|My name is Kevin Bowen and this is my third year working for the Colts organization after growing up in central Indiana for my entire life. In 2012, I graduated from Indiana University. During my four years at IU, I wrote for the Indiana Daily Student as a beat writer for a variety of sports teams including the men's basketball team in 2011-2012. Furthermore, I also co-hosted and co-produced a weekly sports talk show called the ‘Red Zone’ on IU's WIUX student radio station. In my free time, I enjoy playing golf and am an avid fan of virtually all sports with a strong affinity for the University of Notre Dame.
Intro: In Saturday’s mailbag, readers inquire about where Clayton Geathers will line up in 2017, a closer look at Stephen Morris/Scott Tolzien and the future for Ryan Grigson in the NFL.
Intro: Each week Colts.com will take a look at a significant play from the previous week’s contest. This week’s installment examines Coby Fleener running free down the middle of the field for a 57-yard touchdown against the Titans.
Intro: After the Colts made their eight selections in the 2017 NFL Draft, Owner Jim Irsay met with the media to give his thoughts on an eventful offseason for the Colts.
Intro: After trading back in Round Four, the Colts acquired a fifth-round pick from the San Francisco 49ers. With pick No. 161 overall, the Colts chose Northwestern linebacker Anthony Walker, Jr.
Intro: With their original fifth-round selection (No. 158 overall), the Colts took Temple cornerback Nate Hairston. The pick of Hairston was the second cornerback the Colts chose in 2017.
Intro: The compensatory pick the Colts gained in 2017 went to Albany State defensive lineman Grover Stewart in Saturday’s fourth round of the NFL Draft.
Intro: It was a busy fourth round for the Indianapolis Colts. The second offensive player came with running back Marlon Mack from South Florida at pick No. 143.