|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: This Wednesday, mailbag readers inquire about the fit for Antonio Cromartie, who is leading for the final few wide receiver spots and what the lineup at running back looks like behind Frank Gore.
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: How might the weapon of Pat McAfee on kickoffs be used differently in 2016 due to a new touchback rule?
Intro: The Colts concluded their practice for Eagles week on Thursday. What did Chuck Pagano and Henry Anderson have to say looking ahead to Saturday night’s preseason contest at Lucas Oil Stadium?
Intro: Andrew Luck’s first action of 2016 went according to script with new offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski seeing the offseason work come to fruition for No. 12.
Intro: In Week Two of the preseason, we saw the Colts utilize crossing routes to their advantage. Is this an element of the offense we are going to see more of in 2016?
Intro: Colts fans know all too well what Antonio Cromartie has done to them from opposing sidelines. Now, Cromartie is a Colt and that’s more than okay with Robert Mathis.