The Colts officially announced four key hires for Frank Reich's coaching staff Friday.
It's the most important question of the offseason, but Frank Reich never asked it during an interview that reportedly lasted nearly 10 hours with Colts general manager Chris Ballard last week.
Chris Ballard's parting shot Wednesday at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center will draw the headlines. And, to be fair, it was his best line of the day.
According to the Indiana State Police, linebacker Edwin Jackson was struck and killed by a suspected drunk driver in the early morning hours along Interstate 70.
The one-year anniversary of Andrew Luck's right shoulder surgery was observed Tuesday, and there's finally some positive momentum for the recovering Colts quarterback.
Despite a 4-12 season that saw the end of Chuck Pagano's six-year tenure as head coach, the Colts will have two representatives in Sunday's Pro Bowl game in Orlando.
Josh McDaniels is Chris Ballard's Trent Richardson. Now, hold up a minute. I don't mean that to be as overtly negative as it might seem.
The NFL suspended injured Chicago Bears linebacker Jerrell Freeman 10 games Monday for violating the league's policy against performance-enhancing drugs.
A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that Indianapolis Colts center Deyshawn Bond will miss the rest of the season with a torn quad in his leg.
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- Kokomo man killed in police shooting in Wabash County
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- Events leading to drowning of area DNR officer remain uncertain
- East Sycamore Aldi to move to Markland Mall
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