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Kamar Aiken feels Ravens didn't give him fair chance
The Indianapolis Colts signed Kamar Aiken to a prove-it contract, and the wide receiver believes he didn't get a decent chance to show his talents during his tenure with the Baltimore Ravens.
Peyton Manning has no interest going into politics
Peyton Manning made a public appearance in Las Vegas on Wednesday and discredited rumors that he was interested in running for political office.
Kamar Aiken signs one-year deal with Colts
The Indianapolis Colts signed wide receiver Kamar Aiken, who will add size and depth to the unit. Aiken was limited to just 29 catches for 328 yards in Baltimore last season.
Sean Spence signs contract with Indianapolis Colts
Chris Ballard's retooling of the Colts defense continued Sunday with another addition. Indianapolis has signed a one-year deal with linebacker Sean Spence, Ian Rapoport reported.
Roundup: Darius Butler signs one-year deal with Colts
Darius Butler is returning to the Colts after agreeing to a one-year deal to stay in Indy, Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo report. Butler stepped into a role at safety last season due to injuries elsewhere.
Ex-Chiefs NT Dontari Poe visiting Colts, Jaguars
The Colts could be looking to upgrade their defensive line. Former Chiefs first-round pick Dontari Poe is being brought in for a visit, Ian Rapoport reported. Poe will also visit the Jaguars on Monday.
Colts to trade Dwayne Allen, sixth-rounder to Patriots
With Martellus Bennett due to leave for greener pastures, the Patriots have identified his replacement. The Colts are set to trade tight end Dwayne Allen to New England.
Colts keep Jack Doyle on three-year, $19M deal
The Colts are keeping tight end Jack Doyle on a three-year deal worth $19 million, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported. What does that mean for the tight-end market?
Eagles claim No. 14 overall pick after winning coin toss
The Philadelphia Eagles won a coin toss with the Indianapolis Colts on Friday to claim the No. 14 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. The Colts will pick No. 15.
Chuck Pagano knows he must win in 2017 to keep job
The Indianapolis Colts dismissed their general manager after the season last year, and coach Chuck Pagano knows if he doesn't win next season, he could soon follow him out the door.
Jim Irsay: Colts' coach, GM 'clicking on all cylinders'
After his last general manager didn't get along with coach Chuck Pagano, Colts owner Jim Irsay wants everyone to know everything is hunky-dory to start this offseason.
Indianapolis Colts cut linebacker D'Qwell Jackson
The Colts parted ways with LB D'Qwell Jackson on Thursday. "We are grateful for all of his contributions to the organization and wish him the best," Chuck Pagano said in a statement.
Pat McAfee retires from NFL after eight seasons
The Colts have welcomed a new general manager to the organization in the last week with the addition of Chris Ballard. Now they're in the market for a punter.