- Colts Notebook: Mewhort making progress on o-line Second-round pick Jack Mewhort was elevated to the first team offensive line this week. And while the Ohio State graduate isn't about to start celebrating, he enjoyed his first practices with the Indianapolis Colts starters.
- Chudzinski excited to reunite with Pagano in Indy When the Cleveland Browns fired Rob Chudzinski from his dream job after just a single season, he landed in Indianapolis with the nebulous title of Special Assistant to the Head Coach. The reasons for the move literally are written on the walls of the Colts' locker room: Trust, loyalty and respect.
- AU seeks 200 volunteers for Colts Training Camp In anticipation of the Indianapolis Colts Training Camp, Anderson University is seeking 200 individuals to serve as volunteers.
Colts Notebook: McAfee's wrestling dreams just that ... for now
Like many things involving Pat McAfee, the story of how the Indianapolis Colts punter obtained a professional wrestling ring is both random and hilarious.
- Colts hope Jones adds bite to D Gentle giant doesn't quite seem to fit. Arthur Jones has the requisite size — 6-foot-3 and 315 pounds — and his smile is infectious. But anyone who has seen the Indianapolis Colts' new defensive lineman perform on the football field isn't likely to come away remarking about his gentle nature.
- Luck, offense could move forward in second year under Pep There's a high bar to clear when it comes to offensive production in Indianapolis. Colts fans have been spoiled by years of Peyton Manning shredding defensive backfields throughout the NFL, and many are anxious to see Andrew Luck unleashed in similar fashion.
- Colts Notebook: Adongo growing on field and off Daniel Adongo is likely to be one of the first players fans will be drawn to when they get their initial look at the 2014 Indianapolis Colts later this summer.
- Mathis, Colts ready to move on Robert Mathis flashed a hint of his famous competitive fire Wednesday. Asked if the speculation around his four-game suspension for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing drug policy will make the chip on his shoulder grow this summer, the Indianapolis Colts outside linebacker barely allowed the question to finish before answering in the affirmative. "Extremely," Mathis said, letting the brevity of his response speak volumes.|INDIANAPOLIS — Robert Mathis flashed a hint of his famous competitive fire Wednesday. Asked if the speculation around his four-game suspension for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing drug policy will make the chip on his shoulder grow this summ
- George Bremer: Mathis not alone in plight Why this sports reporter will not judge Robert Mathis.
- Colts Notebook -- Pagano's message: Stick to the process The spectre of Robert Mathis' four-game suspension still lingered over the final day of the Indianapolis Colts' rookie mini-camp on Saturday. And it's likely to be a major topic of conversation throughout the team's offseason work. But head coach Chuck Pagano maintains the Colts can survive this latest loss the same way they've attacked previous adversity. By sticking to the process.
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