Adam Vinatieri, 45, not looking to retire anytime soon

June 19, 2018

Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri is undoubtedly one of the most decorated kickers in NFL history. In 22 seasons, he has won four Super Bowls (most all-time by a kicker) and suited up for 30 playoff games. Vinatieri is the second all-time scoring leader in NFL history with 2,487 points, behind only Morten Andersen’s 2,544. At age 45, don’t expect the veteran to walk off the field any time soon….


Andrew Luck throws footballs during Colts minicamp

June 12, 2018

INDIANAPOLIS — Andrew Luck, who missed the entire 2017 season recovering from a shoulder injury, threw a football in practice Tuesday for the first time since he was shut down in October of last year. It is believed that Luck was throwing a slightly smaller football than the one used in the NFL. Another step closer. — Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) June 12, 2018 Luck’s appearance was a surprise and…


Eric Ebron expects to play Ertz role in Reich’s offense

June 6, 2018

While the Indianapolis Colts‘ defense is in the early stages of a comprehensive overhaul, new coach Frank Reich’s offense has a chance to take the league by surprise if Andrew Luck is healthy and the major offseason acquisitions come through. One of those newcomers is former Lions first-round pick Eric Ebron, who expects to be featured in an offensive system that will borrow heavily from the Super Bowl champions. “Me…


Pagano: Andrew Luck ‘got me more years’ with Colts

June 4, 2018

Chuck Pagano offered a good reminder Monday morning how head coaches and their starting quarterbacks are forever linked through the good and bad. Pagano, who the Indianapolis Colts fired after a 4-12 record in 2017, made an appearance on FS1’s “First Things First” and offered high praise for quarterback Andrew Luck, who missed last season with a shoulder injury. The former Colts head coach added that Luck’s presence might have kept…


Peyton Manning: Andrew Luck’s form depends on reps

May 31, 2018

Andrew Luck missed an entire season of his NFL career due to injury. Peyton Manning knows something about that experience. The former Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos quarterback missed the 2011 season due to a neck injury. The issue ended his tenure in Indy and began Luck’s reign. Manning, careful not to compare the two situations, said from Wednesday’s Pro-Am at the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio, that he believes…