The Indianapolis Colts finally made a score in free agency this year, signing former San Diego Chargers cornerback Patrick Robinson to a three-year, $14 million deal.
The Indianapolis Colts are hoping to reel in QB Andrew Luck with a "nine-figure" contract, and until that happens, they are laying low in the free agent market.
On Friday, the Indianapolis Colts announced that they will retire Peyton Manning's number 18 and will also build a monument in Manning's honor, one that will be placed at Lucas Oli Stadium; Manning was a member of the Colts from 1998-2011 and won the first of his two Super Bowls with them in 2006.
The Indianapolis Colts have come to terms with veteran RB Robert Turbin, formerly of the Seattle Seahawks and Dallas Cowboys.
The Indianapolis Colts are shuffling their lineback corps around after Jerrell Freeman was poached away by the Chicago Bears in free agency.
Scott Tolzien, who backed up Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay the past several seasons, has signed on to do the same for Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts.
Free agency has been a dud of Indianapolis Colts fans thus far, with no signings of outside free agents and even fewer rumors through the first 24 hours.
The Indianapolis Colts were thought to be favoring Coby Fleener over Dwayne Allen as their future at TE, but surprised everyone by inking Allen to a four-year deal on Monday.
The Indianapolis Colts are expected to bring in a top WR this spring through either the NFL Draft and/or in free agency.
The Indianapolis Colts have tendered TE Jack Doyle, a restricted free agent, to an orginal round tender worth $1.67 million with no compensation.