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2018 Schedule
4-12, 3rd in AFC South
Should Colts be concerned about Andrew Luck? (1:23)

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Andrew Luck (shoulder) took part in individual quarterback drills (minus throwing the ball) and then went inside the facility at the start of team drills

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts 1st round pick, guard Quenton Nelson, like every other player, didn't have pads on during the team's rookie minicamp. The emphasis was put on fundamentals and getting a first look at the system new coach Frank Reich will run next season. Even without pads on, that didn't stop Nelson, the No. 6 overall pick in last month's draft from showing off impressive size, power, footwork and technique in what the Colts hope will be a long career starting at guard for them. "A lot of it is head placement, hand placement, leverage, still playing low, still being disciplined in your footwork," Reich said. "Even without pads, there's a big emphasis on taking the proper footwork, getting to the right landmark, coming off with leverage. You get that right start, then – the one thing you're not able to do without pads is really finish plays like we want to finish them. That's really the one thing you lose." Nelson is the frontrunner to start at left guard alongside left tackle Anthony Castonzo next season.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts QB Andrew Luck and coach Frank Reich, a former NFL quarterback himself, have been spending time together going over the offense where Luck has been able to give him feedback on tweaks to the system. "Fun to work with a guy who has his football IQ where we can go back and forth on the offense in the system," Reich said. "We're putting our system in and it's a system we brought here. Getting a lot of feedback from him. Little tweaks to it things that he likes. I really enjoyed that side of it. That might be 5-10 percent of tweaking the system. Calling it something different that connects to him better or sounds better." Luck, according to Reich, is still not throwing a football after missing last season with a shoulder injury.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts 1st rd pick Quenton Nelson has experience at guard and tackle, which he was recruited to play at Notre Dame. Nelson said there hasn't been any talk of him playing tackle. Jack Mewhort and rookie Braden Smith are guards competing to start. Colts have to find a right tackle

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have signed nine of their 11 draft picks: Guard Quenton Nelson, defensive end Kemoko Turay, defensive end Tyquan Lewis, running back Nyheim Hines, wide receiver Daurice Fountain, running back Jordan Wilkins, wide receiver Deon Cain, linebacker Matthew Adams and linebacker Zaire Franklin. The only rookies that aren't signed are linebacker Darius Leonard and guard Braden Smith

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Colts sign veteran free-agent OT Howard

The Indianapolis Colts and free-agent offensive tackle Austin Howard have agreed on a deal, the team announced on Wednesday.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts WR Chester Rogers was asked about the changes with the franchise this offseason: "This is what a real organization feels like."


O'Neil on playing football with bipolar disorder

It's Mental Health Awareness Month and in this episode, Sarah Spain chats with Super Bowl XLI champion Keith O'Neil who shares the challenges he faced playing in the NFL with bipolar disorder. O'Neil details how his coaches and teammates played a role in his wellness, his journey to retirement and more.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Th Colts have claimed tight end Randall Telfer off waivers from Cleveland and waived tight end Jason Vander Laan. Telfer had five receptions for 40 yards in three seasons with the Browns. Telfer joins a tight end group in Indianapolis that also features Jack Doyle, Eric Ebron and Erik Swoope

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Edwin Jackson gets posthumous GSU degree

Former Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson, who was killed in a car crash in February, was awarded a posthumous degree by Georgia Southern on Saturday, with his parents accepting the diploma.

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Colts owner Irsay buys AA founding document

Jim Irsay plans to build a special display for the manuscript and display it for several months a year at Alcoholics Anonymous' headquarters in New York.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts will hold two joint training camp practices against the Baltimore Ravens in Indianapolis prior to the Aug. 20 preseason game at Lucas Oil Stadium. The two teams will practice on Aug. 17 and 18. This will be the third time since 2015 that the Colts will hold a joint practice against an opponent. They did against Chicago in 2015 and Detroit in 2017.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have announced that they have signed 10 undrafted free agents: K Michael Badgley, DB Chris Cooper, CB Lashard Durr, WR Steve Ishmael, CB Robert Jackson, DL Tomasi Laulile, LB Skai Moore, S George Odum, LB William Ossai and CB Henre' Toliver.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have made their first roster moves following the draft. They've waived LB Jermaine Grace, RB Matt Jones, WR Justice Liggins, DL Joey Mbu, DL Arthur Miley and LB Darnell Sankey. The Colts also waived-injured DL Johnathan Calvin. Calvin will go on the Colts injured reserve list if he clears waivers.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have that announced that Reggie Wayne has joined the staff as a volunteer assistant receivers coach. Wayne had 1,070 receptions for 14,345 yards and 82 touchdowns in 14 seasons with the Colts. His last season with the franchise was 2014.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards180.830th
Rushing Yards103.822nd
Points For16.430th
Points Against25.330th