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Drew Brees on injury report with right elbow issue, fully participates in practice

The Saints made a notable addition to their injury report after Friday’s practice. Quarterback Drew Brees landed on the list due to a right elbow issue. Brees was a full participant in the session, so it wouldn’t appear to affect his availability for Monday’s game against the Colts. The Saints will practice again on Saturday [more]

Get used to seeing the Ravens more often

The Ravens have taken the NFL by storm this year, led by the uncanny skills of quarterback Lamar Jackson. As the NFL draws up its plans for 2020, the Ravens and Jackson will surely be in the center of the league’s radar screen. The Ravens undoubtedly will get the maximum number of prime-time games, given [more]

T.Y. Hilton to return to the practice field today

In case you were wondering about T.Y. Hilton‘s value to the Colts, their 1-9 record in games without him since he joined the team should say enough. So when he said yesterday he intended to play again this year, it meant something. Via Zak Keefer of, the veteran wideout is going to return to [more]

NFL announces nominees for Walter Payton Man of the Year Award

The NFL has announced this year’s nominees for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award given each year to a player based on their philanthropic and community work. There’s one nominee per team, each of whom will receive a donation of up to $50,000 to a charity of their choice. The winner of the [more]

T.Y. Hilton plans on playing again this year, refusing to “quit” on his team

Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton has played only once in the past six games. A nagging calf injury has limited him to 25 offensive snaps and three catches for 18 yards since being injured in a Week Eight win over the Broncos. He may or may not play again this week, but Hilton plans on playing [more]

Adam Vinatieri: In hindsight, I would have had offseason knee surgery

Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri is having season-ending knee surgery and he said Tuesday that he probably should have gone in for an operation a while ago. Vinatieri had knee trouble last year, but opted not to have surgery during the offseason or after the issue recurred during the summer. He took anti-inflammatory medication without solving [more]

Colts bring back Dontrelle Inman

The Colts opted against re-signing wide receiver Dontrelle Inman after the 2018 season, but he has found his way back to Indianapolis. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the team is signing Inman on Tuesday. Inman signed with the Patriots in May, but asked for and received his release in August. He signed with [more]

Colts put Parris Campbell and Adam Vinatieri on IR

Football coaches like to say that injuries aren’t an excuse. In the case of the Colts this year, it’s a reasonable excuse. The team announced that veteran kicker Adam Vinatieri had been placed on injured reserve, along with wide receiver Parris Campbell. Vinatieri’s having season-ending knee surgery, which brings his worst season to a merciful [more]

Adam Vinatieri having knee surgery, out for season

Adam Vinatieri‘s worst NFL season is ending on an operating table. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Colts kicker will undergo surgery to repair his knee injury, and will be placed on injured reserve. Vinatieri struggled to career-worst accuracy numbers this year, hitting just 17-of-25 field goals (68.0 percent) and 22-of-28 extra points (78.6 [more]

AFC playoff picture: Week 15 to spotlight AFC South, Wild Card races

When the NFL scheduled the Texans and Titans to play twice in the final three weeks of the season, it couldn’t have known that the divisional race would come down to those matchups. That’s how things have worked out, though. The Texans have gone 4-3 over their last seven games while the Titans have gone [more]

Jameis Winston has “slight crack” in thumb; Mike Evans’ hamstring “not good”

Jameis Winston threw for the third-most yards in team history, lighting up Indianapolis for 456. Only Vinny Testaverde (469 vs. Indianapolis in 1988) and Doug Williams (486 vs. the Vikings in 1980) ever threw for more in a single game in a Bucs uniform. Winston also added to his league-leading interception total with three more, [more]

Bucs come back to beat the Colts

Jameis Winston put up big numbers. In both directions. As a result, he had to come back to create a dramatic 38-35 win over the Colts. Winston threw for 456 yards and four touchdowns, after leaving the game briefly to get a right hand injury checked out. But he also threw three interceptions, and Colts [more]

Ryan Griffin in at quarterback for Bucs

Jameis Winston had a pretty remarkable first half, but wasn’t able to start the second. The Bucs opened the second half with Ryan Griffin at quarterback, while Winston was in the locker room. Moments later, Winston emerged and was throwing passes on the sidelines with team staffers. He was announced as questionable to return with [more]

Colts back on top, with pick-six by Darius Leonard

The Colts and Buccaneers are playing an entertaining game. Entertaining is not always the same as good. Darius Leonard just returned a Jameis Wintston interception 80 yards for a touchdown, and a 24-14 Colts lead in the second quarter. It was Leonard’s second interception of the day, and the third turnover for the Bucs. But [more]

Bucs storm back with big play, but Mike Evans hurt

The Buccaneers overcame their own early turnovers to take a lead against the Colts. But they lost their guy best able to make a big play. Wide receiver Mike Evans just gave them a 14-10 lead over the Colts with a 61-yard touchdown, but immediately went to the locker room. He has since been announced [more]

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