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Quincy Wilson misses practice again; Vontae Davis limited

Colts rookie cornerback Quincy Wilson (knee) did not practice for the second consecutive day. His absence is a concern with veteran cornerback Vontae Davis trying to work his way back from a “significant” groin injury. Wilson came off the bench and played only 17 defensive snaps in the season opener against the Rams, but he [more]

Hue Jackson challenges Kenny Britt “to step up and make plays”

With only five targets, two catches, 15 yards and one big drop, wide receiver Kenny Britt hasn’t yet lived up to the four-year, $32.5 million contract the Browns gave him in the offseason. Instead of benching Britt, Browns coach Hue Jackson challenged him. “I’ve challenged him that he needs to step up and make plays, [more]

Kendall Langford signs one-year deal with Saints

After being released by the Indianapolis Colts in August following a failed physical, defensive tackle Kendall Langford has a new team in the New Orleans Saints. According to Jim Trotter of, Langford signed a one-year deal with the Saints on Wednesday. Langford confirmed the deal on his Twitter account. Langford appeared in seven games [more]

Vontae Davis returns to practice

Andrew Luck still isn’t practicing, but Vontae Davis is. The veteran cornerback, who suffered a groin injury during a preseason game on August 26 against the Steelers, returned to practice on a limited basis. Could he play on Sunday against the Browns? “We’ll see how the week goes,” coach Chuck Pagano told reporters. “But he’s doing well.” [more]

Andrew Luck’s not practicing this week, either

With every passing week, the decision by the Colts to not leave quarterback Andrew Luck on the physically unable to perform list begins to look more and more dubious. Via Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star, Colts coach Chuck Pagano said Luck would not practice this week, pushing the window for his return from shoulder [more]

Which 0-2 team will make the playoffs?

Week Two officially is over, and more than 25 percent of the NFL has fallen to an 0-2 start. Since, on average, one of every eight 0-2 teams makes it to the playoffs, one of these sad sacks will scratch and claw its was to an inevitable wild-card or divisional road loss. So who will [more]

Browns favored for first time since 2015

Breaking news: The Cleveland Browns are actually favored to win a game. The Browns opened as a 2.5-point favorite over the Colts on Sunday at Indianapolis. That marks the first time the Browns have been favored since Week 14 of 2015, when they were two-point favorites over the 49ers. The Browns haven’t been road favorites [more]

Colts sign receiver Matt Hazel, waive Darnell Sankey

The Colts signed receiver Matt Hazel, waiving inside linebacker Darnell Sankey in a corresponding move. The team had signed Sankey and waived Hazel on Saturday because of injuries to two inside linebackers. Sankey played 13 snaps on special teams against the Cardinals. The Colts originally claimed Hazel off waivers from Washington on Sept. 3. He [more]

Colts rule out Andrew Luck for Week Three

Colts quarterback Andrew Luck will miss his third straight game this week. The Colts announced that Luck has been ruled out for their Sunday afternoon home game against the Browns. Luck has yet to play or practice with the team this year after having right shoulder surgery in January. Colts coach Chuck Pagano said, via [more]

Colts name Robert Mathis pass rush consultant

Robert Mathis has been working with Colts players this offseason, and today, the team formalized the arrangement. The retired pass-rusher was named pass rush consultant/player development, which probably understates what he has to offer to young players. “I think it’s good therapy because you kind of wean yourself off the game,” Mathis said, via the [more]

Yes, not many 0-2 teams make the playoffs

Week Two has (mostly) come and gone, which means it’s time for those who cover the NFL to check the “not many 0-2 teams make the playoffs” box. There’s usually a valid reason for that: Most of the teams who fall to 0-2 are 0-2 for a reason. And the reason is they stink. This [more]

Phil Dawson redeems himself in overtime with game-winning field goal

Phil Dawson needed only 1:58 to get a second chance, but it likely seemed an eternity. The veteran kicker missed a 42-yard attempt on the final play of regulation that would have avoided overtime. He was wide right after Colts coach Chuck Pagano iced him with a timeout. (His practice attempt after the timeout was [more]

Cardinals turn to Chris Johnson after Kerwynn Williams was ineffective

In what will not come as a shock: The Cardinals miss David Johnson. Arizona is making do with Kerwynn Williams, Chris Johnson and Andre Ellington. Williams started but was replaced by Chris Johnson after gaining only 19 yards on eight carries. Chris Johnson gave the offense a lift with 22 yards on only three carries. [more]

Jacoby Brissett leads Colts to touchdown on first drive

Jacoby Brissett arrived in Indianapolis on Sept. 2 in a trade from New England. He quickly is winning over Colts fans, though. Brissett replaced Scott Tolzien as the team’s starting quarterback and led the Colts to a touchdown on his first series against the Cardinals. His statistics weren’t overly impressive on the 14-play, 53-yard drive [more]

Week Two early inactives

Every week we bring you all the inactives from the early games in one post, constantly updated with the latest information. Check back to see the full list as it becomes available 90 minutes ahead of the 1 p.m. ET kickoffs. Browns at Ravens Browns: DE Myles Garrett, DT T.Y. McGill, QB Cody Kessler, WR Reggie [more]

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