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21 March 2023

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  • Chris Simms has C.J. Stroud at the top of his 2023 quarterback draft rankings
    The recent trade that saw the Panthers spring from No. 9 to No. 1 also resulted in Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud becoming the new favorite to be the first quarterback drafted. If that happens, it shouldn’t be a surprise. Although Alabama’s Bryce Young had held the position for a while, many have Stroud as [more]
  • Gardner Minshew: I’ve come to the Colts to work hard and have fun
    The Colts added quarterback Gardner Minshew last week on a one-year deal worth a reported $3.5 million. Minshew has plenty of familiarity with new Indianapolis head coach Shane Steichen, as Steichen was Minshew’s offensive coordinator for the last two years with Philadelphia. That was an obvious draw for him to sign with the Colts. “Fired [more]
  • Tom Brady reiterates love for football, but says it’s time to be a dad
    Tom Brady is retired. Again. And it remains impossible to assume he’ll won’t come back. Again. Via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, Brady addressed his status this last night at an event in connection with one of his various non-FTX off-field enterprises. “There is nothing I love more than football,” Brady said, “but [more]
  • Gardner Minshew agrees to terms with Colts
    New Colts head coach Shane Steichen will have at least one quarterback familiar with his system in 2023. Gardner Minshew has agreed to terms with Indianapolis, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Media. The deal is expected to be worth $3.5 million with more money available through incentives. Minshew spent the last two seasons with [more]
  • Parris Campbell agrees to one-year deal with Giants
    The Giants are adding a receiver. According to multiple reports, New York has agreed to a one-year deal with Parris Campbell. After experiencing several injuries in his first three seasons, Campbell stayed healthy in 2022 to play all 17 games with the Colts. He recorded 63 receptions for 623 yards with three touchdowns. He also [more]
  • Report: Colts are looking into Gardner Minshew
    The list of free-agent quarterbacks includes a guy who has started 24 NFL games, and who has proven to be a more-than-competent backup. He’s Gardner Minshew. Three days into free agency, his name has finally come up. Zak Keefer of reports that the Colts are looking into the possibility of adding Minshew. Minshew has [more]
  • Report: Colts to bring back Tony Brown on one-year deal
    The Colts are keeping core special teams player Tony Brown. Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports Brown and the Colts have agreed to a one-year deal for $1.2 million with $500,000 fully guaranteed. Brown did not make the team’s roster out of training camp, but the Colts re-signed him to their practice squad. He ended up [more]
  • Colts, as expected, release Matt Ryan
    For the first time in his career, quarterback Matt Ryan is a free agent. As expected, the Colts have released the 2015 NFL MVP, one year after they acquired him in a trade with the Falcons. It’s no surprise. With $12 million already guaranteed for 2023, the Colts would have owed Ryan another $17 million [more]
  • Taven Bryan agrees to one-year deal with Colts
    The Colts are adding a defensive tackle. Indianapolis has agreed to a one-year contract with Taven Bryan, according to multiple reports. The deal is worth $4.5 million. Bryan, 27, spent last season with the Browns. He started 16 games for the club, recording 26 total tackles, two tackles for loss, six QB hits, and a [more]
  • Ashton Dulin will remain with the Colts
    The Colts are holding onto one of their wide receivers. According to multiple reports, Ashton Dulin has agreed to a new deal with the team. No terms have been reported. Dulin joined the Colts as an undrafted free agent in 2019 and has appeared in 55 games for the team over the last four seasons. [more]

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