When looking for a backup/bridge quarterback to pair with the hopeful selection of a franchise changing quarterback, there are some definite desires.

The Colts are dipping into some Shane Steichen familiarity for their veteran quarterback move.

Not even a completely healthy season from Parris Campbell led to the Colts and their speedy wideout pairing up for a second contract.

In typical Chris Ballard fashion, he’s letting several of his own starting free agents hit the open market.

Well, the Colts defense will have some notable changes to it in 2023.

One of the Colts best players from last season has been traded in a move built around thoughts for the future.

This is how the linebacker position was expected to play out for the Colts this offseason.

The biggest early news in free agency for the Colts is at a position where the team had a rare reliable option at last season.

The NFL version of “March Madness” is underway.

For a second straight year, the Colts are bringing Tyquan Lewis back on a one-year deal.