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Nobody on the Colts expected the change in defensive schemes under new coach Chuck Pagano to come without a few bumps just not this many this quickly. Over the past two weeks, Indianapolis' linebacker corps has taken three big hits...Edds, who
The Indianapolis Colts are saying goodbye to a lot more than just Peyton Manning. The team announced sweeping cuts on Friday, releasing running back Joseph Addai, linebacker Gary Brackett, defensive back Melvin Bullitt, tight end
Adam Schefter that the Colts are now fielding telephone calls from teams interested in trading for another perennial Pro Bowler, this one on the defensive end: Dwight Freeney. Share This Story Similar to the Manning situation, the Colts do not
Written by Filed Under The Basket of Hope that Evan Meade received two years ago as a leukemia patient at Riley Hospital for Children just keeps giving. One morning after an assistant to then-Indianapolis Colts coach Jim Caldwell delivered the
Patty Meade will never forget the day her son, Evan, was diagnosed with leukemia in January 2010. "It immediately shatters your heart," said Meade, 46, Franklin. "You get through the childhood years and everything is fine. Then for Evan to be
The last letter of MVP, after all, stands for "Player," as in someone who actually takes part in the game. But go ahead, try and name someone — anyone — more valuable to his team than Peyton Manning. He's already the league's
AP Sports Writer AP Photo/AJ Mast Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Steve Breaston, right, scores a touchdown as he's hit by Indianapolis Colts defensive back Terrence Johnson in the second quarter of an NFL football game in Indianapolis, Sunday, Oct.
AP Sports Writer AP Photo/Michael Conroy Indianapolis Colts head coach Jim Caldwell, right, talks with linebacker Gary Brackett as the NFL football team practiced in Indianapolis, Monday, Sept. 26, 2011. Sure are a lot of star NFL players down for
Colts linebacker Pat Angerer wasn't exactly thrilled with his career-high 20 tackles against Pittsburgh this past Sunday. "I probably wouldn't have had as many tackles if we would have gotten off the field on third down," he said.
In this Sunday, Sept. 25, 2011, file photo, Indianapolis Colts linebacker Pat Angerer (51) tackles Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (7) during the fourth quarter of an NFL football game, in Indianapolis. The Colts drafted Angerer to