Colts' Clips

Information about the Indianapolis Colts from around the Web

Oct. 9

1. Mike Chappell of theindychannel.com writes about Colts owner Jim Irsay’s six-game NFL suspension coming to an end after Thursday night’s game. Colts’ Irsay’s six-game suspension nearing an end

Oct. 8

1. Mike Wells of ESPN.com reminds Texans running back Arian Foster has enjoyed his share of success against the Colts. Running back Arian Foster has dominated the Colts in the past

Oct. 7

1. Chase Stuart of The New York Times analyzes how the Colts and Giants have shrugged off 0-2 starts. Colts and Giants Erase Memories of 0-2 Starts

2. Dana Hunsinger Benbow of The Indianapolis Star shares some fun questions and answers involving the homework for Colts quarterback Matt Hasselbeck’s three children. Are the Colts the nerdiest … err … smartest … team in NFL?

Oct. 5

1. Bob Kravitz of WTHR.com says the Colts beat the Baltimore Ravens thanks to defense. Despite errors, Colts bailed out by the defense

Oct. 4

1. Jim Corbett of USA TODAY Sports revisits the Colts’ decision to take two tight ends after drafting Andrew Luck. Andrew Luck is the beneficiary of Colts’ 2012 tight end draft strategy

Oct. 3

1. Jim Corbett of USA TODAY Sports writes about Reggie Wayne’s return from a serious knee injury in 2013. Colts’ Reggie Wayne says 2013 knee injury ‘was a blessing’

Oct. 2

1. Conrad Brunner of 1070thefan.com joins NFL and NBA rehabs with the Colts’ Robert Mathis and Pacers’ Paul George both walking around in boots. Boot brothers Mathis, George try coaching

Sept. 26

1. Larry Hawley of fox59.com says tight end Jack Doyle has made himself worthy by doing just about anything. Jack of all trades Doyle helps Colts with versatility

Sept. 21

1. Reggie Hayes of The News-Sentinel in Fort Wayne writes about Colts cornerback Darius Butler, a Sunshine State native, having a history of success against Jacksonville. Colts spotlight: Butler ready to return to Jacksonville

Sept. 20

1. Conrad Brunner of 1070thefan.com says the Colts are still trying to figure out what they are on offense. Colts still searching for offensive identity

2. Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post writes about the Giants, Colts, Saints starting 0-2 and asks which teams are what a winless record suggests. Giants, Colts, Saints off to awful start: Who's actually that bad?

Sept. 19

1. Conrad Brunner of 1070thefan.com says a year after Trent Richardson trade, he's been a bust. A year later, Richardson trade a bust

2. Mike Wells of ESPN.com writes about how Colts WR Hakeem Nicks considers RB Ahmad Bradshaw is a rare talent. Nicks: Bradshaw a different breed

3. Mike Chappell of theindychannel.com ranks the Colts 16th in his latest NFL power rankings. Mike Chappell's NFL Power Rankings

Sept. 18

1. Neil Greenberg of The Washington Post writes that the Colts can still win nine games despite losing their first two. Despite an 0-2 start, expect the Colts to win nine games this year

2. Bob Kravitz of wthr.com writes Colts don't have much hope if they can't generate a pass rush Sunday. If Indy can't rush the passer in Jacksonville, all hope is lost

3. Mike Chappell of theindychannel.com suggest Colts have two No. 1 running backs in Trent Richardson, Ahmad Bradshaw. Richardson, Bradshaw one-two, or 'one-one' punch

Sept. 17

1. Kevin Bowen of Colts.com writes about five Colts on the ballot for the 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame. Five Former Colts Among 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame Nominees

2. Fox Sports wrote a story shared through The New York Post about a bettor who lost $100,000 when the Colts fell to Philadelphia. Bettor loses $100K perfect parlay on Colts meltdown

3. Conrad Brunner of 1070thefan.com wonders if the Colts are indeed in trouble after 0-2 start. Are Colts in trouble?

Sept. 16

1. Bob Kravitz of wthr.com blames head coach Chuck Pagano, offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton for Monday loss to Eagles. This one's on Pagano, Hamilton

2. Eric Edholm of YAHOO!SPORTS writes the Colts lost Monday, in part, because they didn't give Andrew Luck enough of a chance to win it late. Refs, yes, and Sproles - but Colts killed selves by taking ball from Luck late

Sept. 14

1. Larry Hawley of Fox59.com writes about how not having Robert Mathis around is a change for wide receiver Reggie Wayne. Not having Robert Mathis around a change for Colts' Reggie Wayne

Sept. 10

1. Conrad Brunner of 1070thefan.com examines the Colts' offensive performance in the red zone and on third down in the opening loss at Denver. By the numbers, red zone, 3rd down

2. Mike Wells of ESPN.com interviews an injury expert on the Robert Mathis injury and is told the older an athlete is, the harder it is to return. Injury expert on Robert Mathis' return

Sept. 9

1. Conrad Brunner of 1070thefan.com looks into the Colts' history of slow starts, including Andrew Luck trailing by double digits in 15 of 36 career starts. Who's to blame for Colts' slow starts?

Sept. 8

1. Bob Kravitz of WTHR.com says there isn't a "next man up" after Colts lost Pro Bowl pass rusher Robert Mathis to an Achilles injury. Replacing the irreplaceable Mathis: There is no 'next man up' this time

Sept. 4

1. Conrad Brunner of 1070thefan.com suggests no Wes Welker could mean more of Indiana wide receiver Cody Latimer for the Broncos against the Colts. Sans Welker, Manning may turn to Latimer

Sept. 2

1. Mike Wells of ESPN.com says Jim Irsay's suspension affects him more than the team. Suspension hurts Jim Irsay more than the Colts

2. Jarrett Bell of USA TODAY Sports thinks the NFL's suspension of Colts owner Jim Irsay was light. Jim Irsay's suspension didn't meet NFL's higher standard for owners

3. Mike Klis of the Denver Post writes that Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker was "shocked" by his four-game suspension. Wes Welker: 'I'm as shocked as everyone' by four-game suspension

Sept. 1

1. Kyle Montgomery of SB Nation's Mile High Report says Denver's pass rush is fired up to face the Colts' shuffled offensive line. Colts offensive line wounded; Broncos defense lickings its chops

Aug. 31

1. Conrad Brunner wrote a story on Andrew Luck for NUVO that shows his personality and numerous interests. Andrew Luck conquers all!

2. Woody Paige of the Denver Post thinks the Broncos will stampede the Colts Sunday night. Broncos won't just beat Colts, they'll rout them

Aug. 29

1. Mike Wells of ESPN.com reminds the Colts' O-line concerns are still an issue, and if anything, it's worse now. The Colts' offensive line is officially a mess

Aug. 28

1. Paul Daugherty of the Cincinnati Enquirer says tonight's fourth preseason game between the Colts and Bengals is all about NFL greed. Fake game 4 evidence of NFL greed

2. Reggie Hayes of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel lists five Colts players on the bubble with final roster cuts looming. Five notable players on Colts roster bubble

Aug. 27

1. Mike Wells of ESPN suggests the Colts should take a chance on free-agent offensive guard Richie Incognito. Colts should go after Richie Incognito

2. Tom Pelissero of USATODAY.com wonders if Colts GM Ryan Grigson has given QB Andrew Luck enough help. Colts need more than Luck to make NFL title run

3. Kevin Bowen of Colts.com covers Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk’s return to Indy for the Colts Kickoff Luncheon. Marshall Faulk hosts Colts Kickoff Luncheon

Aug. 26

1. Mike Marot of Associated Press shares the Colts’ plan for suspended OLB Robert Mathis. Colts have plan in place for Mathis suspension

Aug. 20

1. Mike Wells of ESPN.com says Colts have hard choice to make on pass catchers. Colts could face tough decisions at WR

2. Doug Farrar of SI.com calls the Colts "vulnerable" but team to beat in AFC South. AFC South preview: Vulnerable Colts still have the upper hand

Aug. 18

1. Erik Lambert of SI.com’s Fansided isn’t a fan of Colts running back Trent Richardson. Time for Indianapolis Colts to Admit Trent Richardson Mistake

2. Kyle Rodriguez of Bleacher Report offers his analysis on the Colts through two exhibition games. Indianapolis Colts: What We’ve Learned Through Week 2 of the Preseason

3. Kevin Patra of NFL.com reports on former Colts fan favorite Antoine Bethea being sidelined Sunday by a head injury. Niners’ Antoine Bethea suffers concussion vs. Broncos