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Topic - Chuck Pagano
Colts coach Chuck Pagano isn't looking for an apology over Jeff Triplette's latest officiating controversy.
Daniel Adongo is finally starting to feel comfortable with the Colts.
Here they come: the Panthers, Cardinals and Steelers.
Here's one way to ease your stress as fantasy football hits its crunch time: Focus only on the decisions you can control.
Perfect as coach Andy Reid's Kansas City Chiefs have been _ well, record-wise, anyway, at 9-0 _ they are well aware that the offense has been mediocre and the schedule has been forgiving.
The hours are brutal, and so are the expectations of millions who sit in judgment of what you do on Sunday afternoon.
The easiest one-word summary of the 2013 fantasy football season so far: Ouch.
The Colts' victory over Peyton Manning came at a hefty price.
The Denver Broncos finally have their whole gang back together on defense.
Peyton Manning strides across America this week like some modern-day Colossus, blocking out the sun from every other story on the NFL's broad horizon.
Indianapolis owner Jim Irsay backed down a bit after Broncos coach John Fox and former Colts general manager Bill Polian chided him for comments critical of Peyton Manning.
Ahmad Bradshaw's season is over and his brief stop in Indy might be, too.
Trent Richardson's new NFL home has all the features he's wanted.
The Indianapolis Colts got the message, loud and clear. The team owner expects a sharper performance and a better effort Sunday night against the New York Giants.
Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis were virtually inseparable as Colts teammates.
One day after the ref reversed a call on fourth-and-goal, giving the Bengals a touchdown at the end of the first half instead of giving the Colts a stop, Pagano said he was still waiting to hear from the NFL though he knows it won't change a thing.