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Colts re-sign offensive lineman Evan Boehm

The Colts’ offensive line went from a liability to a strength last year, so it makes sense they want to keep it together. The  team announced that center/guard Evan Boehm signed his restricted free agent tender. They tendered him at the second-round level, which means he’ll make $3.095 million this year. After they signed him [more]

Jim Irsay buys John Lennon’s piano

One of the benefits of being a billionaire is having money to burn on discretionary purchases. Colts owner Jim Irsay does precisely that from time to time. Via TMZ.com, Irsay recently plunked down $718,750 for John Lennon’s piano. (Unless, of course, the piano belonged not to John Lennon the musician but Jon Lennon the periodontist.) [more]

Josh Jacobs loses H-O-R-S-E to Frank Reich

Alabama running back Josh Jacobs visited the Eagles, Ravens and Colts. He seemed to enjoy his trip to Indianapolis most. “The Colts’ [visit] was definitely fun because I played basketball with [Frank Reich] and [Nick Sirianni],” Jacobs said on Ian Rapoport’s podcast, via the Indianapolis Star. The Colts’ head coach and offensive coordinator held their [more]

Geneo Grissom visits Lions

Free agent defensive lineman Geneo Grissom visited the Lions on Thursday, Howard Balzer reports. Grissom, 26, spent most of the past four seasons with the Patriots. The Colts signed him before the postseason, and he played in both of the team’s playoff games. Grissom has appeared in 38 games in his career, making nine tackles [more]

Monday Night Football slate kicks off with Texans and Saints

A pair of 2018 playoff teams will square off in the first Monday night game of the 2019 season. The NFL’s schedule was released on Wednesday night and it shows that the Texans will be in New Orleans to face the Saints on Monday Night Football in Week One. In addition to that game, the [more]

Corey Liuget, Al Woods visit Seahawks

Defensive tackles Corey Liuget and Al Woods have visited the Seahawks, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll desires a run-stuffing defensive tackle, so Seattle is kicking the tires on the best available free agents. At No. 44, Liuget is one of the highest remaining players on PFT’s top-100 free agents. He previously [more]

Darius Leonard loses weight to try to win more

Darius Leonard weighed 234 pounds when the Colts made him the 36th overall choice a year ago. He finished the season in the 217-218 range. The linebacker now weighs 221, hoping to keep it below 225 all season. “I’m not a typical linebacker,” Leonard said, via Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan. “I’m more of [more]

Andrew Luck enjoying an offseason that’s actually offseason

The last time Andrew Luck showed up for the offseason program, he couldn’t throw a football during a lengthy rehab from shoulder surgery. Also, the Colts were terrible. Now, he’s healthy, they’re coming off a surprising playoff appearance, and he actually had a chance to rest before reporting back. He made sure to take care [more]

Three Colts sign tenders with offseason program underway

The Colts gathered in Indianapolis for the first day of their offseason workouts on Monday and three of the team’s players used the occasion to sign their tender offers from the team. Safety Matthias Farley and wide receiver Chester Rogers signed their restricted free agent tenders while wide receiver Marcus Johnson took care of his [more]

Chris Ballard looking for “some argument” in Colts draft room

The Colts continued their preparations for the draft on Saturday by inviting local prospects to their facility for workouts and visiting with former Notre Dame defensive lineman Jerry Tillery. Most of the rest of their work leading up to the start of the draft on April 25 will come behind closed doors, however. That’s where [more]

Shoulder healed, Jerry Tillery makes the rounds before the draft

Notre Dame defensive tackle Jerry Tillery had shoulder surgery last month, and he’s now healed and ready for the draft. Per a league source, Tillery’s recent return to Indianapolis for a medical recheck went well. He had played eight games last year with a torn labrum. His pre-draft visits include the Saints, Bucs, Eagles, Colts, [more]

Colts bring Josh Jacobs in for a visit

Even though the Colts had a huge pile of salary cap space, they didn’t go out and spend it on a free agent running back (even though one was openly lobbying them). Part of that is because they like Marlon Mack. But part of it could also be they prefer to keep players at a [more]

Miles Sanders drawing lots of interest

Penn State running back Miles Sanders is a popular man. He has visits with five teams and workouts with eight others. He has traveled to or will travel to Philadelphia, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Buffalo, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Sanders also will workout for the Bears as well as the Texans, Cowboys, [more]

Colts, Buccaneers, Lions, Giants among teams meeting with Brian Burns

The pass rushing skills that Brian Burns showed at Florida State have put him into a group of defensive players generally expected to be selected in the first round of the draft later this month. He’s probably not going to go as high as Nick Bosa or Josh Allen, but he said on Chris Simms [more]

Colts host Spencer Ware

The Colts have Marlon Mack, Nyheim Hines and Jordan Wilkins in their backfield, but they are not done looking. Indianapolis kicked the tires on former Chiefs running back Spencer Ware, hosting him for a free agent visit, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Ware, 27, visited the Lions last month. The Seahawks made Ware a sixth-round [more]

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