- Mathis says fertility drug to blame for suspension The Indianapolis Colts will open the 2014 season without the NFL's returning sack champion. Outside linebacker Robert Mathis was suspended Friday for a violation of the league's performance-enhancing drug policy and will miss the first four games of the regular season.
- George Bremer: Colts embrace underdog stories The list reads like a casting call for Hollywood's next underdog football team flick.
- Former Miami hoops player among 19 signed by Colts For the second consecutive year, the Indianapolis Colts have signed a free agent who has never played a down of organized football.
- Ball State rusher headlines Colts' final draft day Jonathan Newsome was open and candid during a conference call with local media Saturday at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center. About the only thing the Ball State defensive end was hesitant to share was the noise he made when his name was called with the 166th overall pick in the NFL draft by the Indianapolis Colts.
- Irsay returns as Colts finally take part in NFL draft Jim Irsay returned to the Indianapolis Colts for Friday night's NFL draft, and general manager Ryan Grigson made no attempt to hide his joy. The owner was shown working in the team's war room during a live shot on NFL Network, and a wide smile broke across Grigson's face when he was asked about Irsay's input.
Colts tab OSU's Mewhort in Round 2
Ryan Grigson values versatility in his offensive lineman. And they don't come much more versatile than Jack Mewhort.
- AFC South in rush to get after Luck Earlier this week, Jadeveon Clowney warned that Andrew Luck "better have his head on a swivel." The truth is the Indianapolis Colts' third-year quarterback likely already had been heeding that advice.
- Grigson's roots shaping Colts' draft Ryan Grigson made his name in the NFL as a scout. And he's held tight to those roots by digging deep to sign players like Jerrell Freeman from the Canadian Football League, Josh McNary from the U.S. Army and Daniel Adongo from international rugby. All three could be on the Indianapolis Colts' 53-man roster in 2014, Grigson's third season as the franchise's general manager.
- 2014 Colts mock draft The Indianapolis Colts lack a first-round pick this year as a result of the Trent Richardson trade, making it more difficult than usual to project whom general manager Ryan Grigson will tab with his first selection.
- George Bremer: Richardson holds key to great debate The Indianapolis Colts' 2014 first-round pick was holding court in the locker room last week. "The sky's the limit when it comes to how good this offense can be, how good this team can be," Trent Richardson said while a gaggle of reporters surrounded him. "That's really up to us."
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