Chris Ballard - GMPosted 4/15/19 6:37pm ET
Indianapolis Colts WR Deon Cain (knee) likely will miss all of the offseason workouts but should be ready for training camp, according to general manager Chris Ballard.
Huddle Up: Cain should have a chance to compete for the No. 3 receiver role during camp and could have a solid role in the passing game in 2019. Owners in deeper leagues could consider Cain as a late-round option.
Chris Ballard - GMPosted 4/14/19 7:17pm ET
Indianapolis Colts WR Deon Cain (knee) has 'great upside,' according to general manager Chris Ballard.
Huddle Up: Cain is expected to be fully recovered by the start of the 2019 season, and he was generating buzz as a rookie prior to the knee injury. He could have a tough time making a steady impact for fantasy owners this year, but he's worth a late-round flier if he is featured in three-receiver sets.
T.Y. Hilton - WRPosted 4/7/19 9:22am ET
Indianapolis Colts WR T.Y. Hilton posted career season highs last season with 90.7 receiving yards per game and a 63.3-percent catch rate despite battling though various injuries.
Huddle Up: Even if the Colts add another wide receiver this offseason, Hilton figures to remain a top target for Andrew Luck and is a high-end WR2 consideration in drafts.
Marlon Mack - RBPosted 3/29/19 11:07am ET
Indianapolis Colts RB Marlon Mack can 'carry the load' and 'play on all three downs,' according to general manager Chris Ballard.
Huddle Up: It's not as if the Colts have another option at the moment that can legitimately push Mack for every-down work, although Nyheim Hines was drafted last spring to operate in a satellite-back role and will probably continue to function in that way. Still, it's hard to ignore what Mack did when he was finally healthy last year, carrying 218 times for 1,068 yards and 10 touchdowns in 13 games (including the playoffs). He carries RB1 upside into 2019 but will probably come with an RB2 price tag.
Jack Doyle - TEPosted 3/28/19 6:35pm ET
Indianapolis Colts TE Jack Doyle (hip) is still on track to return in time for training camp, according to head coach Frank Reich.
Huddle Up: With the signing of Devin Funchess and the emergence of Eric Ebron, Doyle isn't a lock to produce steady numbers. That being said, Andrew Luck loves his tight ends, so Doyle could be worth a look as a TE2.
Jack Doyle - TEPosted 2/27/19 11:34am ET
Indianapolis Colts TE Jack Doyle (hip) underwent hip surgery this offseason and is doing fine. The goal is for him to be recovered in time for training camp.
Huddle Up: Doyle was sidelined for 10 games because of the hip issue, while counterpart Eric Ebron blossomed. Ebron is the Colts tight end to draft, but Doyle may represent a sleeper if he's full go in camp and avoids aggravation.
Deon Cain - WRPosted 2/27/19 3:27pm ET
Indianapolis Colts WR Deon Cain (knee) is on track for the start of training camp, according to general manager Chris Ballard.
Huddle Up: Cain is recovering from a torn anterior cruciate ligament but could compete for the No. 2 receiver job during camp depending on what the team does at the position. He can be a late-round option in fantasy leagues if he is a top-three receiver for the Colts.
Dontrelle Inman - WRPosted 2/26/19 11:30pm ET
Impending free-agent WR Dontrelle Inman is hopeful about returning to the Indianapolis Colts in 2019 and wants to finish his career with the team. Inman told CBS Sports Radio that 'he doesn't want to go anywhere else' and 'it would feel amazing to finish in Indy.'
Huddle Up: Inman was the clear second option at receiver in Indy behind T.Y. Hilton by the end of the season, but there are a few potential hurdles for him to build on last year's finish. The Colts were smitten with Deon Cain last summer before he got hurt, and the former Clemson standout is a better (and younger talent). Indianapolis also has a ton of cap room to use in free agency and could easily draft a receiver, pushing Inman to third or fourth on the depth chart in the event he is brought back.
Deon Cain - WRPosted 2/16/19 6:49pm ET
Indianapolis Colts WR Deon Cain (knee) will have a 'chance to become a big-play threat' in his second season, according to Mike Sando of ESPN.com.
Huddle Up: Cain was turning heads in training camp as a rookie prior to his knee injury, but he could pick up where he left off in 2019, especially now that Andrew Luck has returned to form. Cain could be a great target in dynasty formats during the offseason.
Andrew Luck - QBPosted 2/2/19 6:22pm ET
Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck was named the 2018 Comeback Player of the Year Saturday, February 2, becoming the first player in franchise history to earn the honor.
Huddle Up: Luck's 39 touchdown passes ranked second in the NFL, and he set career highs in completions and completion percentage. He has re-established himself as a high-end QB1 heading into 2019.
Adam Vinatieri - PKPosted 1/25/19 9:49am ET
Indianapolis Colts PK Adam Vinatieri agreed to a one-year contract Friday, Jan. 25, to remain with the team for the 2019 season.
Huddle Up: At age 46 by the end of the season, Vinatieri was 14th among league kickers in scoring with 113 points and will still a low-end K1 option in fantasy next summer.
Adam Vinatieri - PKPosted 1/25/19 4:02pm ET
Indianapolis Colts PK Adam Vinatieri said he is not sure if 2019 will be his final season. He said he could consider continuing his playing career if he is productive in 2019.
Huddle Up: Vinatieri made 23 of his 27 field goals this season and has been one of the more consistent kickers over the last several years. He can be a starting option in fantasy leagues.
Jack Doyle - TEPosted 1/24/19 5:42pm ET
Indianapolis Colts TE Jack Doyle (hip, kidney) may need to undergo surgery this offseason on the hip injury he suffered during the regular season.
Huddle Up: Doyle probably would miss most of the offseason workouts if undergoes surgery. He should still have a role in the passing game next season even if he is not the starter and could be a No. 2 tight end in fantasy leagues.
Deon Cain - WRPosted 1/23/19 10:09pm ET
Indianapolis Colts WR Deon Cain (knee) indicated he's unlikely to do anything until August in hopes of making sure he's at 100 percent.
Huddle Up: Cain generated some buzz during his initial training camp before tearing his ACL and could push for a significant role in the Colts offense if he's able to return at full strength. He's a name to file away.
Adam Vinatieri - PKPosted 1/20/19 11:19am ET
Indianapolis Colts PK Adam Vinatieri wants to play a 24th NFL season in 2019. Vinatieri is a pending free agent this offseason.
Huddle Up: The 46-year-old Vinatieri finished 14th among fantasy kickers with 113 points, and if the Colts don't re-sign him, there's a good chance he'll win a job with another team that prefers a veteran kicker over a young and unproven one.
Adam Vinatieri - PKPosted 1/15/19 11:36am ET
Indianapolis Colts impending free-agent PK Adam Vinatieri may return to the Colts if the Colts have their way, according to a source.
Huddle Up: Vinatieri has been historically accurate and consistent, but he's avoided No. 1 fantasy kicker numbers for two consecutive years now. Even if he's brought back in one of the league's best offenses, there are plenty of better options at kicker.
Deon Cain - WRPosted 1/14/19 5:56pm ET
Indianapolis Colts WR Deon Cain (knee) could be an option for the No. 2 receiver job next season if he can recover from his torn anterior cruciate ligament.
Huddle Up: Cain missed the entire 2018 season because of his injury, so owners should keep an eye on him during offseason workouts and training camp. He could be a late-round pick in fantasy leagues if he wins a starting job.
Adam Vinatieri - PKPosted 1/13/19 7:39am ET
Indianapolis Colts PK Adam Vinatieri said he will take one to two weeks to decide if he will return for the 2019 season, although he hinted that he would come back if the club offered him a contract.
Huddle Up: Despite being the NFL's oldest player at age 46, Vinatieri was an impressive 23-for-27 on field goal attempts in 2018, including making four field goals of more than 50 yards. Assuming that he returns for his 24th season, he makes a solid starting option in all fantasy formats.
T.Y. Hilton - WRPosted 1/13/19 7:30am ET
Indianapolis Colts WR T.Y. Hilton (ankle) revealed after the team's loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round playoff game that he had been playing through low and high sprains on the same ankle. However, he is expected to make a full recovery by the start of next season without needing to undergo surgery.
Huddle Up: In addition to the ankle injuries, Hilton also dealt with hamstring, chest and shoulder ailments during the 2018 season. The 29-year-old had 76 receptions for 1,270 yards and six touchdowns in 14 regular-season contests and caught nine passes for 145 yards and a touchdown in two postseason games. He should be viewed as a WR1 in all fantasy formats as long as Andrew Luck remains healthy.
Marlon Mack - RBPosted 1/12/19 4:48pm ET
Indianapolis Colts RB Marlon Mack (hip) suffered a hip injury during the Divisional Round playoff game and will not return.
Huddle Up: Mack was fairly quiet against the Kansas City Chiefs but played well during the second half of the season with three 100-yard games and six touchdowns in the previous five games. His role next season will be determined by what the team does during the offseason, but he can be a No. 2 running back if he keeps the starting job.
Andrew Luck - QBPosted 1/12/19 5:26pm ET
Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck completed just 19 of 36 passes for 203 yards and a touchdown in a divisional playoff loss to the Kansas City Chiefs Saturday, Jan. 12.
Huddle Up: Luck was pressured more than usual and his passing was obviously affected by that. The Chiefs defense came to play and the Colts offense couldn't keep up. Luck did have a tremendous year, though, and proved he's back in the top five fantasy quarterback conversation.
Marlon Mack - RBPosted 1/12/19 5:42pm ET
Indianapolis Colts RB Marlon Mack (hip) pranced nine times for 51 yards, missing out on his only target in a divisional playoff loss to the Kansas City Chiefs Saturday, Jan. 12. He did leave early with a hip injury.
Huddle Up: Mack's year ended in disappointment, but he took the league by storm en route to over 1,000 yards from scrimmage and 10 total touchdowns in only 12 games. He has RB1 upside, but it's better to draft him as an RB2.
Eric Ebron - TEPosted 1/12/19 5:36pm ET
Indianapolis Colts TE Eric Ebron caught five of nine targets for 51 yards in a divisional playoff loss to the Kansas City Chiefs Saturday, Jan. 12.
Huddle Up: Ebron's stellar stint with his new team has finally come to an end. The question now is, will he be able to even come close to duplicating it? Scoring 13 touchdowns again is unlikely, but he now possesses top five tight end appeal.
T.Y. Hilton - WRPosted 1/12/19 5:31pm ET
Indianapolis Colts WR T.Y. Hilton caught four of his 10 targets for 60 yards and a touchdown in a divisional playoff loss to the Kansas City Chiefs Saturday, Jan. 12.
Huddle Up: Hilton really rebounded in 2018 with Andrew Luck back at full health. His 1,270 yards were the third most in a season of his career. As long as Luck stays healthy, Hilton merits top 10 wide receiver appeal.
Ryan Grant - WRPosted 1/10/19 10:08am ET
Indianapolis Colts WR Ryan Grant (toe) has been ruled out of the divisional-round playoff game with a toe injury, head coach Frank Reich said Thursday, Jan. 10.
Huddle Up: Grant will miss his second straight playoff game, meaning Indy's other WRs such as Chester Rogers, Dontrelle Inman and Zach Pascal will need to step up again to take some heat off No. 1 wideout T.Y. Hilton
Dontrelle Inman - WRPosted 1/10/19 12:29pm ET
Indianapolis Colts WR Dontrelle Inman (shoulder, finger) was limited in practice Thursday, Jan. 10.
Huddle Up: It would have been nice for him to get a full practice in, but he should play nonetheless. He's been an underrate asset for the Colts and deserves flex consideration at worst for those privy to DFS contests.
Eric Ebron - TEPosted 1/10/19 12:25pm ET
Indianapolis Colts TE Eric Ebron (hip) was a full practice participant Thursday, Jan. 10.
Huddle Up: Ebron will be on the field, and the Colts will be glad to have him. The Kansas City Chiefs have defended tight ends poorly this year and could be without Eric Berry. Start him with confidence.
T.Y. Hilton - WRPosted 1/10/19 12:21pm ET
Indianapolis Colts WR T.Y. Hilton (ankle) missed practice Thursday, Jan. 10, but was not listed with a designation despite not practicing all week.
Huddle Up: Hilton will play in the Colts' most meaningful game of the season to date. He has struggled much more outdoors than he has indoors, but the Kansas City Chiefs are ripe for the picking. He's still a top DFS wide receiver on this weekend's slate.
Marlon Mack - RBPosted 1/10/19 8:28pm ET
Indianapolis Colts RB Marlon Mack delivers 'body blows' in the run game in addition to having big-play speed, according to head coach Frank Reich, and QB Andrew Luck said Mack has matured as an all-around back.
Huddle Up: Mack has emerged as a legitimate lead back this season, and after scoring five times in the final four regular season games, he ran for 148 yards and a score in a win over Houston in the wild-card round. Mack should remain a strong fantasy option in playoff contests, and he looks like a high-end RB2 candidate for 2019.
T.Y. Hilton - WRPosted 1/9/19 12:58pm ET
Indianapolis Colts WR T.Y. Hilton (ankle) remained out of practice Wednesday, Jan. 9.
Huddle Up: Hilton has missed a lot of practice this year but only missed two games. If he's active he'll be fixing to have a field day against one of the worst defenses in the NFL in the Kansas City Chiefs.
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