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2022 NFL Combine Notebook: Indianapolis Making Strong Push To Host Combine In 2023, 2024
Indianapolis is one of three cities that will bid to host the NFL Combine in 2023 and 2024, and despite widespread support from those involved in this year's event, it could head to Dallas or Los Angeles in the near future.
2022 NFL Combine Notebook: T.Y. Hilton's Future, Chris Ballard's Approach To Free Agency
While Chris Ballard and Frank Reich's press conferences on Tuesday mostly focused on the Colts' future at quarterback, they also discussed T.Y. Hilton's desire to keep playing, the team's approach in free agency and what's next at a few key positions.
2020 NFL Scouting Combine Snubs To Keep An Eye On
Every year, players who were not invited to the annual NFL Scouting Combine go on to make an impact with teams that give them a chance at the next level. This year should be no different, so here are 10 players who were not in attendance at the 2020 Combine but could still make an impact in the NFL.
Colts At The 2020 Combine: Heavyweights, Up-And-Comers, Top Performers
The 2020 NFL Scouting Combine is in the books for 337 NFL Draft hopefuls after several days of interviews, medical tests, media sessions and, finally, working out on the field at Lucas Oil Stadium. Here is how it all went down.
Colts At The 2020 Combine: Chris Ballard 1-on-1
Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard this week sat down with Colts.com's Larra Overton for a one-on-one interview at the NFL Scouting Combine. What did he have to say about his staff's efforts at the Combine, building the draft board, Anthony Castonzo's potential return and more?
Colts At The 2020 Combine: Frank Reich Takeaways
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich on Tuesday spoke to reporters at the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine. What were the main takeaways on the return of Anthony Castonzo, his full evaluations from the 2019 season, changes to the coaching staff and much more?
Top Takeaways: Jim Irsay Talks Colts' Offseason, Combine In Indy
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay on Sunday held a press conference at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center, where he discussed the upcoming NFL Scouting Combine and its place in Indianapolis as well as several items about the Colts' offseason.
Frank Reich 1-on-1: On Coaching Additions, Combine, Bouncing Back
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich this week sat down with Colts.com's Larra Overton as the team gets ready for next week's NFL Scouting Combine in Indy. What's the latest on the newest coaching staff additions and changes, combine approaches and how the team plans to bounce back in 2020?
NFL Scouting Combine To Remain In Indianapolis Through 2021
The National Football League announced today that the NFL Scouting Combine will remain in Indianapolis through 2021, "with a series of annual options beyond that." Some televised portions of the drills will also move to later in the day and into primetime.
2019 Combine Snubs To Keep An Eye On
Every year, the NFL Draft features its share of draft hopefuls who will shine in the NFL despite not being invited to the Scouting Combine, which wrapped up on Monday in Indianapolis. Here are the top players to keep an eye on this draft season who were not in attendance at this year's Combine .
Colts At The Combine: 'Week In And Week Out,' Deandre Baker Craves Matchups Against Top Receivers
Georgia cornerback Deandre Baker has the capability to be both a ballhawk and a shutdown defender in the NFL. Baker brings the speed, athleticism and toughness that the Colts covet all over the field.
Colts At The Combine: Is A.J. Brown The 'Dog' That Colts Need At Receiver?
While speaking at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine this week, Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich mentioned that the team could use another "dog" at the receiver position. Could Ole Miss receiver A.J. Brown be just what they need?
337 Top College Prospects Invited To 2019 NFL Scouting Combine
The 2019 NFL Scouting Combine, which takes place Feb. 26 through March 4 in and around Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, will feature more than 300 of college football's top prospects as they try to make a final impression before the NFL Draft.