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Live Chat Today at 2:00 p.m. EST

Posted by Kevin Bowen on October 4, 2013 – 9:00 am

Looking for a place to have your Colts questions answered at the end of the week? Well, you’ve come to the right place.

On Friday, I will host a one-hour chat called “Horseshoe Roundup” beginning at 2:00 p.m EST.

The chat will cover a variety of topics with the focus being the pertinent news during that time period. I will take your questions and try to answer as many as I can during the hour.

For this week, the Colts have wrapped up the first month of the 2013 regular season at 3-1.

What were your thoughts on the Colts first month of 2013 and the team’s 37-3 win over the Jaguars?

What are your expectations as the Colts begin a brutal stretch of four games with the Seattle Seahawks opening up the month of October at Lucas Oil Stadium?

Feel free to join the chat via this link around 2:00 p.m. on Friday (scroll to the bottom of the page) and we will talk for an hour about whatever is on your mind.


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Colts Daily Headlines: October 5th Edition

Posted by Kevin Bowen on – 8:30 am

The practice week for the Colts will wrap up this morning. Today’s news looks at the Colts balanced attack, comparing Russell Wilson to Andrew Luck and Trent Richardson’s patience.

Take a look below at the top pieces from Friday, October 4th.  

Bob Kravitz: Unlike the Peyton era, Colts don’t need their quarterback to be great to win

By: Bob Kravitz, Indy Star

Since Peyton Manning arrived in Indianapolis, the Colts were almost always known for their prolific offense.

That has changed under the new Ryan Grigson-Chuck Pagano regime. In two short years, the Colts have undergone a complete personality transplant, and it’s the kind of transformation that figures to hold them in good stead for years to come.

“This is our most balanced team by far,” said Antoine Bethea, who’s been a Colt for eight years. “By far. Previous years it was Peyton and the offense. This year, the offense is doing well, special teams is playing great and the defense is doing good.”

Seahawks’ Wilson more like Luck than Kaepernick

By: Reggie Hayes, The News-Sentinel

Comparing the 2012 quarterback draft class will be an endless endeavor over the next decade.

While Russell Wilson has dual-threat capabilities, he made it clear what his “label” is as a quarterback.

“Quarterback that runs,” he said. “It’s one of those things that I love throwing the football. I love to sit back there and just step up and slide and make the throws. Then, if it’s not there, just try to get to something positive and make something happen.”

Isn’t that Luck in a nutshell?

“I know both of us can run,” Wilson said. “For how big he is, he can run extremely well. It’s one of those things that we’re looking to facilitate the ball to the right guy at the right time.”

Too early to panic with Trent Richardson

By: Mike Wells, AFC South Blog

Trent Richardson isn’t worried about his quiet start with the Indianapolis Colts.

“I know the 100-yard games are going to come,” Richardson said. “I do say ‘games,’ because there’s going to be more than one. When they do come, it’s going to keep coming. Last two teams have been stacking the box.”

Richardson has rushed for 95 yards on 33 carries in two games since the Colts acquired him from Cleveland on Sept. 18. His longest run has been 12 yards as he searches for a crease to break free.

“I’m not concerned because it’s early still and (he’s) getting acclimated to the system, to the calls, to his surroundings, to the people up front, getting used to the blocking, those types of things,” Colts coach Chuck Pagano said. “He’s a shoelace here and there from breaking some really big runs, which obviously will change those numbers.”


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INDIANAPOLIS COLTS SIGN SAFETY LARRY ASANTE

Posted by coltsindianapolis on – 8:11 am

The Indianapolis Colts today signed safety Larry Asante.

Asante, 6-0, 210 pounds, rejoins the Colts after being waived by the team following the preseason finale at Cincinnati. In the preseason, he ranked second on the team with 16 tackles (10 solo) while also contributing with one interception returned for a touchdown, one fumble recovery and 1.0 sack. For his regular-season career, he has totaled 12 tackles (nine solo), one interception and one forced fumble in 12 games played.


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