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News Week-In-Review: Pro Bowl Week

Posted Jan 24, 2014

Intro: Here’s a look back on the Colts news of the week with the organization heavily represented at this week’s Pro Bowl.



INDIANAPOLIS – The Colts offseason is upon us and that led the organization in multiple directions this week.

The coaches along with a trio of players are in Hawaii for the Pro Bowl and the personnel department was in Mobile, Ala. for this week’s Senior Bowl.

Here’s a look at the news of the week:

Monday, January 20:

(Article)-Ryan Grigson and his staff hit the road this week to find future Colts.

Tuesday, January 21:


(Article)-How has Jerrell Freeman transformed himself from a Canadian Football Leaguer into a top NFL linebacker?

(Article)-Who are the Colts 2014 unrestricted free agents?

Wednesday, January 23:


(Article)-This week's #ColtsMailbag was broken down into a part one and two.

(Article)-What teams are heading to Lucas Oil Stadium for the 2014 Colts season?

(Article)-How did the Pro Bowl draft unfold for Andrew Luck and Robert Mathis?

(Video)-Check out Robert Mathis trade from Team Sanders to Team Rice.


Thursday, January 24:

(Article)-A look at the 2014 Colts away slate.

(Photos)-Our Throwback Thursday takes a trip back to the 2006 Super Bowl Media day.

Friday, January 25:


(Article)-Reggie Wayne is very fond of what he saw from the Colts young receivers this season.

(Article)-Will Marvin Harrison be inducted into the 2014 Pro Bowl class?

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