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Stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium | Coach: Chuck Pagano
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense3rd100.8 (22nd)305.9 (1st)
Defense11th113.4 (18th)229.3 (12th)
2015 Draft
129Phillip DorsettWRMIAMI
365DJoun SmithCBFAU
393Henry AndersonDESTNFRD
4109Clayton GeathersSSUCF
5151David ParryDTSTNFRD
6205Josh RobinsonRBMISSST
6207Amarlo HerreraILBUGA
7255Denzelle GoodOTMARS


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Colts LB Robert Mathis still not cleared for on-field activities
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Colts linebacker Robert Mathis, who missed the 2014 season due to a torn Achilles, has yet to be cleared for on-field activities, owner Jim Irsay told the Indianapolis Star on Monday.

"The good news is Robert is trending in the right direction," Irsay said. "We're all very excited and pleased with the progress that he's making. The timetable is unknown. Will it be October 15? Will it be September 15? I really, at this point, no one knows.

"We just want to make sure that he's ready-ready when it's time to go. He can come in, have a couple of years with us at this point in his career, and be the difference-maker he was. We're really excited about the prospect. Really, it's only been good news."

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Colts release OT Gosder Cherilus
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Offensive tackle Gosder Cherilus was released by the Colts on Sunday, the team announced. Cherilus is a seven-year veteran. He started 29 games for the Colts over the last two seasons.

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Former Colts WR Reggie Wayne wants to play one more year
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

While speaking with reporters on Friday, veteran wide receiver Reggie Wayne said he still wants to play one more season in the NFL before retiring. He said he feels good coming off triceps surgery in February and feels great physically.

Wayne said he has been in contact with teams, but it doesn't appear he is headed for a reunion with the Colts, which is the only team he has played for during his 14-year career.

The 36-year-old Wayne is seventh on the career receptions list (1,070), eighth in receiving yards (14,345) and 22nd in receiving touchdowns (82).

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