2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
10-6, 2nd in AFC South
Is a healthy Andrew Luck due for a big season? (1:48)
Is the future brighter for the Colts or the Browns? (1:55)
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7dMike Wells

Source: Colts to re-sign Desir for 3 years, $25M

Cornerback Pierre Desir, who had 60 tackles and an interception last season, is being re-signed by the Colts. The deal is for three years and $25 million, including $12 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts are re-signing cornerback Pierre Desir, according to a source. Desir will be re-joining a cornerback group that also features Kenny Moore and Quincy Wilson. Desir played a significant role in limiting Houston's DeAndre Hopkins to a combined nine catches and 73 yards over the game in December and the teams' playoff matchup in January. Desir had 60 tackles and an interception in 12 starts last season.


Pre Agency

Mina talks to Dianna Russini about Le'Veon Bell's deal with the Jets and having Adam Schefter tweet out a report from her phone (1:32). Plus, she gets reaction from Browns super fan Mike Ryan on the Odell Beckham, Jr. trade (29:29) and tries to make amends with the city of Pittsburgh by talking to Dave Dameshek (36:17).

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have tendered restricted free agents offensive lineman Evan Boehm, safety Matthias Farley and receiver Chester Rogers, the team announced. The team also tendered exclusive rights free agents receiver Marcus Johnson and long snapper Luke Rhodes.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have started working to address their need to find a No. 2 receiver to go with T.Y. Hilton. They have agreed to a one-year deal worth a maximum of $13 million with receiver Devin Funchess, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen. Funchess, a second-round pick by Carolina in 2015, only missed three games during his four seasons with the Panthers. His best season was in 2017 when he had 63 receptions for 840 yards and eight touchdowns. Funchess' size - 6-foot-4 - will be a welcoming addition for the Colts because tight end Eric Ebron was Andrew Luck's big target in the red zone. Contracts can't be signed until the NFL new year starts at 4 p.m. eastern on Wednesday.

Berry: Marlon Mack will be a workhorse for the Colts (2:54)

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts TE Jack Doyle recently had hip surgery and is not expected to return until training camp, general manager Chris Ballard said Wednesday during the NFL combine. Doyle originally injured hip in Week 2 against Washington last season. He returned for the Oct. 28 game at Oakland where he played four more games before his season ended with a kidney injury against Miami in late November. "(Hip) surgery was good," Ballard said. "He's rehabbing good. He will, my guess is, probably not do anything throughout OTA's. Jack is a vet player. I trust him. Trust that he's going to do everything to get back and we're shooting for the start of training camp for him to be back. Kidney is good. We're in good shape." The Colts currently have Eric Ebron, Mo Alie-Cox and Ross Travis under contract at tight end.


Barnwell Show: Constructing AB trades for (almost) every team with Sando

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)?

Team Stats

Passing Yards278.86th
Rushing Yards107.420th
Points For27.15th
Points Against21.510th

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