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  Colts | Donte Moncrief starred in the spring    Sat Jul 22, 12:16 AM

Indianapolis Colts WR Donte Moncrief was the star of spring practices, according to general manager Chris Ballard.

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  Colts | Adam Vinatieri to play two more seasons?    Wed Jul 19, 11:51 PM

Indianapolis Colts PK Adam Vinatieri wants to play two more seasons, based on all indications. If he were to play through 2018, he would likely pass retired PK Morten Andersen for the NFL lead in career points and field goals made.

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  Colts | Indy to have competition at CB    Sun Jul 16, 04:35 PM

Indianapolis Colts CBs Rashaan Melvin and Quincy Wilson are expected to compete for one of the starting cornerback jobs during training camp.

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  Colts | John Simon, Jabaal Sheard to start?    Sun Jul 16, 04:34 PM

Indianapolis Colts LBs John Simon and Jabaal Sheard likely will be the starting outside linebackers in 2017, in the opinion of Colts.com's Kevin Bowen.

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  Colts | Indy not expected to sign Zachary Orr    Sun Jul 16, 02:15 PM

Free-agent LB Zachary Orr (Ravens) that with the Indianapolis Colts two weeks ago, but it appears the team is not interested in signing him at this time, according to Kevin Bowen of colts.com.

Footballguys view: Orr was contemplating (and pretty much did) retirement earlier this year due to a neck injury. He got a second opinion about a month ago that indicated he could resume his playing career. Orr's agent says 15 teams expressed interest but so far nobody has made an offer to the veteran linebacker.

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  Colts | Scott Tolzien still the backup    Sat Jul 15, 11:52 PM

Indianapolis Colts QB Scott Tolzien is ahead of QB Stephen Morris on the depth chart and would likely start in Week 1 if QB Andrew Luck (shoulder) isn't ready, according to Kevin Bowen to Colts.com.

Footballguys view: Tolzien started the Week 12 game against the Steelers last year, going 22-of-36 for 205 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. All signs point to Luck being ready for Week 1 but that's not a given. Expect Luck to be limited during training camp and the preseason as he comes back from his January shoulder surgery.

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  Colts | Andrew Luck's status still unclear    Thu Jul 13, 09:33 PM

Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck (shoulder) has still not indicated if he has begun the throwing portion of his shoulder rehab, but Kevin Bowen of Colts.com believes the fact that no veteran quarterback was signed this offseason means Luck is on track to start in Week 1.

Footballguys view: That's the plan for the Colts....but watch this situation closely in training camp and the preseason to see if it comes to fruition. A healthy Luck is a QB1 for fantasy owners. His current ADP is QB5 (6.06) in 12-team PPR leagues.

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  Colts | Marlon Mack may be situational RB    Wed Jul 12, 07:48 PM

Indianapolis Colts RB Marlon Mack could be used as a situational back this season because of his big-play ability.

Footballguys view: Mack has the speed and acceleration to be dangerous in the open field. He bounces too many runs outside, so perhaps using him as a change-of-pace back is best for the Colts. Frank Gore is still the starter, but recent reports indicate Robert Turbin may have a bit of a larger role in 2017. Mack is interesting as a dynasty stash but his re-draft value is incredibly low.

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  Colts | OC happy with Robert Turbin's offseason    Wed Jul 12, 07:48 PM

Indianapolis Colts RB Robert Turbin had an impressive offseason and look better than he did last offseason, according to offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski. Turbin said he would embrace a bigger role in the offensive scheme.

Footballguys view: The positive reports about Turbin have been a constant drumbeat this offseason. Entering training camp, Turbin is second on the depth chart behind Frank Gore but he will be pushed for that spot by rookie Marlon Mack. Turbin or Mack will have little fantasy value if Gore stays healthy.

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  Colts | T.Y. Hilton not sweating Andrew Luck    Sat Jul 8, 11:55 PM

Indianapolis Colts WR T.Y. Hilton said he doesn't expect it to take long for he and QB Andrew Luck (shoulder) to find their rhythm. 'For him, the main thing is to just get healthy and we'll pick up where we left off,' Hilton said. 'Two days back-to-back is all we need.'

Footballguys view: Hilton is going around the 1-2 turn in most PPR leagues, and he earned the spot near the top of the second tier of WR1s with a strong year despite Luck playing through his shoulder injury last year. If Luck's surgery makes him more effective in 2017, Hilton has a chance to finish in the top five receivers.

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  Colts | Trey Griffey waived from IR    Fri Jul 7, 06:16 PM

Indianapolis Colts WR Trey Griffey (undisclosed) was waived from the Reserve/Injured list Friday, July 7, after the two sides reached an injury settlement.

Footballguys view: Ken Griffey Jr's son went undrafted in part due to a checkered injury history in college and it appears that is following him into the pros. He'll be a free agent if he clears waivers.

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  Colts | Indy not sold on Zach Orr yet    Sat Jul 1, 03:18 PM

Free-agent LB Zach Orr's (Ravens) meeting with the Indianapolis Colts Friday, June 30, was used as an information-gathering effort for the Colts so the team could see if Orr can play again despite his neck injury, according to a source.

Footballguys view: The Colts have not reached a comfort level which would allow them to sign Orr at this time. Neck injuries are tricky to come back from and complicated to deal with. Any team interested in Orr (reportedly around half the league) will have to feel his neck problem is manageable.

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  Colts | Zach Orr visiting Colts    Fri Jun 30, 10:51 AM

Free-agent LB Zach Orr (Ravens) is visiting the Indianapolis Colts Friday, June 30.

Footballguys view: The Colts are one of three teams to already have a visit scheduled with Orr (Jets, Lions). Orr prematurely retired back in January due to a congenital neck problem. After getting a second opinion, Orr learned the injury was not career threatening. Reports indicate there are 15 teams who have shown interest in Orr.

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  Colts | Andrew Luck still not throwing    Wed Jun 28, 12:04 PM

Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck (shoulder) told reporters Wednesday, June 28, despite the fact his rehab is going well, he still has yet to throw since his January shoulder surgery. "Feeling better and better every week," Luck said. "Still haven't started throwing. But that process will come when it's ready." When asked about the status of his rehab, he replied: "No reason to be sullen or morose! It's a beautiful day."

Footballguys view: We're watching Luck's progress closely as he returns from this injury. His Week 1 status is not in doubt at this time but we imagine Luck will be limited through training camp and into the preseason.

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  Colts | Darrell Daniels making good impression    Sun Jun 25, 09:07 PM

Indianapolis Colts TE Darrell Daniels was praised by general manager Chris Ballard for his performance during OTAs.

Footballguys view: Daniels was a converted wide receiver in college at Washington and stands out on the field due to his long arms and large hands. He needs to be better as a route runner and a blocker, but Daniels is a receiving weapon who could use some seasoning on the practice squad.

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  Colts | Dalton Crossan could make roster    Sun Jun 25, 09:04 PM

Indianapolis Colts RB Dalton Crossan did 'everything right every day' during OTAs, according to general manager Chris Ballard, and Kevin Bowen of Colts.com believes Crossan could compete with RB Josh Ferguson for a roster spot if the Colts decide to keep four running backs.

Footballguys view: At 5'11" 204 pounds, Crossan was an impressive player during his college career at New Hampshire. He's fast but it takes him some time to throttle down and change direction. Crossan is best used as a player in space, slot receiver or receiver out of the backfield...plus he's got returner experience on special teams.

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  Colts | Marlon Mack missed minicamp    Sun Jun 25, 08:20 PM

Indianapolis Colts RB Marlon Mack (undisclosed) missed minicamp with an undisclosed injury, but Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star doesn't believe the injury is serious.

Footballguys view: Mack is competing with Robert Turbin to be the primary backup to Frank Gore in 2017. The rookie from USF is swift and can break off big plays in the blink of an eye. He's got straight-line speed but takes some time to change direction and he's not disciplined running inside. Too often for the Bulls, Mack would bounce runs outside to no avail. He should learn quickly that 'taking it to the corner store' doesn't work that much in the NFL.

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  Colts | Indy impressed by three UDFAs during spring    Sun Jun 25, 02:11 PM

Indianapolis Colts RB Dalton Crossan, TE Darrell Daniels and CB Dante Blackmon are considered three players to watch from the team's undrafted free-agent class, according to Kevin Bowen of Colts.com.

Footballguys view: At 5'11" 204 pounds, Crossan was an impressive player during his college career at New Hampshire. He's fast but it takes him some time to throttle down and change direction. Crossan is best used as a player in space, slot receiver or receiver out of the backfield...plus he's got returner experience on special teams. Daniels was a converted wide receiver in college at Washington and stands out on the field due to his long arms and large hands. He needs to be better as a route runner and a blocker, but Daniels is a receiving weapon who could use some seasoning on the practice squad.

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  Colts | Robert Turbin putting it all together    Sat Jun 24, 10:20 PM

Indianapolis Colts RB Robert Turbin put it all together last season, according to offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski, and Chudzinski had particular praise for Turbin's work in pass protection. 'I can't say enough good things about Robert,' Chudzinski said.

Footballguys view: Turbin is currently no2 on the depth chart behind Frank Gore, but he will be pushed for that spot by rookie Marlon Mack. Rookie RBs usually have to get up to speed with pass protection before they see a lot of time on the field. Mack is a big play waiting to happen, but he needs to show better discipline when running between the tackles. Turbin or Mack will have little fantasy value if Gore stays healthy.

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  Colts | Chester Rogers challenging for serious playing time    Thu Jun 22, 07:53 PM

Kevin Bowen, of Colts.com, reports Indianapolis Colts WR Chester Rogers is challenging for serious playing time in 2017. According to the report, Rogers has a 'real shot' at winning the no3 job at wide receiver behind T.Y. Hilton and Donte Moncrief.

Footballguys view: It's definitely way too early to start talking about this, and third wide receiver isn't particularly a lucrative and high-producing fantasy option. The Colts have TE Jack Doyle as the likely third option in the passing game, limiting the value of Rogers, Kamar Aiken or Philip Dorsett. We'll watch this, but we're not terribly excited. Yet.

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  Colts | Clayton Geathers likely to miss start of camp    Sat Jun 17, 03:59 PM

Indianapolis Colts S Clayton Geathers (neck) likely will not be ready for the start of training camp because he is recovering from offseason neck surgery and may even miss the start of the regular season.

Footballguys view: Neck injuries are nothing nice, and they are tricky to come back from. Geathers was a playmaker for the Colts against the run last year, and his presence will be missed if he sits for a time during the regular season. T.J. Green and Malik Hooker might open the season as the Colts starting safeties.

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  Colts | Chester Rogers more polished    Fri Jun 16, 11:53 PM

Indianapolis Colts WR Chester Rogers is running sharper routes this year, according to QB Andrew Luck, and Mike Wells of ESPN.com believes Rogers has put himself in the mix for the No. 3 receiver job.

Footballguys view: Undrafted out of Grambling State in 2016, Rogers played 380 snaps as a rookie and hauled in 19 passes for 273 yards. He's competing for the no3 WR spot with the Colts behind T.Y. Hilton and Donte Moncrief. Veteran Kamar Aiken has to be considered the favorite right now, but we think Rogers has intriguing dynasty potential.

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  Colts | Indy inks Troymaine Pope    Thu Jun 15, 09:55 PM

The Indianapolis Colts signed free-agent RB Troymaine Pope (Seahawks) Thursday, June 15.

Footballguys view: The Colts make this move after Christine Michael was put on Injured Reserve. Pope will compete for a reserve spot on the Colts thin RB depth chart.

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  Colts | Christine Michael to the IR    Thu Jun 15, 09:54 PM

Indianapolis Colts RB Christine Michael (undisclosed) was placed on the Reserve/Injured list Thursday, June 15.

Footballguys view: The Colts just picked him up and Michael must've gone down in minicamp. Injuries and inconsistency have plagued Michael ever since he came into the league.

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  Colts | Frank Gore still the lead back    Thu Jun 15, 09:19 PM

Indianapolis Colts RB Frank Gore is still expected to remain the 'workhorse' back this season and see around 16 to 18 carries per game, according to Mike Chappell of CBS 4 Indianapolis.

Footballguys view: His workload makes him a RB2 consideration for fantasy owners. Father Time will eventually catch up to Gore, so dynasty owners need to watch rookie Marlon Mack to see how he transitions to the pro game.

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  Colts | Plethora of roster moves for Colts    Thu Jun 15, 01:34 PM

Free-agents WR Harvey Binford (Cardinals), WR Freddie Brown (Vikings) and LB Jeremiah George (Cowboys) were signed by the Indianapolis Colts Thursday, June 15. WRs Marcus Leak, Al-Damion Riles and DT Kristjan Sokoli were waived in corresponding moves.

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  Colts | Phillip Dorsett misses practice    Tue Jun 13, 11:07 PM

Indianapolis Colts WR Phillip Dorsett (undisclosed) did not participate in practice Tuesday, June 13, because of an undisclosed injury.

Footballguys view: A first-round pick in 2015, Dorsett has failed to live up to his potential due to injuries and inconsistency. Not much is known about this injury, but let's just say it's a bit of a make-or-break year for Dorsett with the Colts. If he doesn't get it done this year, the team could easily move on with other reserve receivers for the future. Dorsett will have to beat out free agent addition Kamar Aiken for the no3 job on the depth chart behind T.Y. Hilton and Donte Moncrief.

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  Colts | Andrew Luck not looking ahead     Tue Jun 13, 07:03 PM

Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck (shoulder) doesn't know if he'll be ready for training camp. He remains focused on the present, focusing on each rehab session. 'That's where my focus is and that's where I think it needs to be to truly get back to 100 percent,' Luck said.

Footballguys view: Fantasy owners are looking ahead...and they should see Luck eased into action. When training camp rolls around, Luck should be out there and the team should ramp up his participation as we go through August. At this point, it seems like Luck is going to be ready for Week 1.

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  Colts | Several players trying out for Colts    Tue Jun 13, 03:54 PM

Free-agents CB Phillip Adams (Falcons), TE Jim Dray (49ers), LS Andrew East (Rams), LB Jeremiah George (Cowboys), TE Brandon Greene (Alabama), S Shakiel Randolph (Chiefs) and TE Mark Thomas (Titans) tried out at the Indianapolis Colts' minicamp Tuesday, June 13.

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  Colts | Larry Donnell trying out for Colts    Tue Jun 13, 01:42 PM

Free-agent TE Larry Donnell (Giants) is trying out for the Indianapolis Colts Tuesday, June 13.

Footballguys view: Donnell hasn't received much interest on the open market. Injuries and inconsistencies have plagued Donnell's career, and he lost the starting job with the Giants to Will Tye last year. The Colts don't have much behind Jack Doyle and Erik Swoope, so we'll see if Donnell can make an impression during this tryout and earn a spot in training camp.

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  Colts | T.Y. Hilton has hamstring strain    Tue Jun 13, 12:43 PM

Indianapolis Colts WR T.Y. Hilton (hamstring) is unlikely to do much during the minicamp this week due to a hamstring strain. The injury didn't appear to be a long-term concern.

Footballguys view: Speedy receivers don't respond well to hamstring injuries if rushed back. The Colts will be wise and ease Hilton back in at the start of training camp.

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  Colts | Andrew Luck to observe minicamp    Tue Jun 13, 12:26 PM

Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck (shoulder) will be an observer in the minicamp this week, according to head coach Chuck Pagano.

Footballguys view: Luck had right shoulder surgery in January 2017 to repair an injury (partially torn labrum) that dated back to the 2015 season. There was no initial timetable for his return, but it's not really a surprise the team is going to hold him out until training camp. Colts owner Jim Irsay has indicated that Luck is going to be ready for the start of the regular season.

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  Colts | Tyvis Powell claimed by Colts    Mon Jun 12, 04:42 PM

The Indianapolis Colts claimed FS Tyvis Powell off waivers from the Cleveland Browns Monday, June 12.

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  Colts | Chris Briggs signed by Colts    Mon Jun 12, 10:18 AM

Free-agent WR Chris Briggs (Seahawks) signed an undisclosed deal with the Indianapolis Colts Monday, June 12. WR Trey Griffey (undisclosed) was waived/injured. If he clears waivers, he'll be placed on the Reserve/Injured list.

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  Colts | Andrew Luck healing well    Fri Jun 9, 08:24 AM

Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck (shoulder) is healing well, and he's still expected to be ready for the season, according to owner Jim Irsay. 'He was really struggling going through the process of being ready to play (each week last season),' Irsay said. 'This was, quite frankly, not that complicated of a surgery. This was a simple labrum repair. There are a lot of other things that could have been involved with this surgery that weren't.'

Footballguys view: Irsay is quite the optimist, but we'll go with him here. All reports have been positive about Luck, but expect the team to take it easy on their superstar quarterback as they prepare him for the rigors of the 2017 season. If healthy, Luck can easily be a QB1 for fantasy owners and perhaps lead the Colts to the playoffs.

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  Colts | Andrew Luck not throwing yet    Tue Jun 6, 06:35 PM

Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck (shoulder) has not yet begun to throw the football again as he continues to recover from shoulder surgery. Luck has yet to participate in organized team activities, although he has worked with the other quarterbacks and helped receivers with routes and timing. Luck will also miss next week's minicamp as the Colts don't want to rush back their star quarterback.

Footballguys view: We're not worried....yet. It's not like Luck needs the OTA practice at this point and it's more than likely that the Colts are just being super-careful with their golden boy. We'll keep watching though. The guy's ADP is 39 overall right now, and he's the fourth quarterback coming off the board. That price may only go up as the season approaches. That being said, you want to know your investment of a high pick is safe. So it's worth keeping an eye on.

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  Colts | Christine Michael signs with Colts    Thu Jun 1, 03:11 PM

Free-agent RB Christine Michael (Packers) signed an undisclosed deal with the Indianapolis Colts Thursday, June 1. RB Brandon Radcliff was waived in a corresponding move.

Footballguys view: Michael has always had potential, but he's never played up to that and he's bounced around the league. The Colts have a thin group of RBs behind Frank Gore. Michael will compete with guys like Robert Turbin, Josh Ferguson and rookie Marlon Mack. Even in this thin RB corps, Michael is no lock to make the 53-man roster.

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  Colts | Jack Doyle taking on leadership role    Thu Jun 1, 12:24 AM

Indianapolis Colts TE Jack Doyle said he is trying to 'improve' in the area of being a leader in order to help the team, as he's by far the longest-tenured tight end on the roster. 'He's a reliable, reliable guy,' head coach Chuck Pagano said. 'The quarterback has a ton of faith and trust in that guy. He's always where he's supposed to be, and that makes a huge difference.'

Footballguys view: Doyle took over last year and did well enough for the Colts that they traded away Dwayne Allen this offseason. He will have to contend with former basketball star Erik Swoope, but we expect quarterback Andrew Luck to use Doyle more, especially in the red zone, where the Colts like to target their tight ends.

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  Colts | Kendall Langford should be ready for camp    Wed May 31, 06:50 PM

Indianapolis Colts DE Kendall Langford (knee) has not participated during offseason workouts, but it appears that he is targeting training camp for his return.

Footballguys view: Langford was incredibly durable before this knee injury held him to only seven games in 2016. A healthy Langford can be a quality starter for the Colts and add much-needed help to their defense.

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  Colts | T.Y. Hilton in rare company    Sun May 28, 12:40 AM

Indianapolis Colts WR T.Y. Hilton's 5,861 receiving yards through his first five seasons rank in the top 10 in NFL history, but Hilton said he is still focused on improving. 'Leave no stone unturned,' Hilton said. 'I work on everything - footwork, speed work. Just continue to train everything - my hands, eye-hand coordination.'

Footballguys view: Hilton has had over 1,000 yards receiving each of the last four years. During that time, he's finished as a top-10 fantasy WR twice...including his no5 ranking in 2016. His role is well established, and he's one of Andrew Luck's favorite targets. Hilton is a WR1 for fantasy owners with a current ADP of WR8 (2.04) in 12-team PPR leagues.

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  Colts | Clayton Geathers may not be ready    Wed May 24, 09:18 AM

Indianapolis Colts SS Clayton Geathers (neck) may not be ready for the start of the season as there is still no timetable for his return. 'I can't tell you when Clayton is going to be available for us, but he's doing everything as far as the rehab and the meetings,' head coach Chuck Pagano said. 'He's just not practicing right now. When the doctors say he's 100 percent and he's ready to roll, then we'll put him back out there.' S T.J. Green is practicing in Geathers' place.

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  Colts | Malik Hooker, Clayton Geathers may start    Sat May 20, 03:07 PM

Indianapolis Colts S Malik Hooker (hernia, shoulder) and S Clayton Geathers (neck) likely will be the starting safeties in Week 1 if they are both healthy, in the opinion of ESPN.com's Mike Wells.

Footballguys view: Hooker was one of the best players in the 2017 NFL draft regardless of position. He can roam all over the field with his nose for the ball and burst to the play. Geathers can play close to the line of scrimmage and be used as a run-stopper.

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  Colts | Tarell Basham signs rookie deal with Indy    Fri May 19, 04:10 PM

Indianapolis Colts third-round pick DE Tarell Basham signed his four-year rookie contract Friday, May 19. Financial terms of the deal were undisclosed.

Footballguys view: Basham has the size (6'4" 269 pounds) and heart that scouts love. He's a player who gives full effort on the field on every snap, and the nuances of his game are developing in the right direction. Basham has the length, burst and strong hands to be disruptive as a pass rusher. He does lack a ton of moves when getting after the quarterback, but that can be taught at the pro level. The rookie from Ohio has starter's upside if he continues to develop.

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  Colts | Grover Stewart signs with Colts    Thu May 18, 01:09 PM

Indianapolis Colts DT Grover Stewart signed his four-year rookie contract Thursday, May 18. Financial terms were not disclosed.

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  Colts | Malik Hooker signs    Thu May 18, 11:58 AM

Indianapolis Colts S Malik Hooker, a first-round pick, signed his rookie four-year deal Thursday, May 18.

Footballguys view: Hooker is the 11th first round pick to sign with his respective team. The Chargers' Mike Williams - seventh pick overall - is the highest pick to have signed so far. Hooker has great ball skills but his tackling leaves a bit to be desired, so he's not going to instantly help the run defense.

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  Colts | Marlon Mack signs rookie deal    Wed May 17, 05:18 PM

Indianapolis Colts fourth-round draft choice RB Marlon Mack signed his four-year contract with the Colts Wednesday, May 17. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Footballguys view: Mack measures in at 5'11" 213 pounds, but he has the skill set of a smaller back. He can maneuver around defenders at the second level, and Mack has "Adios" speed when he gets to the corner. Mack runs blind between the tackles and looks to take the rock to the corner store too often as a runner. If utilized the correct way, Mack can certainly make plays as a part-time player. In 2017, the rookie from USF will compete for snaps behind starter Frank Gore.

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  Colts | Clayton Geathers recovering from surgery    Wed May 17, 03:02 PM

Indianapolis Colts S Clayton Geathers (neck) is not participating in the offseason workouts because he is recovering from neck surgery earlier this year. There is no timetable for his return at this point.

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  Colts | Frankie Williams reverts to PUP list    Tue May 16, 07:27 PM

Indianapolis Colts WR Frankie Williams (undisclosed) reverted to the Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list Tuesday, May 16, after being waived/injured Monday, May 15.


  Colts | Gerald Hodges visits Colts    Tue May 16, 05:39 PM

Free-agent LB Gerald Hodges (49ers) visited the Indianapolis Colts Tuesday, May 16. He is scheduled to visit the New England Patriots Wednesday, May 17, and the Jacksonville Jaguars Thursday, May 18, according to a source.

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  Colts | More roster moves for Indianapolis    Mon May 15, 02:47 PM

Free-agent OG Blake Muir (Falcons) and undrafted free-agent WR Al-Damion Riles (Louisiana-Lafayette) signed with the Indianapolis Colts Monday, May 15. Additionally, C Austin Blythe, WR Jerome Lane, CB Chris Lyles, OG Christopher Muller and CB Frankie Williams were waived.

Footballguys view: Riles was the Ragin' Cajuns leading receiver in 2016 with 60 receptions for 729 yards and two touchdowns. He caught at least one pass in 29 straight games dating back to 2014 and was one of the most consistent players on offense. Riles was originally a safety and linebacker in college before switching to the wide receiver position.

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