The Colts, much like the Pacers, have always been characterized as being a blue-collar team. What this means, is a team that will play, gritty, hard-working football, going all out every Sunday and leaving it all on the field. The Colts have tried to regain this under Chris Ballard.
The NFL season approaching also means that fantasy football season is almost here! Most leagues won't draft until preseason but rosters are mostly set. The Colts don't have any fantasy studs (besides a healthy Andrew Luck) but there is some value to find.
Recently, many have been heavily linking former Redskins' cornerback Bashaud Breeland to the Colts. The Cardinals and Colts were the teams in line to sign Breeland. After Arizona traded for Browns' corner Jamar Taylor, their interest in Breeland waned. The Colts are now the favorites to sign the cornerback.
Our writer, Zach Sears, had the pleasure to interview great running back Eric Dickerson.
Andrew Luck has not thrown a football in a game since week 16 of the 2016 season. The offensive line has had major changes since then. Is it one of the best up and coming lines in the NFL?
The Colts' season is 100% contingent on the health of Andrew Luck. Since the Colts are confident Luck will throw by training camp, this article is under the assumption that Andrew Luck is healthy. However, we truly do not know what is to come with Luck.
The Colts have just come out of the 2018 NFL Draft with an influx of new talent, 11 picks. Chris Ballard has decided to use the draft as his main source of talent to build this Colts roster. FPC takes a look at talent already on the roster, whether drafted by Ballard or not, that could have a breakout year.
Mike Cirino is a versatile defensive back who the Colts invited to rookie minicamp. Cirino played at a small school, Adams State, and started 11 games in his senior year. He recorded 35 tackles, nine pass deflections, and two picks.
Antoine Miles is a pass-rushing defensive lineman from Purdue who got the call which invited him to go to the Colts minicamp, starting on May 10th. I was lucky enough to get an interview with him over the phone and I converted the call to text. Now, on to to the interview!
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