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AFC South
Lucas Oil Stadium
Head Coach
Frank Reich
Offensive Coordinator
Nick Sirianni
Defensive Coordinator
Matt Eberflus
Special Teams Coach
Ray "Bubba"Ventrone
Defensive Scheme
Team News
Parris Campbell Says He's 100 Percent Healthy

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell (foot) said that he's 100 percent healthy heading into the 2020 season and has been for several months. Campbell played in just seven games (three starts) in his rookie season because of injuries, ultimately finishing with 18 receptions, 127 receiving yards and one touchdown. The second-round selection should see most of his snaps out of the slot in 2020 with Chester Rogers out of the picture, and the second-year wideout could be an excellent late-round value pick with Philip Rivers looking to him underneath now. But he'll obviously need to stay healthy in order to do so.

Kemoko Turay Rehabbing, Trying To Become Complete Pass-Rusher

Indianapolis Colts defensive end Kemoko Turay, who was placed on Injured Reserve last year after fracturing his deltoid and tearing a ligament in his ankle, has been rehabbing on the field and is poised to be a major pass-rushing contributor in 2020. In 18 games over two seasons in the NFL, Turay has 5.5 sacks and 18 QB hits with the Colts. At 6-foot-5, 248 pounds, Turay has the quickness and bend around the edge to be a successful pass-rusher for Indy if he can stay on the field. Head coach Frank Reich "feels good" about where Turay is in his rehab, and he's been able to rehab at the Colts team facility. The second-round pick could become more of a complete pass-rusher while training with former Colt Robert Mathis. He could be a great complement to both DeForest Buckner and Justin Houston on Indy's defensive line.

Parris Campbell To Play More In The Slot

Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said that wide receiver Parris Campbell will play more in the slot this season with the team wanting to move him around. "Im super pumped about Parris and his upside," Reich said. Campbell battle a handful of injuries in his rookie season, and he wound up playing in only seven games (three starts). The 22-year-old reeled in 18 catches for 127 yards and one touchdown in his first season. However, he'll start in three-wide sets with T.Y. Hilton and rookie Michael Pittman Jr. and has big-time upside with Philip Rivers now at quarterback in Indy. Campbell is an excellent value pick late in drafts as a second-year sleeper if he can stay healthy in 2020.

2 days ago
Jonathan Taylor Could See Even More Touches In 2020

Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor could be involved in the team's offensive plan from the get-go this season. According to head coach Frank Reich and offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni, they both reiterated that the rookie, along with Marlon Mack, will form an impactful one-two punch during the 2020 campaign. Mack has missed numerous games due to injury throughout his tenure in the league, but he still managed to finish with a career-best 1,091 yards in 2019. However, with the former Badger now in the mix, Mack may concede more touches in 2020 than initially thought.

2 days ago
Colts See Larger Role For Nyheim Hines

Indianapolis Colts running back Nyheim Hines was a big loser this offseason on the surface. The team drafted Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor in the second round, and with Marlon Mack still around, Hines was seemingly relegated to a third-string role. But the team actually expects Hines to get more usage now that Philip Rivers is the team's quarterback, as Rivers has been one of the NFL's best at getting back involved in the passing game, and Hines has the speed and footwork to be a good receiving back. Offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni suggests that Hines is in for a big year. Does that mean you should rush out to buy him in dynasty leagues and overdraft him in re-draft? No. He's still going to cede lots of snaps to Taylor and Mack, and while Hines has upside as a late round fantasy pick and the team is definitely saying all the right things, it's hard to see him getting too many more looks this year, and his expanded use in the pass game might come at the cost of his use in the running game.

10 days ago