Before the Colts new fleet of receivers takes the field together, NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney evaluates Indianapolis' offseason with this team reset.
NFLDraftScout.com puts the Indianapolis Colts on the clock, with a rundown of team needs, expert picks, best fits and asks fans: How would you invest the 29th overall pick for the Colts?
The Colts released LaRon Landry in February, but by the looks of it, the 30-year-old safety has no plans to retire.
Jim Irsay stiffing Chuck Pagano on an extension is an unneeded distraction for a team with Super Bowl aspirations, and could wind up backfiring big-time.
The big wave of free agency has come and gone, and the focus has turned to the draft, but that doesn't mean there still aren't holes to fill, some huge ones, for each of the NFL's 32 teams.
Go ahead and pan the Colts for overpaying for declining stars, but it's actually a smart strategy. Also, don't believe anything Chip Kelly says.
Pro football is a young man's game, but you could put together a pretty great team with 'over-the-hill' players, just like legendary coach George Allen did. Here's a team of the best over-30 vets who could hit free agency.
Will Julius Peppers retire? Will the Packers pony up for Randall Cobb? Is Trent Richardson finished in Indy? Will Reggie Wayne be back? Here's what's next for the Packers and Colts.
The Packers visit Seattle and the Colts visit New England to decide the NFC and AFC championships in a pair of games between teams that have already met once this season. Pete Prisco dives into the film to identify successes and failures that could play a role this time.
The Colts face tough road odds heading to Foxborough. Andrew Luck will look to connect on some deep shots, while the Patriots will throw early and often to Gronk.

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