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Questions the Colts still have to answer

With mandatory mini-camp going on right now, the Colts have everyone on the field working out. But there are still questions that need to be answered. The Colts have everyone back for mandatory mini-camp this week. They have everyone back to workout and try to get better here in the offseason. But while everyone is […] Questions the Colts still have to answer - Horseshoe Heroes - Horseshoe Heroes - An Indianapolis Colts Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Brett Mock

Way too early prediction of the Colts 2019 Roster: Summer Break Edition

The 2019 NFL season is still in its infancy and things have started to pick up steam for the Indianapolis Colts. General Manager Chris Ballard has started rolling out the second phase of his “homegrown player” initiative. In this phase, he has handed out lucrative contract extensions to players like Kenny Moore, Rigoberto Sanchez, Luke Rhodes and Pierre Desir. There is reason to believe that Ballard may not be done massaging the salary cap he carefully built up and locking down key...

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Colts’ Andrew Luck expecting first child

On this Father’s Day, the Colts will have a player on their team become a new member of the father’s club, Andrew Luck. Father’s Day, like Mother’s Day, is a great time to celebrate all of the dads out there and what they have done for all of us. There will be a new father […] Colts’ Andrew Luck expecting first child - Horseshoe Heroes - Horseshoe Heroes - An Indianapolis Colts Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Four Things to Look Forward to in the Colts’ 2019 Season

4. Ballard’s New Draft Class In April of 2018, the Indianapolis Colts had one of their best drafts since 1998 (when they acquired the greatest quarterback of all time). Led by General Manager Chris Ballard, the Colts added significant talent to both sides of the ball and ended the season with a wild card playoff win sitting at the top of the AFC South. The 2019 NFL Draft brought in a whole new batch of young blood to add to the Colts’ already impressive roster. The 2019 Draft Class is as...

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Two Colts Earn NFL ‘All-Analytics Team’ Honors

According to NFL.com’s Cynthia Frelund, two Indianapolis Colts made her ‘All-Analytics Team,’ offensive guard Quenton Nelson and linebacker Darius Leonard: Left guard: Quenton Nelson, Indianapolis Colts. Let’s talk more about preventing opponents from limiting rushing yards. When evaluating O-line play, it’s impossible to know which play a coach has called and, thus, who was assigned to do what. But I can use computer vision to measure how many rushing yards were earned in areas...

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Brett Mock

Colts News: Colts send message in extending CB Kenny Moore

Indianapolis Colts send a message in extending CB Kenny Moore
The team had two more seasons of control for the slot corner but still sought to lock him up

Holder: Breaking down the many factors behind Kenny Moore’s contract extension with the Colts – The Athletic
The Colts are bucking the NFL trend and are not being influenced by what other teams are doing.

Colts Sign Kenny Moore To Four-Year Contract Extension | 1070 the Fan

On Thursday, the Colts signed Kenny Moore to a 4-year contract...

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Luke Schultheis

Colts Sign Obum Gwacham; Waive DT Chunky Clements

The Indianapolis Colts announced on Thursday that the team signed defensive end Obum Gwacham and waived defensive tackle Chunky Clements in a corresponding roster move.

Gwacham was one of nine tryout players the Colts had in their mandatory team minicamp this week.

Originally a 6th round pick of the Seattle Seahawks in the 2015 NFL Draft, the 6’5”, 246 pound pass rusher has 10 tackles, 2.5 sacks, and a forced fumble in 15 career games—having also spent time with the New Orleans...

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Source: Colts make Moore highest-paid slot CB

Kenny Moore, whose three INTs for the Colts while lined up in the slot were tied for first in the NFL last season, will become the league's highest-paid slot cornerback, a source told ESPN.

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Source: Colts sign CB Moore to 4-year extension

Kenny Moore, whose three interceptions while lined up in the slot were tied for first in the NFL last season, has reached a four-year extension with the Colts, a source told ESPN.

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Colts, CB Kenny Moore agree to four-year extension

The Colts and cornerback Kenny Moore have agreed to terms on a four-year extension, a source tells Ian Rapoport of NFL.com (on Twitter). The deal will make him the highest paid slot cornerback in NFL history in terms of new money. Exact terms of the deal are not yet known. Before the add-on, Moore had one year remaining on his contract. The Colts also had the option of keeping Moore via the restricted free agency tag beyond 2019, but the new deal will provide the Colts with long-term cost...

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Chris Blystone

Colts re-sign CB Kenny Moore to 4-year deal

Chris Ballard has a very specific vision for the Colts in both the long and short term. He has spoken since his arrival about building through the draft and developing the players you have. There is simply no way to have sustainable success in the NFL without regularly finding success doing these two things.

While pundits have perennially labeled the Colts as a prime destination for nearly every big-name free agent due to their substantial salary cap space, their actual free agent moves...

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Brett Mock

What to make of Andrew Luck’s calf strain

Just when Colts fans thought the nightmare was over, they find themselves about to head into the break that follows OTAs and Minicamp wondering about the health of franchise quarterback Andrew Luck. The good news? The reported injury is a calf strain and the team has consistently indicated that holding Luck out of practices is simply a precautionary measure.

Thankfully, his shoulder is not the issue.

Unfortunately, the stale taste in the mouths of Colts faithful after unfulfilled promises...

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Luke Schultheis

Colts Minicamp Day 2 Review

The Indianapolis Colts concluded their second day of mandatory team minicamp, and here are some of the latest key developments from Wednesday:

Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images Colts Cornerback Depth Continues to Shine

Okay, Colts fans already know that the Colts have a very talented cornerback group with plenty of potential—especially one to four, with Pierre Desir, Kenny Moore, Quincy Wilson, and Rock Ya-Sin.

However, due to injuries, it’s the cornerbacks outside that quartet...

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Brett Mock

Colts News: Matt Eberflus expecting a more diverse Colts defense in 2019

Matt Eberflus Expecting More Diverse Colts Defense In 2019 | 1070 the Fan

On Wednesday, we heard from Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus for the first time this offseason. What did Eberflus have to say about the Colts defense in 2019?

Colts observations on Mo Alie-Cox, Jacoby Brissett, Parris Campbell, Jalen Collins
Also an uneven day for Jacoby Brissett and a glimpse of what Parris Campbell can do

Colts’ Ben Banogu following Justin Houston’s lead | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –...

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Slow and steady could win the AFC South race for Colts

The Colts are hoping that the stability they've shown this offseason gives them an advantage over division rivals that are currently on a rocky road.

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Andrew Luck: Shoulder woes informing approach to calf injury

Andrew Luck isn’t sweating a calf injury that has limited his work during the Indianapolis Colts’ offseason program. While Luck’s focus is on being ready for training camp, the quarterback noted this week he is leaning on lessons learned from battling a protracted shoulder issue that robbed him of the entire 2017 season to maintain perspective. Coming off an impressive rebound season in 2018 that saw Luck earn NFL Comeback Player of the Year honors, the 29-year-old quarterback is not...

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Luke Schultheis

Key Takeaways from the First Day of Colts Minicamp

The Indianapolis Colts kicked off the first day of their mandatory three-day team minicamp on Tuesday, and here are some key takeaways:

Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images Colts Are Being Cautious with Andrew Luck’s Strained Calf

The Colts are being cautious with franchise player Andrew Luck’s calf strain—and rightfully so, having seen firsthand what the lingering lower leg injury can do if not fully healed, regarding Golden State Warriors superstar Kevin Durant’s critical Game 5...

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Brett Mock

Colts News: Andrew Luck a “no-brainer” to return at start of Training Camp

Andrew Luck A ‘No-Brainer’ To Return At Start Of Training Camp
While a nagging calf injury will result in Andrew Luck missing the entire on-field portion of the offseason workout program, Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich fully believes Luck will be good to go to start training camp.

Andrew Luck misses all of Colts’ offseason work, but will ‘be ready for training camp’ | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – In Andrew Luck’s...

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Luke Schultheis

Colts Reward Luke Rhodes By Making Him the NFL’s Highest Paid Long snapper

The Indianapolis Colts locked up another core special teams player, as the team announced that it signed long snapper Luke Rhodes to an extension—which effectively makes him the highest paid player at his position in all of football:

The #Colts signed Luke Rhodes to a four-year, $4.85 million contract extension that makes him the NFL’s highest-paid long snapper, source said. He gets $1.25 million guaranteed. Nice payday for onetime undrafted rookie.

— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero)...

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Mateo Caliz

Reasons to be cautious about the Colts’ hype

Many fans and experts alike have the Colts as AFC contenders and rightly so, but there are a few reasons to not fully buy into the hype.

I hate being the devils’ advocate, but despite what the media is claiming, I am not sold on the Colts just yet. Don’t get me wrong, the team is heading in the right direction, and will only improve as the young players develop and Ballard can keep adding talented players to the roster. However, the Colts are not there just yet and might need a year or...

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