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The signing of quarterback Josh Freeman makes a lot of sense for the Giants. The Giants could have done worse, so much worse, than Josh Freeman.
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The Indianapolis Colts have announced that newly-signed wide receiver Hakeem Nicks will wear No.
After much anticipation, work will start next month on the extensive Johnson County Gateway Project, a complete overhaul of the Kansas 10, Interstate 35 and I-435 interchange that will last until the end of 2016.
Mock drafts are usually that -- mocked. But they're fun to look at for NFL-starved fans leading up to the NFL draft.
To make sure quarterback Andrew Luck is able to have a long and healthy career with the Indianapolis Colts, they will need to find a way to protect him.
Michigan State's Isaiah Lewis, a Ben Davis alumnus, against Ohio State during the first half of the Big Ten Championship game, Saturday, December 7, 2013, at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Stampede Blue's Josh Wilson takes a look at each of the Colts' free agent signings this offseason, giving a basic profile of each and looking at how they each will impact the team.
Which current NFL quarterbacks are worth the 1st overall pick in the draft? ESPN's Mike Sando wrote a good article today and for once, Ben's name is where it should be.
We'll have to wait to see if the Texans use the first pick in the draft on a defensive lineman.
Colts punter Pat McAfee joined Pacers guard George Hill Monday night on IndyStar's Holding Court from Kilroy's in Broad Ripple.
None of the Michigan State athletes honored at the 17th Annual Spartan Academic Excellence Gala on Monday night at the Breslin Center saw Archie Manning play a down at quarterback.
While it seems like the Indianapolis Colts have finished with free agency, there are still many free agents available who haven't yet found a new team.
After several years of those around him questioning his work ethic and drive, let alone his own admission of being "lazy" at the beginning of this past season, Benjamin thinks it's a good idea to blow off an NFL team, as if NFL teams don't gossip like middle school girls.
The Colts will go into the 2014 NFL Draft with some obvious holes that must be addressed.
"Brandon said to me, 'Coach, I've never seen so many people excited about the worst game I've ever played.'
I am not normally a guy who likes trading picks. But there is potentially a good fortune by doing it this year.