After his last general manager didn't get along with coach Chuck Pagano, Colts owner Jim Irsay wants everyone to know everything is hunky-dory to start this offseason.
Can A.J. Bouye further Tennessee's rise? Will Eddie Lacy be the Pats' new LeGarrette Blount? How would Calais Campbell look in silver and black? Gregg Rosenthal has a fun move for each AFC team.
Gregg Rosenthal eyes 30 AFC players who look like candidates for release, from Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles to more surprising names like Jets WR Brandon Marshall and Bills RB LeSean McCoy.
Colts LB Antonio Morrison only totaled 43 tackles on the season, but he was drafted in the 4th round out of Florida because of his speed and sideline to sideline ability. That was demonstrated by his average distance to tackle (18.2 yards), which ranked 3rd among all inside linebackers during the ...
Colts FS T.J. Green was heralded in the pre-draft process for his elite speed. Green finished 9th among all safeties (and 8th among all FS) in largest average distance to tackle at 22.6 yards (minimum 40 tackles), demonstrating his ability to show off his range. Green's wheels were on display in ...
The potential for greatness oozes off Moncrief ... he has scored a combined 13 touchdowns over the last two seasons despite missing seven games due to injuries. Just 23, the Ole Miss product could be on the verge of his best season in the stat sheets. It doesn't hurt that he'll continue to catch ...
The Jags and Titans each snagged a stud in last year's draft, but which team had the superior rookie class? Conor Orr has AFC South draft grades (and offseason guides).
First-round draft picks Jared Goff, Corey Coleman and Josh Doctson struggled to stay on the field in Year 1. Bucky Brooks and Conor Orr list the 10 most underwhelming rookie classes in 2016.
Three quarterbacks in the first 13 picks and a couple of surprise top-10 selections cause some talented players to drop in Chad Reuter's four-round mock draft.
Jim Irsay has found the Colts' new general manager. Indianapolis has hired Chris Ballard away from the Chiefs to replace Ryan Grigson in the front office, the team announced Sunday.
The Colts parted ways with LB D'Qwell Jackson on Thursday. "We are grateful for all of his contributions to the organization and wish him the best," Chuck Pagano said in a statement.