Heading into Super Bowl XLIV, the Colts' secondary, which could have been labeled a disaster area, is much better than outsiders think, John Clayton writes.
Colts QB Peyton Manning no longer has Marvin Harrison as a security blanket, but he still has plenty of weapons, writes John Clayton.
A lot has changed since Michael Vick last played, and the leaguewide emphasis on spread formations will hinder his ability to make a successful comeback, writes John Clayton.
Michael Vick met Tuesday with former Colts coach Tony Dungy at the federal prison in Leavenworth, Kan.
With Marvin Harrison's knee still a question mark, the Colts are focused on developing the back end of their receiving corps in an attempt to ensure consistency in the passing game, writes John Clayton.
In what could very well have been coach Tony Dungy's final game, the Colts were an undisciplined, mistake-prone bunch against the Chargers, writes John Clayton.
On a night filled with head-scratching frustration and dagger-through-the heart disappointment, Tony Dungy ultimately came to one conclusion: Justice was served.
Colts receiver Marvin Harrison left Sunday's game in the second quarter with an apparent knee injury.
John Clayton has been picking the Colts for three years and here are the five things they need to do Sunday to make that prediction finally come true.
Thanks to good friends Lovie Smith and Tony Dungy, expect a classy matchup in Super Bowl XLI, John Clayton writes.
The popularity of Cover 2 defenses has teams putting emphasis on finding fast and undersized weak-side linebackers.
The Colts' game in Seattle provided coach Tony Dungy, who watched it on TV, a brief distraction from his son's tragic death.
Tony Dungy thinks officials are becoming too timid because of instant replay. But what's the solution?
With the emergence of free agency and the salary cap, head coaches are finding out that job security has become a foreign concept.
The Colts struggled on defense last season, but the offense needs to perform better, too.