INDIANAPOLIS, IN - SEPTEMBER 15:  Head coach Chuck Pagano celebrates with tackle Gosder Cherilus #78 of the Indianapolis Colts against the Philadelphia Eagles during a game at Lucas Oil Stadium on September 15, 2014 in Indianapolis, Indiana.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Breaking Down the Financial Impact of Gosder Cherilus’ Release

In a relatively unexpected move, the Colts cut right tackle Gosder Cherilus this afternoon, another reminder of how poorly the 2013 offseason went for Indianapolis. Ryan Grigson has had some very underrated moves during his tenure as general manager, but the 2013 offseason (draft, free agency, T-Rich) is not a period to look back upon […]

DENVER, CO - SEPTEMBER 07:  Offensive tackle Gosder Cherilus #78 of the Indianapolis Colts blocks defensive end Malik Jackson #97 of the Denver Broncos as he defends the line of scrimmage for quarterback Andrew Luck #12 of the Indianapolis Colts at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on September 7, 2014 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Colts 31-24.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Colts release Gosder Cherilus

Right Tackle Gosder Cherilus’s time the Colts is over after two seasons and at least $12.3 million.  There goes one more from that 2013 free agent class, a group that featured the hard-running but oft-injured Ahmad Bradshaw and Matt Hasselbeck (the 2nd best QB in the AFC South), but also such luminaries as LaRon “Battleship” Landry (I […]

Personal Updates, Sorry for the Silence

It’s been quiet here on CA lately, largely because I’ve been absent from writing and tweeting outside of my Bleacher Report responsibilities (I’m paid for that, sue me). I felt like it was only fair to update you all as to why. After four years of working in sports journalism and moving in that direction […]

Only Two Teams Travel Less Than The Indianapolis Colts During 2015 NFL Season

The Indianapolis Colts want their furthest road trip of the season to come on the last day of the NFL season — postseason that is. On February 7, 2016, Super Bowl 50 will be hosted in the San Francisco Bay Area at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. According to an article posted by CBSSports.com, […]

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - FEBRUARY 04:  Kicker Hunter Smith #17 of the Indianapolis Colts kicks the ball against the Chicago Bears during Super Bowl XLI on February 4, 2007 at Dolphin Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Hunter Smith Interview for All-Pro Dad Father’s Day Event

In preparation for former Colts punter Hunter Smith’s Father’s Day weekend appearance at the All-Pro Dad Ultimate Chore Challenge today, I had the privilege of a quick interview. Today, Saturday, from 2-4 p.m., Smith will be appearing at the hhgregg location at 4161 E 96th St in Indianapolis. Smith will be appearing for the “Ultimate […]

MIAMI, FL - SEPTEMBER 13: Phillip Dorsett #4 of the Miami Hurricanes rushes during a game against the Arkansas State Red Wolves at Sunlife Stadium on September 13, 2014 in Miami, Florida.  (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Finding Small WR Comparisons for Phillip Dorsett’s Rookie Season

When watching Phillip Dorsett prior to this year’s draft, my immediate comparison was T.Y. Hilton. From the way he blew past defenders on film to the strikingly similar combine numbers, nearly everything about him screamed “T.Y.!!!!!” to me. There are some differences, obviously, including a bit more upper-body mass and a bit more consistent hands, […]

ATHENS, GA - NOVEMBER 22: Amarlo Herrera #52 of the Georgia Bulldogs poses with team mascot UGA IX after the game against the Charleston Southern Buccaneers at Sanford Stadium on November 22, 2014 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

Getting to Know: Amarlo Herrera

In the sixth round of the draft, the Colts selected ILB Amarlo Herrera out of Georgia. So who is he? Let’s find out. Herrera is from North Clayton, Georgia and attended North Clayton High School. During his high school career, he fielded offers from various schools including Auburn, Florida, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Mississippi, Mississippi State, […]

What to Expect: David Parry

Welcome back to What to Expect, a long-running Colts Authority tradition that reminds the world that once-upon-a-time, I used to write football articles. Please note that when I say “long running”, I mean that it will take me the rest of the summer to get to the sixth round. Each spring, I evaluate the picks […]

Getting to Know: Denzelle Good

Denzelle Good will be starting off my new segment of what I like to call, “Getting to Know”. I’ll be working my way from the Colts’ last pick to their first, basically introducing the Colts’ new players to the fans, so we can all get to know them just a little bit better.  With the […]

What to Expect: Clayton Geathers

Welcome to What to Expect, a long-running Colts Authority tradition that reminds the world that once-upon-a-time, I used to write football articles. Each spring, I evaluate the picks the Colts make, and try to set realistic baselines for player performance based on recent drafts of similar players. Keep in mind that this series does not […]

What to Expect: Henry Anderson

Welcome to What to Expect, a long-running Colts Authority tradition that reminds the world that once-upon-a-time, I used to write football articles. Each spring, I evaluate the picks the Colts make, and try to set realistic baselines for player performance based on recent drafts of similar players. Keep in mind that this series does not predict performance. It […]

What to Expect: D’Joun Smith

Welcome to What to Expect, a long-running Colts Authority tradition that reminds the world that once-upon-a-time, I used to write football articles. Each spring, I evaluate the picks the Colts make, and try to set realistic baselines for player performance based on recent drafts of similar players. Keep in mind that this series does not […]

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