The Last Word: Free Agency Needs
Jeffrey Gorman and Matt Taylor are back to discuss the offseason's biggest storylines: key positions of need and important free agents. The guys also welcome in Colts offensive coordinator Marcus Brady to relive his experience as the winning head coach in the East/West Shrine Bowl game.
The Last Word: Training Camp Preview
Jeffrey Gorman and Matt Taylor are back this week on The Last Word with a full preview of Colts training camp starting next week. The guys take a look at who has the leg up to fill out the wide receiver depth, start at left tackle and safety, and if Rodrigo Blankenship has to prove himself again in camp to be the team's kicker in 2022. We also hear from Stephanie Pemberton, the Vice President of Marketing for the Colts, who explains all the events for fans surrounding Colts camp at Grand Park in Westfield.
The Last Word: Linebacker Questions
The Last Word returns this week with Matt Taylor and Casey Vallier's training camp preview of the Colts linebackers. Will Darius Leonard be able to partake in camp? Can he take his game to even greater heights in 2022? What's in store for Bobby Okereke heading into his 4th season? What kind of depth sits behind the starters? All of these questions and more are answered on this week's show! Lastly, the crew sits down with Bobby Okereke to discuss a new defensive scheme, areas where he needed to improve following last season, and becoming more of a leader heading into year 4.
The Last Word: Secondary Questions
The Last Word returns this week with Jeffrey Gorman and Matt Taylor discussing burning questions in the Colts secondary. Who replaces recently retired Khari Willis? Will Julian Blackmon be a full go for training camp? Who will be the third cornerback in nickel packages? Lastly, we hear from safety Rodney McLeod on how his acclimation process has gone since coming to the Colts and get his thoughts on the talent in the secondary.
The Last Word: Defensive Line Questions
Jeffrey Gorman and Matt Taylor are back on this week's edition of The Last Word discussing the Colts training camp schedule announced this week and the burning questions on the defensive line to start the season. The guys weigh in on the potential impact of Yannick Ngakoue, the steady production of DeForest Buckner, and the jump that Kwity Paye could take in year two. Lastly, we hear from Buckner on the importance of the offseason workout program and what he thinks of Gus Bradley's defense.
The Last Word: Offensive Line Questions
The Last Word returns this week with Jeffrey Gorman and Matt Taylor discussing the life and career of former Colt Tony Siragusa, burning questions along the offensive line such as who starts at left tackle, is Danny Pinter ready to take over at right guard, and what kind of depth does the team have upfront heading into training camp? We also hear from Pinter regarding his big chance to start and what it's been like working with quarterback Matt Ryan so far this offseason.
The Last Word: Breaking Down the Receivers
Jeffrey Gorman and Casey Vallier talk safety Khari Willis' retirement, biggest takeaways from Colts veteran minicamp and OTAs, and dive into the receiver group prior to Training Camp. Matt Taylor catches up with Parris Campbell about heading into a contract year, injuries, and more, on this edition of The Last Word.
The Last Word: Top Takeaways From 2022 Minicamp & OTAs
The Last Word returns this week with Jeffrey Gorman and Matt Taylor as they recap veteran minicamp and offseason training activities. They discuss the impact of Matt Ryan on the Colts, who stood out this offseason and the impact of Darius Leonard's back injury. The guys also speak with linebacker E.J. Speed who received a ton of reps with the first team defense this offseason.
The Last Word: Burning Questions
The Last Word returns with Jeffrey Gorman and Matt Taylor as the fellas discuss who's standing out so far through two weeks of OTAs. The guys also dive into the running back burning questions this offseason surrounding Jonathan Taylor's workload for 2022, Nyhiem Hines' role for next season and who fills out the last few spots at that position. And lastly, we hear from Nyhiem Hines regarding how his offseason is going, how he's meshing with Matt Ryan and what he expects from himself heading into year five in Indy.