Team Snapshot
Passing Yards 278.8 6th
Rushing Yards 107.4 20th
Points For 27.1 5th
Points Against 21.5 10th
2018 AFC South Standings
TEAM W L T PCT PF PA
Houston 11 5 0 .688 402 316
Indianapolis 10 6 0 .625 433 344
Tennessee 9 7 0 .563 310 303
Jacksonville 5 11 0 .313 245 316

Injuries

  • CB
    Johnathan Joseph (Neck) is questionable Saturday vs Indianapolis
  • WR
    Demaryius Thomas (Achilles) IR
  • CB
    Kayvon Webster (Thigh) IR
  • T
    Seantrel Henderson (Leg) IR
  • NT
    Brandon Dunn (Ankle) is questionable Saturday vs Indianapolis
  • LB
    Brian Peters (Undisclosed) IR
  • CB
    Kevin Johnson (Concussion) IR
  • RB
    Josh Ferguson (Groin) IR
  • WR
    Will Fuller V (ACL) IR
  • LB
    Brennan Scarlett (Ankle) IR
  • WR
    Keke Coutee (Hamstring) is questionable Saturday vs Indianapolis

Indianapolis Colts News

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  • March 15 at 2:47pm

    Stampede Blue: AAF Week 5 Review

    My apologies that this is a day or two later than I anticipated, I had to be revived after holding my breath waiting for the Colts to make a splash in free agency.

    On Saturday afternoon, March 9th, the Orlando Apollos beat the Birmingham Iron on the road and the final score was 31-14. For the Apollos, QB Garrett Gilbert went 23/35 (65.7%) for 286 yards and 2 TDs, RB De'Veon Smith had 14 carries for 119 yards and WR Charles Johnson had 6 catches for 83 yards and a TD. For the Iron, QB Luis Perez got off to a rough start and was replaced by QB Keith Price, who went 18/29 (62.

  • March 15 at 12:30pm

    Stampede Blue: Free agent prospects who still make sense for the Colts

    The early wave spending spree in 2019 NFL free agency has been something to watch. Superstars have traversed the map to join new teams and perhaps trigger a new era of success, or at least take their franchises to the next level.

    Some of the contracts have been ludicrous, in terms of total value, guaranteed money, and length. It isn't difficult to understand why an NFL general manager who is taking a long-term approach would not feel particularly compelled to get involved in the frenzy.

    If the front office can stay patient and disciplined, some really strong talent will be available at more reasonable prices.

  • March 15 at 9:50am

    Indianapolis Star: NFL mock draft 2019: Colts could double down on receiver, cornerback

    Here are a few things you might not know about Colts cornerback Pierre Desir, who re-signed on a three-year deal. Akeem Glaspie, IndyStar

    With the initial wave of free agency complete, teams may look at their draft needs a bit differently. The Indianapolis Colts re-signed Pierre Desir and added receiver Devin Funchess in the first couple of days of free agency. They did not add a pass rusher, which is another need. Many of these mock drafts have the Colts doubling down on areas they at least started to address.

    Insider: Desir, Funchess drawn to Indy because of belief in Colts

    More: Colts cornerback Kenny Moore nearly doubled his 2018 salary with his play

    Nate Davis of USA TODAY: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU

    Can't ever have enough speed or cover guys on your roster, and corner is an area where Indianapolis can improve even with Pierre Desir returning to the fold.

  • March 15 at 5:46am

    Fansided: Jay Ajayi To Meet With Colts Next Week

    The running back is coming off an ACL tear and missed most of the season in 2018. The 25-year-old running back, still in his prime, will be another key player to add to an offense that needs more weapons for Andrew Luck.

    The sophomore General Manager, Chris Ballard, is looking to build on the success from last year when the Colts went 9-1 after going 1-5 to make it to the Divisional Round. While the biggest turn around was the defense, they could use a stand out running back and one who is a pass catcher also.

  • March 15 at 3:05am

    Indianapolis Star: Insider: Pierre Desir, Devin Funchess drawn to Indy because of belief in Colts

    IndyStar's Joel Erickson emphasizes Pierre Desir's importance to the Indianapolis Colts' defensive backfield. Joel A. Erickson, IndyStar

    INDIANAPOLIS -- The two big splurges of the Colts' quiet week in free agency find themselves at different stages of their NFL careers.

    Overlooked for so long, Pierre Desir finally realized his potential and has a home. His contract carries some security after years of fighting for his career in training camp, knowing a team might decide to put him on the move again.

    Devin Funchess, on the other hand, is leaving the only NFL team he's ever known.

  • March 14 at 11:14pm

    Fansided: Will the Colts add safety Eric Berry to a young secondary?

    Berry, the former all-pro free safety, was let go by the Chiefs on Wednesday. Berry was picked 5th overall by the Chiefs in the 2010 NFL draft and has played all of his seasons in Kansas City. In 2014, he took a year off from football to battle Hodgkin's lymphoma and recovered.

    In 89 games, the safety has compiled 51 passes defended, 14 interceptions (5 returned for touchdowns), 5.5 sacks, and 445 tackles with 377 solo. Not only is he a great player, but he is also a great man constantly getting involved with the community.

  • March 14 at 8:42pm
  • .@D_FUNCH just wants to win and have fun. https://t.co/vMmEgI8BAf

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  • March 14 at 6:36pm
  • "I'm comin' hungry." -@pierre_desir https://t.co/ZzyLbL6JZP

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  • March 14 at 5:42pm
  • RT @blue: Happy National #PiDay to everyone EXCEPT @SFSourdoughSam. https://t.co/ZibUnku2fi

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  • March 14 at 2:48pm
  • RT @blue: Hey @PGATOUR, any room for a mascot at @TPCSawgrass this weekend?#TrickShotThursday #MascotsGolfToo https://t.co/ilb8CMXvab

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  • March 14 at 12:59pm

    Indianapolis Star: Colts cornerback Kenny Moore nearly doubled his 2018 salary with his play

    IndyStar's Joel Erickson emphasizes Pierre Desir's importance to the Indianapolis Colts' defensive backfield. Joel A. Erickson, IndyStar

    INDIANAPOLIS -- Kenny Moore played far above anybody's expectations in his second season with the Colts, far above even his own expectations.

    And far above his pay grade.

    The good news is the NFL's collective bargaining agreement has a way to offer him a little bit more buck for his bang. Moore was awarded an extra $424,055 in performance-based pay, the 16th-highest amount in the league, based on a formula that weighs playing time in relation to salary.

  • March 14 at 11:04am

    Stampede Blue: Colts Cast: Colts largely quiet early in free agency; Who slipped from Colts' grasp; Available FAs

    Chris Ballard and the Indianapolis Colts could not be more different than the days of the previous regime. For some fans it's too drastic of a flip in philosophy. For others, preaching patience to an eager fanbase becomes a common retort to those on the other side of the fence.

    `Once again, the Colts have largely been quiet in the early stages of free agency. They've re-signed Chris Milton, signed Pierre Desir to a 3-year deal, and though it hasn't been officialized by the team to this point, they have reportedly agreed to terms with WR Devin Funchess.

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