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Frank Reich: NFL coaches have obligation to set mask example

Colts coach Frank Reich acknowledges that wearing a mask while coaching is not convenient, and is difficult to maintain. He is also aware that is not remotely the point. Via Joel Erickson of the Indianapolis Star, Reich said he thought the visibility of his job made it important for coaches to be seen wearing masks during [more]

Joe Flacco has full practice for first time

In early August, after a visit to the neck surgeon, Joe Flacco was expected to return in mid-September. It’s mid-September (or late September) and the Jets backup quarterback is back. Flacco had a full practice for the first time this season. He has full medical clearance to return to action. Flacco underwent neck surgery in [more]

Jets promote Josh Malone, put Arthur Maulet on IR

The Jets added a healthy wide receiver to their 53-man roster on Tuesday. Josh Malone has been signed off of the practice squad after a pair of temporary promotions in the first two weeks of the regular season. Cornerback Arthur Maulet was placed on injured reserve in a corresponding move. Malone joins Braxton Berrios and [more]

Darius Leonard threw his glove to a fan, with his wedding ring inside

After Sunday’s win over the Vikings, Colts linebacker Darius Leonard threw his gloves to a young fan. But what Leonard didn’t realize was that his wedding ring had come off and was in his glove. Leonard said on ESPN today that he didn’t realize he had lost his ring until he showered and was getting [more]

Colts put Parris Campbell, Malik Hooker on IR

Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell avoided a torn ACL in last Sunday’s game, but he won’t avoid a stay on the injured reserve list. The Colts announced that Campbell has been placed on injured reserve Tuesday. The wideout is dealing with a PCL injury in his knee and will miss at least three weeks while [more]

Parris Campbell suffered PCL injury

The hits keep coming for the Colts. According to Mike Chappell of, Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell suffered damage to the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) in his left knee, and will be sidelined indefinitely. While not as bad as a torn ACL, it’s still a significant injury. That news comes along with the torn [more]

Malik Hooker tore his Achilles on Sunday

Colts defensive tackle DeForest Buckner said that the team’s defensive performance against the Vikings was just a taste of what’s to come this season. Future bites are going to be taken without safety Malik Hooker. Per multiple reports, Hooker has been diagnosed with a torn Achilles that will keep him out for the rest of [more]

DeForest Buckner calls Sunday’s game “a little taste” of what Colts defense can do

The Colts were a surprising loser in Week One as Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew went 19-of-20 and threw three touchdowns to lead his team to a 27-20 win. Week Two saw better work from the Indianapolis defense. They held the Vikings to 175 yards while picking off three passes, posting three sacks and recording a [more]

Mike Zimmer on offense: Right now we’re not good at anything

Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins flirted with a 0.0 quarterback rating for much of Sunday’s 28-11 loss to the Colts before finishing the afternoon with a slightly more robust 15.9 mark. That’s an easy shorthand to know that Sunday’s outing was a frightful one for Cousins and the rest of the Vikings Offense. They managed 175 [more]

Report: Parris Campbell did not tear ACL, will have MRI on Monday

Colts receiver Parris Campbell was carted off with a knee injury during Sunday’s victory over the Vikings. The team’s worst fears weren’t realized, though. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports Campbell did not tear his anterior cruciate ligament. Campbell will undergo an MRI on Monday to determine the extent. Colts coach Frank Reich did not [more]

Colts dominate Vikings in 28-11 victory

The Vikings led 3-0 after a long opening drive. Then, they didn’t. The Colts scored 28 unanswered points before Minnesota ever scored again. It was total domination by Indianapolis in its home opener. The Colts won easily 28-11, rolling to 354 yards, intercepting Kirk Cousins three times and holding the Vikings to 175 yards. Cousins [more]

Colts get TD, safety, two field goals for 15-3 halftime lead over Vikings

Kirk Cousins was sacked for a safety for the second time in two weeks, and the Colts dominated the Vikings in the first half. It could be worse as Philip Rivers threw an interception after the Colts had reached the Minnesota 11, and T.Y. Hilton later dropped a touchdown pass after getting wide open. As [more]

Several coaches still aren’t wearing their masks

The NFL huffed and puffed last week. The question now becomes whether the league office will blow up anyone’s wallets. Although Thursday night’s game between the Bengals and Browns showed a “night and day” difference regarding compliance with the coaching mask mandate, the early Sunday games have plenty of images of plenty of coaches not [more]

Jonathan Taylor’s touchdown run gives Colts 7-3 lead

The Vikings and Colts are not having any problem getting in the red zone. The end zone is harder to come by. The Vikings drove to the Colts 3 on their first drive but had to settle for a chip-shot Dan Bailey field goal and a 3-0 lead. The Colts responded with a 67-yard drive [more]

Parris Campbell exits on cart with knee injury

The Colts undoubtedly won’t have receiver Parris Campbell for the rest of today’s game againt the Vikings. The question becomes how long he’ll be out. After a catching a pass on the first Indy drive of the day, Campbell was hit low by Vikings safety Harrison Smith. Campbell instantly grabbed his left knee. He hopped [more]

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