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Duron Carter will keep playing CB in Canada, for now

Duron Carter, the son of Hall of Famer Cris Carter who has had a cup of coffee with the Colts, continues to play in Canada. But he’s no longer just a receiver. Carter has been lining up on defense lately, playing cornerback for the Saskatchewan RoughRiders. Last night, Montreal receiver Chris Williams ran right by Carter [more]

NFL announces Robert Turbin’s four-game suspension

Colts running back Robert Turbin beat the NFL to the punch, announcing the league would announce later Friday he had tested positive for a banned substance. It’s officially official: The league announced it has suspended Turbin for four games for violating the NFL policy on performance-enhancing substances. Turbin is eligible to participate in all preseason [more]

Robert Turbin announces his positive PED test

Colts running back Robert Turbin beat the league to the Friday afternoon news dump. He announced on his Twitter account that he tested positive for a banned substance under the league’s performance enhancing drug policy. He did not say how long his suspension is, but the NFL is expected to announce a four-game ban. His [more]

Colts QB Andrew Luck continues to throw without pain

A year ago, Colts owner Jim Irsay continually set expectations that quarterback Andrew Luck would return to the field sooner than later. Those expectations were not able to be fulfilled by Luck’s surgically repaired shoulder. This offseason has been different with Luck seemingly making steady progress as he moves toward getting back in an NFL [more]

Colts sign second-rounder Braden Smith

The Colts signed second-round pick Braden Smith today, giving them 10 of their 11 picks under contract. Smith, a guard from Auburn, was the 37th overall pick, one of the selections they acquired from the Jets in the trade down from the third overall pick to sixth. Smith’s also part of a significant overhaul for [more]

Andrew Luck: Pre-camp workouts with WRs “part of the plan”

Former Colts quarterback Peyton Manning missed an entire season due to a neck injury during his playing career and he used that experience to offer some advice to current Colts quarterback Andrew Luck when it comes to his attempt to return from the right shoulder injury that kept him out for all of last season. [more]

How much time will Andrew Luck need to get back his timing?

When Peyton Manning missed all of the Colts’ training camp in 2008, it showed in his play early that season. He returned from a bursa sac injury in his knee to throw 10 touchdowns, nine interceptions, a 79 passer rating and a 3-4 record. It was very un-Peyton-like. “When Peyton came back it was a [more]

Quenton Nelson showing up “all over the tape” to Colts head coach Frank Reich

Indianapolis Colts guard Quenton Nelson was billed as one of the top offensive line prospects to come out of college football in quite some time. Nelson was selected with the No. 6 overall pick by the Colts in this year’s NFL Draft and became the highest guard drafted since the Arizona Cardinals took Leonard Davis [more]

Peyton Manning prepared for Drew Brees to breaks his passing records

Peyton Manning owns NFL records for passing yards and passing touchdowns. He knows he won’t hold either for much longer. Drew Brees trails Manning by only 1,495 yards and by 51 touchdowns. “He’s just been the ultimate pro, taking care of himself, being in great shape,” Manning said Friday, via video from the Times-Picayune. “It’s [more]

Tre Boston says he got “very, very disrespectful” offer from Cardinals

Tre Boston is one of several free agent safeties still looking for work this offseason, although Boston did get at least one offer from a team. Boston visited with the Colts and Cardinals this offseason, but told Sirius XM NFL Radio that his visit with the Colts didn’t include any time with General Manager Chris [more]

Jack Mewhort believes he’ll be “playing at a high level” after knee problems

Offensive lineman Jack Mewhort has missed 17 of the 32 games that the Colts played over the last two seasons because of knee injuries, but the team still re-signed him shortly after the start of free agency this offseason. Mewhort said that it is “an unreal feeling” to get that show of support from the [more]

Former Cardinals QB Ryan Lindley takes graduate assistant job with San Diego State

Former Arizona Cardinals quarterback Ryan Lindley is returning to his alma mater to serve on the team’s coaching staff. San Diego State announced Thursday that Lindley was joining Rocky Long’s coaching staff as a graduate assistant secondary coach. Lindley was a sixth-round pick of the Cardinals in 2012 and appeared in nine games with six [more]

Cowboys make no secret of their desire to host combine

The Cowboys have hosted the Super Bowl and the NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium. Indianapolis isn’t going to like this, but the Cowboys want a chance to hold the Scouting Combine at their training facility in Frisco. “Yes, I believe we can have the combine here,” Cowboys executive vice president Jerry Jones Jr. said, via [more]

Training camp reporting dates for all 32 teams

The end of offseason programs around the league last week have all 32 teams looking forward to training camp and the start of the push to the regular season. All 32 teams have now announced the reporting dates for training camp. Many teams will have their rookies report ahead of their veterans and all teams [more]

Colts get creative to sell tickets

The Colts have had a hard time selling season tickets, so they’ll be selling half-season tickets. The team announced on Thursday that a pair of five-game packages will be available next week. “In today’s demanding world, consumers have more choices than ever for their entertainment dollars,” Colts’ chief sales & marketing officer Roger VanDerSnick said [more]

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