Phillip B. Wilson

Phillip B. Wilson

AllColts Publisher/Editor

Sharing Colts Stories About Peyton Manning as he's Voted Into Hall of Fame
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Sharing Colts Stories About Peyton Manning as he's Voted Into Hall of Fame

At some point during Peyton Manning’s NFL career, it became obvious that those of us covering the Indianapolis Colts quarterback’s career were witnesses to history. It was quite an enthralling endeavor, to say the least.

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Will Colts Extend Key Players?
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Will Colts Extend Key Players?

Although the Indianapolis Colts have several players set to become free agents in March, a fair argument could be made that All-Pros Quenton Nelson and Darius Leonard have earned extensions before the final years of their deals.

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Which QBs Should Colts Pursue Next?
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Which QBs Should Colts Pursue Next?

Now that the Detroit Lions have reportedly agreed to trade quarterback Matthew Stafford to the L.A. Rams, the Indianapolis Colts must readjust and consider several alternatives either via trade or free agency.

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New Colts Offensive Coordinator Marcus Brady Took CFL Path to Earn Promotion
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New Colts Offensive Coordinator Marcus Brady Took CFL Path to Earn Promotion

The Indianapolis Colts didn’t take much time to replace offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni as quarterback coach Marcus Brady was hired. Brady proved himself as a player and coach in the CFL before coming to the NFL.

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Owner Jim Irsay: Colts Need Veteran QB
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Owner Jim Irsay: Colts Need Veteran QB

As the Indianapolis Colts weigh their quarterback options in the offseason, owner Jim Irsay conceded the best solution would be to add a proven passer.

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Will Colts Trade for Matthew Stafford?
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Will Colts Trade for Matthew Stafford?

The Indianapolis Colts need a quarterback. The Detroit Lions and Matthew Stafford have agreed to part ways. How much would he cost in trade?

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Colts Coach Frank Reich Commends Nick Sirianni on Becoming Eagles Head Coach
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Colts Coach Frank Reich Commends Nick Sirianni on Becoming Eagles Head Coach

The Philadelphia Eagles’ hiring of Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni as head coach prompted Colts head coach Frank Reich to offer a comment on how excited he is for his assistant.

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NFL Picks: Conference Championships
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NFL Picks: Conference Championships

Time to decide which teams advance to Super Bowl LV. Will the Tampa Bay Buccaneers become the first team to play a Super Bowl at home? They must knock off Green Bay to get back to Tampa. In the AFC, the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs host the underdog Buffalo Bills.

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QB Coach Marcus Brady Promoted to Indianapolis Colts Offensive Coordinator
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QB Coach Marcus Brady Promoted to Indianapolis Colts Offensive Coordinator

Not long after Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni agreed to become the Philadelphia Eagles head coach, the Colts turned to quarterbacks coach Marcus Brady as Sirianni’s replacement.

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Report: Philadelphia Eagles Hire Indianapolis Colts Assistant Nick Sirianni as Head Coach
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Report: Philadelphia Eagles Hire Indianapolis Colts Assistant Nick Sirianni as Head Coach

Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni reportedly has been chosen as Philadelphia Eagles head coach. The longtime NFL assistant spent the past three seasons with the Colts.

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Colts Statements on Philip Rivers Retirement
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Colts Statements on Philip Rivers Retirement

The three most influential leaders of the Indianapolis Colts expressed their gratitude to quarterback Philip Rivers after he announced his retirement.

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Don’t Expect Colts to Draft Quarterback
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Don’t Expect Colts to Draft Quarterback

Based on Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard’s skepticism about drafting the right quarterback in the first round, the most logical solution to replacing retiring Philip Rivers is another established veteran.

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