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St. Louis Post-Dispatch Feb 10, 2017
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Linebacker D'Qwell Jackson became the first cost-cutting loss of the Indianapolis Colts' offseason.
FOX Sports Feb 10, 2017
With the Indianapolis Colts recently releasing D'Qwell Jackson, it begs the question of who else could be salary cap casualties for the Colts this offseason?We take a look at six potential candidates:The releasing of Art Jones seems pretty likely right now, as cutting the of...
Colts Insider | Indianapolis Star Feb 10, 2017
The Colts' offensive line is beginning to come together, but it's hardly not a finished product.
Indianapolis Colts' release of D'Qwell Jackson will save team about $5.5 million under cap
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The Indianapolis Colts have released 33-year-old linebacker D'Qwell Jackson, a move that will save the Colts about $5.5 million under the salary cap.
Several veteran players are owed big money in the coming weeks. That will force the Colts to make some decisions.
Some Indianapolis Colts players due significant salaries and bonuses might not be around for too much longer.
The Indianapolis Colts announced on Thursday afternoon that the team has released starting inside linebacker D'Qwell Jackson.The 33 year old made 12 starts for the Colts last season, recording 78 tackles and a sack before being suspended the final four games of the regular season for violat...
Two factors that likely worked against Jackson: his age and his price tag
NFL Draft experts see Florida State RB Dalvin Cook as a fit for the Colts
FOX Sports Feb 8, 2017
According to ESPN NFL Draft Analyst Todd McShay, the Indianapolis Colts are projected to select Florida State running back Dalvin Cook with the 15th overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft in his latest first round mock draft (via NFL Insider):15. Indianapolis Colts, 8-8Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida Sta...
Colts receivers and tight ends were a blend of good and bad, ups and downs
How the Indianapolis Colts look at their receiving positions heading into the offseason.
NFL Network analyst Deion Sanders accused Tony Dungy's Indianapolis Colts of cheating by stealing other team's defensive signals. Here 's what Dungy said and how it compares to the Patriots' Spygate scandal. (Dwight Adams/IndyStar)
FOX Sports Feb 8, 2017
NFL Network analyst and Hall of Fame cornerback Deion Sanders recently accused past Indianapolis Colts teams of stealing defensive signals--presumably during the 'Peyton Manning era' of the franchise's football.Sanders' statements were essentially said as justification to at ...