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- Colts seeking improvement from within Chuck Pagano said there was one simple reason he added former Cleveland Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski to his staff this offseason: The move will make the Indianapolis Colts a better football team.
- Combine Notebook: Arians happy to be back in Indy Bruce Arians' voice was hoarse Friday at the NFL Scouting Combine, the result he said of a night out with friends in his adopted hometown of Indianapolis.
- Combine Notebook: Luck still drawing praise from Stanford Andrew Luck's rapid ascension in his first two NFL seasons has surprised even some of his former college teammates.
- Caldwell grateful for second chance in Detroit It's easily forgotten in the rubble of a disastrous 2011 season, but Jim Caldwell's last game at Lucas Oil Stadium was a victory.
- McEnroe top Legend in Indy Like a classic rock star expected to play his biggest hit, John McEnroe delivered just before defeating his longtime rival Friday night on the Indiana Pacers’ home court.
- Colts sign former Eagles safety The new NFL year doesn't officially begin until March 11, but that's not slowing down Ryan Grigson. The Indianapolis Colts general manager completed his third player signing in the past six days Monday, adding former Philadelphia Eagles safety David Sims on a future/reserve contract.
- Colts add former Browns head coach to staff Chuck Pagano turned to an old friend Saturday to add a little intrigue to the Indianapolis Colts coaching staff.
Colts add extra-large offensive tackle
It didn't take very long for Indianapolis Colts general manager Ryan Grigson and his scouting staff to get back up to their old tricks. The team announced Wednesday it has signed 6-foot-9, 320-pound offensive tackle Jack Breckner, who most recently played for the Iowa Barnstormers in the Arena Football League.
- Smashmouth the way to get a title for Indiana Indiana Pacers fans are driving me crazy and it really bothers me even more because I am firmly a part of their ranks.
Manning or Luck? Fans sound off
This NFL season has been especially bittersweet for some Hoosiers as Peyton Manning, the former Indianapolis Colts quarterback, led the Denver Broncos to Super Bowl XLVIII. This week, The Herald Bulletin talked to sports fans about their loyalties to Manning and the Colts’ new quarterback, Andrew Luck.
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