Posted on: March 15, 2010 10:40 am
According to the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, Richie Incognito, who was voted by his peers as the NFL's dirtiest player last season, will visit the Miami Dolphins.
Fined nearly six figures for various on-field incidents so far in his brief NFL career, Incognito is a former third-round draft pick of the St. Louis Rams.
The Cincinnati Bengals and Indianapolis Colts could also be interested in the controversial offensive guard.
Incognito almost joined the Dolphins in December, but Miami lost out on their waiver claim to the Buffalo Bills, who were lower in the standings.
Posted on: March 10, 2010 10:24 am
According to a report in the Philadelphia Daily News , the Eagles recently welcomed former Colts cornerback Marlin Jackson for a visit, with designs on signing him as a safety.
The story claims the chance of Jackson being signed to an Eagles contract by Wednesday are "pretty good" despite other sources claiming Jackson will visit the Jets first.
Jackson has had injury troubles for the past two seasons, hurting both of his anterior cruciate ligaments in separate incidents.
Posted on: March 4, 2010 3:14 pm
The Colts have moved into their final day to negotiating a contract with Gary Brackett.
According to the Indianapolis Star, Brackett's agent said that contract talks continue with Colts president Bill Polian, but unless an agreement is reached before 12:01 a.m. Friday, Brackett will become an unrestricted free agent and be free to sign with any NFL team.
Brackett is a seven-year veteran who has been the Colts' starting middle linebacker since 2005 and their defensive captain since 2007.
Posted on: December 14, 2009 11:05 am
Should the Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints focus on keeping the undefeated streaks alive?
According to USA TODAY, CBS' Bill Cowher suggests the big picture — preparing for the postseason — should take precedence over potential regular-season perfection.
Cowher believes that teams should use the games like exhibitions, where the starters play solid football for a half.
Posted on: September 18, 2009 11:26 am
According to the Indianapolis Star, Colts owner Jim Irsay said this week he expects to have a new contract in place for Peyton Manning before the 2010 season begins.
Manning's seven-year contract runs through next year.
Irsay knows that as long as Manning plays at or near the level of his first 11 years, the Colts will be a winner.
Posted on: August 13, 2009 2:30 pm
The veteran safety Bob Sanders remains on the physically unable to perform list after undergoing surgery on his right knee, according to the page/IND">Colts can t say">Indianapolis Star.
Neither coach Jim Caldwell nor president Bill Polian was prepared Wednesday to assert Sanders will be back in time for the opener.
The team recently discussed Sanders' situation with its doctors and James Andrews, the noted orthopedic surgeon who performed Sanders' surgeries. Along with a procedure in the offseason, Sanders had surgery during the 2008 season that forced him to miss 10 games.
Polian said the immediate hurdle for Sanders is strengthening the quadriceps muscle in his right leg. He stated, "He's in great physical condition. He's not in football condition."
Posted on: May 20, 2009 10:24 am
According to the Indianapolis Star, the Colts have added two interns to coach Jim Caldwell's staff.
Ron Johnson will work with the receivers while Frank Winters is working with the offensive line.
Posted on: May 8, 2009 8:41 am
Former Colts WR Marvin Harrison, now a free agent, said he has no plans to retire and that he wants to play in 2009, according to NFL.com.
Harrison, who turns 37 in August, was released by the Colts after the 2008 season, in large part for salary-cap relief. Harrison, who didn't agree to a restructured contract, was scheduled to count more than $13 million against the Colts' 2009 cap.
Harrison's 13-year run with the Colts, with whom he established himself as one of the top receivers in NFL history and built up likely Hall of Fame credentials: 1,102 receptions for 14,580 yards and 128 touchdowns.