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Indianapolis Colts

Stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium | Coach: Chuck Pagano
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense3rd100.8 (22nd)305.9 (1st)
Defense11th113.4 (18th)229.3 (12th)


Sun Sep 7
L 31 - 24at DEN
Mon Sep 15
L 30 - 27PHI
Sun Sep 21
W 44 - 17at JAC
Sun Sep 28
W 41 - 17TEN
Sun Oct 5
W 20 - 13BAL
Thu Oct 9
W 33 - 28at HOU
Sun Oct 19
W 27 - 0CIN
Sun Oct 26
L 51 - 34at PIT
Mon Nov 3
W 40 - 24at NYG
Sun Nov 16
L 42 - 20NE
Sun Nov 23
W 23 - 3JAC
Sun Nov 30
W 49 - 27WAS
Sun Dec 7
W 25 - 24at CLE
Sun Dec 14
W 17 - 10HOU
Sun Dec 21
L 42 - 7at DAL
Sun Dec 28
W 27 - 10at TEN
Sun Jan 4
W 26 - 10CIN
Sun Jan 11
W 24 - 13at DEN
Sun Jan 18
L 45 - 7at NE


Report: Colts' Wayne undergoes triceps surgery, mulling retirement
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne underwent surgery Friday to repair his injured triceps, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. Wayne, 36, is beginning rehab for the injury and is reportedly considering retirement, according to Rapoport.

Wayne played in 15 regular season games for the Colts in 2014, totaling 779 yards on 64 catches with two touchdowns.

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Adrian Peterson's dad: I've heard 'rumors' of Colts, Cards, Cowboys
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

If Adrian Peterson were to be traded by the Vikings this offseason, his father, Nelson Peterson, may have an idea of his potential landing spots.

"I've heard rumors, Arizona," Nelson said in a phone interview with the St. Paul Pioneer Press. "I've also heard the rumors of Indianapolis and the Colts, going there with a quarterback the caliber of (Andrew) Luck. I've also heard the Cowboys, coming back home with the Cowboys, behind that offensive line that they have.

"If a blockbuster deal opens and a team wants to gave them something they can't turn down, they're going to have to take a look at it," his father said.

Peterson ad been suspended by the NFL until April 15 and upheld by an arbitrator. On Thursday, U.S. District Judge David Doty overturned the arbitrator's decision, sending the case back down to go through the CBA. The NFL has removed the suspension, for now, while moving Peterson back to the Commissioner's Exempt list.

According to the report, the Vikings at this point aren't inclined to trade Peterson, though that may depend on his playing status for next season. The 30-year-old is set to make $12.75 million in 2015. Following Thursday's ruling, the team released the following statement:

"Adrian Peterson is an important member of the Minnesota Vikings, and our focus remains on welcoming him back when he is able to rejoin our organization."

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Colts, Matt Hasselbeck agree to one-year contract
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

It looks like Matt Hasselbeck's NFL career will extend at least one more year. 

The Colts reached a one-year deal with backup quarterback Hasselbeck, the team announced on Thursday. 

Hasselbeck, 39, will enter his 17th year in the NFL. After starting out as Brett Favre's backup in Green Bay for his first two seasons in 1999 and 2000, he joined the Seahawks via a trade and quickly established himself as a starting-caliber quarterback. 

In 16 NFL seasons, Hasselbeck has totaled 34,948 yards, 203 touchdowns and 148 interceptions. He'll be the top candidate to back up Andrew Luck next season. 

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Colts to target Ravens OLB Pernell McPhee in free agency
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

With Ravens outside linebacker Pernell McPhee likely to hit the free agent market this March, one team has already emerged as an interested party. 

According to CBSSports.com NFL Insider Jason La Canfora, the Colts are expected to target McPhee when the new league year begins. McPhee's camp is looking for a contract that pays him in the area of $8 million to $10 million per season. 

At Tuesday's state of the Ravens press conference, general manager Ozzie Newsome hinted that it would be near impossible to match what other teams are willing to pay McPhee. 

"We can't pay everybody market value," Newsome said.

McPhee totaled 7.5 sacks in 2014. 

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Safety Mike Adams said he wants to 'stay a Colt'
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

If safety Mike Adams has it his way, he'll remain with the Colts in 2015. 

An upcoming free agent, Adams enjoyed his best NFL season in 2014. The 33-year-old safety reached the Pro Bowl for the first time in his career and posted single-season bests in tackles (87) and interceptions (five). 

Therefore, Adams is hoping he'll remain with the Colts for his remaining NFL seasons. 

“I want to stay a Colt," Adams said on PFT Live. "I want to end my career there. I want to call it quits there. Obviously it’s a business and they have to make a business decision as well as I do. I hope they do everything in their power to keep me. I’ve been reading the news, they got a lot of money left over there.”

Adams had stints with the 49ers, Browns and Broncos before signing a one-year, $955,000 deal with the Colts last summer. 

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