How Colts are preparing for Lamar Jackson, new-look Ravens offense
The last time the Colts and Ravens squared off, Lamar Jackson had a career day, notching over 500 scrimmage yards and scoring four touchdowns.
Colts-Ravens preview: Gardner Minshew tags in, will be tasked with handling Ravens' aggressive defense in Week 3
Anthony Richardson (concussion) will not play on Sunday in Baltimore.
Colts rule out QB Anthony Richardson, C Ryan Kelly for Week 3 game vs. Baltimore Ravens
Head coach Shane Steichen made the announcement on Friday.
Opposition Research: Talking the Ravens with Clifton Brown of BaltimoreRavens.com
The Colts play the Ravens this Sunday at 1:00 p.m. EST. The last time these teams played each other was Week 5 of the 2021 season.
Practice notebook: Colts' 4-as-1 pass rush coming together with Lamar Jackson, Ravens up next
The Colts enter Week 3 with the fifth-most sacks in the NFL thanks to a consistently impactful collective pass rush.
Colts Mailbag: NFL power rankings, Anthony Richardson update, Shaquille Leonard's impact on defense
The Colts mailbag is back for Week 3 with questions on the NFL landscape, Anthony Richardson's status and more ahead of Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium.
Colts sign G Dakoda Shepley to practice squad, place CB Isaac Taylor-Stuart on Practice Squad Injured list.
The Colts made the following moves on Thursday.
Practice notebook: Anthony Richardson, Ryan Kelly in concussion protocol, do not participate Wednesday
Richardson and Kelly exited Sunday's game against the Houston Texans due to concussions.
Zack Moss' 'grinder' mentality bringing physical attitude, and hidden yardage, to Colts' offense
Moss' ability to evade tackles and churn out extra yards after contact had a significant impact on the Colts in his 2023 debut last weekend.
How Gardner Minshew earned the trust of the Colts locker room
Entering last Sunday's game after Anthony Richardson's injury, Minshew completed over 80 percent of this throws and threw a touchdown pass.
Defensive coordinator Gus Bradley says Colts run defense will be 'put to the test' this Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens
Through the first two games of the season, the Colts have a league-best 83.5 run defense grade, per Pro Football Focus.