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Jaguars, Seahawks, Bills among Rashan Gary’s visits

Former Michigan defensive lineman Rashan Gary is making his way through a good number of the league’s 32 teams on his pre-draft visits. Gary said last month that the Raiders, 49ers, Jets, Giants and Bengals were on his list of visits and he updated his itinerary during an appearance on Chris Simms Unbuttoned this week. [more]

Colts re-sign J’Marcus Webb

Tackle J'Marcus Webb‘s run in the Colts lineup came to an early end last season, but he’ll be back to try for a longer run this time around. The Colts announced on Friday that Webb has re-signed with the team. It’s an earlier start with the team than Webb had last season. He signed in [more]

Jim Irsay’s goal: Win three Super Bowls in a row

Colts owner Jim Irsay has lofty goals for his franchise. Irsay identified winning three Super Bowls in a row as his goal, and he said it’s something he thinks about with the current roster the Colts have assembled. “I really feel like this is a young team that’s ascending,” he said, via the Indianapolis Star. [more]

Colts claim Derrick Kindred

The Browns waived safety Derrick Kindred on Monday and he didn’t have to wait long to find a new home for the 2019 season. Per multiple reports, the Colts have claimed Kindred and added him to their 90-man roster. Kindred was a fourth-round pick by the Browns in 2016 and played a regular role in [more]

Antonio Morrison was cited for interfering with a flight before being released by Packers

Former Packers linebacker Antonio Morrison had a rough month of March. A week before being released by the Packers, Morrison was cited for interfering with a flight from Milwaukee to Las Vegas. Via Michael Cohen of, a flight attendant questioned passengers about the placement of a bag under a vacant seat. Morrison, who later [more]

Frank Reich said “please get this guy” about Devin Funchess

The Colts moved quickly to sign wide receiver Devin Funchess when free agency opened this month and some might have seen that as a reaction to a weak group of free agent wideouts. Colts head coach Frank Reich said otherwise this week, however. Funchess’ middling production didn’t stop Reich from saying “please, let’s get this [more]

Marlon Mack the No. 1 back in Colts’ running back by committee

The Colts didn’t try to trade for Le'Veon Bell. They didn’t attempt to sign Mark Ingram. They did bring in Jay Ajayi for a visit last week, but he remains unsigned. The Colts standing pat at the position affirms their feelings about Marlon Mack. While the Colts will continue with their running back-by-committee approach, Mack [more]

Who are the NFL’s most unique players of all time?

The retirement of Gronk removes a genuinely unique player from the NFL. That sparked Thursday’s PFT Live draft: Who are the most memorable NFL unicorns? Simms, who seems to have adopted Big Cat’s strategy of trying to win these drafts by repeatedly and loudly declaring victory, blew it from the get-go. And then he made [more]

Robert Mathis leaves Colts’ coaching staff, remains a team consultant

Colts assistant coach Robert Mathis has decided to step away. Mathis, who said at the start of this offseason that he was excited for the potential of the defense in Indianapolis this season, is no longer on the staff. Colts head coach Frank Reich said Mathis will remain with the team as a consultant. “Yeah, [more]

Deiontrez Mount accused of assaulting Uber driver

Free agent linebacker Deiontrez Mount allegedly assaulted an Uber driver on Sunday morning in Denver. According to Stephanie Butzer of The Denver Channel, Mount was cited for simple assault and released after an incident that occurred around 6 a.m. Mount and another person had been traveling in an Uber when Mount cancelled the ride. The [more]

Jim Irsay: Talks with Peyton Manning about front office role were “close”

Peyton Manning continues to be in demand, whether it’s for television or football jobs. And Colts owner Jim Irsay detailed how close he came to bringing his former quarterback back as a front office man. According to Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star, Irsay said they had conversations about a future role beginning in November [more]

Jay Ajayi still talking to Eagles about a return

Jay Ajayi visited the Colts last week but left without a deal, and it might be some time before he gets one. Via Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News, agent Drew Rosenhaus said he was still maintaining discussions with the Eagles about the veteran running back possibly returning. Ajayi tore his ACL last October, [more]

Colts and Browns will have joint practices in preseason

The Colts and Browns are seeing each other in the preseason anyway, so they’re going to make a week of it. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns and Colts are going to have three days of joint practices in Indianapolis. The work will come before the second preseason game, [more]

Dontrelle Inman visiting Lions

Colts General Manager Chris Ballard said last week that the team was “still working through it” in reference to re-signing wide receiver Dontrelle Inman. Inman said earlier this year that he wants to stay with the Colts, but he’s not just waiting by the phone for Ballard to call. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports [more]

Al Woods visited Lions

Free agent defensive lineman Al Woods visited the Lions this week. Woods, 31, appeared in 14 games with the Colts last season with eight starts. He made 24 tackles. He has played nine seasons since the Saints made him a fourth-round pick in 2010. Woods has played games for the Buccaneers, Seahawks, Titans and Steelers [more]

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