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1 PRESEASON WEEK 2 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (0-1) vs. NEW YORK GIANTS (1-0) 7 P.M. EDT | SUNDAY, AUG. 18, 2013 | METLIFE STADIUM The Indianapolis Colts will continue their preseason slate with a FOX nationally tele- vised road contest on Sunday against the New York Giants. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at MetLife Stadium. In the preseason opener last week, the Colts fell to the Buffalo Bills, 44-20, at Lucas Oil Stadium. Despite the loss, Indianapolis saw scoring on offense, defense and special teams. QB- Matt Hasselbeck connected with a diving WR-T.Y. Hilton for a 45-yard touchdown completion to end the first quarter. OLB-Caesar Rayford recorded a sack-fumble on Bills QB-Jeff Tuel and CB-Daxton Swanson re- turned it 72 yards for a touchdown. K-Adam Vinatieri was 2-of-2 for the day after hitting field goals from 25 and 44 yards. S-Delano Howell led both teams with 11 total tackles, including six solo stops. The Giants won their first preseason game, 18-13, against the Pittsburgh Steelers. QB-Eli Manning and WR-Victor Cruz high- lighted the offense with a 57-yard pass for a touchdown in the first quarter of the game. LB-Spencer Paysinger led the Giants in tack- les with five, including four solo stops. The Colts will break camp in Anderson, Ind. on Friday before trav- eling to New York. Following Sunday’s game against the Giants, the Colts will resume practices at the Indiana Farm Bureau Foot- ball Center. Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton TV coverage: FOX Play-by-Play: Joe Buck Color Analyst: Troy Aikman Sideline: Pam Oliver Radio coverage: WFNI & WLHK Play-by-Play: Bob Lamey Color Analyst: Jim Sorgi Sideline: Matt Taylor Team W L T Pct. Pts. Opp. Houston 12 4 0 .750 416 331 Indianapolis 11 5 0 .688 357 387 Tennessee 6 10 0 .375 330 471 Jacksonville 2 14 0 .125 255 444 PRESEASON (0-1) Day Date Opponent TV Time/Result Sun. Aug. 11 BUFFALO WNDY L, 44-20 Sun. Aug. 18 at New York Giants FOX 7 p.m. Sat. Aug. 24 CLEVELAND WNDY 7 p.m. Sun. Aug. 29 at Cincinnati WNDY 7 p.m. REGULAR SEASON (0-0) Day Date Opponent TV Time/Result Sun. Sept. 8 OAKLAND CBS 1 p.m. Sun. Sept. 15 MIAMI CBS 1 p.m. Sun. Sept. 22 at San Francisco CBS 4:25 p.m. Sun. Sept. 29 at Jacksonville CBS 1 p.m. Sun. Oct. 6 SEATTLE FOX 1 p.m. Mon. Oct. 14 at San Diego ESPN 8:40 p.m. Sun. Oct. 20 DENVER NBC 8:30 p.m. Sun. Oct. 27 BYE WEEK Sun. Nov. 3 at Houston NBC 8:30 p.m. Sun. Nov. 10 ST. LOUIS FOX 1 p.m. Thurs. Nov. 14 at Tennessee NFLN 8:25 p.m. Sun. Nov. 24 at Arizona CBS 4:05 p.m. Sun. Dec. 1 TENNESSEE CBS 1 p.m. Sun. Dec. 8 at Cincinnati CBS 1 p.m. Sun. Dec. 15 HOUSTON CBS 1 p.m. Sun. Dec. 22 at Kansas City CBS 1 p.m. Sun. Dec. 29 JACKSONVILLE CBS 1 p.m. On the Colts media website, http://media.colts.com, media outlets can access up-to-date Colts information, including press releases, transcripts, daily notes, game releases and media schedules/avail- abilities. The site also offers access to the 2013 media guide as well as the ability to request season and game-by-game credentials. BROADCAST INFORMATION COLTS TAKE ON GIANTS IN NEWYORK INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 2013 SCHEDULE 2012 FINAL AFC SOUTH STANDINGS COLTS MEDIA SITE Tuesday, August 13 11 a.m. - Walkthrough (CLOSED TO PUBLIC) Noon - Coach Pagano and Players Available 3 p.m. - Practice Wednesday, August 14 9:30 a.m. - Walkthrough (CLOSED TO PUBLIC) 10:50 a.m. - Coach Pagano and Players Available 1:50 p.m. - Practice Thursday, August 15 9:30 a.m. - Walkthrough (CLOSED TO PUBLIC) 10:50 a.m. - Coach Pagano and Players Available 1:50 p.m. - Practice Friday, August 16 BREAK CAMP 10:30 a.m. - Practice 12:30 p.m. - Coach Pagano and Players Available Saturday, August 17 Travel Day No Availability Sunday, August 18 Colts vs. Giants, 7 p.m. MetLife Stadium Monday, August 19 Coach Pagano Conference Call INDIANAPOLIS COLTS WEEKLY PRESS RELEASE Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center P.O. Box 535000 Indianapolis, IN 46253 www.colts.com WEEKLY MEDIA AVAILABILITY : AUGUST 13-19
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    PRESEASON WEEK 2INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (0-1) vs. NEW YORK GIANTS (1-0)7 P.M. EDT | SUNDAY, AUG. 18, 2013 | METLIFE STADIUM

    The Indianapolis Colts will continue theirpreseason slate with a FOX nationally tele-vised road contest on Sunday against theNew York Giants. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. atMetLife Stadium.In the preseason opener last week, the Coltsfell to the Buffalo Bills, 44-20, at Lucas OilStadium. Despite the loss, Indianapolis saw scoring onoffense, defense and special teams. QB-Matt Hasselbeck connected with a divingWR-T.Y. Hilton for a 45-yard touchdown

    completion to end the first quarter. OLB-Caesar Rayford recordeda sack-fumble on Bills QB-Jeff Tuel and CB-Daxton Swanson re-turned it 72 yards for a touchdown. K-Adam Vinatieri was 2-of-2for the day after hitting field goals from 25 and 44 yards. S-DelanoHowell led both teams with 11 total tackles, including six solo stops.The Giants won their first preseason game, 18-13, against thePittsburgh Steelers. QB-Eli Manning and WR-Victor Cruz high-lighted the offense with a 57-yard pass for a touchdown in the firstquarter of the game. LB-Spencer Paysinger led the Giants in tack-les with five, including four solo stops.The Colts will break camp in Anderson, Ind. on Friday before trav-eling to New York. Following Sunday’s game against the Giants,the Colts will resume practices at the Indiana Farm Bureau Foot-ball Center.

    Indianapolis Colts widereceiver T.Y. Hilton

    TV coverage: FOXPlay-by-Play: Joe BuckColor Analyst: Troy AikmanSideline: Pam OliverRadio coverage: WFNI & WLHKPlay-by-Play: Bob LameyColor Analyst: Jim SorgiSideline: Matt Taylor

    Team W L T Pct. Pts. Opp.Houston 12 4 0 .750 416 331Indianapolis 11 5 0 .688 357 387Tennessee 6 10 0 .375 330 471Jacksonville 2 14 0 .125 255 444

    PRESEASON (0-1)Day Date Opponent TV Time/ResultSun. Aug. 11 BUFFALO WNDY L, 44-20Sun. Aug. 18 at New York Giants FOX 7 p.m.Sat. Aug. 24 CLEVELAND WNDY 7 p.m.Sun. Aug. 29 at Cincinnati WNDY 7 p.m.REGULAR SEASON (0-0)Day Date Opponent TV Time/ResultSun. Sept. 8 OAKLAND CBS 1 p.m.Sun. Sept. 15 MIAMI CBS 1 p.m.Sun. Sept. 22 at San Francisco CBS 4:25 p.m.Sun. Sept. 29 at Jacksonville CBS 1 p.m.Sun. Oct. 6 SEATTLE FOX 1 p.m.Mon. Oct. 14 at San Diego ESPN 8:40 p.m.Sun. Oct. 20 DENVER NBC 8:30 p.m.Sun. Oct. 27 BYE WEEKSun. Nov. 3 at Houston NBC 8:30 p.m.Sun. Nov. 10 ST. LOUIS FOX 1 p.m.Thurs. Nov. 14 at Tennessee NFLN 8:25 p.m.Sun. Nov. 24 at Arizona CBS 4:05 p.m.Sun. Dec. 1 TENNESSEE CBS 1 p.m.Sun. Dec. 8 at Cincinnati CBS 1 p.m.Sun. Dec. 15 HOUSTON CBS 1 p.m.Sun. Dec. 22 at Kansas City CBS 1 p.m.Sun. Dec. 29 JACKSONVILLE CBS 1 p.m.

    On the Colts media website, http://media.colts.com, media outletscan access up-to-date Colts information, including press releases,transcripts, daily notes, game releases and media schedules/avail-abilities. The site also offers access to the 2013 media guide as wellas the ability to request season and game-by-game credentials.

    BROADCAST INFORMATIONCOLTS TAKE ON GIANTS IN NEW YORK

    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 2013 SCHEDULE

    2012 FINAL AFC SOUTH STANDINGS

    COLTS MEDIA SITE

    Tuesday, August 1311 a.m. - Walkthrough(CLOSED TO PUBLIC)Noon - Coach Paganoand Players Available 3 p.m. - Practice

    Wednesday, August 149:30 a.m. - Walkthrough(CLOSED TO PUBLIC)10:50 a.m. - CoachPagano and PlayersAvailable 1:50 p.m. - Practice

    Thursday, August 159:30 a.m. - Walkthrough(CLOSED TO PUBLIC)10:50 a.m. - CoachPagano and PlayersAvailable 1:50 p.m. - Practice

    Friday, August 16BREAK CAMP10:30 a.m. - Practice12:30 p.m. - CoachPagano and PlayersAvailable

    Saturday, August 17Travel Day

    No Availability

    Sunday, August 18Colts vs. Giants, 7 p.m.

    MetLife StadiumMonday, August 19

    Coach Pagano Conference Call

    INDIANAPOLIS COLTSWEEKLY PRESS RELEASEIndiana Farm Bureau Football CenterP.O. Box 535000Indianapolis, IN 46253www.colts.com

    WEEKLY MEDIA AVAILABILITY : AUGUST 13-19

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS / IMPORTANT NFL DATES

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    Game Preview/Important Information............................................1Table of Contents/Important NFL Dates ........................................2Injury Update/Stats Comparison ...................................................3Head Coaches...............................................................................4Connections ..................................................................................5Offseason Moves...........................................................................62013 NFL Draft Picks ....................................................................72012 Milestones .........................................................................8-92012 Individual Honors..................................................................92012 Colts Notes ....................................................................10-11Unofficial Colts Depth Chart ........................................................12Colts Players By Position ............................................................13How the Colts were Built .............................................................14Colts Alphabetical Roster ............................................................15Colts Numerical Roster ...............................................................16Colts Transactions.......................................................................172012 Colts Regular Season Stats ...............................................182012 Colts Regular Season Defensive Stats ..............................192013 Colts Preseason Stats........................................................202013 Colts Preseason Defensive Stats.......................................21

    August 15-19Second Preseason Weekend.August 22-25Third Preseason Weekend.August 27Prior to 4:00 p.m., New York time, clubs must reduce their rostersto a maximum of 75 players on the Active List.August 28All tryouts on this date and for the remainder of the season mustbe reported to the League office.August 29Final Preseason Games.August 31Prior to 6:00 p.m., New York time, clubs must reduce rosters to amaximum of 53 players on the Active/Inactive List.August 31Simultaneously with the cut-down to 53, clubs that have players inthe categories of Active/Physically Unable to Perform or Active/Non-Football Injury or Illness must select one of the following options:place player on Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform orReserve/Non-Football Injury or Illness, whichever is applicable; re-quest waivers; terminate contract; trade contract; or continue tocount the player on the Active List.September 1Claiming period for players placed on waivers at the final roster re-duction will expire at 12:00 p.m., New York time.September 1Beginning at 12:00 p.m., New York time, clubs may establish aPractice Squad of eight players by signing free agents who do nothave an Accrued Season of free agency credit or who were on the46-player Active List for less than nine regular season games duringeach of any Accrued Seasons. A player cannot serve on the Prac-tice Squad for more than three seasons.September 1Final day of preseason training camp for all clubs, as defined inCBA Article 23, Section 9.September 3After 4:00 p.m., New York time, a club is permitted to place aplayer on Reserve/Injured as “Designated for Return.”September 4 At 4:00 p.m., New York time, deadline for all NFL Player Con-tracts, Practice Player Contracts, tender offers, and miscellaneousamounts to fit within each Club’s 2013 Salary Cap, in anticipationof the midnight expiration of the Top 51 Rule.September 5 At 12:00 a.m., New York time, the Top 51 Rule expires for all NFLClubs.September 5, 8-9Regular Season opens.September 24Beginning on the Tuesday following the third weekend of regularseason games, the claiming priority is based on the inverse orderof the standing of clubs in the current season’s games.September 29NFL International Series, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Minnesota Vikings,London, EnglandOctober 7-9Fall League Meeting, Washington, D.C.

    The Indianapolis Colts will celebrate 30 seasons as an NFL fran-chise in Indianapolis this year. Professional football came to the cityon March 28, 1984, when Robert Irsay moved the historic NFL fran-chise from Baltimore to Indianapolis.

    Since moving to Indianapolis, the Colts have compiled a 242-221(.523) record in 463 total games. During that span, the team hasposted one Super Bowl Championship in two appearances, 17 win-ning seasons, 15 playoff apperances and 12 10-win seasons.

    TABLE OF CONTENTS IMPORTANT NFL DATES

    COLTS 30TH ANNIVERSARY

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    COLTS ONLINE

    Twitter.com/Colts

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    INJURY UPDATE / STATS COMPARISON

    COLTS GIANTSPASSING YARDS

    A. Luck .........................4,374 E. Manning ...................3,948RUSHING YARDS

    V. Ballard .........................814 A. Bradshaw.................1,015D. Brown .........................417 A. Brown..........................385A. Luck ............................255 D. Wilson.........................358

    RECEIVING YARDSR. Wayne......................1,355 V. Cruz..........................1,092T. Hilton ...........................861 H. Nicks...........................692D. Avery...........................781 M. Bennett .......................626

    POINTS SCOREDA. Vinatieri .......................115 L. Tynes...........................145T. Hilton .............................48 V. Cruz...............................60A. Luck/R. Wayne..............30 A. Brown............................50

    INTERCEPTIONSD. Butler ..............................4 S. Brown..............................8V. Davis ...............................3 C. Webster ..........................4Five players.........................1 M. Boley ..............................3

    SACKSR. Mathis ..........................8.0 J. Pierre-Paul ...................6.5D. Freeney .......................5.0 O. Umenyiora ...................6.0J. Hughes .........................4.0 J. Tuck/L. Joseph .............4.0

    KICKOFF RETURN YARDS (AVG.)D. Karim................328 (36.4) D. Wilson ...........1,533 (26.9)C. Vaughn .............209 (20.9)T. Zbikowski ..........123 (20.5)

    PUNT RETURN YARDS (AVG.)T. Hilton .................300 (11.5) R. Randle................108 (7.2)

    PUNTING YARDS (GROSS/NET AVG.)P. McAfee...3,520 (48.2/40.3) S. Weatherford...2,757 (47.5/39.4)

    FIELD GOALSA. Vinatieri ......26/33 (78.8%) R. Lindell.........33/39 (84.6%)

    2012 TEAM LEADERS

    Date W/L Site Attendance9/12/1953 L, 10-6 Busch Stadium 12,000

    St. Louis, Mo.9/6/1955 L, 17-14 Parade Stadium 20,000

    Minneapolis, Minn.8/20/1956 L, 28-10 Braves Field 21,000

    Boston, Mass.9/14/1958 W, 27-21 Memorial Stadium 11,1119/21/1958 W, 42-21 Fairground Stadium 18,747

    Louisville, Ky.8/21/1959 W, 28-3 Cotton Bowl 55,000

    Dallas, Texas9/10/1961 W, 49-20 Yale Bowl 50,787

    New Haven, Conn.8/22/1980 W, 37-20 Memorial Stadium 27,1638/15/1981 L, 20-17 Giants Stadium 40,7168/14/1982 W, 19-14 Memorial Stadium 31,9858/20/1983 L, 27-14 Giants Stadium 32,2058/11/1984 W, 26-20 Hoosier Dome 60,236ALL-TIME SERIES: Colts lead, 7-5CURRENT STREAK: Colts won 1

    COLTS-GIANTS ALL-TIME PRESEASON RESULTS

    COLTS INJURY UPDATE

    Rush Rush Pass Pass Sks/ 1st Punt Kick 3rd 4th Red GoalYds/ Yds/ Yds/ Yds/ Yds/ Yds/ Int. Pass Dwns/ Rtrn Rtrn FG Dwn Dwn Zone to Go Avg. Pts/

    Tm Gm Play Gm Play Gm Play Pct. Att. Gm Avg. Avg. Pct. Pct. Pct. Pct. Pct. TOP GmIND 362.4 5.23 104.4 3.80 258.0 6.57 2.87 6.53% 22.5 11.1 22.3 78.79 42.79 87.50 54.17 80.00 30:36 22.3Rank 10 23 22 26 7 18 21 15 4 7 21 26 7 1 17 5 12 18tNYG 355.4 5.88 116.4 4.55 239.1 7.10 2.78 3.71% 20.4 7.2 26.2 84.62 40.63 50.00 54.84 72.73 29:10 26.8Rank 14 4 14 7 12 11 18 2 13 30 7 17 11 17t 15 11t 23 6

    2012 OFFENSIVE RANKINGS

    Rush Rush Pass Pass Sks/ 1st Punt Kick 3rd 4th Red Goal Pt YdYds/ Yds/ Yds/ Yds/ Yds/ Yds/ Int. Pass Dwns/ Rtrn Rtrn Dwn Dwn Zone to Go Pts/ Diff/ Diff/

    Tm Gm Play Gm Play Gm Play Pct. Att. Gm Avg. Avg. Pct. Pct. Pct. Pct. Gm Gm GmIND 374.3 6.02 137.5 5.14 236.8 7.08 2.24 5.98% 20.3 11.7 24.7 38.07 42.86 50.94 80.95 24.2 -1.9 -11.8Rank 26 30 29 31 21 22 20t 25 20t 26 22 14 10t 8t 28t 21 21 18NYG 383.4 6.04 129.1 4.60 254.3 7.62 3.93 6.18% 19.8 9.3 23.7 42.42 47.62 46.00 50.00 21.5 5.3 -27.9Rank 31 31 25 28 28 31 3 23 16t 15 16 30 16 6 1 12t 8t 24

    2012 DEFENSIVE RANKINGS

    PLAYERS HELD OUT OF THE BUFFALO GAMECB-Teddy Williams (quadriceps), S-LaRon Landry (knee), S-JoeLefeged (calf), S-Larry Asante (shoulder, AC joint), S-Sergio Brown(hamstring), S-John Boyett (knee), RB-Ahmad Bradshaw (foot),LB-Daniel Adongo (biceps), FB-Dan Moore (shoulder), LB-JoshMcNary (hamstring), LB-Jerrell Freeman (shoulder), LB-Pat An-gerer (foot), LB-Mario Harvey (hamstring), C/G-Khaled Holmes(ankle), G-Hugh Thornton (ankle), TE-Dwayne Allen (foot), LB-Bjo-ern Werner (knee) and DE-Fili Moala (knee).PLAYERS HURT DURING THE BUFFALO GAMELB-Justin Hickman (lisfranc), CB-Cassius Vaughn (wrist), DT-Mon-tori Hughes (stinger) and LB-Quinton Spears (hamstring).QUOTING COACH PAGANO“Hickman, unfortunately, suffered a lisfranc injury to that foot. Gotthe x-rays back and the MRI and he’s going to require surgery,which more than likely will cost him his season, unfortunately. Hick,he’s done an outstanding job for us and he was having a good ballgame and a good camp. Obviously just feel sick for Justin and allthose type of things. That hurts us to lose a guy, hurts us to loseanybody, but obviously feel bad for Hick. “Cassius Vaughn, his x-rays and MRI came back negative so that’sa positive. He had had surgery on that wrist a while back and I thinkmainly what happened, he got hit on it and probably tore up somescar tissue, things like that, but he’ll be day-to-day.”“Montori Hughes will be day-to-day with that stinger, just got to re-gain some strength.”

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    COACHES

    Coaching Years in NFL: 12th YearColts Head Coach: 2nd YearOverall Regular Season: 11-5 (.688)Overall Postseason: 0-1 (.000)Chuck Pagano's 2012 season proved to be one ofthe most inspirational stories in NFL history. Namedhead coach of the Indianapolis Colts on January25, 2012, Pagano was forced to take a leave of ab-

    sence just three games into the season after being diagnosed withacute promyelocytic leukemia, a curable form of the disease, whichis a cancer of the blood and bone marrow cells.Offensive Coordinator Bruce Arians assumed interim head coachingduties and he and the Colts defied the odds and rallied to a 9-3 record.During that time frame, Indianapolis secured a playoff berth and ac-complished one of their primary goals – extending the season forPagano. Some of the victories during Arians' term included a come-back win against Green Bay (Week 5) after trailing by 18 points, anovertime victory on the road at Tennessee (Week 8) and a last secondvictory in Detroit (Week 13). In all, the Colts posted a 9-1 record inone-possession games in 2012, including winning their last eight.As much as Chuck Pagano inspired the 2012 Colts, the team did justthe same for their ailing head coach. From his hospital bed, Paganowas in constant communication with the coaching staff and players.He analyzed practices while continuing to game-plan schemes. Alongthe way, Pagano continued to make his presence felt. After the team'sWeek 9 victory against Miami, the head coach gave a moving post-game speech to the contingent in the locker room."I've got circumstances," Pagano told the locker room. "You guysunderstand it, I understand it. It's already beat (referring to theleukemia). It's already beat. My vision that I'm living is to see twomore daughters get married, dance at their weddings and then hoistthat Lombardi Trophy several times."Pagano made another return three weeks later during the team'swin against Buffalo where he appeared in Owner & CEO Jim Irsay'ssuite while saluting the crowd on hand. Pagano received a rousingovation from Colts fans in attendance.As the regular season came to an end, the culmination of Arians'stretch as interim head coach concluded with the team's playoff-clinching victory at Kansas City (Week 16). The stage was set forPagano to return after missing 12 weeks of action.Division rival Houston visited Lucas Oil Stadium in the regular sea-son finale in hopes of clinching the AFC's No. 1 seed in the playoffs.The Colts were not deterred, however, as the team corralled theemotion in Pagano's return and compiled a 28-16 win to finish theregular season with an 11-5 record. The real victory, however, wasthe return of a healthy Chuck Pagano. It was a day the Colts organ-ization and fans will remember for generations.Indianapolis' playoff run ended earlier than the team had wishedafter falling to the eventual Super Bowl XLVII champion BaltimoreRavens in an AFC Wild Card playoff contest. What was not lostwere the numerous team and individual milestones that the Coltsestablished in a season facing low expectations. Most notably, the11-5 record was a nine-win improvement from the 2011 campaign,which tied for the third-largest one-year turnaround in NFL history.The Colts also registered their 12th 10-plus win season in the past14 years, which is the most of any NFL team since 1999. Paganoand Arians were honored together by the Maxwell Football Club asthe recipients of the 24th Annual Earle "Greasy" Neale Award forProfessional Coach of the Year. The two also garnered AFC Coachof the Year honors as winners of the annual NFL 101 Awards.Pagano was selected by the PFWA as the winner of the 2013George Halas Award, given to an NFL player, coach or staff mem-ber who overcame the most adversity to succeed. Each year, theFritz Pollard Alliance Foundation recognizes individuals who makea difference in diversity and inclusion at an annual awards banquet.In February of 2013, Pagano received the foundation's Game BallAward for the differences he has made to level the playing field inthe NFL for minorities.

    Coaching Years in NFL: 26th YearGiants Head Coach: 10th YearOverall Regular Season: 151-121 (.555)Overall Postseason: 12-7 (.632)Tom Coughlin enters his 10th season as the headcoach of the New York Giants.His signature achievements are the Giants’ victo-

    ries against the New England Patriots in Super Bowls XLII andXLVI. Coughlin’s 2-0 record in Super Bowls makes him the 13thhead coach to win multiple Super Bowls and is one-of-18 coacheswith a perfect Super Bowl record.In 17 seasons as an NFL head coach, Coughlin is 151-121 (.555)in the regular season and 12-7 (.632) in the postseason for an over-all record of 163-128 (.560). The 151 regular season victories tiehim with former Giants coach and Hall of Famer Steve Owen for16th place on the NFL’s career list. Coughlin’s 163 total victoriesplace him 16th on that list, five wins behind former Minnesota coachand Hall of Famer Bud Grant. Coughlin has led the JacksonvilleJaguars and the Giants to five division titles and nine playoff berths.Coughlin is also one of the best coaches in the Giants’ 89-year his-tory. He is just the second man in Giants history to coach the teamfor at least 10 consecutive seasons. Only Owen, who reigned for24 seasons from 1930-53, led the team for a longer time period.With Andy Reid’s departure from Philadelphia, Coughlin is thelongest-tenured coach in the NFC East. Coughlin has been the Gi-ants’ coach since 2004. Dallas’ Jason Garrett and Washington’sMike Shanahan joined their teams in 2010 and Chip Kelly is a new-comer with the Eagles.Coughlin has the NFL’s third-longest head coaching tenure with oneteam, behind New England’s Bill Belichick (who is in his 14th seasonwith the team) and Cincinnati’s Marvin Lewis (in his 11th season).Last year, Coughlin passed Hall of Famer Bill Parcells (77 regular-season victories) and moved into second place on the Giants’ ca-reer coaching list. He finished the season with 83 victories and trailsonly Owen, who won a record 151 games as the Giants’ headcoach.Coughlin’s eight Giants postseason victories tie him with Parcellsfor the franchise record. Coughlin has led the Giants to two NFCEast titles and five playoff berths in nine years.New York Giants Coaching StaffOFFENSEKevin Gilbride Offensive CoordinatorLunda Wells Assistant Offensive Line CoachPat Flaherty Offensive LineJerald Ingram Running BacksMike Pope Tight EndsSean Ryan QuarterbacksKevin M. Gilbride Wide ReceiversRyan Roeder Offensive AssistantDEFENSEPerry Fewell Defensive CoordinatorRob Leonard Defensive AssistantPeter Giunta Secondary/CornersDavid Merritt Secondary/SafetiesJim Herrmann LinebackersRobert Nunn Defensive LineSPECIAL TEAMSTom Quinn Special Teams CoordinatorLarry Izzo Assistant Special Teams CoachSTRENGTH AND CONDITIONINGJerry Palmieri Strength and ConditioningMarkus Paul Assistant Strength and ConditioningJoe Danos Strength and Conditioning Assistant

    COLTS HEAD COACH CHUCK PAGANO GIANTS HEAD COACH TOM COUGHLIN

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    CONNECTIONS

    Indiana/New York Connections•Giants T-James Brewer went to Indiana University and is from In-dianapolis.•Giants DE-Justin Tuck attended Notre Dame. •Giants WR-Keith Carlos attended Purdue.•Giants QB-Curtis Painter played at Purdue.•Colts RB-Delone Carter attended Syracuse.•Colts assistant coaches Joe Gilbert (Horseheads, N.Y.), TimBerbenich (Huntington, N.Y.), Frank Giufre (Canastota, N.Y.) andDavid Walker (Rochester, N.Y.) grew up in New York.•Colts WR-Jeremy Kelley is from West Seneca, N.Y.•Giants P-Steve Weatherford’s hometown is Terre Haute, Ind.•Colts S-Stevie Brown is from Columbus, Ind.•Giants running backs coach Jerald Ingram coached at Ball Statefrom 1985-1990.Former Colts/Giants•Colts RB-Ahmad Bradshaw played six seasons with the New YorkGiants. In 84 regular season games (33 starts) he totaled 921 rush-ing attempts for 4,232 yards and 32 touchdowns. He ranks sixth inGiants history in rushing yards and ninth in rushing touchdowns.Was a part of two Super Bowl Championships with the Giants (XLIIand XLVI).•Giants SS-Stevie Brown spent the 2011 season with the Colts,playing in eight games and totaling four total tackles.•Giants QB-Curtis Painter was a Colt from 2009-2011. He playedin 11 games (eight starts) and passed for 1,624 yards, six touch-downs and 11 interceptions. He also rushed 20 times for 111 yards.•Giants WR-Kris Adams was a Colt in 2012, catching two passesfor 26 yards.•Giants DB-David Caldwell spent the 2011 season as a Colt. Heplayed in 16 games (13 starts) totaling 41 tackles (26 assisted) andfour passes defensed.College Connections•Giants DB-Junior Mertile and Colts WR-T.Y. Hilton played to-gether at Florida International from 2008-2011. •Giants G-Brandon Mosley and Colts T-Lee Ziemba helped an-chor an Auburn Tigers offensive line that accumulated 519 totalyards in a 2010 BCS Championship victory over Oregon.•Giants MLB-Mark Herzlich, OLB-Mathias Kiwanuka and G-ChrisSnee attended Boston College as did Colts QB-Matt Hasselbeckand Colts tackles Anthony Castonzo, Gosder Cherilus and Em-mett Cleary. •Cherilus and Kiwanuka spent three seasons together at BostonCollege (2003-05). In 2003, Snee, Cherilus and Kiwanuka playedtogether. •Cherilus, Castonzo and Cleary all spent time with Giants MLB-Mark Herzlich at Boston College in the 2000s. •Colts DT-Ricardo Mathews and T-Jeff Linkenbach spent time atCincinnati with Giants TE-Adrien Robinson from 2007-08. •Colts G-Donald Thomas, CB-Darius Butler and RB-DonaldBrown all played with Giants T-Will Beatty as Connecticut Huskies. •Colts ILB-Pat Angerer was teammates at Iowa with Giants TE-Brandon Myers and DB-Tyler Sash.•Colts S-LaRon Landry played with Giants CB-Corey Webster atLSU. Both were a part of the 2003 LSU team that defeated Okla-homa in the 2003 BCS Championship Game. •Colts LB-Kelvin Sheppard and DT-Drake Nevis spent time withGiants WR-Rueben Randle as LSU Tigers.•Colts RB-Davin Meggett was teammates with Giants RB-ScottDa’Rel at Maryland from 2008-2010. During the 2009 season, thetwo combined for 1,049 yards from scrimmage and 11 touchdowns.•Colts CB-Cassius Vaughn was teammates with Giants DB-Tru-maine McBride at Mississippi in 2006. •Colts S-Larry Asante played with Giants CB-Prince Amukamaraat Nebraska from 2007-09.•Colts WR-Lavon Brazill played at Ohio University with Giants OG-Eric Herman from 2008-2011.•Colts S-John Boyett played at Oregon with Giants OLB-SpencerPaysinger for two seasons. The two combined for 19 tackles in a2010 BCS Championship loss to Auburn.•Colts C-Rick Schmeig played two seasons at Purdue with GiantsWR-Keith Carlos.•Colts RB-Delone Carter played at Syracuse with Giants QB-RyanNassib from 2008-2010 and Giants OT-Justin Pugh from 2009-2010.

    •Colts DE-Cory Redding played with Giants DT-Shaun Rogers atTexas in 1999 and 2000.•Colts OLB-Justin Hickman and Giants OLB-Kyle Bosworthplayed together at UCLA during the 2006 season.•Colts DT-Fili Moala was teammates with Giants DB-TerrellThomas, OLB-Keith Rivers and K-David Buehler for three yearsat USC.•Colts P-Pat McAfee spent time at West Virginia with Giants FS-Ryan Mundy (2007) and T-Selvish Capers (2007, 2008).NFL Connections•Colts RB-Davin Meggett’s father, Dave, was a New York Giantfrom 1989-1994. As a Giant, Meggett twice led the league in puntreturn yards as the Giants rolled to a 13-3 record and a Super BowlXXV victory.•Giants RB-Ryan Torain was teammates with Colts S-LaRonLandry in Washington 2010-11.•Colts LB-Erik Walden and Giants DT-Cullen Jenkins were team-mates in Green Bay in 2010. During that season, the two led a de-fense that helped the Packers defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers inSuper Bowl XLV.•Colts FB-Stanley Havili played in Philadelphia with Giants DT-Cullen Jenkins in 2012.•Colts G/C-Mike McGlynn played in Philadelphia with Giants DT-Mike Patterson from 2008-2010.•Colts C-Samson Satele and WR-Darrius Heyward-Bey spenttime in Oakland with Giants WR-Louis Murphy and Giants TE-Brandon Myers from 2009-2011.•Colts defensive tackles Ricky Jean Francois and AubrayoFranklin played with Giants QB-David Carr in San Francisco in2010 and with Giants C-David Baas from 2009-2010.•Colts OLB-Erik Walden played in Kansas City with Giants P-SteveWeatherford in 2008. •Colts CB-Greg Toler played with Giants FS-Antrel Rolle in Ari-zona in 2009.•Colts QB-Matt Hasselbeck played with Giants K-Josh Brown inSeattle from 2003-07. He also played with Giants DT-Frank Okamin Seattle in 2010.•Colts CB-Josh Gordy played with Giants K-Josh Brown in St.Louis in 2011.•Colts CB-Darius Butler and T-Lee Ziemba played with Giants ILB-Dan Connor in Carolina in 2011.•Colts S-Larry Asante played with Giants DT-Frank Okam inTampa Bay from 2010-11. •Colts DE-Cory Redding played with Giants DT-Shaun Rogers asDetroit Lions from 2003-2007. •Redding played with Giants LB-Aaron Curry in Seattle in 2009. •Curry played in Oakland with Colts C-Samson Satele and ColtsWR-Darrius Heyward-Bey from 2011-12.Coaching Connections•Colts tight ends coach Alfredo Roberts coached on Giants headcoach Tom Coughlin’s Jacksonville Jaguars staff in 2003. •Colts head coach Chuck Pagano served as the secondary/outsidelinebackers coach in 1992 on an East Carolina coachng staff thatincluded Giants offensive line coach Pat Flaherty. •Colts offensive assistant Tim Berbenich and tight ends coach Al-fredo Roberts served as assistant wide receivers coach and tightends coach respectively on the 2009 Tampa Bay Buccaneerscoaching staff. Current New York Giants defensive line coachRobert Nunn also worked on that Tampa Bay staff in the same role.

    COLTS-GIANTS CONNECTIONS

  • OFFSEASON MOVES

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    The Colts made several additions this offseason to bolster the roster. Below is a breakdown of notable moves dating back to the start offree agency:ADDITIONS THROUGH FREE AGENCY:

    RB-Ahmad Bradshaw: In 84 career games (33 starts) with the Giants, holds totals of 921 rushes for 4,232 yards and 32touchdowns and 132 receptions for 1,087 yards and three touchdowns. Ranks sixth in Giants history in rushing yards, sev-enth in rushing attempts and ninth in rushing touchdowns. Has topped 1,000 rushing yards in a season on two occasions(2010 and 2012) and has rushed for over 100 yards in a game 12 times.T-Gosder Cherilus: Started 71-of-74 games at right tackle for the Detroit Lions after being selected by the team in the firstround (17th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft. Last season, started all 16 games and helped pave the way for an offense that

    ranked second in the NFL in passing yards (4,927), third in overall net yards (6,540) and ninth in sacks allowed (29).DT-Aubrayo Franklin: Has appeared in 126 games, making 79 starts over his 10-year NFL career. Holds regular season totals of 431tackles (230 solo), eight passes defensed, 4.0 sacks, three forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and one interception.QB-Matt Hasselbeck: A three-time Pro Bowl selection who currently ranks fourth among active quarterbacks in attempts (5,018), com-pletions (3,029) and passing yards (34,517) and fifth in passing touchdowns (201).WR-Darrius Heyward-Bey: Has recorded 140 receptions for 2,071 yards and 11 touchdowns since being selected by the OaklandRaiders with the seventh overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. Over the last four seasons, led the Raiders in receptions and receivingyards, while finishing second in touchdowns behind Denarius Moore (12).DT-Ricky Jean Francois: In 2012 with the 49ers, played in all 16 games for the third consecutive season and tallied career highs intackles (51) and sacks (2.0). Capped the regular season with 21 tackles (13 solo) and 2.0 sacks in the final three games, while addingfive stops in team’s postseason run to Super Bowl XLVII.S-LaRon Landry: Started 79-of-80 games played with the Washington Redskins (2007-2011) and New York Jets (2012) and holdscareer totals of 534 tackles (395 solo), 39 passes defensed, six interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown, 10 forced fumbles,5.5 sacks and five fumble recoveries. In 2012 with the Jets, earned a Pro Bowl selection after posting career highs in tackles (113) andforced fumbles (four), while tying his personal best for interceptions (two).OLB-Lawrence Sidbury: Appeared in 48 games with the Atlanta Falcons, totaling 17 tackles (14 solo), 5.0 sacks and one fumble re-covery. In 2011, he played in all 16 games and recorded career highs of 11 tackles (nine solo) and 4.0 sacks. G-Donald Thomas: Played in 43 games (21 starts) with the Miami Dolphins (2008-2009) and New England Patriots (2011-2012) overthe past five years. Last season, played in all 16 games (seven starts) and helped blocked for an offense that ranked first in the NFL inpoints (557), net yards (6,846), first downs (444), third down percentage (48.7) and red zone percentage (70.0).CB-Greg Toler: Competed in 38 games (15 starts) for the Arizona Cardinals after being selected in the fourth round (131st overall) ofthe 2009 NFL Draft. For his career, has tallied 128 tackles (118 solo), 19 passes defensed, five interceptions, including two returned fortouchdowns, and 1.0 sack.OLB-Erik Walden: Has played in 68 career games (26 starts) over the last five seasons and has notched 163 tackles (96 solo), 9.0sacks, seven passes defensed, two interceptions, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. In 2012 with the Packers, made ninestarts in 15 games played and totaled 46 tackles (27 solo), 3.0 sacks, four passes defensed and the first two interceptions of his career.ADDITION THROUGH TRADE:

    FB-Stanley Havili: In 2012 with Philadelphia, appeared in 15 games (two starts) and totaled six rushes for 22 yards andhis first career touchdown, while adding seven receptions for 43 yards. He also helped pave the way for five 100-yardrushing performances by running backs LeSean McCoy and Bryce Brown.

    Havili

    Cherilus Franklin Hasselbeck Heyward-Bey Jean Francois Landry Sidbury Thomas Toler Walden

    COLTS BUSY OFFSEASON

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    2013 NFL DRAFT PICKS

    Bjoern Werner, Outside Linebacker, Florida State (First Round,24th Overall)• Unanimous All-America first-team selection as a junior in 2012.• Named the ACC’s Defensive Player of the Year and earned All-ACC first-team honors in 2012.• Started each of his final 27 games at Florida State, appearing in atotal of 41 contests.• Recorded 99 tackles (63 solo), 23.5 sacks, 35.0 stops for loss, threeforced fumbles and three fumble recoveries, including a 25-yard re-turn for a touchdown. Intercepted one pass and deflected 17 others.• His 23.5 sacks ranked eighth among active NCAA Football BowlSubdivision performers and tied Jamal Reynolds (1997-2000) forfourth on the school career-record chart behind Reinard Wilson(35.5; 1993-96), Peter Boulware (34.0; 1994-96) and Ron Simmons(25.0; 1977-1980).Hugh Thornton, Guard, Illinois (Third Round, 86th Overall)• Played in the 2013 Senior Bowl.• All-Big Ten second-team choice by the league’s coaches and anhonorable mention selection by the media in 2012.• Played in 42 career games, making 35 starts at guard and tackle.• Helped lead Illinois to back-to-back bowl victories in 2010 (TexasBowl) and 2011 (Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl).• Helped pave the way for the Big Ten’s top rushing offense in 2010(241.1 ypg). The Illini broke school records for points in a season(423) and points per game (32.54) that year.Khaled Holmes, Center/Guard, USC (Fourth Round, 121st Overall)• Appeared in 40 games for Southern California, starting in 37 con-tests (24 at center and 13 at right offensive guard).• In three seasons as a starter, was credited with 227 knockdowns/keyblocks and recorded 27 touchdown-resulting blocks.• In two seasons at center, called blocking assignments for an offensiveline that yielded only 25.0 quarterback sacks during that 24-game span.Montori Hughes, Defensive Tackle, UT Martin (Fifth Round,139th Overall)• For his career, appeared in 47 games (23 starts) and recorded 109tackles (46 solo) with 5.0 sacks, 18.0 stops for loss and 22 quarter-back pressures.• Deflected five passes, caused three fumbles and recovered onefumble.• In two seasons at UT Martin, posted 72 tackles (29 solo), 5.0sacks, 15.0 stops for loss and 16 pressures.• During his two years with the University of Tennessee, totaled 37tackles (17 solo), adding 3.0 stops behind the line of scrimmage andsix pressures.

    John Boyett, Safety, Oregon (Sixth Round, 192nd Overall)• Appeared in 40 games (35 starts) and totaled 278 tackles (182solo), 30 passes defensed, 10 interceptions, including one returnedfor a touchdown, and a half of a sack.• As a junior in 2011, earned All-Pac-12 first-team honors by PhilSteele and was a second-team choice according to Pac-12coaches. Also was an All-America honorable mention selection fromPro Football Weekly.• Completed his first season with a team-high 90 stops, parlayinghis efforts into earning Freshman All-America first-team honors (Col-legeFootballNews.com and Phil Steele).• Became Oregon’s first freshman to lead the Ducks in tackles sincedefensive records were first consistently accumulated in 1969.Kerwynn Williams, Running Back, Utah State (Seventh Round,230th Overall)• Started 18-of-49 games at tailback for Utah State, including hisfinal 13 contests.• Finished seventh in school history with 2,515 rushing yards on 382carries.• His 6.6 yards per carry average ranks fifth in school annals andhis 22 rushing touchdowns rank seventh all-time.• Caught 64 passes for 870 yards (13.6 avg.) and five touchdowns.• Totaled 135 punt return yards on 11 attempts (12.3 avg.).• Returned 135 kickoffs for 3,408 yards, the fourth-most by an NCAAFootball Bowl Subdivision player.• His 25.2 kickoff-return average is sixth-best on the USU careerrecord list.• Scored 168 points and touched the ball 592 times for 6,928 all-purpose yards, the 12th-most in NCAA FBS history.• Averaged 11.7 yards per play and 141.4 all-purpose yards per game.• Became the fourth player in WAC history to compile 6,000 all-pur-pose yards during a career, setting theconference record. The previous school record was 6,479 yards byKevin Robinson.• His 28 total touchdowns tied Kendal Smith (1985-88) for seventhin school annals.Justice Cunningham, Tight End, South Carolina (SeventhRound, 254th Overall)• Played in all 53 games over his four-year career, making 23 starts.• For his career, totaled 50 receptions for 581 yards and one touch-down.• Also tallied three kickoff returns for 21 yards.• Finished his senior season with career highs of 23 receptions for324 yards.

    MEET THE DRAFT PICKS

  • 2012 MILESTONES

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    THE COLTS• Finished the regular season with an 11-5 record, a nine-win im-provement from last year, which is tied for the third-largest one-yearturnaround in NFL history.• Notched their 12th 10-or-more win season in the past 14 years,which is the most of any NFL team since 1999.• Posted a 9-1 record in one-possession games this season, includ-ing winning their last eight consecutive one-possession games.THE COLTS OFFENSE• Rookies generated 3,108-of-5,799 total offensive yards this sea-son, which is the most by a team’s rookie class since the 1970 NFLmerger.• Joined the Washington Redskins this season as the first teams tohave a rookie lead them in both passing and rushing yards sincethe 1943 New York Giants.• Averaged 27.5 rushing attempts and 104.4 rushing yards pergame, the most for the Colts since the 2007 season.• Averaged 8.9 plays per scoring drive, which ranked first in the NFLthis season.• Completed 65 passes of 20 yards-or-more this season, whichranked third in the NFL.THE COLTS DEFENSE• Returned four interceptions for touchdowns this season, whichtied for the most in a single season in franchise history.THE COLTS SPECIAL TEAMS• Returned a punt and a kickoff for a touchdown in the same seasonfor the sixth time in franchise history and first time since 2001.• Posted the fourth-highest punt return average (11.1) in franchisehistory.DWAYNE ALLEN• Led all NFL rookie tight ends with 45 receptions for 521 yards thisseason.• His receptions total was the most by a Colts rookie tight end infranchise history.DONNIE AVERY• Set career-highs for a season in receptions (60), receiving yards(781) and 100-yard games (2).• Tied a single-game career-high with two touchdowns in Week 13at Detroit.VICK BALLARD• Ranked second in the AFC and fifth in the NFL among rookies inrushing yards (814) this season.• Ranked sixth in franchise history for most rushing attempts (211)and rushing yards (814) by a rookie.• Notched his first career 100-yard rushing performance in Week15 at Houston when he rushed for 105 yards, making him the firstColts player to rush for over 100 yards since 12/24/06.ANTOINE BETHEA• Topped the 100-tackle plateau for the fifth-consecutive season andsixth overall for his career.• Topped 800 career tackles.• Started his 80th consecutive game in the final game of the season,which is the second-longest active streak by an NFL safety.LaVON BRAZILL• Recorded his first career touchdown reception in Week 13 at De-troit, a 42-yard pass from Andrew Luck.DARIUS BUTLER• Set a career-high with four interceptions this season, including tworeturned for a touchdown.• Became the fourth Colts player since 1984 to record three-or-moretakeaways (two interceptions and one fumble recovery) in a singlegame in Week 10 at Jacksonville. Earned AFC Defensive Player ofthe Week honors for the performance and became the first Coltscornerback to win the award since Ray Buchanan in 1994.

    KAVELL CONNER• Recorded his first career sack in Week 2 vs. Minnesota.VONTAE DAVIS• Tied a single-game career-high when he recorded two intercep-tions in Week 17 vs. Houston.COBY FLEENER• Ranked second among NFL rookie tight ends with 26 receptionsfor 281 yards this season.• His reception and receiving yard totals were the fifth-most by aColts rookie tight end in franchise history.• Caught six passes for 82 yards in Week 1 at Chicago, the mostby a Colts rookie tight end in his debut.JERRELL FREEMAN• Set a franchise record for tackles in a season with 203 and be-came only the second Colts defender in franchise history to top 200tackles in a season.• Became the first Colts undrafted player to return an interceptionfor a touchdown in his debut.• Became the first undrafted NFL player to return an interception fora touchdown in his debut since LB-Peter Noga and DB-Paul Tripolidid so in 1987.• Recorded his first career sack and forced fumble in Week 2 vs.Minnesota.DWIGHT FREENEY• Passed Jim Jeffcoat (102.5), Kevin Carter (104.5), Neil Smith(104.5) and Trace Armstrong (106.0) and is now tied with Pat Swill-ing (107.5) for the 21st-most career sacks in NFL history.• Passed Raheem Brock, Ryan Diem and Marvin Harrison (16) forthe fifth-most postseason games played in Colts history.CLIFTON GEATHERS• Recorded his first career sack in Week 17 vs. Houston.JOSH GORDY• Recorded his first career sack in Week 10 at Jacksonville.LAWRENCE GUY• Recorded his first career sack in Week 17 vs. Houston.T.Y. HILTON• Ranked first among NFL rookies in receiving touchdowns (7) and100-yard receiving games (5), second in receiving yards (861) andtied for fourth in receptions (50) this season.• His five 100-yard receiving games were the most by a Colts rookiein team history.• Finished with the second-most receiving yards and tied for thethird-most receiving touchdowns by a rookie in team history.• Became the first player in Colts history to score on a punt returnand catch a pass for a touchdown when he did in Week 12 vs. Buf-falo. His 75-yard punt return tied him for the second-longest puntreturn by a rookie in team history and his total of 111 punt returnyards was the most by a Colts rookie in a single game.JERRY HUGHES• Appeared in 16 games, making six starts and recording four sacksthis season, all of which are career-highs.DEJI KARIM• Returned a kickoff 101 yards for a touchdown in Week 17 vs.Houston, which was the longest return in franchise history sinceCotton Speyrer’s 101-yard return in 1973.JOE LEFEGED• Started a career-high four games this season and registered hisfirst career fumble recovery in Week 16 at Kansas City.

    TEAM / INDIVIDUAL MILESTONES REACHED IN 2012

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    2012 MILESTONES

    ANDREW LUCK• Became the first quarterback selected No. 1 overall in the NFLDraft to start a postseason game as a rookie.• Led the Colts to the most wins (11) by a No. 1 overall draft pick inhis rookie season in NFL history.• Became one-of-five quarterbacks since 1966 to win 10-or-moregames in his rookie season.• Recorded the most passing attempts (54) and second-most pass-ing yards (288) by a rookie in a playoff game in the Colts AFC WildCard Game at Baltimore.• Recorded the most passing yards (4,374), attempts (627) and300-yard passing games (6) by a rookie in NFL history.• Recorded the second-most completions (339) and third-mostpassing touchdowns (23) by a rookie in NFL history.• Recorded the highest passer rating (76.5) and lowest interceptionpercentage (2.87) by a rookie in Colts history.• Broke the NFL single-game rookie record for passing yards (433)in Week 9 vs. Miami.• Rushed for five touchdowns this year, the most by any quarterbackin Colts history in a single season.• Rushed for two touchdowns in a game twice this year, which tiedthe Colts single game record for most rushing touchdowns by aquarterback.• Ranked second among AFC quarterbacks in rushing yards thisseason (255).• Inside the final two minutes of a half, threw for the most passingyards (884) of any quarterback in the NFL this season.• Became the first NFL rookie to throw two game-winning touch-down passes inside the two-minute warning of the fourth quarter ina single season.• Became the fourth rookie quarterback since 1960 to overcome adeficit of 18 points-or-more to win a game when he did in Week 5vs. Green Bay.• Threw for 309 passing yards in Week 1 at Chicago, which is thehighest total by a Colts rookie quarterback in his debut.ROBERT MATHIS• Tied Raheem Brock, Ryan Diem and Marvin Harrison (16) for thesixth-most postseason games played in Colts history.• Recorded his first career interception in Week 13 at Detroit.• Tied a personal best by recording a sack in eight consecutivegames from the final three games of the 2011 season through thefirst five games played of the 2012 season.• Registered his 40th career forced fumble in Week 3 vs. Jack-sonville.PAT McAFEE• Set franchise single-season records for kickoff touchbacks (45),punting average (47.9), net punting average (40.3), 50.0-yard av-erage games (5) and tied the franchise record for punts inside the20 (26).MIKE McGLYNN• Started all 16 games for the first time in his career.CASSIUS VAUGHN• Returned his second career interception for a touchdown in Week14 vs. Tennessee and was named AFC Defensive Player of theWeek for his performance.ADAM VINATIERI• Extended his NFL-record 25th straight postseason game scoringpoints.• Scored nine points in the AFC Wild Card Game at Baltimore, giv-ing him 196 postseason points for his career.• Scored 100 points in a season for the 15th time in his career,which ranks second in NFL history behind Jason Elam (16).• Kicked a 53-yard field goal with eight seconds remaining in thegame in Week 2 vs. Minnesota, which was his longest game-win-ning field goal of the 24 he’s made in the last minute of the fourthquarter or in overtime.

    REGGIE WAYNE• Tied Justin Snow (18) for the third-most postseason games playedin Colts history.• Passed Andre Reed (85), Michael Irvin (87) and Hines Ward (88)for the second-most receptions in NFL postseason history.• Passed Fred Biletnikoff (1,167), Hines Ward (1,181) and AndreReed (1,229) for the fourth-most receiving yards in NFL postseasonhistory.• Recorded the second-most receptions (106) and receiving yards(1,355) in a season in his career.• Notched his sixth season with at least 1,200 receiving yards, tyingMarvin Harrison and Torry Holt for the third-most all-time.• Became the third active player and 14th in NFL history to reach13,000 receiving yards for his career.• Became one-of-six players in NFL history to record four 100-catchseasons in his career.• Broke Cris Carter’s previous NFL record for most consecutivegames catching three-or-more passes (58). Wayne’s streak is nowat 64 games.• Recorded 1,000 receiving yards for the eighth time in his career,tying Marvin Harrison for the most in franchise history.• Passed Edgerrin James (12,065) for the second-most scrimmageyards in franchise history.• Became one-of-eight NFL receivers to total 100-plus careercatches against three-or-more opponents (Houston, Jacksonvilleand Tennessee).• Posted 212 receiving yards in Week 5 vs. Green Bay, which wasthe second-highest single-game total in franchise history.• Tied a franchise record by catching a touchdown pass from sevendifferent players in his career (Andrew Luck, Dan Orlovsky, CurtisPainter, Kerry Collins, Peyton Manning, Jim Sorgi and JosephAddai).JAMAAL WESTERMAN• Recorded his first sack of the season in Week 17 vs. Houston.TOM ZBIKOWSKI• Notched his first sack of the season in Week 10 at Jacksonville.• Recorded his first interception of the season in Week 12 vs. Buf-falo.• Started 11 games this season and posted 47 tackles, including 28solo stops, all of which are career-highs.

    INDIVIDUAL MILESTONES REACHED IN 2012

    ANTOINE BETHEA• Ed Block Courage AwardDARIUS BUTLER• AFC Defensive Player of the Week - Week 10VONTAE DAVIS• AFC Defensive Player of the Week - Week 17T.Y. HILTON• AFC Special Teams Player of the Week - Week 12ANDREW LUCK• PEPSI MAX NFL Rookie of the Week - Week 3• PEPSI MAX NFL Rookie of the Week - Week 5• PEPSI MAX NFL Rookie of the Week - Week 8• AFC Offensive Player of the Week - Week 9• FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week - Week 9ROBERT MATHIS• 2013 NFL Pro BowlCORY REDDING• Colts Man of the YearCASSIUS VAUGHN• AFC Defensive Player of the Week - Week 14REGGIE WAYNE• 2013 NFL Pro Bowl• 2012 USA Football All-Fundamentals Team• AFC Offensive Player of the Week - Week 5

    2012 INDIVIDUAL HONORS

  • 2012 COLTS NOTES

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    With their 10th win of the season in 2012, the Colts became thesecond team in NFL history to win 10-or-more games after los-ing 14-or-more the previous season. The Miami Dolphins alsoaccomplished the feat, finishing the 2008 season 11-5 after postinga 1-15 mark in 2007.The Colts also notched their 12th 10-or-more win season in the past14 years, which is the most of any NFL team since 1999. The Coltshave posted a 151-73 (.674) record since 1999, which ranks secondbehind the Patriots.

    OVERALL TEAM RECORDS, SINCE 1999Team W-L-T Pct. 10-win SeasonsPatriots 159-65 .710 11COLTS 151-73 .674 12Steelers 141-82-1 .632 8Packers 139-85 .621 9Ravens 134-90 .598 8

    The Colts returned four interceptions for touchdowns in 2012, whichtied for the most in a season in franchise history. CB-Darius Butlerled the Colts with two interceptions returned for a touchdown thisseason.

    MOST INTERCEPTION RETURN TOUCHDOWNS, SEASONCOLTS HISTORY

    INT TD Years4 1959, 1965, 1968, 1975, 1996, 20123 1967, 1970, 19942 1957, 1963, 1966, 1978, 1989, 1997, 2000,

    2003-05, 2008-11

    Since 2008, the Colts have posted a 14-1 record against divisionalopponents the second time they play them in a season. That mark istops in the NFL over the past five seasons. The only loss came in2011 against the Jaguars.

    BEST WIN % AGAINST DIVISIONAL OPP. IN SECOND MEETING OF A SEASON, SINCE 2008

    Team Record Winning Pct.COLTS 14-1 .933Patriots 13-2 .867Steelers 11-4 .733Chargers 11-4 .733Packers 10-5 .667

    With an 11-5 regular season record in 2012, the Colts posted a plus-nine turnaround in victories from the 2011 campaign (2-14), whichis tied for the third largest in NFL history.

    LARGEST TURNAROUNDS IN NFL HISTORYTeam Year 1 Year 2 MarginIndianapolis 3-13 (1998) 13-3 (1999) +10Miami 1-15 (2007) 11-5 (2008) +10Indianapolis 2-14 (2011) 11-5 (2012) +9N.Y. Giants 4-7-2 (1928) 13-1-1 (1929) +9Oakland 1-13 (1962) 10-4 (1963) +9St. Louis 4-12 (1998) 13-3 (1999) +9Pittsburgh 6-10 (2003) 15-1 (2004) +9

    The Colts closed out games strong last season, posting a 9-1record in games decided by one possession-or-less. The Colts woneight consecutive one-possession games, with their only loss com-ing against Jacksonville in Week 3.

    COLTS ONE-POSSESSION GAMESGame Margin ResultWeek 2 vs. MIN 3 W, 23-20Week 3 vs. JAX 5 L, 22-17Week 5 vs. GB 3 W, 30-27Week 7 vs. CLE 4 W, 17-13Week 8 at TEN 6 W, 19-13 OTWeek 9 vs. MIA 3 W, 23-20Week 12 vs. BUF 7 W, 20-13Week 13 at DET 2 W, 35-33Week 14 vs. TEN 4 W, 27-23Week 16 at KC 7 W, 20-13

    QUICK TURNAROUND

    DOUBLE-DIGIT VICTORIES

    TAKING THEM BACK

    NICE TO SEE YOU AGAIN

    WINNING THE CLOSE ONES

    With numerous young players on the roster last season, the Coltsreceived a majority of their offensive production from rookie players.The Colts rookie class combined for 3,108 scrimmage yards(rushing and receiving), which is the largest total in NFL his-tory since the 1970 merger. Indianapolis had eight rookies con-tribute to the total, led by Vick Ballard’s 966 scrimmage yards andT.Y. Hilton’s total of 890. The previous record was set by the 1999Colts, led by Edgerrin James’ 2,142 scrimmage yards.

    MOST SCRIMMAGE YARDS BY ROOKIESSINCE NFL MERGER

    Season Team Scrimmage Yards by Rookies2012 COLTS 3,1081999 Colts 2,7511974 Chargers 2,7291983 Rams 2,699

    ROOKIE SCRIMMAGE YARDS

    Adam Vinatieri is one-of-three players in NFL history to record 700-or-more points with two different teams in his career. Vinatierinotched 1,158 points during his time with New England (1996-2005)and has registered 709 points in seven seasons with the Colts.Kickers Morten Andersen and John Carney are the only other twoNFL players, regardless of position, to accomplish the feat.

    PLAYERS WITH 700-PLUS POINTS WITH TWODIFFERENT TEAMS

    Player Team 1 - Pts Team 2 - Pts Career PtsMorten Andersen Saints - 1,318 Falcons - 806 2,544John Carney Chargers - 1,076 Saints - 768 2,062Adam Vinatieri Patriots - 1,158 Colts - 709 1,867

    VINATIERI 700 CLUB

    In Week 15 at Houston last season, Adam Vinatieri surpassed 100points scored for the season for the 15th time in his career. His totalcurrently ranks as the second-most 100-point seasons in NFL his-tory, trailing only Jason Elam who has 16 such seasons.

    MOST 100-POINT SEASONS, NFL HISTORYPlayer Years 100-pt SeasonsJason Elam 1993-2008 16Adam Vinatieri 1996-2012 15Morten Andersen 1985-2003 14Gary Anderson 1983-2003 14

    ALWAYS HITTING THE CENTURY MARK

    Vick Ballard rushed for 814 yards and two touchdowns on 211 car-ries last year, which ranked fifth among rookies in the NFL. Here’sa look at how Ballard stacks up with the rest of the rookie class:

    MOST RUSHING YARDS BY A ROOKIE, 2012Player Team Attempts YardsAlfred Morris Redskins 335 1,613Doug Martin Buccaneers 319 1,454Trent Richardson Browns 267 950Robert Griffin III Redskins 120 815Vick Ballard COLTS 211 814

    BALLARD AMONG ROOKIES

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    2012 COLTS NOTES

    Tight ends Dwayne Allen and Coby Fleener each ranked in the topfive for the most receptions and receiving yards by a rookie tightend in Colts history in 2012. Allen surpassed Ken Dilger for the mostreceptions for a Colts rookie tight end, while Fleener finished fifthin Colts history.

    MOST RECEPTIONS BY COLTS ROOKIE TIGHT ENDYear Player Receptions Rec. Yards2012 Dwayne Allen 45 5211995 Ken Dilger 42 6351963 John Mackey 35 7262003 Dallas Clark 29 3402012 Coby Fleener 26 281

    Below is a look at how T.Y. Hilton ranked among the rest of the rook-ies in the NFL in receiving last season. Despite missing the first gameof the season due to injury, Hilton still ranked first in 100-yard receiv-ing games, receiving touchdowns and receiving yards per game.Category Number NFL Rookie Rank100-yard Receving Games 5 1Receiving Touchdowns 7 1Receiving Yards/Game 57.4 1Receiving Yards 861 2Receptions 50 T4

    TOP OF THE CLASS

    DYNAMIC DUO

    Listed below is how Reggie Wayne ranks in receptions, receivingyards and receiving touchdowns all-time and since he joined theleague in 2001.ALL-TIME RECEIVING LEADERSRank Player Years Receptions8 Hines Ward 1998-2011 (14) 1,0009 Randy Moss 1998-2012 (14) 98210 Reggie Wayne 2001-12 (12) 96811 Andre Reed 1985-2000 (16) 95112 Derrick Mason 1997-2011 (15) 943Rank Player Years Receiving Yards12 Andre Reed 1985-2000 (16) 13,19813 Steve Largent 1976-89 (14) 13,08914 Reggie Wayne 2001-12 (12) 13,06315 Irving Fryar 1984-00 (17) 12,78516 Art Monk 1980-95 (16) 12,721Rank Player Years Receiving TDT22 Harold Carmichael 1971-84 (14) 79T22 Charley Taylor 1964-77 (13) 7924 Reggie Wayne 2001-12 (12) 78T25 Larry Fitzgerald 2004-12 (9) 77T25 Joey Galloway 1995-10 (16) 77RECEIVING LEADERS SINCE 2001Rank Player Years Receptions1 Tony Gonzalez 2001-12 (12) 9812 Reggie Wayne 2001-12 (12) 9683 Hines Ward 2001-11 (11) 8764 Derrick Mason 2001-11 (11) 8335 Andre Johnson 2003-12 (10) 818Rank Player Years Receiving Yards1 Reggie Wayne 2001-12 (12) 13,0632 Steve Smith 2001-12 (12) 11,4523 Andre Johnson 2003-12 (10) 11,2544 Tony Gonzalez 2001-12 (12) 11,2275 Terrell Owens 2001-10 (10) 11,176Rank Player Years Receiving TD1 Randy Moss 2001-12 (12) 1132 Terrell Owens 2001-10 (10) 1103 Antonio Gates 2003-12 (10) 834 Marvin Harrison 2001-08 (8) 815 Tony Gonzalez 2001-12 (12) 796 Reggie Wayne 2001-12 (12) 78

    MOVING UP THE CHARTS

    Listed below is how Robert Mathis ranks in sacks all-time and sincehe joined the league in 2003.ALL-TIME SACK LEADERSRank Player Years Sacks36 Steve McMichael 1980-1994 (15) 95.037 Henry Thomas 1987-2000 (14) 93.538 Robert Mathis 2003-2012 (10) 91.539 Trevor Pryce 1997-2010 (14) 91.040 Bryant Young 1994-2007 (14) 89.5SACK LEADERS SINCE 2003Rank Player Years Sacks1 Jared Allen 2004-2012 (9) 117.02 DeMarcus Ware 2005-2012 (8) 111.03 Julius Peppers 2003-2012 (10) 99.54t John Abraham 2003-2012 (10) 94.54t Dwight Freeney 2003-2012 (10) 94.56 Robert Mathis 2003-2012 (10) 91.5

    MATHIS RISING

    Andrew Luck led the Colts to 11 victories in 2012, which gavehim the most by a No. 1 overall pick in his rookie season inNFL history. Sam Bradford held the previous record of seven winsin his rookie season with the St. Louis Rams in 2010.

    MOST WINS BY A NO. 1 OVERALL PICK IN NFL DRAFTPlayer Team Year WinsAndrew Luck Indianapolis 2012 11Sam Bradford St. Louis 2010 7Cam Newton Carolina 2011 6Jim Plunkett New England 1971 6Drew Bledsoe New England 1993 5Jeff George Indianapolis 1990 5

    STARTING ROOKIE QUARTERBACKS TO WIN 10-OR-MORE GAMES, SINCE 1966

    Player Team Year WinsBen RoethlisbergerPittsburgh 2004 13-0Andrew Luck Indianapolis 2012 11-5Russell Wilson Seattle 2012 11-5Joe Flacco Baltimore 2008 11-5Matt Ryan Atlanta 2008 11-5

    WINNING FROM THE BEGINNING

    Andrew Luck threw for the the most passing yards by a rookiein NFL history in 2012. He surpassed Cam Newton’s previousrecord of 4,051 passing yards in his rookie season in 2011.Year Player Comp-Att Yards TD INT2012 Andrew Luck 339-627 4,374 23 182011 Cam Newton 310-517 4,051 21 171998 Peyton Manning 326-575 3,739 26 282010 Sam Bradford 354-590 3,512 18 152008 Matt Ryan 265-434 3,440 16 11

    RECORD-SETTING YEAR

  • COLTS UNOFFICIAL DEPTH CHART

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    Underlined = Rookie in 2013

    WR 87 Reggie Wayne 15 LaVon Brazill 17 Griff Whalen

    16 Jabin Sambrano 14 Lanear Sampson

    LT 74 Anthony Castonzo 60 Bradley Sowell 71 Ben Ijalana

    LG 66 Donald Thomas 76 Joe Reitz 65 Danous Estenor

    C 64 Samson Satele 56 Khaled Holmes 62 Rick Schmeig

    73 Thomas Austin

    RG 75 Mike McGlynn 69 Hugh Thornton 72 Jeff Linkenbach

    63 Lee Ziemba

    RT 78 Gosder Cherilus 67 Emmett Cleary

    TE 83 Dwayne Allen 80 Coby Fleener 86 Justice Cunningham

    WR 81 Darrius Heyward-Bey 13 T.Y. Hilton 84 Jeremy Kelley

    10 Nathan Palmer

    QB 12 Andrew Luck 8 Matt Hasselbeck 5 Chandler Harnish

    FB 39 Stanley Havili 46 Dominique Jones 48 Dan Moore

    29 Robert Hughes

    RB 33 Vick Ballard 33 Donald Brown 44 Ahmad Bradshaw

    34 Delone Carter 42 Davin Meggett 37 Kerwynn Williams

    DE 90 Cory Redding 67 Lawrence Guy 91 Ricardo Mathews

    65 Kellen Heard

    NT 97 Aubrayo Franklin 61 Josh Chapman 68 Martin Tevaseu

    DT 99 Ricky Jean Francois 95 Fili Moala 94 Drake Nevis

    73 Montori Hughes

    SLB 93 Erik Walden 56 Lawrence Sidbury 57 Monte Simmons

    Mike 51 Pat Angerer 53 Kavell Conner 52 Kelvin Sheppard

    47 C.O. Prime

    Will 50 Jerrell Freeman 54 Mario Harvey 48 Josh McNary

    59 Shawn Loiseau

    Rush 98 Robert Mathis 92 Bjoern Werner 49 Caesar Rayford

    46 Daniel Adongo

    LCB 28 Greg Toler 20 Darius Butler 27 Josh Gordy

    21 Teddy Williams 34 Daxton Swanson

    SS 41 Antoine Bethea 35 Joe Lefeged 36 Larry Asante

    37 Ashante Williams

    FS 30 LaRon Landry 38 Sergio Brown 26 Delano Howell

    43 John Boyett

    RCB 23 Vontae Davis 32 Cassius Vaughn 25 Marshay Green

    29 Allen Chapman 40 Sheldon Price 42 Johnny Adams

    P 1 Pat McAfee 2 Brandon McManus

    PK 4 Adam Vinatieri 1 Pat McAfee 2 Brandon McManus

    H 1 Pat McAfee

    LS 45 Matt Overton

    KR 37 Kerwynn Williams 32 Cassius Vaughn 21 Teddy Williams

    PR 13 T.Y. Hilton 37 Kerwynn Williams 25 Marshay Green

    Colts Pronunciations

    DB - Antoine Bethea (buh-THAY) DT - Fili Moala (fee-lee) (moe-ALL-uh)

    RB - Delone Carter (deh-LON) DT - Drake Nevis (NEV-iss)

    RT - Gosder Cherilus (GOZ-der) (SHARE-uh-luss) LG - Joe Reitz (RIGHTS)

    LG - Danous Estenor (DANE-us) (ESS-tah-nor) WR - Jabin Sambrano (JAY-bin)

    NT - Aubrayo Franklin (ah-BRAY-uh) C - Samson Satele (saw-tell-EE)

    FB - Stanley Havili (huh-VEE-lee) C - Rick Schmeig (SCHMEEG)

    C - Khaled Holmes (CALL-id) LT - Bradley Sowell (SAUW-ul)

    LT - Ben Ijalana (eye-juh-LAWN-uh) NT - Martin Tevaseu (tay-va-SAY-eww)

    DT - Ricky Jean Francois (J�an Franc�is) K - Adam Vinatieri (vin-uh-TARE-ee)

    SS - Joe Lefeged (lah-FEJ)

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    COLTS PLAYERS BY POSITION8/13/2013

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    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College No Name Pos HT WT Exp College

    5 Chandler Harnish QB 6-2 222 1 Northern Illinois 61 Josh Chapman NT 6-0 340 2 Alabama

    8 Matt Hasselbeck QB 6-4 235 15 Boston College 67D Lawrence Guy DE 6-4 318 3 Arizona State

    12 Andrew Luck QB 6-4 239 2 Stanford 65D Kellen Heard DT 6-6 341 3 Memphis

    99 Ricky Jean Francois DT 6-3 297 5 LSU

    ��������������� 97 Aubrayo Franklin DT 6-1 320 11 Tennessee

    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College 73D Montori Hughes DT 6-4 335 R Tennessee-Martin

    33 Vick Ballard RB 5-10 224 2 Mississippi State 91 Ricardo Mathews DT 6-3 300 4 Cincinnati

    44 Ahmad Bradshaw RB 5-10 214 7 Marshall 95 Fili Moala DE 6-4 308 5 USC

    31 Donald Brown RB 5-10 207 5 Connecticut 94 Drake Nevis DT 6-1 310 3 LSU

    34O Delone Carter RB 5-9 232 3 Syracuse 90 Cory Redding DE 6-4 318 11 Texas

    39 Stanley Havili FB 6-0 245 2 USC 68 Martin Tevaseu NT 6-2 345 3 UNLV

    29O Robert Hughes FB 5-11 235 2 Notre Dame

    42O Davin Meggett RB 5-8 219 1 Maryland ��������������

    48O Dan Moore RB 5-11 240 R Montana No Name Pos HT WT Exp College

    37O Kerwynn Williams RB 5-8 198 R Utah State 46D Daniel Adongo OLB 6-5 257 R Pretoria (South Africa)

    51 Pat Angerer ILB 6-0 236 4 Iowa

    ����������������� 53 Kavell Conner ILB 6-0 245 4 Clemson

    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College 50 Jerrell Freeman ILB 6-0 232 2 Mary Hardin-Baylor

    15 LaVon Brazill WR 5-11 194 2 Ohio 54 Mario Harvey ILB 6-0 264 2 Marshall

    81 Darrius Heyward-Bey WR 6-2 219 5 Maryland 59 Shawn Loiseau ILB 6-0 239 1 Merrimack

    13 T.Y. Hilton WR 5-9 178 2 Florida International 98 Robert Mathis OLB 6-2 246 11 Alabama A&M

    84 Jeremy Kelley WR 6-6 231 R Maine 48D Josh McNary LB 6-0 251 R Army

    10 Nathan Palmer WR 5-11 198 2 Northern Illinois 47 C.O. Prime LB 6-1 261 R Wagner

    16 Jabin Sambrano WR 5-11 190 1 Montana 49 Caesar Rayford LB 6-7 267 R Washington

    14 Lanear Sampson WR 5-11 205 R Baylor 52 Kelvin Sheppard LB 6-2 256 3 LSU

    87 Reggie Wayne WR 6-0 200 13 Miami (FL) 56 Lawrence Sidbury OLB 6-3 269 5 Richmond

    17 Griff Whalen WR 5-11 197 2 Stanford 57 Monte Simmons OLB 6-3 248 1 Kent State

    93 Erik Walden OLB 6-2 250 6 Middle Tenn. St

    ������������� 92 Bjoern Werner OLB 6-3 260 R Florida State

    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College

    83 Dwayne Allen TE 6-3 265 2 Clemson �����������������

    86 Justice Cunningham TE 6-3 258 R South Carolina No Name Pos HT WT Exp College

    80 Coby Fleener TE 6-6 247 2 Stanford 42D Johnny Adams CB 5-10 175 R Michigan State

    46O Dominique Jones TE 6-3 270 2 Shepherd 36 Larry Asante S 6-0 210 2 Nebraska

    41 Antoine Bethea S 5-11 206 8 Howard

    ������������������ 43 John Boyett S 5-10 203 R Oregon

    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College 38 Sergio Brown S 6-2 217 4 Notre Dame

    73O Thomas Austin C 6-4 310 3 Clemson 20 Darius Butler CB 5-10 186 5 Connecticut

    74 Anthony Castonzo T 6-7 307 3 Boston College 29D Allen Chapman CB 5-11 181 R Kansas State

    78 Gosder Cherilus T 6-7 314 6 Boston College 23 Vontae Davis CB 5-11 204 5 Illinois

    67O Emmett Cleary T 6-7 324 R Boston College 27 Josh Gordy CB 5-11 196 3 Central Michigan

    65O Danous Estenor G 6-3 307 R South Florida 25D Marshay Green CB 5-10 183 2 Mississippi

    56O Khaled Holmes C/G 6-3 319 R USC 26 Delano Howell S 5-11 196 2 Stanford

    71 Ben Ijalana T 6-4 322 3 Villanova 30 LaRon Landry S 6-0 226 7 LSU

    72 Jeff Linkenbach T 6-6 325 4 Cincinnati 35 Joe Lefeged S 6-0 204 3 Rutgers

    75 Mike McGlynn G/C 6-4 325 6 Pittsburgh 40 Sheldon Price CB 6-2 180 R UCLA

    76 Joe Reitz G 6-7 323 3 Western Michigan 34D Daxton Swanson CB 5-11 191 R Sam Houston State

    64 Samson Satele C 6-3 300 7 Hawaii 28 Greg Toler CB 6-0 190 5 St. Paul's

    62 Rick Schmeig C 6-3 310 R Purdue 32 Cassius Vaughn CB 5-11 199 4 Mississippi

    60 Bradley Sowell T 6-7 315 2 Mississippi 37D Ashante Williams S 5-11 205 R Illinois

    66 Donald Thomas G 6-4 306 6 Connecticut 21 Teddy Williams CB 6-1 207 2 Texas-San Antonio

    69 Hugh Thornton G 6-3 334 R Illinois

    63 Lee Ziemba T 6-6 313 3 Auburn ������������

    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College

    1 Pat McAfee P 6-1 233 5 West Virginia

    2 Brandon McManus K/P 6-3 201 R Temple

    45 Matt Overton LS 6-1 242 2 Western Washington

    4 Adam Vinatieri K 6-0 208 18 South Dakota State

    COACHING STAFF HEAD COACH: Chuck Pagano

    Pep Hamilton (Offensive Coordinator), Greg Manusky (Defensive Coordinator), Tom McMahon (Special Teams Coordinator), Roy Anderson (Safeties Coach),

    Tim Berbenich (Offensive Assistant), Brant Boyer (Assistant Special Teams Coach), Clyde Christensen (Quarterbacks Coach), Gary Emanuel (Defensive Line Coach)

    Jeff FitzGerald (Linebackers Coach), Joe Gilbert (Offensive Line Coach), Mike Gillhamer (Secondary Coach), Frank Giufre (Offensive Quality Control Coach),

    Richard Howell (Assistant Strength & Conditioning), Hal Hunter (Assistant Offensive Line Coach), Roger Marandino (Strength & Conditioning), Alfredo Roberts (Tight

    David Walker (Running Backs Coach), Brad White (Defensive Quality Control Coach), Charlie Williams (Wide Receivers Coach).

  • HOW THE COLTS WERE BUILT

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    YEAR DRAFTEES FREE AGENTS TRADES/WAIVERS

    2001 Reggie Wayne (1)

    2003 Robert Mathis (5)

    2006 Antoine Bethea (6) Adam Vinatieri (UFA-NE)

    2009 Donald Brown (1)

    Fili Moala (2)

    Pat McAfee (7)

    2010 Pat Angerer (2) Jeff Linkenbach

    Ricardo Mathews (7) Joe Reitz

    Kavell Conner (7)

    2011 Anthony Castonzo (1) Joe Lefeged

    Ben Ijalana (2) Scott Lutrus*

    Drake Nevis (3)

    Delone Carter (4)

    2012 Andrew Luck (1) Darius Butler Sergio Brown (W-NE)

    Coby Fleener (2) Jerrell Freeman Vontae Davis (T-MIA)

    Dwayne Allen (3) Marshay Green Josh Gordy (T-STL)

    T.Y. Hilton (3) Lawrence Guy Martin Tevaseu (W-NYJ)

    Josh Chapman (5) Mario Harvey Cassius Vaughn (T-DEN)

    Vick Ballard (5) Kellen Heard

    LaVon Brazill (6) Delano Howell

    Justin Anderson (7)* Dominique Jones

    Chandler Harnish (7) Mike McGlynn (UFA-CIN)

    Davin Meggett

    Matt Overton

    Nathan Palmer

    Cory Redding (UFA-BAL)

    Samson Satele (UFA-OAK)

    Bradley Sowell

    Griff Whalen

    Teddy Williams

    Lee Ziemba

    2013 Bjoern Werner (1) Johnny Adams Stanley Havili (T-PHI)

    Hugh Thornton (3) Daniel Adongo Kelvin Sheppard (T-BUF)

    Khaled Holmes (4) Larry Asante

    Montori Hughes (5) Thomas Austin

    John Boyett (6) Ahmad Bradshaw

    Kerwynn Williams (7) Allen Chapman

    Justice Cunningham (7) Gosder Cherilus (UFA-DET)

    Emmett Cleary

    Aubrayo Franklin (UFA-SD)

    Matt Hasselbeck

    Darrius Heyward-Bey

    Robert Hughes

    Ricky Jean Francois (UFA-SF)

    Jeremy Kelley

    LaRon Landry (UFA-NYJ)

    Shawn Loiseau

    Brandon McManus

    Josh McNary

    Dan Moore

    Sheldon Price

    C.O. Prime

    Caesar Rayford

    Jabin Sambrano

    Lanear Sampson

    Rick Schmeig

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    COLTS ALPHABETICAL ROSTERNO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN HOW ACQ.

    42D Adams, Johnny CB 5-10 175 6/9/1989 24 R Michigan State Akron, OH FA-1346D Adongo, Daniel OLB 6-5 257 10/12/1989 23 R Pretoria (South Africa) Nairobi, Kenya FA-1383 Allen, Dwayne TE 6-3 265 2/24/1990 23 2 Clemson Fayettville, NC D3-1251 Angerer, Pat ILB 6-0 236 1/31/1987 26 4 Iowa Bettendorf, IA D2-1036 Asante, Larry S 6-0 210 3/7/1988 24 2 Nebraska Alexandria, VA FA-1373O Austin, Thomas C 6-4 310 11/14/1986 26 3 Clemson Camden, SC FA-1333 Ballard, Vick RB 5-10 224 7/16/1990 23 2 Mississippi State Pascagoula, MS D5-1241 Bethea, Antoine S 5-11 206 7/27/1984 29 8 Howard Newport News, VA D6-0644 Bradshaw, Ahmad RB 5-10 214 3/19/1986 27 7 Marshall Bluefield, VA FA-1315 Brazill, LaVon WR 5-11 194 3/15/1989 24 2 Ohio Lantana, FL D6-1231 Brown, Donald RB 5-10 207 4/11/1987 26 5 Connecticut Atlantic Highlands, NJ D1-0938 Brown, Sergio S 6-2 217 5/22/1988 25 4 Notre Dame Maywood, IL W-12 (NE)20 Butler, Darius CB 5-10 186 3/18/1986 27 5 Connecticut Tamarac, FL FA-1234O Carter, Delone RB 5-9 232 6/22/1987 26 3 Syracuse Copley, OH D4-1174 Castonzo, Anthony T 6-7 307 8/9/1988 25 3 Boston College Hawthorn Woods, IL D1-1129D Chapman, Allen CB 5-11 181 7/23/1991 21 R Kansas State San Francisco, CA FA-1361 Chapman, Josh NT 6-0 341 6/10/1990 23 2 Alabama Hoover, AL D5-1278 Cherilus, Gosder T 6-7 314 6/28/1984 29 6 Boston College Somerville, MA UFA-13 (DET)67O Cleary, Emmett T 6-7 324 4/27/1990 23 R Boston College Arlington Heights, IL FA-1353 Conner, Kavell ILB 6-0 245 2/23/1987 26 4 Clemson Richmond, VA D7-1086 Cunningham, Justice TE 6-3 258 1/14/1991 22 R South Carolina Pageland, SC D7-1323 Davis, Vontae CB 5-11 204 5/27/1988 25 5 Illinois Washington, DC T-12 (MIA)65O Estenor, Danous G 6-3 307 10/20/1989 23 R South Florida Palm Beach, FL FA-1380 Fleener, Coby TE 6-6 247 9/20/1988 24 2 Stanford Lemont, IL D2-1297 Franklin, Aubrayo DT 6-1 320 8/27/1980 32 11 Tennessee Johnson City, TN UFA-13 (SD)50 Freeman, Jerrell ILB 6-0 232 5/1/1986 27 2 Mary Hardin-Baylor Waco, TX FA-1227 Gordy, Josh CB 5-11 196 2/9/1987 26 3 Central Michigan Warthen, GA T-12 (STL)25 Green, Marshay CB 5-10 183 1/14/1986 27 2 Mississippi Bastrop, LA FA-1267D Guy, Lawrence DE 6-4 318 3/17/1990 23 3 Arizona State Las Vegas, NV FA-125 Harnish, Chandler QB 6-2 222 7/28/1988 24 1 Northern Illinois Bluffton, IN D7-1254 Harvey, Mario ILB 6-0 264 8/10/1987 26 2 Marshall Forsyth, GA FA-128 Hasselbeck, Matt QB 6-4 235 9/25/1975 37 15 Boston College Norfolk, MA FA-1339 Havili, Stanley FB 6-0 243 11/14/1987 25 2 USC Salt Lake City, UT T-13 (PHI)65D Heard, Kellen DT 6-6 341 10/17/1985 27 3 Memphis Wharton, TX FA-1281 Heyward-Bey, Darrius WR 6-2 219 2/26/1987 26 5 Maryland Silver Spring, MD FA-1313 Hilton, T.Y. WR 5-9 178 11/14/1989 23 2 Florida International Miami, FL D3-1256O Holmes, Khaled C/G 6-3 319 1/19/1990 23 R USC Santa Ana, CA D4-1326 Howell, Delano S 5-11 196 11/17/1989 23 2 Stanford Newhall, CA FA-1273D Hughes, Montori DT 6-4 335 8/25/1990 22 R Tennessee-Martin Murfreesboro, TN D5-1329O Hughes, Robert FB 5-11 235 6/21/1989 24 2 Notre Dame Chicago, IL FA-1371 Ijalana, Ben T 6-4 322 8/6/1989 23 3 Villanova Hainesport, NJ D2-1199 Jean Francois, Ricky DT 6-3 297 11/23/1986 26 5 LSU Miami, FL UFA-13 (SF)46O Jones, Dominique TE 6-3 270 8/15/1987 25 2 Shepherd San Diego, CA FA-1284 Kelley, Jeremy WR 6-6 231 6/9/1988 24 R Maine West Seneca, NY FA-1330 Landry, LaRon S 6-0 226 10/14/1984 28 7 LSU Metairie, LA UFA-13 (NYJ)35 Lefeged, Joe S 6-0 204 6/2/1988 25 3 Rutgers Germantown, MD FA-1172 Linkenbach, Jeff T 6-6 325 6/9/1987 26 4 Cincinnati Sandusky, OH FA-1059 Loiseau, Shawn ILB 6-0 239 10/10/1989 23 1 Merrimack Shrewsbury, MA FA-1312 Luck, Andrew QB 6-4 239 9/12/1989 23 2 Stanford Houston, TX D1-1291 Mathews, Ricardo DT 6-3 300 7/30/1987 26 4 Cincinnati Jacksonville, FL D7-1098 Mathis, Robert OLB 6-2 246 2/26/1981 32 11 Alabama A&M Atlanta, GA D5-031 McAfee, Pat P 6-1 233 5/2/1987 26 5 West Virginia Plum, PA D7-0975 McGlynn, Mike G/C 6-4 325 3/8/1985 27 6 Pittsburgh Austintown, OH UFA-12 (CIN)2 McManus, Brandon K/P 6-3 201 7/25/1991 22 R Temple Hatfield, PA FA-1348D McNary, Josh LB 6-0 251 4/10/1988 25 R Army Houston, TX FA-1342O Meggett, Davin RB 5-8 219 3/22/1990 22 1 Maryland Clinton, MD FA-1248O Moore, Dan RB 5-11 240 2/1/1990 23 R Montana Tucson, AZ FA-1394 Nevis, Drake DT 6-1 310 5/8/1989 24 3 LSU Harvey, LA D3-1145 Overton, Matt LS 6-1 242 7/6/1985 28 2 Western Washington Tracy, CA FA-1210 Palmer, Nathan WR 5-11 198 4/14/1989 24 2 Northern Illinois Elkhart, IN FA-1240 Price, Sheldon CB 6-2 180 3/26/1991 22 R UCLA Chino Hills, CA FA-1347 Prime, C.O. LB 6-1 261 10/29/1989 23 R Wagner Laval, Quebec FA-1349 Rayford, Caesar LB 6-7 267 3/4/1986 27 R Washington Spanaway, WA FA-1390 Redding, Cory DE 6-4 318 11/15/1980 32 11 Texas Houston, TX UFA-12 (BAL)76 Reitz, Joe G 6-7 323 8/24/1985 27 3 W. Michigan Fishers, IN FA-1016 Sambrano, Jabin WR 5-11 190 3/12/1990 23 1 Montana Temecula, CA FA-1314 Sampson, Lanear WR 5-11 205 7/17/1990 23 R Baylor Dallas, TX FA-1364 Satele, Samson C 6-3 300 11/29/1984 28 7 Hawaii Kailua, HI UFA-12 (OAK)62 Schmeig, Rick C 6-3 310 4/6/1990 23 R Purdue Cincinnati, OH FA-1352 Sheppard, Kelvin LB 6-2 256 1/2/1988 25 3 LSU Stone Mountain, GA T-13 (BUF)56D Sidbury, Lawrence OLB 6-3 269 2/6/1986 27 5 Richmond Clinton, MD UFA-13 (ATL)57 Simmons, Monte OLB 6-3 248 1/29/1989 24 1 Kent State Swissvale, PA FA-1360 Sowell, Bradley T 6-7 315 6/6/1989 24 2 Mississippi Hernando, MS FA-1234D Swanson, Daxton CB 5-11 191 3/21/1991 22 R Sam Houston State Waco, TX FA-1368 Tevaseu, Martin NT 6-2 345 10/7/1987 25 3 UNLV Booneville, CA W-12 (NYJ)66 Thomas, Donald G 6-4 306 9/25/1985 27 6 Connecticut West Haven, CT UFA-13 (NE)69 Thornton, Hugh G 6-3 334 6/28/1991 21 R Illinois Oberlin, OH D3-1328 Toler, Greg CB 6-0 190 1/2/1985 28 5 St. Paul's Washington, DC UFA-13 (ARI)32 Vaughn, Cassius CB 5-11 199 11/3/1987 25 4 Mississippi Memphis, TN T-12 (DEN)4 Vinatieri, Adam K 6-0 208 12/28/1972 40 18 S. Dakota State Rapid City, SD UFA-06 (NE)93 Walden, Erik OLB 6-2 250 8/21/1985 27 6 Middle Tennessee St. Dublin, GA UFA-13 (GB)87 Wayne, Reggie WR 6-0 200 11/17/1978 34 13 Miami (FL) New Orleans, LA D1-0192 Werner, Bjoern OLB 6-3 260 8/30/1990 22 R Florida State Berlin, Germany D1-1317 Whalen, Griff WR 5-11 197 3/1/1990 23 2 Stanford Sylvania, OH FA-1237D Williams, Ashante S 5-11 205 2/15/1990 23 R Illinois Mayfield, OH FA-1337O Williams, Kerwynn RB 5-8 198 6/9/1991 21 R Utah State Las Vegas, NV D7-1321 Williams, Teddy CB 6-1 207 7/3/1988 24 2 Texas-San Antonio Tyler, TX FA-1263 Ziemba, Lee T 6-6 313 3/29/1989 23 3 Auburn Rogers, AR FA-12

    NON-FOOTBALL INJURY

    43 Boyett, John S 5-10 203 12/20/1989 23 R Oregon Napa, CA D6-13

    PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM

    95 Moala, Fili DE 6-4 308 6/23/1985 28 5 USC Buena Park, CA D2-09

    79 Anderson, Justin G 6-5 340 4/15/1988 25 2 Georgia Ocilla, GA D7-1256 Lutrus, Scott ILB 6-3 238 4/23/1988 25 2 Connecticut Brookfield, CT FA-11

    COACHING STAFF HEAD COACH: Chuck PaganoPep Hamilton (Offensive Coordinator), Greg Manusky (Defensive Coordinator), Tom McMahon (Special Teams Coordinator), Roy Anderson (Safeties Coach),Tim Berbenich (Offensive Assistant), Brant Boyer (Assistant Special Teams Coach), Clyde Christensen (Quarterbacks Coach), Gary Emanuel (Defensive Line Coach), Jeff FitzGerald (Linebackers Coach), Joe Gilbert (Offensive Line Coach), Mike Gillhamer (Secondary Coach), Frank Giufre (Offensive Quality Control Coach),Richard Howell (Assistant Strength & Conditioning), Hal Hunter (Assistant Offensive Line Coach), Roger Marandino (Strength & Conditioning), Alfredo Roberts (Tight EndsDavid Walker (Running Backs Coach), Brad White (Defensive Quality Control Coach), Charlie Williams (Wide Receivers Coach).

    RESERVE/INJURED

    PRACTICE SQUAD

  • COLTS NUMERICAL ROSTER

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    NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN HOW ACQ.

    1 Pat McAfee P 6-1 233 5/2/1987 26 5 West Virginia Plum, PA D7-092 Brandon McManus K/P 6-3 201 7/25/1991 22 R Temple Hatfield, PA FA-134 Adam Vinatieri K 6-0 208 12/28/1972 40 18 South Dakota State Rapid City, SD UFA-06 (NE)5 Chandler Harnish QB 6-2 222 7/28/1988 24 1 Northern Illinois Bluffton, IN D7-128 Matt Hasselbeck QB 6-4 235 9/25/1975 37 15 Boston College Norfolk, MA FA-1310 Nathan Palmer WR 5-11 198 4/14/1989 24 2 Northern Illinois Elkhart, IN FA-1212 Andrew Luck QB 6-4 239 9/12/1989 23 2 Stanford Houston, TX D1-1213 T.Y. Hilton WR 5-9 178 11/14/1989 23 2 Florida International Miami, FL D3-1214 Lanear Sampson WR 5-11 205 7/17/1990 23 R Baylor Dallas, TX FA-1315 LaVon Brazill WR 5-11 194 3/15/1989 24 2 Ohio Lantana, FL D6-1216 Jabin Sambrano WR 5-11 190 3/12/1990 23 1 Montana Temecula, CA FA-1317 Griff Whalen WR 5-11 197 3/1/1990 23 2 Stanford Sylvania, OH FA-1220 Darius Butler CB 5-10 186 3/18/1986 27 5 Connecticut Tamarac, FL FA-1221 Teddy Williams CB 6-1 207 7/3/1988 24 2 Texas-San Antonio Tyler, TX FA-1223 Vontae Davis CB 5-11 204 5/27/1988 25 5 Illinois Washington, DC T-12 (MIA)25 Marshay Green CB 5-10 183 1/14/1986 27 2 Mississippi Bastrop, LA FA-1226 Delano Howell S 5-11 196 11/17/1989 23 2 Stanford Newhall, CA FA-1227 Josh Gordy CB 5-11 196 2/9/1987 26 3 Central Michigan Warthen, GA T-12 (STL)28 Greg Toler CB 6-0 190 1/2/1985 28 5 St. Paul's Washington, DC UFA-13 (ARI)29D Allen Chapman CB 5-11 181 7/23/1991 21 R Kansas State San Francisco, CA FA-1329O Robert Hughes FB 5-11 235 6/21/1989 24 2 Notre Dame Chicago, IL FA-1330 LaRon Landry S 6-0 226 10/14/1984 28 7 LSU Metairie, LA UFA-13 (NYJ)31 Donald Brown RB 5-10 207 4/11/1987 26 5 Connecticut Atlantic Highlands, NJ D1-0932 Cassius Vaughn CB 5-11 199 11/3/1987 25 4 Mississippi Memphis, TN T-12 (DEN)33 Vick Ballard RB 5-10 224 7/16/1990 23 2 Mississippi State Pascagoula, MS D5-1234O Delone Carter RB 5-9 232 6/22/1987 26 3 Syracuse Copley, OH D4-1134D Daxton Swanson CB 5-11 191 3/21/1991 22 R Sam Houston State Waco, TX FA-1335 Joe Lefeged S 6-0 204 6/2/1988 25 3 Rutgers Germantown, MD FA-1136 Larry Asante S 6-0 210 3/7/1988 24 2 Nebraska Alexandria, VA FA-1337D Ashante Williams S 5-11 205 2/15/1990 23 R Illinois Mayfield, OH FA-1337O Kerwynn Williams RB 5-8 198 6/9/1991 21 R Utah State Las Vegas, NV D7-1338 Sergio Brown S 6-2 217 5/22/1988 25 4 Notre Dame Maywood, IL W-12 (NE)39 Stanley Havili FB 6-0 243 11/14/1987 25 2 USC Salt Lake City, UT T-13 (PHI)40 Sheldon Price CB 6-2 180 3/26/1991 22 R UCLA Chino Hills, CA FA-1341 Antoine Bethea S 5-11 206 7/27/1984 29 8 Howard Newport News, VA D6-0642D Johnny Adams CB 5-10 175 6/9/1989 24 R Michigan State Akron, OH FA-1342O Davin Meggett RB 5-8 219 3/22/1990 22 1 Maryland Clinton, MD FA-1244 Ahmad Bradshaw RB 5-10 214 3/19/1986 27 7 Marshall Bluefield, VA FA-1345 Matt Overton LS 6-1 242 7/6/1985 28 2 Western Washington Tracy, CA FA-1246D Daniel Adongo OLB 6-5 257 10/12/1989 23 R Pretoria (South Africa) Nairobi, Kenya FA-1346O Dominique Jones TE 6-3 270 8/15/1987 25 2 Shepherd San Diego, CA FA-1247 C.O. Prime LB 6-1 261 10/29/1989 23 R Wagner Laval, Quebec FA-1348D Josh McNary LB 6-0 251 4/10/1988 25 R Army Houston, TX FA-1348O Dan Moore RB 5-11 240 2/1/1990 23 R Montana Tucson, AZ FA-1349 Caesar Rayford LB 6-7 267 3/4/1986 27 R Washington Spanaway, WA FA-1350 Jerrell Freeman ILB 6-0 232 5/1/1986 27 2 Mary Hardin-Baylor Waco, TX FA-1251 Pat Angerer ILB 6-0 236 1/31/1987 26 4 Iowa Bettendorf, IA D2-1052 Kelvin Sheppard LB 6-2 256 1/2/1988 25 3 LSU Stone Mountain, GA T-13 (BUF)53 Kavell Conner ILB 6-0 245 2/23/1987 26 4 Clemson Richmond, VA D7-1054 Mario Harvey ILB 6-0 264 8/10/1987 26 2 Marshall Forsyth, GA FA-1256O Khaled Holmes C/G 6-3 319 1/19/1990 23 R USC Santa Ana, CA D4-1356D Lawrence Sidbury OLB 6-3 269 2/6/1986 27 5 Richmond Clinton, MD UFA-13 (ATL)57 Monte Simmons OLB 6-3 248 1/29/1989 24 1 Kent State Swissvale, PA FA-1359 Shawn Loiseau ILB 6-0 239 10/10/1989 23 1 Merrimack Shrewsbury, MA FA-1360 Bradley Sowell T 6-7 315 6/6/1989 24 2 Mississippi Hernando, MS FA-1261 Josh Chapman NT 6-0 340 6/10/1990 23 2 Alabama Hoover, AL D5-1262 Rick Schmeig C 6-3 310 4/6/1990 23 R Purdue Cincinnati, OH FA-1363 Lee Ziemba T 6-6 313 3/29/1989 23 3 Auburn Rogers, AR FA-1264 Samson Satele C 6-3 300 11/29/1984 28 7 Hawaii Kailua, HI UFA-12 (OAK)65O Danous Estenor G 6-3 307 10/20/1989 23 R South Florida Palm Beach, FL FA-1365D Kellen Heard DT 6-6 341 10/17/1985 27 3 Memphis Wharton, TX FA-1266 Donald Thomas G 6-4 306 9/25/1985 27 6 Connecticut West Haven, CT UFA-13 (NE)67O Emmett Cleary T 6-7 324 4/27/1990 23 R Boston College Arlington Heights, IL FA-1367D Lawrence Guy DE 6-4 318 3/17/1990 23 3 Arizona State Las Vegas, NV FA-1268 Martin Tevaseu NT 6-2 345 10/7/1987 25 3 UNLV Booneville, CA W-12 (NYJ)69 Hugh Thornton G 6-3 334 6/28/1991 21 R Illinois Oberlin, OH D3-1371 Ben Ijalana T 6-4 322 8/6/1989 23 3 Villanova Hainesport, NJ D2-1172 Jeff Linkenbach T 6-6 325 6/9/1987 26 4 Cincinnati Sandusky, OH FA-1073O Thomas Austin C 6-4 310 11/14/1986 26 3 Clemson Camden, SC FA-1373D Montori Hughes DT 6-4 335 8/25/1990 22 R Tennessee-Martin Murfreesboro, TN D5-1374 Anthony Castonzo T 6-7 307 8/9/1988 25 3 Boston College Hawthorn Woods, IL D1-1175 Mike McGlynn G/C 6-4 325 3/8/1985 27 6 Pittsburgh Austintown, OH UFA-12 (CIN)76 Joe Reitz G 6-7 323 8/24/1985 27 3 Western Michigan Fishers, IN FA-1078 Gosder Cherilus T 6-7 314 6/28/1984 29 6 Boston College Somerville, MA UFA-13 (DET)80 Coby Fleener TE 6-6 247 9/20/1988 24 2 Stanford Lemont, IL D2-1281 Darrius Heyward-Bey WR 6-2 219 2/26/1987 26 5 Maryland Silver Spring, MD FA-1383 Dwayne Allen TE 6-3 265 2/24/1990 23 2 Clemson Fayettville, NC D3-1284 Jeremy Kelley WR 6-6 231 6/9/1988 24 R Maine West Seneca, NY FA-1386 Justice Cunningham TE 6-3 258 1/19/1990 23 R South Carolina Pageland, SC D7-1387 Reggie Wayne WR 6-0 200 11/17/1978 34 13 Miami (FL) New Orleans, LA D1-0190 Cory Redding DE 6-4 318 11/15/1980 32 11 Texas Houston, TX UFA-12 (BAL)91 Ricardo Mathews DT 6-3 300 7/30/1987 26 4 Cincinnati Jacksonville, FL D7-1092 Bjoern Werner OLB 6-3 260 8/30/1990 22 R Florida State Berlin, Germany D1-1393 Erik Walden OLB 6-2 250 8/21/1985 27 6 Middle Tennessee St. Dublin, GA UFA-13 (GB)94 Drake Nevis DT 6-1 310 5/8/1989 24 3 LSU Harvey, LA D3-1197 Aubrayo Franklin DT 6-1 320 8/27/1980 32 11 Tennessee Johnson City, TN UFA-13 (SD)98 Robert Mathis OLB 6-2 246 2/26/1981 32 11 Alabama A&M Atlanta, GA D5-0399 Ricky Jean Francois DT 6-3 297 11/23/1986 26 5 LSU Miami, FL UFA-13 (SF)

    NON-FOOTBALL INJURY

    43 John Boyett S 5-10 203 12/20/1989 23 R Oregon Napa, CA D6-13

    PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM

    95 Fili Moala DE 6-4 308 6/23/1985 28 5 USC Buena Park, CA D2-09

    56 Scott Lutrus ILB 6-3 238 4/23/1988 25 2 Connecticut Brookfield, CT FA-1179 Justin Anderson G 6-5 340 4/15/1988 25 2 Georgia Ocilla, GA D7-12

    COACHING STAFF HEAD COACH: Chuck PaganoPep Hamilton (Offensive Coordinator), Greg Manusky (Defensive Coordinator), Tom McMahon (Special Teams Coordinator), Roy Anderson (Safeties Coach),Tim Berbenich (Offensive Assistant), Brant Boyer (Assistant Special Teams Coach), Clyde Christensen (Quarterbacks Coach), Gary Emanuel (Defensive Line Coach), Jeff FitzGerald (Linebackers Coach), Joe Gilbert (Offensive Line Coach), Mike Gillhamer (Secondary Coach), Frank Giufre (Offensive Quality Control Coach),Richard Howell (Assistant Strength & Conditioning), Hal Hunter (Assistant Offensive Line Coach), Roger Marandino (Strength & Conditioning), Alfredo Roberts (Tight EndsDavid Walker (Running Backs Coach), Brad White (Defensive Quality Control Coach), Charlie Williams (Wide Receivers Coach).

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    COLTS TRANSACTIONSDATE POS. PLAYER TRANSACTION12/31 S Larry Asante Signed a reserve/futures contract12/31 T Robert Griffin Signed a reserve/futures contract12/31 LB Quinton Spears Signed a reserve/futures contract1/3 WR Jabin Sambrano Signed a reserve/futures contract1/7 G Justin Anderson Signed a reserve/futures contract1/7 CB Marshay Green Signed a reserve/futures contract1/7 QB Chandler Harnish Signed a reserve/futures contract1/7 TE Dominique Jones Signed a reserve/futures contract1/7 LB Shawn Loiseau Signed a reserve/futures contract1/7 RB Davin Meggett Signed a reserve/futures contract1/7 LB Monte Simmons Signed a reserve/futures contract1/8 T Lee Ziemba Signed a reserve/futures contract1/9 LB Jake Killeen Signed a reserve/futures contract1/9 RB Alvester Alexander Signed a reserve/futures contract1/30 WR Jeremy Kelley Signed a reserve/futures contract3/1 P Pat McAfee Designated Franchise Player3/4 DT Fili Moala Signed a contract extension3/7 C Jeff Saturday Signed as a free agent3/8 C Jeff Saturday Placed on the Reserve/Retired List3/13 LB Lawrence Sidbury Signed as an unrestricted free agent

    (ATL)3/13 G Donald Thomas Signed as an unrestricted free agent

    (NE)3/13 CB Greg Toler Signed as an unrestricted free agent

    (ARZ)3/13 LB Erik Walden Signed as an unrestricted free agent

    (GB)3/13 T Gosder Cherilus Signed as an unrestricted free agent

    (DET)3/13 S LaRon Landry Signed as an unrestricted free agent

    (NYJ)3/14 CB Darius Butler Signed as an unrestricted free agent

    (IND)3/14 DT Ricky Jean Francois Signed as an unrestricted free agent

    (SF)3/15 S Tom Zbikowski Released3/18 CB Cassius Vaughn Signed qualifying offer3/19 QB Matt Hasselbeck Signed as a free agent3/19 G Joe Reitz Signed tender3/20 DT Aubrayo Franklin Signed as an unrestricted free agent

    (SD)3/22 NT Martin Tevaseu Signed tender3/28 FB Stanley Havili Traded from the Philadelphia Eagles

    for DE Clifton Geathers3/28 T Jeff Linkenbach Signed qualifying offer4/1 WR Darrius Heyward-Bey Signed as a free agent4/3 P Pat McAfee Signed franchise tender4/11 LB Josh McNary Signed as a free agent4/15 CB Josh Gordy Signed tender4/25 OLB Bjoern Werner Selected in the first round (24th over

    all) of the NFL Draft4/26 G Hugh Thornton Selected in the third round (86th over

    all) of the NFL Draft4/27 C/G Khaled Holmes Selected in the fourth round (121st

    overall) of the NFL Draft4/27 DT Montori Hughes Selected in the fifth round (139th

    overall) of the NFL Draft following atrade with the Cleveland Browns in exchange for a frouth round choicein the 2014 NFL Draft

    4/27 S John Boyett Selected in the sixth round (192nd overall) of the NFL Draft

    4/27 RB Kerwynn Williams Selected in the seventh round (230thoverall) of the NFL Draft

    4/27 TE Justice Cunningham Selected in the seventh round (254thoverall) of the NFL Draft

    4/29 LB Kelvin Sheppard Traded from the Buffalo Bills for LB Jerry Hughes

    4/30 RB Alvester Alexander Waived4/30 FB Robert Hughes Waived4/30 LB Shawn Loiseau Waived4/30 T Emmett Cleary Signed as an undrafted free agent4/30 K Brandon McManus Signed as an undrafted free agent4/30 RB Dan Moore Signed as an undrafted free agent4/30 RB Denodus O'Bryant Signed as an undrafted free agent4/30 CB Sheldon Price Signed as an undrafted free agent4/30 LB C.O. Prime Signed as an undrafted free agent4/30 WR Rodrick Rumble Signed as an undrafted free agent

    4/30 WR Lanear Sampson Signed as an undrafted free agent4/30 CB Daxton Swanson Signed as an undrafted free agent5/2 CB Nigel Malone Signed as an undrafted free agent5/9 C A.Q. Shipley Traded to the Baltimore Ravens in ex

    change for a conditional pick in the 2014 NFL Draft

    5/9 C Rick Schmeig Signed as an undrafted free agent5/9 G Hugh Thornton Signed contract5/9 C/G Khaled Holmes Signed contract5/9 DT Montori Hughes Signed contract5/9 S John Boyett Signed contract5/9 RB Kerwynn Williams Signed contract5/9 TE Justice Cunningham Signed contract5/12 CB Nigel Malone Waived5/12 CB Allen Chapman Signed as an undrafted free agent5/23 LB Jake Killeen Waived5/23 LB Caesar Rayford Signed as a free agent6/11 RB Denodus O'Bryant Waived6/11 RB Ahmad Bradshaw Signed as a free agent6/24 WR LaVon Brazill Suspended for the first four games of

    the 2013 regular season7/18 TE Weslye Saunders Suspended for the first eight games

    of the 2013 regular season7/23 S John Boyett Placed on the Non-Football Injury List7/23 RB Ahmad Bradshaw Placed on the Physically Unable to

    Perform List7/24 OLB Bjoern Werner Signed contract7/25 OLB Daniel Adongo Signed as a free agent7/25 TE Weslye Saunders Waived7/27 ILB Pat Angerer Placed on the Physically Unable to

    Perform List7/27 DE Fili Moala Placed on the Physically Unable to

    Perform List7/30 LB Josh McNary Reinstated from the Reserve/Military

    List7/30 NT Brandon McKinney Placed on Injured Reserve8/1 OG Danous Estenor Signed as an undrafted free agent8/1 C Thomas Austin Signed as a free agent8/1 OG Robert Griffin Waived8/1 ILB Scott Lutrus Waived-Injured8/5 OLB Monte Simmons Waived8/5 FB Robert Hughes Signed as a free agent8/6 NT Brandon McKinney Released from Injured Reserve8/8 S Ashante Williams Signed as undrafted free agent8/8 LB Shawn Loiseau Signed as free agent8/8 WR Rodrick Rumble Waived8/8 G Justin Anderson Waived-Injured8/12 RB Ahmad Bradshaw Restored to the active roster from the

    Physical