|Craig Kelley is in his 29th season with the Colts and his third as director of media content. Kelley spent the previous 12 seasons as vice president of public relations. He joined the Colts in January of 1985 as assistant director of public relations before being promoted to director of public relations in 1987.
Intro: This Wednesday, mailbag readers inquire about the play of the offensive line this season, an early look at the upcoming free agency and when a running back should be drafted next April.
Intro: By far the biggest game of 2016 for the Colts will come on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. What has changed since the last time the Colts (6-6) and Texans (6-6) met this season?
Intro: Along with a slew of skill players shining on Monday Night Football, ESPN color announcer Jon Gruden wanted to acknowledge the play of rookie Joe Haeg, who played two positions in Week 13. Haeg was named the “Gruden Grinder” at the end of the team’s 41-10 win over the Jets.
Intro: With D’Qwell Jackson suspended for the rest of the regular season, the Colts will turn to 2015 undrafted free agent Edwin Jackson and rookie Antonio Morrison in the middle of their defense.
On Wednesday afternoon, Colts head coach Chuck Pagano introduced offensive lineman Joe Reitz as the team’s nominee for the NFL’s 2016 Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.
Intro: After pushing things back a little on Wednesday schedule wise, the Colts had a lighter afternoon practice coming off the Monday night game. Here’s a look at the first injury report of a critical Week 14 contest with the Texans.