No looking back for Colts as Jets loom ahead
Turning the page. That’s the Indianapolis Colts’ mantra heading into Sunday’s road game with the New York Jets.
Colts refuse to quit against Packers
Trailing 21-3 at halftime to the Green Bay Packers, the Indianapolis Colts staged one of the most impressive — and improbable — comebacks in franchise history en route to a 30-27 victory Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
No doubt about it: This one was for Pagano
Indianapolis Colts players might have been battling their emotions as much as the Green Bay Packers during the first half of Sunday's 30-27 victory.
Saturday feeling strange about returning to Indy with Packers
The parade of former Indianapolis Colts players and coaches continues today when the Green Bay Packers take the field at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Wayne, Pagano have history
There’s probably nobody closer on the Indianapolis Colts roster, in terms of having an extended history, with coach Chuck Pagano than wide receiver Reggie Wayne.
Colts hoping to rally in Pagano's absence
The Indianapolis Colts players and coaches would love to win Sunday’s home game with the Green Bay Packers for coach Chuck Pagano, who has taken a leave of absence after being diagnosed with leukemia last week.
Colts Bulletin: Pagano in hospital since Wednesday’s leukemia diagnosis
The news coming from the Indianapolis Colts West 56th Street offices this morning was, to say the least, stunning.
Colts coach Pagano diagnosed with leukemia
Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano has been diagnosed with leukemia and could miss at least Sunday’s game against Green Bay.
Colts enjoy bye week to rest, reflect on start of new era
A time for a bit of reflection and some extra time to heal up. That’s how the Indianapolis Colts hoped to use the bye week. Indianapolis was one of two National Football League teams, along with Pittsburgh, to have an early week off to the season.
Pagano gives Colts 4 days off
With a bye this weekend, the Indianapolis Colts went through a short week of practice before taking a long four-day weekend.
Indianapolis coach Chuck Pagano put the Colts through workouts Tuesday and Wednesday before allowing the team to scatter across the country.
Players are due back Sunday evening as Pagano and his coaching staff hope to hit the ground running heading into Indianapolis’ Oct. 7 home game with Green Bay.
Knee injury puts Colts' Collie down for rest of season
The news for wide receiver Austin Collie wasn’t good Monday.
Colts receiver Collie will miss season with knee injury
Indianapolis Colts receiver Austin Collie will miss the rest of the season with a ruptured patellar tendon in his right knee.
Wide receiver Avery starting to feel at home with Colts
Count Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano and offensive coordinator Bruce Arians as two of Donnie Avery’s biggest supporters.
The Colts’ wide receiver, who has struggled with knee issues the last two seasons after being the first receiver selected in the 2008 NFL draft, opened a lot of eyes in last Sunday’s 23-20 win over the Minnesota Vikings.
Avery hauled in nine passes for 111 yards in the victory, his first big performance since joining the team as an unrestricted free agent last March.
'Know when to fold 'em,' Colts coaches tell rookie Luck
As impressive as Indianapolis Colts rookie quarterback Andrew Luck has been during the preseason and through the first two games of the regular season, there’s one area of his game that is still developing.
While coach Chuck Pagano and offensive coordinator Bruce Arians appreciate Luck’s ability to move around in the pocket and extend plays, or being able to scramble for first downs to keep offensive drives alive, knowing when to go down or when to throw the ball away is crucial.
Colts look to stop top back
The Indianapolis Colts get to face an old friend Sunday when Jacksonville visits Lucas Oil Stadium.
No, it’s not an ex-player.
Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew, however, is a familiar adversary after becoming a major thorn in the side of the Indianapolis defense since entering the league in 2006.
Older guys had it all worked out for Colts
The old men of the locker room.
That’s how placekicker Adam Vinatieri, 39, and wide receiver Reggie Wayne, 33, view themselves as the Indianapolis Colts’ makeover their roster. But it was Vinatieri and Wayne who were largely responsible for the Colts’ 23-20 last-second win over Minnesota on Sunday.
Colts learn their lesson well in 23-20 win over Vikings
A learning experience. That’s how Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano described Sunday’s 23-20 win over the Minnesota Vikings in the team’s regular-season home opener at Lucas Oil Stadium.
FROM THE PRESS BOX: Twists and turns, but Luck passes eye test
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck made his much anticipated Lucas Oil Stadium debut Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.
Colts to be without Freeney, maybe Collie, vs. Vikings
Outside linebacker Dwight Freeney won’t be playing Sunday when the Indianapolis Colts face off against the Minnesota Vikings at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Pagano, Colts sticking with offensive line starters at this point
Despite an inconsistent performance in last Sunday’s 41-21 season-opening loss to Chicago, Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano isn’t ready to start making wholesale changes to the team’s offensive line.
That means that the same five starters — left offensive tackle Anthony Castanzo, left offensive guard Seth Olsen, center Samson Satele, right offensive guard Mike McGlynn and right offensive tackle Winston Justice — are expected in the lineup Sunday when the Colts face off against the Minnesota Vikings.
Pagano staying positive after Week 1 struggles vs. Bears
With the Indianapolis Colts heading into Sunday’s regular-season home opener with Minnesota, first-year coach Chuck Pagano is keeping things positive this week.
QB protection becomes issue No. 1 as Colts move forward
Pass protection remain an issue for the Indianapolis Colts heading into Sunday's home opener with the Minnesota Vikings.
Collie hopeful to play Sunday in Chicago
Austin Collie wants to play Sunday when the Indianapolis Colts begin the 2012 National Football League season in Chicago.
Luck ready to lead Colts in his NFL debut against Bears
Andrew Luck says that he’s ready to face the Chicago Bears’ vaunted defense.
Of course, the Indianapolis Colts’ rookie quarterback understands that there’s a big difference between being ready to play and actually playing well. But that’s his objective heading into Sunday’s regular-season opener at Solider Field (1 p.m., CBS Sports).
Colts clear Collie to play against Bears
Austin Collie has been given a green light to play Sunday against the Chicago Bears.
Veteran snapper Snow among those let go
The Indianapolis Colts trimmed the roster down to 53 players Friday afternoon but it wasn’t easy and it certainly wasn’t pleasant.
Colts come from behind to get Bengals in preseason finale
The Indianapolis Colts wrapped up the 2012 preseason with a come-from-behind 20-16 win over the Cincinnati Bengals Thursday night at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Pagano, Colts looking for diamonds in the rough in preseason finale
For 22 players currently on the Indianapolis Colts roster, tonight’s preseason game with the Cincinnati Bengals could very well be the first time that many of them will be playing in a National Football League game.
Colts could be on hunt for other team’s castoffs
“In the catbird’s seat.”
According to Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano, that’s exactly where the franchise will find itself as NFL teams make their final roster cuts this weekend.
After posting a 2-14 record a year ago (and winning a coin flip with the St. Louis Rams), the Colts had the first pick in last April’s NFL draft.
Colts trade pick for Dolphins cornerback
Ryan Grigson has struck again.
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