CBSSports.com "The NFL might not be that far away from having its first full-time female official on the field. And when -- not if -- it happens, look to 2014 as the year and look to Sarah Thomas as the zebra breaking ground. Thomas, 39, became the first female to ever officiate an NCAA football game in 2007..." June 17
Indianapolis Star "Bjoern Werner didn’t always have his current command of English but his football fluency was evident from the first snap. He has always “played up.” In the German system of American football youth ages 12-14 play flag football. Not Werner; he jumped to the tackle version as a contact-craving..." June 15
Indianapolis Star "Status quo isn’t part of the vocabulary of Colts general manager Ryan Grigson. Despite an 11-5 record and an AFC wild-card playoff berth, Grigson has overhauled the team. As the Colts’ offseason work concluded Thursday in their indoor facility, Grigson addressed what remains a work in..." June 14
New York Post "Everyone inside the Giants organization has great regard for Ahmad Bradshaw, a maximum-effort player during his six seasons with the team. Bradshaw now brings that grit to the Colts, who Tuesday signed the tough-minded running back to a one-year deal. Bradshaw, a 2007 seventh-round draft pick,..." June 12
Indianapolis Star "The Indianapolis Colts finally got their man. The team has agreed to a one-year contract with former New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw, according to general manager Ryan Grigson. Terms of the deal were not immediately known. Negotiations with Bradshaw, 27, began shortly after he..." June 11
New York Daily News "When the NFL invades Broadway this winter, the term “Great White Way” will take on a whole new meaning. The Daily News exclusively obtained details and artist renderings of some of the major plans the NFL has for “Super Bowl Boulevard” — a football-themed extravaganza between 34th and 44th..." June 11
Stop me if you've heard this before. #colts and Ahmad Bradshaw still trying to get it done. 'Heavy negotiations' to resolve things.
Colts and RB Ahmad Bradshaw agreed to one-year deal.
Update on a situation from the weekend: I'm told #Colts still in "heavy negotiations" with RB Ahmad Bradshaw. Easy to see how he'd help them
Indianapolis Star "The Indianapolis Colts’ pursuit of Ahmad Bradshaw continued today with no resolution. Negotiations between the team and former New York Giants running back went on throughout the day without a deal in place, according to a person with knowledge of the situation. Bradshaw first visited the Colts..." June 08
Talks between Ahmad Bradshaw & Colts have reached stalemate, source says. Contract described earlier as close to done now may not be.
Indianapolis Star "So, the Colts are entertaining Ahmad Bradshaw today at their Northwestside complex. That begs two questions: – Do they have serious interest in the former New York Giants running back? – Or are they simply kicking the tires of a veteran in case the need arises at the position down the..." June 06
Ahmad Bradshaw is visiting the Colts today.
NFL.com "With both London games already sold out this season, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has visions of expanding the league's overseas schedule in the future. Speaking at a New York University conference Tuesday, Goodell revealed that the NFL is planning to add a third London game each year. In..." June 05
NFL.com "His body dropped into the backseat of an open-cockpit Indy car -- the one about to be driven by racing legend Mario Andretti -- as crew members on each side of him strapped seat belts over his shoulders, toward his waist. It hadn't been long since Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano beat..." June 03
Indianapolis Star "Occasionally, Adam Vinatieri finds himself serenaded in his little slice of the Indianapolis Colts locker room by the bass-heavy, reverberating sounds emanating from a younger teammate’s cubicle. Most of the time, he tolerates the auditory assault, even though he would prefer some Dave Matthews..." June 01
Stampede Blue "Veteran quarterback Matt Hasselbeck has worked with many great QBs over his 15-year career, including eventual Hall of Famer Brett Favre in Green Bay. It's safe to say that Hasselbeck - who has himself carved out an impressive career as a signal caller - know greatness when he sees..." May 30
CSN Washington "The Redskins have hired Larry Coyer as an advance scout and Aubrey Pleasant as an offensive assistant, the team announced Wednesday morning. Coyer has 47 years of coaching experience in the college and pros, most recently serving as the Colts’ defensive coordinator from 2009-11. The..." May 30
NFL.com "The NFL Draft is moving two weeks later than usual, at least for 2014. The league announced Tuesday that the 2014 NFL Draft will be held at Radio City Music Hall on May 8 to 10. The league also was considering moving the draft to May 15 to 17 because of scheduling issues at Radio City Music..." May 28
Colts tried out tight end Dante Rosario on Thursday, per a league source
Indianapolis Star "For someone who already had accomplished so much in such a short period of time, Andrew Luck found himself in unexplored territory this afternoon. So, that’s what OTAs are all about. “I missed these last year,” the Indianapolis Colts’ second-year quarterback said after today’s organized team..." May 23
ESPN.com "Cutting two games off the preseason -- either by expanding the playoffs or moving to an 18-game schedule -- is still being discussed, commissioner Roger Goodell said Tuesday at the NFL's spring owners meetings in Boston. He said all "[options] are on the table." "As I have said before, I..." May 23
Akron Beacon Journal "Jimmy Haslam, whose purchase of the Browns was unanimously approved in October, apologized to fellow NFL owners for the negative attention an ongoing federal investigation targeting his family business, Pilot Flying J, has brought upon the league, Jarrett Bell of USA Today reported. Since the..." May 23
NFL.com "The NFL draft provides football fans with a peek into the exhilaration that comes with entering the league. Far less publicized is a player's exit from the game, which carries its own emotional weight. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said at the NFL Spring Meeting in Boston that he had met with..." May 22
Indianapolis Star "Andrew Luck is going to get his. But until the Indianapolis Colts’ newest cornerstone is able to truly cash in as one of the NFL’s rising stars — perhaps not until after the 2016 season — the team will reap the benefits of having its franchise quarterback playing under a contract governed by..." May 18
San Diego Union-Tribune "What becomes of Dwight Freeney's visit with the Chargers, it is too early to tell. But it will span a second day. Freeney landed in San Diego on Wednesday and took a physical for the team. He will stay overnight as his visit carries over into Thursday. The former Colts defensive end is..." May 16
Having lost lost Melvin Ingram to a torn ACL, Chargers are bringing DE/LB Dwight Freeney to San Diego on Weds for visit.
Former Colts tackle Winston Justice scheduled to arrive in San Diego today for visit with Chargers.
From Total Access: Expect Dwight Freeney to start taking visits next week. I'm told 4-5 teams interested as his market heats up.
Indianapolis Star "At first glance, coach Chuck Pagano saw nothing wrong with Bjoern Werner. The Colts’ first-round draft pick was among 37 players who participated in the opening day of rookie minicamp Friday. So far, so good. In fact, the Florida State outside linebacker exceeded expectations. “He’s got..." May 11
Indianapolis Star "MickeyRay’s was buzzing April 26. It was a Friday evening and there was the normal waiting list to get into the popular Boise, Idaho, barbecue joint. In the reserved banquet room in the back, the Thornton clan was gathered, about 70 strong. It was the second night of the NFL draft and the..." May 10
ESPN.com "It seems to me some Indianapolis Colts fans are reacting more strongly to the team dealing away center A.Q. Shipley than I believe is warranted. Yes, Shipley was better in his five starts last season than Samson Satele was. Satele got a three-year, $10.8 million deal from the Colts last..." May 09
Baltimore Sun "Looking to add some competition for Gino Gradkowski and more versatility along the offensive line, the Ravens agreed to send a conditional 2014 draft pick today to the Indianapolis Colts for center A.Q. Shipley, both teams announced. The trade will become official when Shipley passes a..." May 09
Indianapolis Star "The signing of nine undrafted rookie free agents meant the Indianapolis Colts had to release three players Tuesday — running back Alvester Alexander, fullback Robert Hughes and linebacker Shawn Loiseau. NFL rules mandate rosters be at 90 players, including the rookie class and undrafted free..." May 01
Indianapolis Star "Terrence Wilkins had three lives with the Indianapolis Colts as a kickoff/punt returner. And the undrafted specialist out of Virginia used them well. The Colts’ record books tell the story how Wilkins made the most of three stints with the Colts, from 1999 to 2001, in 2003 and in 2006. He’s the..." May 01
Indianapolis Star "The trending question from Wednesday’s Indianapolis Colts locker room was expected in the wake of the NBA’s Jason Collins becoming the first male athlete from a major sport to reveal he is gay. What would the Colts think about having a gay teammate? Several Colts said they wouldn’t be bothered..." May 01
Indianapolis Star "Reggie Wayne relaxed in front of his locker room cubicle, occasionally dabbing at perspiration on his face from the Indianapolis Colts’ latest offseason work. He held a couple of sheets of paper in his hand. His eyes scanned the list of names, and he pointed to this one (Jerry Rice), that one..." May 01
Former Colts and Eagles OT Winston Justice is scheduled to work out for the Dolphins on Wednesday.
Rotoworld.com "Bills acquired OLB Jerry Hughes from the Colts in exchange for ILB Kelvin Sheppard. Ex-Colts GM Bill Polian's first-round picks from 2005 through 2010: DB Marlin Jackson, RB Joseph Addai, WR Anthony Gonzalez, RB Donald Brown, and OLB Hughes. Three are out of the league. Only Brown is still on the..." April 29
ESPN.com "The owner and punter of the Indianapolis Colts are pledging reward money as authorities search for a hit-and-run driver who killed an elderly woman. From the team: Indianapolis Colts Owner & CEO Jim Irsay has pledged $10,000 and punter Pat McAfee has added $5,000 to the reward, which is..." April 29
Indianapolis Star "The Indianapolis Colts shipped underachieving outside linebacker Jerry Hughes to Buffalo on Monday for linebacker Kelvin Sheppard. “We wish nothing but the best for Jerry in Buffalo,” Colts general manager Ryan Grigson said in a press release. “He’s a talented guy that did everything we asked..." April 29
CBSSports.com "With the final pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts selected South Carolina tight end Justice Cunningham. The selection brings more than the pride of being drafted but also the title of Mr. Irrelevant, an "honor" created by USC's Paul Salata in 1976. The 86-year-old Salata, who..." April 28
Indianapolis Star "Indianapolis Colts general manager Ryan Grigson smiled before he said the words. He knew what his intriguing alliteration meant for when the team opens training camp at Anderson University next summer. “We have a lot of capable players, but just like coach (Chuck Pagano) and I (have said)..." April 27
Indianapolis Star "The connection was immediate. Coach Chuck Pagano was looking for the Indianapolis Colts’ next pass-rush threat, perhaps the player to replace Dwight Freeney. He was on the campus of Florida State University, working out Seminoles’ defensive end Bjoern Werner. Click. “I just connected with..." April 26
Indianapolis Star "The Indianapolis Colts are scheduled to be on the clock with the 24th overall selection in tonight’s NFL draft. Everything else, as is often said in this process, is guesswork. It’s quite possible Colts general manager Ryan Grigson decides to trade down to gain a pick because the team..." April 25
Indianapolis Star "Admit it. You don’t remember this guy. That’s because he had one good game in his rather brief NFL career. Three interceptions against New Orleans in 1986, and the Indianapolis Colts still lost. It’s a well-shared franchise record for a single game, accomplished nine other times. Even the one..." April 22
CBSSports.com "Because they do the on-location television coverage for the draft, the analysts who work for ESPN and NFL Network will know in advance who's being taken in the 2013 NFL Draft. But this year, those folks aren't going to spoil the picks on Twitter. Instead, they will "speculate" on who might be..." April 22
Indianapolis Star "Andrew Luck’s second season as the Indianapolis Colts quarterback/catalyst involves lofty aspirations and a critical eye. The collective goal? “We’d love to win a championship,” Luck said Wednesday afternoon, perspiration streaming down his face following a workout. The individual..." April 18
Indianapolis Star "Pat Angerer knows the drill. Take it slow. Don’t push it. It’s not the Indianapolis Colts linebacker’s first rehab from surgery on his right foot. An August procedure to insert one screw didn’t do the trick, which meant a January surgery to add another screw. So the 2011 tackle leader, who..." April 18
Indianapolis Star "At first glance, and a quick one at that between tweets, the Colts’ road ahead for the 2013 NFL season doesn’t seem so tough, does it? That’s not the way to think, of course. Once you get confident or cocky, that’s when humble pie is served. Big slice. Humungous. But seriously, how do you..." April 18