Bill is joined by Mike Sando to try and construct Antonio Brown trades for (just about) every team in the NFL, sorted by their division. This includes the NFC East (1:42), AFC East (9:29), NFC North (13:35), NFC South (21:24), AFC South (27:55), NFC West (34:48) and AFC West (44:13). Plus, what teams do the guys think will have the best shot at landing him (54:29)?
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Howard Mudd never thought he would return to Indianapolis after his successful 12-year stint, but he sees something special brewing with the Colts.
Things are looking up for the Browns -- finally. In Pittsburgh, meanwhile, the Steelers' big three could be down to one in a month.
Indianapolis often had to get creative to pressure QBs last season and will be searching for a dominant rusher who changes game plans this offseason.
Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer
Colts senior offensive assistant Howard Mudd on quarterback Andrew Luck: “(Luck) reminds me of what we had in the past. Even if Peyton (Manning) were here now I would tell him 12 is more athletic, and he wouldn't disagree.”
GM Chris Ballard has strict criteria for high-priced talent, and impulse moves to add players with off-field concerns do not fit his vision for Indy.
Nothing says "I love you" like an exquisite pun from your significant other's favorite NFL team. Here are some of the best from around the league, including from the league's leading Casanova, the Atlanta Falcons.
With plenty of cap space and affordable players eligible to hit the market, Indianapolis sits in a position of financial strength this offseason.
Howard Mudd, who spent 12 seasons with Indianapolis as an offensive line coach from 1998 to 2009, is rejoining the Colts as a senior offensive assistant, the team announced Thursday.
Offensive guard Matt Slauson, who played for the Colts last season, announced his retirement from the NFL on Wednesday after 10 seasons in which he made 113 starts.
Think really hard. You probably know who won MVP, and you should know who won the Super Bowl. But now that the NFL season is over, what else do you remember?
Seth Walder ESPN Analytics
I'm sure this will devastate the Patriots: they finished fourth in FPI's final 2018 rankings.
The Colts quarterback, who battled a shoulder injury for three seasons, showed he's back and then some in 2018.
The second-round pick, mature beyond his years, shouldered a lot of responsibility as the leader of a young defense and led the league in tackles.
After becoming the second player in NFL history to throw for 50 touchdowns and more than 5,000 yards, first-year Chiefs starter Patrick Mahomes won the Most Valuable Player award in a landslide Saturday night.
Youth served again as three first-time-eligible players -- Champ Bailey, Tony Gonzalez, Ed Reed -- dominate group along with Kevin Mawae and Ty Law.
No. 2 overall draft pick Saquon Barkley, who rushed for 1,307 yards and 11 TDs for the Giants this season, was named the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year at the NFL Honors show.
The Colts' O-line was arguably the NFL's best in 2018, and they enter 2019 with the same starting unit under contract to protect their star QB.
Guard Mark Glowinski, who helped anchor an offensive line that limited Andrew Luck to an NFL-best 18 sacks this season, signed an extension with the team Tuesday.
Seth Walder ESPN Analytics
The Colts announced they have signed Mark Glowinski to a contract extension. Glowinski recorded the highest pass block win rate (90%) among all guards with at least 250 pass blocks this season. NFL average for a guard is 78%. Pass block win rate is an ESPN metric powered by NFL Next Gen Stats.
Let's project over/under win totals for next season, from worst to best. The Vikings and Colts could be tricky.
Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer
Colts TE Eric Ebron has taken his phone on the field during the break between the third and fourth quarters and is walking around taking selfies with players from both teams.
Future Hall of Fame kicker Adam Vinatieri has agreed to terms on a new contract with the Colts, according to general manager Chris Ballard.
Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer
Clearly Andrew Luck did not learn his four-point stance from AFC Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball teammate Myles Garrett. Ha!