Hundreds of players found new teams through free agency and the draft. But every team still has at least one need.
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Whether Frank Reich can get the Colts' new quarterback on track will be critical to the success of the team in 2021.
As each team's rookie class gets up to speed, here's what we're hearing in league circles about every team's 2021 roster.
The crew reacts to Davante Adams saying his future with Green Bay potentially depends on how things play out with Aaron Rodgers and Packers. Season expectations for the Titans and Colts, Steelers offense, and the NFC East are other topics of discussion.
The crew discusses give their thoughts on the Jags expecting to sign Tim Tebow as a tight end and reaction to Colts signing Eric Fisher to protect Carson Wentz's blindside. Also, looking ahead to matchups in anticipation to this week's schedule release. The QB battle in New England is also a topic of discussion.
Pro Bowl left tackle Eric Fisher is signing a one-year, $9.4 million deal with the Indianapolis Colts, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
While the trade for Wentz has been the big headliner of the team's offseason, its focus on addressing defensive needs should not be ignored.
The Jaguars got a star at No. 1. The Steelers and Cowboys tried to plug holes. Mel Kiper Jr.'s 2021 report card is here.
The Colts addressed their need for pass-rushers by selecting Michigan's Kwity Paye and Vanderbilt's Dayo Odeyingbo in the first two rounds.
Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer
Here's the breakdown of who the Colts picked in the 2021 draft: No. 21 Kwity Paye, DE No. 54 Dayo Odeyingbo, DE No. 127 Kylen Granson, TE No. 165 Shawn Davis, S No. 218 Sam Ehlinger, QB No. 229 Mike Strachan, WR No. 248 Will Fries, OG
In a move surprising no one, the Indianapolis Colts on Wednesday exercised the fifth-year option on perennial All-Pro guard Quenton Nelson's rookie contract.
Indianapolis has six picks. But there’s still plenty of time for Ballard to add more, which he will likely try to do.
What does your favorite team really need? What's an overlooked need it should fill? Football Outsiders breaks it all down.
Pick the perfect first-round quarterback, running back, wide receiver, tight end or offensive lineman for your favorite team based on draft spot, need and skill set.
The 10-year veteran wide receiver is the biggest name to sign with the Colts, as the team has mostly re-signed its own free agents.
Which zip code has produced the most NFL quarterbacks? Which states have turned out the best -- and worst? Take a dive into the data for 721 players at the game's most important position.
NFL Live: Justin Fields hosts a private pro day. Our crew breaks down which teams were in attendance and what it means for the draft
Several NFL teams attended Justin Fields' 2nd pro day Wednesday. Who was there and who wasn't? With the Cleveland Browns adding Jadeveon Clowney, are they a dark-horse championship contender?
The veteran is back in the fold, but durability concerns for Hilton and Parris Campbell make it imperative the team land a future starter at wideout.