After spending his career with the Chargers, Philip Rivers appears to be close to moving to Indianapolis, as the veteran quarterback is reportedly finalizing a deal with the Colts. Indianapolis was long rumored to be interested in the longtime Los Angeles Chargers signal-caller, for a reunion with head coach Frank Reich. Rivers ranks sixth in NFL history in passing yards (59,271) and touchdowns (397). He has started 224 consecutive games.
Indianapolis May Be The Landing Spot For Ex-Chargers QB Philip Rivers
Ex-Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers may be making Indianapolis his new home, according Ian Rapoport. The NFL insider said that the Colts are the “most likely option” for Rivers’ new home. The Colts may be looking for an experienced signal caller after turning to Jacoby Brissett ...read more