Post Tagged with: "Reggie Wayne"

  • Ryan Grigson said the Colts will be able to conduct football operations as usual in owner Jim Irsay's absence. (Photo: 1070 the Fan)

    In Irsay’s absence, Grigson shifts focus to draft

    Brunos Blog, Colts March 21, 2014 at 2:18 pm

    Though Ryan Grigson has ticked all the boxes in free agency, some holes remain with the Colts. Though one of them as at the very top of the franchise, the absence of owner Jim Irsay should not create a major void in the Colts’ football operations. Irsay checked into a […]

  • Eric Decker reportedly is one of the Colts' top targets on the free agent market. (Photo: Icon SMI)

    Investing in Decker could bring big return for Colts

    Brunos Blog, Colts March 7, 2014 at 12:14 pm

    The cards are shuffling, folks, and the NFL world seems to believe Eric Decker is at the top of the Colts’ deck. Just to bring you up to speed on what has been a pretty fast couple of days, the Colts: • Won the D’Qwell Jackson sweepstakes, signing the durable, […]

  • The Colts hope to see a lot more of the tandem of Reggie Wayne and T.Y. Hilton in 2014. (Photo: Icon SMI)

    Colts roster analysis: Wide receivers

    Brunos Blog, Colts February 6, 2014 at 11:12 am

    Editor’s Note: This is the third in a series of articles analyzing each position of the Colts roster as the team heads into the third offseason of the Ryan Grigson/Chuck Pagano era. OVERVIEW: Concern about a lack of depth entering last season devolved into something approaching full-fledged panic when Reggie […]

  • Optimism, uncertainty mark Colts’ exit interviews

    Optimism, uncertainty mark Colts’ exit interviews

    Brunos Blog, Colts, NFL January 14, 2014 at 9:31 am

    If you think the media and the fans are curious about what personnel decisions lie ahead for the Colts, you are correct. But don’t stop there. In the aftermath of a second consecutive 11-5 season that ended with a 44-23 loss at New England in the AFC Divisional Round on […]

  • With Chuck Pagano and Andrew Luck at the controls, the Colts have a bright future (Phot: Icon SMI)

    Colts made progress, but much work remains

    Brunos Blog, Colts January 13, 2014 at 8:12 am

    The end was unquestionably bitter but the journey mostly sweet. The 2013 Colts exceeded the relatively modest expectations of the national media – the consensus suggesting a team that would struggle to make the playoffs at all, let alone reclaim the AFC South and win a wild-card game – but […]

  • Ax Dr. Bruno: Can PG really win MVP?

    Ax Dr. Bruno: Can PG really win MVP?

    Brunos Blog, Colts, Pacers December 3, 2013 at 11:03 am

    View the story “Dr. Bruno examines PG for MVP, Dr. Pepper” on Storify [View the story "Dr. Bruno examines PG for MVP, Dr. Pepper" on Storify]

  • Coach Chuck Pagano believes in sticking to the process, but the process isn't working. (Photo: Icon SMI)

    Dear Chuck: Here’s how to fix the Colts. You’re welcome.

    Brunos Blog, Colts, NFL November 28, 2013 at 8:38 am

    Seeing Rick Pitino at the Pacers’ game earlier this week triggered the memory of one of my favorite postgame press conferences of all time when he was coaching the struggling Celtics. It also resonated, because it could easily apply to the Colts. Edgerrin James is not walking through that door, […]

  • Bruce Arians coached the Colts to a 9-3 record while Chuck Pagano battled leukemia last season. (Photo: Icon SMI)

    Arians seizing the moment in Arizona

    Brunos Blog, Colts, NFL November 21, 2013 at 8:59 am

    Coaches, particularly those in the NFL, typically aren’t the best guys to ask questions that require a pause for reflection. They tend to live in the moment, immersed in the daily preparation for the next practice, the next game, the next opponent. As we learned last year, Bruce Arians isn’t […]

  • As good as he was as a record-setting rookie, Andrew Luck has been much better in his second season (Photo: Icon SMI)

    Colts’ midseason report card: offense

    Brunos Blog, Colts November 5, 2013 at 2:20 pm

    At the season’s midpoint, the Colts are exactly where they want to be: atop the AFC South. There have been plenty of slow starts and frantic finishes, huge wins over Denver, San Francisco and Seattle, frustrating losses to Miami and San Diego, too many injuries but even more resiliency. Through […]

  • Avoiding J.J. Watt will be one of many challenges facing Andrew Luck tonight in Houston. (Photo: Icon SMI)

    Colts’ blueprint: Time for Luck to lead

    Brunos Blog, Colts November 3, 2013 at 11:30 am

    One of the most entertaining subplots of training camp was the interaction between Andrew Luck and Reggie Wayne about who, exactly, was the leader of the offense. Their comments on the matter were a verbal tennis match. Here was one such exchange in August. “I’m just keeping the seat warm […]