INDIANAPOLIS – What are players up to now that the NFL offseason has begun for the Colts?
Butler is an interesting follow on social media. Here he comments on the Colts "Throwback Thursday" tweet from this week where they posted a picture of a young Andrew Luck. Butler is a free agent in 2015.
You think Mathis is itching back to get on the field next year? The Achilles rehab for Mathis isn't going to be easy but this a guy that has spent much of his career trying to silence doubters.
Most All-American centers don't have to wait until pick No. 226 to be chosen in the draft. That was the case though for Shipley and he can relate to Wilson. At just 6-1, Shipley was downgraded by many scouts due to his height but he has clearly found a role since being drafted in 2009.
The rookie Moncrief enters his first full NFL offseason. He's back in Mississippi following a 2014 campaign where he showed plenty of promise. With Hakeem Nicks and Reggie Wayne hitting free agency this offseason, Moncrief's role could be entirely different in 2015.
Jones' reaction to the news of Chud becoming the Associate Head Coach for 2015 shows just how the former Browns head coach impacts both sides of the ball. Jones is now out in Arizona watching his brother Chandler (Patriots defensive end) play in Sunday's Super Bowl.
Davis got his first Pro Bowl experience last week. It's been quite the three-year run for Davis in Indianapolis with both parties greatly benefited from the other's presence.
Hilton found the end zone in last Sunday's Pro Bowl and put a stamp on a tremendous third NFL season. He will now rest up a hamstring injury he played through late in the year before the Colts receivers and Andrew Luck gather this offseason.