Colts returning to Anderson for training camp
For those who “bleed blue” in Madison County, the opportunity to see some football action off-screen will once again present itself this summer with the return of the Indianapolis Colts’ preseason training camp.
Butler looks to build on surprise success
Darius Butler was a second-round pick by the New England Patriots in the 2009 NFL Draft. But one could argue his NFL dream wasn’t truly fulfilled until Nov. 8, 2012.
Colts preparing to welcome rookies
Robert Mathis has seen the stories about first-round draft pick Bjoern Werner learning about the NFL from the Madden video game series and often choosing the Colts’ all-pro defensive end as his on-screen avatar.
“It makes me feel old,” Mathis said Wednesday in the team’s locker room at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center. “At the same time, it lets me know what I’ve done has been respected.”
Colts Notebook: Sheppard happy to be in Indy
Kelvin Sheppard reported to work Monday morning, ready to continue his job as a starting middle linebacker for the Buffalo Bills.
By day’s end, the former LSU star was in Indianapolis ready to start a new life in the NFL with the Colts.
Colts fill out roster ... for now
The Indianapolis Colts announced the signings of nine undrafted free agents Tuesday, filling out the offseason roster for now.
Colts shuffle much maligned Hughes off to Buffalo
Jerry Hughes’ brief career with the Indianapolis Colts is over after three seasons. But it’s safe to say the former high school running back turned defensive end will be remembered around the Circle City for far longer than that.
George Bremer: Colts’ home finale holds keys to future
Of all the memorable drives during the Indianapolis Colts’ remarkable 2012 season, the final march of the last home game likely will be the best indicator of the future.
Colts put wraps on unique draft class
Asked whether he’s ever seen a draft class quite like the one he’d just put the finishing touches on Saturday night, Indianapolis Colts general manger Ryan Grigson shook his head slowly and chose his words carefully.
“They’re all very, very unique human beings,” Grigson said. “Their stories, some of them are amazing in what they’ve overcome.”
Thornton the next piece in Pagano’s vision
Near the end of a joyous conference call with local media late Friday night, Hugh Thornton was asked what comes to his mind when he hears the words Indianapolis Colts.
“I think of champions,” the former Illinois offensive lineman said without hesitation. “World champions.”
Madden, Mathis among Werner's influences
Bjoern Werner has been collecting nicknames for years.
Think of a play on his unusual first name, and he’s heard it.
Bjoern to be Wild. Bjoern Free. Bjoern to Rush.
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