After 17 Seasons, Philip Rivers Announces His Retirement From NFL
Philip Rivers, who just wrapped up his first season as the Indianapolis Colts' quarterback after spending the first 16 years of his illustrious career with the San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers, announced his retirement from the NFL today.
Nine Colts Players Receive PFWA Honors
The Pro Football Writers of America announced that Quenton Nelson, DeForest Buckner and George Odum earned PFWA All-NFL honors; Darius Leonard and Ryan Kelly were named to the PFWA All-AFC Team; Jonathan Taylor, Rodrigo Blankenship, Isaiah Rodgers and Jordan Glasgow made the PFWA All-Rookie Team
Colts' Frazier, Johnson, Overstreet II, Ross To Coach in East-West Shrine Bowl
At the conclusion of the NFL regular season, clubs nominated active assistant coaches who were reviewed by a panel of NFL Football Operations staff, East-West Shrine Bowl leadership and members of the NFL's General Managers Advisory Committee to serve as coaches for this year's event.
Top Takeaways: Chris Ballard's Year-End Press Conference
Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard today held his annual year-end press conference, in which he gave his thoughts on the 2020 season, as well as the future ahead for the team. What did he have to say about the quarterback position, including Philip Rivers' prospects for 2021, pending free agents like T.Y. Hilton and Xavier Rhodes and more?
Anthony Castonzo On His Retirement; What's The Future At Left Tackle For Colts?
Anthony Castonzo, who spent 10 seasons as the Indianapolis Colts' starting left tackle, announced his retirement from the NFL on Tuesday. What did he have to say to reporters about his decision? And what's next at the left tackle position for the Colts?
Anthony Castonzo Announces His Retirement From NFL
Indianapolis Colts tackle Anthony Castonzo announced today his retirement from the NFL. The 10-year veteran started all 144 career regular season games and eight postseason contests he appeared in with the Colts since being selected by the team in the first round (22nd overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft.
Self-Inflicted Wounds Costly For Colts In Season-Ending Loss To Bills
The Indianapolis Colts, the seventh seed in the AFC, gave the second-seeded Buffalo Bills all they could handle in Saturday's 2020 Wild Card Round matchup at Bills Stadium. But in the end, a series of self-inflicted wounds proved costly in Indy's narrow 27-24, season-ending loss.
Colts' Season Ends With 27-24 Loss To Bills In Wild Card Round
The No. 7-seed Indianapolis Colts on Sunday fell to the No. 2-seed Buffalo Bills, 27-24, on Saturday in their 2020 Wild Card Round matchup at Bills Stadium, ending their season. Here was the in-game updates, highlights and analysis.
DeForest Buckner, Khari Willis Active For Today's Wild Card Round Matchup Against Bills
DeForest Buckner, who was questionable coming into today's Wild Card Round matchup against the Buffalo Bills due to an ankle injury, is officially active for the game, as is safety Khari Willis, who missed the 2020 regular season finale with a concussion.
Colts Elevate RB Darius Anderson, T Jared Veldheer To Active Roster
The Indianapolis Colts today elevated running back Darius Anderson to the active roster from the practice squad as a COVID-19 replacement and elevated tackle Jared Veldheer to the active roster from the practice squad for Saturday's game against Buffalo. Indianapolis' active roster is now at 54 players.
Six Colts Players Named To AP All-Pro Team
The Associated Press today announced that Indianapolis Colts defensive tackle DeForest Buckner (First Team), center Ryan Kelly (Second Team), linebacker Darius Leonard (First Team), guard/center Quenton Nelson (First Team), safety George Odum (First Team) and long snapper Luke Rhodes (Second Team) were selected as NFL All-Pros.
2020 Colts Fantasy Review: Position By Position
While you can still hit up FanDuel for your one-week fantasy football fix, most traditional fantasy football seasons have now concluded with the end of the regular season. So let's take a position-by-position look at some of the top-scoring Indianapolis Colts' players and how they fared as fantasy football performers in 2020.
Colts Mailbag: Slowing Down Josh Allen & Bills' Passing Attack, Leaning On Jonathan Taylor, Philip Rivers' Postseason Experience
In this week's Colts Mailbag, readers inquire about how the Colts can try to slow down Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills' potent passing attack, why it'll be important to keep leaning on rookie running back Jonathan Taylor, the importance of Philip Rivers' postseason experience and much more.
2020 Colts Preview: Colts/Bills, Wild Card Round
The Indianapolis Colts (11-5) earned their ticket to the playoffs the hard way. Now the AFC's No. 7 seed travels to Orchard Park, N.Y., trying to make some noise in the Wild Card Round against one of the hottest teams in the NFL, the No. 2-seed Buffalo Bills. Check out the official game preview.
Will Holden, Rock Ya-Sin Ruled Out Saturday Against The Bills; DeForest Buckner Questionable
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said today that tackle Will Holden and cornerback Rock Ya-Sin have been ruled out of Saturday's 2020 Wild Card Round matchup against the Buffalo Bills at Bills Stadium. Defensive tackle DeForest Buckner is questionable, while safety Khari Willis has cleared the league's concussion protocol.
Players Of The Month: DeForest Buckner, Jonathan Taylor Capture League Honors
The NFL today announced that Indianapolis Colts defensive tackle DeForest Buckner has been named AFC Defensive Player of the Month for December and running back Jonathan Taylor has been named NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month for December. It marks the first time Buckner and Taylor have earned their respective Player of the Month honors.
Peyton Manning And Reggie Wayne Named Pro Football Hall Of Fame Finalists
The Pro Football Hall of Fame tonight announced that Indianapolis Colts greats Peyton Manning (for the first time) and Reggie Wayne (for a second time) have been named finalists for the PFHOF Class of 2021, which will be revealed during the week leading up to Super Bowl LV.
Colts Are AFC's No. 7 Seed; Travel To Take On No. 2-Seed Bills In Wild Card Round On Saturday
The Indianapolis Colts crossed off their first team goal of the 2020 season on Sunday, defeating the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 17 to earn a spot in the postseason. The No. 7 seed in the AFC, the Colts next Saturday travel to take on the No. 2-seed Buffalo Bills in the Wild Card Round.
Colts Are Headed To The Playoffs: Indy Drops Jacksonville, 28-14
The Indianapolis Colts defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 28-14 today to improve to 11-5 on the season and at least earn the No. 7 seed in the AFC playoffs. Here was the in-game updates, highlights and analysis from today's Week 17 matchup.
Colts Now Face Win-And-You're-In Postseason Scenario For Today's Jaguars Matchup
Thanks to a loss by the Miami Dolphins to the Buffalo Bills in today's earlier Week 17 action, the Indianapolis Colts just need to get a win over the Jacksonville Jaguars today at Lucas Oil Stadium to, at the very least, clinch a Wild Card berth in the playoffs.
2020 Colts Fantasy Preview: Colts/Jaguars, Week 17
It's the end of the regular season for the Indianapolis Colts — and, for some of you, it's the final chance at fantasy football glory for the 2020 season. If you're in a bind and you need some points in your final week of championship action, which Colts could help you today?
Colts Mailbag: Philip Rivers' Future In Indy, Fixing The Penalties, Potential Extensions For Quenton Nelson & Darius Leonard
In this week's Colts Mailbag, readers inquire about quarterback Philip Rivers' future in Indianapolis, what's going on with the penalties of late, what extensions could look like for Quenton Nelson, Darius Leonard and Braden Smith and much more.
Khari Willis, Rock Ya-Sin, Will Holden Ruled Out Sunday Against The Jaguars
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said today that safety Khari Willis, cornerback Rock Ya-Sin and tackle Will Holden have been ruled out of Sunday's Week 17 matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Colts Activate TE Noah Togiai From IR; Waive WR Marcus Johnson; Elevate S Ibraheim Campbell, T Jared Veldheer To Active Roster
The Indianapolis Colts today activated tight end Noah Togiai from the Injured Reserve list and waived wide receiver Marcus Johnson. The team also elevated safety Ibraheim Campbell and tackle Jared Veldheer to the active roster from the practice squad for Sunday's game against Jacksonville. Indianapolis' active roster is now at 55 players.
2020 Colts Preview: Colts/Jaguars, Week 17
The Indianapolis Colts (10-5) wrap up the regular season on Sunday with their Week 17 AFC South divisional clash against the Jacksonville Jaguars (1-14). A win for the Colts, matched with at least one favorable outcome elsewhere, and they can punch their ticket to the playoffs. Check out the official game preview.
Colts Thursday Notebook: DeForest Buckner, Khari Willis, Rock Ya-Sin Miss Second Straight Days; Michael Pittman Jr. Back To Full Participation
The Indianapolis Colts on Thursday held their second of three days of on-field preparations for Sunday's Week 17 contest against the Jacksonville Jaguars. What were some of the top takeaways on the day?
Colts Can Still Earn Postseason Berth, But Need Help To Get There
The Indianapolis Colts enter the final week of the regular season on the outside looking in for a spot in the postseason, but with a win this Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars and some outside help, the Colts still have a shot at earning their second postseason berth in three years.
Colts Run Out Of Answers, Can't Hang On Against Steelers
The Indianapolis Colts dominated the AFC North Division-leading Pittsburgh Steelers on the road in the first half of Sunday's Week 16 matchup. But the Steelers were able to return the favor, and then some, over the final two quarters, handing the Colts a deflating 28-24 loss that puts Indy out of the AFC playoff picture heading into the final week of the regular season.
2020 Colts Fantasy Preview: Colts/Steelers, Week 16
If you've advanced this far in your fantasy playoffs, congratulations. But are there any Indianapolis Colts players that can make a difference in your lineup today in their Week 16 matchup against an extremely tough Pittsburgh Steelers defense?
Colts Mailbag: Defending The Steelers, DeForest Buckner's Pro Bowl Snub, More Formations With Jonathan Taylor & Nyheim Hines?
In this week's Colts Mailbag, readers inquire about what the Colts can do to defend Big Ben and the Steelers' offense on Sunday, defensive tackle DeForest Buckner's Pro Bowl snub and his rank among elite NFL defensive tackles, whether Indy will consider more two-back formations and much more.
UPDATED: Anthony Castonzo Downgraded To Out Sunday; Braden Smith, Marcus Johnson Also Won't Play Against Steelers
The Indianapolis Colts have ruled three players out of Sunday's Week 16 matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers: left tackle Anthony Castonzo and wide receiver Marcus Johnson, as well as right tackle Braden Smith (Reserve/COVID-19 list). One player, defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad, is questionable.
Colts Elevate G Jake Eldrenkamp, T J'Marcus Webb To Active Roster
The Indianapolis Colts today elevated guard Jake Eldrenkamp and tackle J'Marcus Webb to the active roster from the practice squad as COVID-19 replacements for Sunday's game against Pittsburgh. Indianapolis' active roster is now at 53 players.
Colts Thursday Notebook: Jack Doyle Misses Practice; Anthony Castonzo Adds Ankle To Injury Report
The Indianapolis Colts on Thursday held their second of three days of on-field preparations for Sunday's Week 16 contest against the Pittsburgh Steelers. What were some of the top takeaways on the day?
Colts Have Shot At Postseason Berth On Sunday
The Indianapolis Colts have a shot at punching their ticket to the playoffs Sunday, when they travel to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 16 action. Here's why you should be rooting for the Las Vegas Raiders and the New York Giants this weekend.
Ryan Kelly, Darius Leonard & Quenton Nelson Selected To 2021 Pro Bowl
The National Football League announced tonight that three standout Indianapolis Colts stars — center Ryan Kelly, linebacker Darius Leonard and guard Quenton Nelson — were selected for the 2021 Pro Bowl roster. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will not be an actual Pro Bowl game played for the 2020 season.