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Looking ahead (Part IV)...

What a difference a few days makes.  After my last post, the Colts made me a happy fan by releasing LaRon Landry.  I must admit, I was totally blindsided by this move; given the fact that he was a “Colts guy” and the dead money that the Colts have cutting him ($3.5m in 2015, $1.75m in 2016), I never imagined that Grigson would do it.   2,088 more words

Roster Moves

Colts release LaRon Landry, waive Andrew Jackson, Xavier Nixon

On a sleepy Wednesday in one of the quiet points of the NFL offseason, the Colts shook up their roster.

The club announced the release… 180 more words

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Colts Should Cut These Men To Save Salary Cap Space

As we sit just a little over a month left before free agency begins the talk about where teams can save money has come to the forefront. 701 more words

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Looking ahead (part two)...

In my previous post, I called out the Colts front office and coaching staff for not providing adequate talent around Andrew Luck to metamorphose the Indianapolis Colts into the AFC’s dominant team.   1,607 more words

Roster Moves

Colts build 24-13 cushion vs. Denver

The Colts are trying to hold on in Denver.

Broncos kicker Connor Barth’s 41-yard field goal cut the Colts’ lead to 21-13 with 13:50 left in regulation at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. 88 more words

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Broncos strike first vs. Colts

The Broncos have gotten the jump on Indianapolis.

Peyton Manning’s one-yard TD pass to Demaryius Thomas gave host Denver a 7-0 lead exactly five minutes into Sunday’s game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. 60 more words

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Scot can save us: Ranking the last 10 Redskins drafts from first to worst to show how helpful McCloughan will be

The Washington Redskins have hired former 49ers and Seahawks front office member/football mastermind Scot McCloughan to be their new General Manager, and are reportedly going to give the revered talent evaluator complete control and allow him to build the roster the way he wants. 2,700 more words