• by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Colts backup RB Josh Robinson probable for Sunday

    Colts running back Josh Robinson (back) has been designated as probable for the Week 4 battle against the Jaguars.Robinson is in line to play Sunday, though given that he appears decidedly behind Frank Gore on the depth chart, his Fantasy utility is restricted to very deep formats.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Colts RB Frank Gore gives solid performance in Week 3 win

    Colts new featured back Frank Gore rushed for 86 yards on 14 carries and added eight yards on one reception in a comeback win over Tennessee on Sunday. Gore benefited from a balanced offensive approach from the Colts, scoring two rushing touchdowns to complement the two passing scores thrown by quarterback Andrew Luck. The coaching staff should be eager to keep feeding the veteran the rock as they appear to have finally found a running back who can keep defenses honest. It should be no problem keeping it going next week against AFC weakling Jacksonville.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Colts RB Frank Gore rushes for 57 yards in loss Monday

    Colts running back Frank Gore finished with 15 carries for 57 yards and lost a fumble in Monday night's defeat to the Jets. Gore also caught his lone target for four receiving yards Monday. For the second straight game, the 32-year-old couldn't find much room to run, although his 15 carries Monday compared to eight in Week 1 was at least an encouraging uptick. Nonetheless, Gore fumbled away an all-valuable goal line carry, wasting a golden opportunity to turn around his slow start in Indianapolis.

  • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

    Colts RB Frank Gore held to 31 yards in meager effort Sunday

    New featured back Frank Gore didn't get much of an opportunity to utilize his talents for the Colts in Buffalo on Sunday. He managed just eight carries as the team fell behind early and was forced to throw. Gore gained only 31 yards and caught two passes for zero yards. Gore will hope for more action next Monday night against the Jets.

  • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

    Colts RB Frank Gore able to shake off calf cramps and return in Week 1

    Running back Frank Gore was able to return to the Colts' season opener against the Bills. Gore was forced to leave earlier in the second quarter due to calf cramps.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Colts RB Frank Gore exits with calf cramps Week 1

    Colts running back Frank Gore left Sunday's season opener at Buffalo in the second half due to calf cramps. He is listed as questionable to return. Gore had eight carries for 31 yards and no catches before leaving the game.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Colts to keep Frank Gore on 'pitch count' to start season

    Colts coach Chuck Pagano said veteran running back Frank Gore will be on a "pitch count" to start the season, according to the Indianapolis Star. Pagano's reasoning is if the Colts make the playoffs, they want to avoid Gore wearing down.

  • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

    Colts QB Andrew Luck on Frank Gore: 'He's a stud'

    Colts running back Frank Gore has enjoyed a seamless transition to his new team. His new teammates are in awe of his work ethic and what he's already bringing to the table, per the team's website. Quarterback Andrew Luck has been very impressed by the 32-year-old back. "He's a stud," Luck said of Gore, per the team. "He takes care of his body. You can tell the way he works. He practices hard every day. He doesn't take plays off, and he's a heck of a football player."For me, watching him, it's just the protections and knowing who's coming from where, reading the tilt of the safeties, the nickel, how he plays, body language. He's picked up on a bunch of stuff that guys, who've been here for three years, find so hard." Gore, who is fresh off of another 1,000 yard rushing season, said he keeps his body fresh because he trains why guys who are much younger than him during the offseason. "In the offseason, I like to train with younger guys to keep myself honest," Gore expounds on his reasoning."Me training with younger guys, if I'm looking better then them, I know that I should have a great shot to have a great year." Gore rushed for 1,106 yards and four touchdowns last season for the 49ers.

  • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

    Colts newcomers Andre Johnson, Frank Gore fitting in fine

    Colts skill position newcomers Andre Johnson and Frank Gore have already shown a "relatively smooth" transition to their new team, Chuck Pagano told ESPN. The wide receiver and running back performed so well in OTA work Wednesday that Pagano claimed that it appeared they had been with the organization for years. "Pretty seamless," Pagano said about their work. "They don't miss a beat as far as the playbook goes, knowing what to do. Every time I see them in the huddle, break a huddle, to me it looks like they're going the right direction. They're lining up right. They're very talented, talented guys. They fit right into the locker room. They're professionals. ... They're not talkers. They're workers, they're doers." Both veterans, however, have shown signs that their best days are behind them. The 33-year-old Johnson failed to reach 1,000 yards receiving last season for Houston for the first time in his last seven full seasons. The 32-year-old Gore managed another 1,000-yard performance in 2014, but his total was its lowest of any in a full season since 2008.

  • by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

    49ers Carlos Hyde sorry to see Frank Gore leave

    Frank Gore left the 49ers for the Colts, giving Carlos Hyde a chance to replace him as starting running back. Despite the opportunity, Hyde isn't happy about the change. "I wanted him to come back," Hyde said, per 49ers.com. "When I found out he wasn't coming back, I was like, 'Are you really leaving?' I was shocked." "I wasn't expecting to come in and take Frank Gore's spot," Hyde added. "It was more of a, 'Come in and learn from Frank Gore.' That's exactly what I did." The biggest thing he learned from his year with Gore was not to be in a hurry to make plays. "Be patient on runs, let the play develop and not be so quick," he said. "I felt like last year I was being too quick on plays and not letting them develop. I was missing reads."