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1 REGULAR SEASON WEEK 7 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (4-2) vs. DENVER BRONCOS (6-0) 8:30 P.M. EDT | SUNDAY, OCT. 20, 2013 | LUCAS OIL STADIUM The Indianapolis Colts (4-2) will compete in their second consecutive primetime game when they host the Denver Broncos (6-0) on Sunday Night Fooball. Kickoff is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. EDT at Lucas Oil Stadium. The Colts will face Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning who played 13 seasons (1998-2010) with Indianapolis, leading the Colts to their second Super Bowl victory in franchise history. Indianapolis will look to bounce back from a 19-9 loss to the San Diego Chargers on Monday Night Football last week. The Colts have not lost back-to-back games under Head Coach Chuck Pagano (2012-13). In last week’s game, kicker Adam Vinatieri handled all the scoring for the Colts, converting three field goals for nine points. For the first time in his career, Vinatieri hit two 50-plus-yard field goals in one game. Wide receiver Reggie Wayne caught five passes, pushing him past Hines Ward for eighth all-time and making him the ninth player in NFL history with 1,000 career receptions. The Broncos boast the NFL’s top-ranked offense, averaging 476.0 yards and 44.2 points per game. Manning has thrown for 2,179 yards and 22 touchdowns, which is tied for the most in NFL history through the first six games of a season. Denver has four receivers with over 300 receiving yards this season, with Demaryius Thomas leading the group (528). Indianapolis Colts WR-Reggie Wayne Radio coverage: WFNI & WLHK Play-by-Play: Bob Lamey Color Analyst: Jim Sorgi Sideline: Matt Taylor Team W L T Pct. Pts. Opp. Indianapolis 4 2 0 .667 148 98 Tennessee 3 3 0 .500 128 115 Houston 2 4 0 .333 106 177 Jacksonville 0 6 0 .000 70 198 Radio coverage: WestwoodOne Sports Play-by-Play: Kevin Kugler Color Analyst: James Lofton Sideline: Hub Arkush PRESEASON (2-2) Day Date Opponent TV Time/Result Sun. Aug. 11 BUFFALO WNDY L, 44-20 Sun. Aug. 18 at New York Giants FOX W, 20-12 Sat. Aug. 24 CLEVELAND WNDY W, 27-6 Sun. Aug. 29 at Cincinnati WNDY L, 27-10 REGULAR SEASON (4-2) Day Date Opponent TV Time/Result Sun. Sept. 8 OAKLAND CBS W, 21-17 Sun. Sept. 15 MIAMI CBS L, 24-20 Sun. Sept. 22 at San Francisco CBS W, 27-7 Sun. Sept. 29 at Jacksonville CBS W, 37-3 Sun. Oct. 6 SEATTLE FOX W, 34-28 Mon. Oct. 14 at San Diego ESPN L, 19-9 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,, 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 HOST BRONCOS ON SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 2013 SCHEDULE 2013 AFC SOUTH STANDINGS COLTS MEDIA SITE Tuesday, Oct. 15 TBA - Coach Pagano Availability Wednesday, Oct. 16 11:50 a.m - Players Avail- able 3:15 p.m. - Broncos QB- Peyton Manning Conf. Call 3:25 p.m. - Broncos Coach Fox Conf. Call 4:10 p.m. - Practice Thursday, Oct. 17 Noon - Coordinators and Players Available 1:40 p.m. - Practice Friday, Oct. 18 11 a.m. - Practice After Practice - Coach Pagano and Players Available Saturday, Oct. 19 No Availability Sunday, Oct. 20 Indianapolis Colts vs. Denver Broncos 8:30 p.m. EDT Lucas Oil Stadium INDIANAPOLIS COLTS WEEKLY PRESS RELEASE Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center P.O. Box 535000 Indianapolis, IN 46253 WEEKLY MEDIA AVAILABILITY : OCTOBER 15-20 TV coverage: NBC Play-by-Play: Al Michaels Color Analyst: Cris Collinsworth Sideline: Michele Tafoya
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    8:30 P.M. EDT | SUNDAY, OCT. 20, 2013 | LUCAS OIL STADIUM

    The Indianapolis Colts (4-2) will compete intheir second consecutive primetime gamewhen they host the Denver Broncos (6-0) onSunday Night Fooball. Kickoff is scheduledfor 8:30 p.m. EDT at Lucas Oil Stadium.The Colts will face Broncos quarterbackPeyton Manning who played 13 seasons(1998-2010) with Indianapolis, leading theColts to their second Super Bowl victory infranchise history.Indianapolis will look to bounce back from a19-9 loss to the San Diego Chargers onMonday Night Football last week. The Coltshave not lost back-to-back games under Head Coach ChuckPagano (2012-13).In last weeks game, kicker Adam Vinatieri handled all the scoringfor the Colts, converting three field goals for nine points. For the firsttime in his career, Vinatieri hit two 50-plus-yard field goals in onegame. Wide receiver Reggie Wayne caught five passes, pushinghim past Hines Ward for eighth all-time and making him the ninthplayer in NFL history with 1,000 career receptions.The Broncos boast the NFLs top-ranked offense, averaging 476.0yards and 44.2 points per game. Manning has thrown for 2,179yards and 22 touchdowns, which is tied for the most in NFL historythrough the first six games of a season. Denver has four receiverswith over 300 receiving yards this season, with Demaryius Thomasleading the group (528).

    Indianapolis Colts WR-Reggie Wayne

    Radio coverage: WFNI & WLHKPlay-by-Play: Bob LameyColor Analyst: Jim SorgiSideline: Matt Taylor

    Team W L T Pct. Pts. Opp.Indianapolis 4 2 0 .667 148 98Tennessee 3 3 0 .500 128 115Houston 2 4 0 .333 106 177Jacksonville 0 6 0 .000 70 198

    Radio coverage: WestwoodOne SportsPlay-by-Play: Kevin KuglerColor Analyst: James LoftonSideline: Hub Arkush

    PRESEASON (2-2)Day Date Opponent TV Time/ResultSun. Aug. 11 BUFFALO WNDY L, 44-20Sun. Aug. 18 at New York Giants FOX W, 20-12Sat. Aug. 24 CLEVELAND WNDY W, 27-6Sun. Aug. 29 at Cincinnati WNDY L, 27-10REGULAR SEASON (4-2)Day Date Opponent TV Time/ResultSun. Sept. 8 OAKLAND CBS W, 21-17Sun. Sept. 15 MIAMI CBS L, 24-20Sun. Sept. 22 at San Francisco CBS W, 27-7Sun. Sept. 29 at Jacksonville CBS W, 37-3Sun. Oct. 6 SEATTLE FOX W, 34-28Mon. Oct. 14 at San Diego ESPN L, 19-9Sun. 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,, 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.





    Tuesday, Oct. 15TBA - Coach PaganoAvailability

    Wednesday, Oct. 1611:50 a.m - Players Avail-able3:15 p.m. - Broncos QB-Peyton Manning Conf. Call3:25 p.m. - BroncosCoach Fox Conf. Call4:10 p.m. - Practice

    Thursday, Oct. 17Noon - Coordinators andPlayers Available1:40 p.m. - Practice

    Friday, Oct. 1811 a.m. - PracticeAfter Practice - CoachPagano and PlayersAvailable

    Saturday, Oct. 19No Availability

    Sunday, Oct. 20Indianapolis Colts

    vs.Denver Broncos8:30 p.m. EDT

    Lucas Oil Stadium

    INDIANAPOLIS COLTSWEEKLY PRESS RELEASEIndiana Farm Bureau Football CenterP.O. Box 535000Indianapolis, IN


    TV coverage: NBCPlay-by-Play: Al MichaelsColor Analyst: Cris CollinsworthSideline: Michele Tafoya



    Game Preview/Schedules .............................................................1Table of Contents/Important Information .......................................2Injury Update/Colts Notes ..........................................................3-5Colts-Opponent Statistical Comparison .....................................6-7Head Coach Comparison ..............................................................8Connections ..................................................................................9Probable Starters....................................................................10-11Ryan Grigson Notes ....................................................................12Reggie Wayne Notes .............................................................13-14Robert Mathis Notes....................................................................15Andrew Luck Notes ................................................................16-17Adam Vinatieri Notes..............................................................18-19Coaches Locations on Gameday ................................................20Unofficial Colts Depth Chart ........................................................21Colts Players By Position ............................................................22How the Colts were Built .............................................................23Colts Alphabetical Roster ............................................................24Colts Numerical Roster ...............................................................25Colts Transactions..................................................................26-27Colts Participation .......................................................................282013 Colts Regular Season Stats ...............................................292013 Colts Regular Season Defensive Stats ..............................30

    OCTOBER 15Beginning the day after the conclusion of the sixth regular seasonweekend and continuing through the day after the conclusion of the11th regular season weekend, clubs are permitted to begin practic-ing players on Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform and Re-serve/Non-Football Injury or Illness for a period not to exceed 21days. Players may be activated during the 21-day practice periodor prior to 4:00 p.m., New York time, on the day after the conclusionof the 21-day period.OCTOBER 27NFL International Series, San Francisco 49ers vs. JacksonvilleJaguars, London, England.OCTOBER 29All trading ends for 2013 at 4:00 p.m., New York time.OCTOBER 30Players with at least four previous pension-credited seasons aresubject to the waiver system for the remainder of the regular seasonand postseason.

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

    Since moving to Indianapolis, the Colts have compiled a 246-223(.525) record in 469 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.




    GAMEDAY INITIATIVEOperation Blue OutAs part of a week-long Operation Blue Out promotion, the Coltsare encouraging their fans to wear blue to the game on Sunday tocelebrate the return of primetime football to Lucas Oil Stadium. Thiswill be the first primetime game in the stadium since 2011. The first50,000 fans inside the gates will receive a blue rally towel, com-pliments of Lucas Oil Products.PREGAME FESTIVITIESAmerican Family Insurance Touchdown TownFree and open to the public, American Family Insurance TouchdownTown opens 3 hours prior to kickoff and feature $3 drinks specials,food trucks, a giant TV screen, live music, the PLAY 60 Zone for kidsand much more. Touchdown Town is located on the north side ofLucas Oil Stadium, along South Street. 20th Specials in Touchdown Town: Free Zipline Rides Free blue foam fingers to the first 3,000 fans, compliments ofWTHR Channel 13 Operation Bleu Burger and Colts Blue Buffalo Wrap at the USFoods Truck. Blue Carpet Photo BoothGAMEDAY CHARITY COLLECTIONSCHUCKSTRONG CollectionPrior to the Colts vs. Broncos game on Sunday, October 20, theColts will team up with the Indiana University Health Simon CancerCenter to host a CHUCKSTRONG Collection. Volunteers will ac-cept monetary donations from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at any of theColts Community Collection Stations, presented by Toyota, locatedoutside each Lucas Oil Stadium gate. All funds raised will benefitthe IU Health Simon Cancer Center. For more information, pleasevisit ANTHEM SINGER AND HALFTIME ENTERTAINMENTMulti-Platinum Selling Country Music Star Sara Evans ( GAMEDAY NOTEColts Grille to Offer Pay What You Want Pricing to CelebratePrimetime FootballOn Monday, October 21, one day after the primetime football re-turns to Lucas Oil Stadium, the Indianapolis Colts Grille, located inthe heart of Downtown Indianapolis, will host a Pay What YouWant day for Colts fans with all proceeds benefiting the IndianaUniversity Health Simon Cancer Center. From 11 a.m. 10 p.m.that day all patrons will be able to enjoy the famous, fresh, local,award-winning made from scratch menu at Colts Grille and PayWhat You Want!.


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    COACH PAGANO - MONDAY POSTGAME TRANSCRIPTFrom an injury standpoint: Jerrell Freeman went out with a con-cussion right before the half. He saw the doctors and went throughprotocol right at the half. He didnt return. We will evaluate him whenwe get back tomorrow and see where hes at with that. That was itbasically from an injury standpoint.

    POINTS ALLOWED The Colts have only allowed 98 points, which ranks fifth in the NFLthis season and 14th in franchise history for the lowest total throughthe first six weeks of a season.TURNOVERS The Colts have only turned the ball over five times this season,which ranks tied for first in the NFL with the Tennessee Titans. Thefive Colts turnovers are tied for the fourth-fewest through six gamesin franchise history.PUNTING The Colts have only punted the ball 22 times this season, which isthe sixth-least total in the NFL this season.NEGATIVE PLAYS The Colts have only committed 26 plays that have resulted in neg-ative yardage, which ranks second in the AFC and tied for third in theNFL.LONG DRIVES The Colts have compiled 15 10-play drives, which ranks first in theNFL and 10 five-minute drives, which ranks tied for fifth in the NFL.FOURTH QUARTER POINTS ALLOWED In the fourth quarter of games this season, the Colts have only al-lowed 13 points, which ranks first in the NFL.PENALTIES The Colts have only committed 22 penalties this year, which rankstied with Minnesota for the second-least in the NFL. The Colts 175penalty yards are the lowest total in the league this season.


    Outside linebacker Robert Mathis is tied for the league lead with 9.5sacks this season. Since 1982, Mathis has posted the most sacksby a Colts player through the first six games of any season. He isalso tied for the 10th-most sacks through six games in NFLhistory.MOST SACKS BY A COLTS PLAYER THROUGH FIRST SIX

    GAMES OF A SEASON, SINCE 1982Player Sacks SeasonRobert Mathis 9.5 2013Ezra Johnson 7.0 1989Dwight Freeney 7.0 2009Robert Mathis 7.0 2005Vernon Maxwell 7.0 1983


    Since the Colts selected T.Y. Hilton in the third round of the 2012 NFLDraft, he ranks tied for sixth in the NFL in 100-yard receiving games,while ranking tied for second in 50-plus-yard touchdowns.MOST 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES, SINCE 2012

    Player Team GamesCalvin Johnson DET 13Brandon Marshall CHI 9Victor Cruz NYG 8Andre Johnson HOU 8Demaryius Thomas DEN 8T.Y. Hilton IND 7Five others, tied 7MOST 50-PLUS-YARD TOUCHDOWNS, SINCE 2012

    Player Team 50-yd TDAdrian Peterson MIN 6T.Y. Hilton IND 4Victor Cruz NYG 4A.J. Green CIN 4Trindon Holliday DEN 4


    Through six games, the Colts have only allowed 13 points in thefourth quarter, which ranks first in the NFL this season. It also ranksas the second-least amount of fourth-quarter points allowed throughthe first six games in franchise history. The Colts did not allow anyfourth-quarter points in four straight games from Weeks 2-5, whichwas the longest streak for the team since at least 1999.LEAST 4TH QUARTER POINTS ALLOWED THROUGH

    FIRST SIX GAMES, COLTS HISTORYSeason 4th Quarter Points1971 7

    2013 131958 141959 141995 14COLTS MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES ALLOWING ZERO

    4TH QUARTER POINTS, SINCE 1999Season Games

    2013 42009 32007 32004 32003-04 3


    Quarterback Andrew Luck has led the Colts on nine fourthquarter/overtime game-winning drives in his career, which ranks tiedfor first with Jake Plummer for the most through a quarterbacks firsttwo seasons since 1970.MOST FOURTH QUARTER/OVERTIME GAME-WINNING

    DRIVES IN FIRST TWO SEASONS OF CAREER, SINCE 1970Player Team GW DrivesAndrew Luck IND 9Jake Plummer ARZ 9Peyton Manning IND 8


    Wide receiver Reggie Wayne made his 1,000th career reception inthe fourth quarter of Monday nights game against the San DiegoChargers (10/14) and became the ninth player in NFL history to ac-complish the feat. With five receptions in the game, Wayne alsopassed Hines Ward (1,000) for eighth-most receptions all-time.The Colts also became the first team in NFL history to have twoplayers with 1,000 receptions each with the franchise. Marvin Har-rison, who played his entire 13-year career with Indianapolis, ranksthird in NFL history with 1,102 catches.


    For the first time in his 18-year NFL career, kicker Adam Vinatierimade two 50-plus-yard field goals in a single game at San Diego(10/14) last week, hitting from 50 and 51 yards out.This marked the third time in Colts history that a kicker has madetwo 50-yard field goals in a game. Dean Biasucci accomplished thefeat on 9/25/88 and Mike Vanderjagt did so on 11/24/02.Vinatieri also became the second player this season to kick a pair of50-yarders in a game, with Dallas Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey splittingthe uprights on two 50-yard field goals against Kansas City on 9/15/13.




    Inside linebacker Jerrell Freeman posted 2.0 sacks against the MiamiDolphins in Week 2, marking the first multi-sack game of his career,and making him only the fourth undrafted Colts player to record 2.0sacks in a single game. He now has 5.0 career sacks, which rankstied for sixth among Colts undrafted players. Freeman has alsorecorded three forced fumbles, which ranks tied for third among un-drafted Colts.UNDRAFTED COLTS WITH 2.0-OR-MORE SACKS IN A GAME

    Player Sacks DateJerrell Freeman 2.0 9/15/13 vs. MIAEric Foster 2.0 12/17/09 at JAXTony Siragusa 2.0 12/4/94 at SEAScott Virkus 2.0 9/22/85 vs. DET

    MOST CAREER SACKS BY UNDRAFTED COLTSRank Player Sacks Years with Colts1 Tony Siragusa 16.5 1990-1996 (7)2 Bernard Whittington 11.0 1994-2000 (7)3 Larry Chester 6.5 1998-2000 (3)4t Eric Foster 6.0 2008-2011 (4)4t Josh Thomas 6.0 2004-2009 (6)6t Jerrell Freeman 5.0 2012-2013 (2)6t Chukie Nwokorie 5.0 2001-2002 (2)MOST CAREER FORCED FUMBLES BY UNDRAFTED COLTSRank Player FF Years with Colts1 Tony Siragusa 5 1990-1996 (7)2 Gary Brackett 4 2003-2011 (9)3t Jerrell Freeman 3 2012-2013 (2)3t Jacob Lacey 3 2009-2011 (3)3t Bernard Whittington 3 1994-2000 (7)


    After being traded to the Indianapolis Colts, Trent Richardson (thirdoverall pick, 2012 NFL Draft) teams up with Andrew Luck (first overallpick, 2012 NFL Draft) to form the ninth duo of top three picks fromthe same class to play together since the 1970 merger, and the sec-ond pair of its kind in Colts history.The full list of top three picks to play together is listed below:2013INDIANAPOLIS - Andrew Luck (1st pick, 2012) and TrentRichardson (3rd pick, 2012).ST. LOUIS - Jake Long (1st pick, 2008) and Chris Long (2nd pick,2008).2000-05WASHINGTON - Lavar Arrington (2nd pick, 2000) and ChrisSamuels (3rd pick, 2000).2001-03TAMPA BAY - Keyshawn Johnson (1st pick, 1996) and Simeon Rice(3rd pick, 1996).2000-01SAN FRANCISCO - Rick Mirer (2nd pick, 1993) and Garrison Hearst(3rd pick, 1993). 1997-99OAKLAND - Russell Maryland (1st pick, 1991) and Eric Turner (2ndpick, 1991).1992-94INDIANAPOLIS - Steve Emtman (1st pick, 1992) and QuentinCoryatt (2nd pick, 1992).1991-92TAMPA BAY - Vinny Testaverde (1st pick, 1987) and Alonzo High-smith (3rd pick, 1987).1980OAKLAND - Jim Plunkett (1st pick, 1971) and Dan Pastorini (3rdpick, 1971).


    Under Head Coach Chuck Pagano (2012-13), the Colts haverecorded a 6-0 record in regular season games immediately follow-ing a loss. In 2012, Indianapolis was one of only four teams (ATL,GB, SF) to not lose consecutive games all season long.COLTS GAMES FOLLOWING A LOSS, SINCE 2012

    Game 1 Result Game 2 Result2012Week 1 at CHI L, 41-21 Week 2 vs. MIN W, 23-20Week 3 vs. JAX L, 22-17 Week 5 vs. GB W, 30-27Week 6 at NYJ L, 35-9 Week 7 vs. CLE W, 17-13Week 11 at NE L, 59-24 Week 12 vs. BUF W, 20-13Week 15 at HOU L, 29-17 Week 16 at KC W, 20-132013Week 2 vs. MIA L, 24-20 Week 3 at SF W, 27-7Week 6 at SD L, 19-9

    After the victory over San Francisco (9/22/13), Pagano explainedwhat he attributes the teams ability to bounce back after losses to:Character. Veteran leadership. This team bounces back as goodas any team Ive ever been around. Obviously we held that streakand kept that streak alive. Again, they just dont fluctuate. We justtalk about consistency. I keep going back to it, sticking to theprocess. Theyve bought into that since day one.


    The Colts have rushed for 784 yards (fourth in the NFL) and seventouchdowns (tied for third in the NFL) on 168 carries through the firstsix weeks of the season. The rushing yardage total is the most sincethe team ran for 851 yards in the first six games of 2007.The Colts rushed for over 100 net yards in each of the first five gamesof the season, which ties the teams longest streak since 1984. TheColts also ran for over 100 net yards in the first five games in 1984and 1988.


    Season Games2013 51988 51984 51989 3


    Season Rushing Yards1984 8901985 8752001 8642007 8511994 8241995 7892013 784

    Since 2012, the Colts have posted a 9-0 record when recording 30-plus rushing attempts in a game, which ranks tied for first with theDenver Broncos during that span.BEST WINNING PERCENTAGE WHEN RUSHING 30-PLUS

    ATTEMPTS IN A GAME, SINCE 2012, MIN. 5 GAMESTeam Wins Losses Win %COLTS 9 0 1.000Denver 9 0 1.000Cincinnati 8 0 1.000New England 12 1 .923Chicago 8 1 .889


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    Throughout their careers, the Colts have always been able to counton wide receiver Reggie Wayne and safety Antoine Bethea beingthere on game day. Wayne leads all active wide receivers and rankssecond among all active players in consecutive games played (188).Bethea ranks first among active NFL safeties with 86 consecutivegames started.Consecutive Games Played Consecutive Games StartedAll Active NFL Players Active NFL SafetiesPlayer Games Player GamesLondon Fletcher 245 Antoine Bethea 86Reggie Wayne 188 Dawan Landry 70Shane Lechler 180 Michael Griffin 65Jason Witten 161 Yeremiah Bell 63Mike Scifres 151 Glover Quin 58


    WHAT TO LOOK FOR THIS WEEKWITH A WIN, THE COLTS WOULD... Improve their record to 5-2 overall and 2-1 against the AFC West. Win their second straight home game. Improve their all-time record against the Broncos to 9-11 in theregular season and 6-5 at home. Win their sixth consecutive game against the Broncos, includingthe postseason, dating back to the 2005 season. Improve to 16-7 under Head Coach Chuck Pagano.ILB-JERRELLFREEMAN Needs 1.0 sack to tie Eric Foster and Josh Thomas (6.0) for fourth-most and 1.5 sacks to tie Larry Chester (6.5) for third-most careersacks by a Colts undrafted player. Needs one forced fumble to tie Gary Brackett (four) for second-most and two forced fumbles to tie Tony Siragusa (five) for the mostcareer forced fumbles by a Colts undrafted player.WR-T.Y. HILTON Needs one 100-yard receiving game to tie John Mackey (8) foreighth-most in Colts history.QB-ANDREW LUCK Needs one 40-plus attempt game to tie Jack Trudeau (9) for thesecond-most in Colts history. Needs one 300-yard passing game to tie Bert Jones (8) for thethird-most in Colts history.OLB-ROBERTMATHIS Needs 1.5 sacks to tie Jim Jeffcoat (102.5) for 26th place and 3.5sacks to tie Neil Smith and Kevin Carter for 24th place in NFL history. Needs one multi-sack game to tie Chad Bratzke and DwightFreeney (five) for the most in a single season in Colts history.K-ADAMVINATIERI Needs two made PATs to pass Lou Groza for the sixth-most inNFL history.WR-REGGIE WAYNE Needs one 10-catch game to tie Marvin Harrison (16) for the mostin Colts history. Needs one touchdown reception to tie Art Powell and LarryFitzgerald (81) for 21st-most in NFL history.

    With their 10th win of the season in 2012, the Colts became thesecond team in NFL history to win 10-or-more games after losing14-or-more the previous season. The Miami Dolphins also accom-plished the feat, finishing the 2008 season 11-5 after posting a 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 154-75 (.674) record since 1999, which ranks secondbehind the Patriots.

    OVERALL TEAM RECORDS, SINCE 1999Team W-L-T Pct. 10-win SeasonsPatriots 164-66 .713 11COLTS 154-74 .672 12Steelers 142-86-1 .622 8Packers 142-87 .620 9Ravens 137-93 .596 8

    The Colts have closed out games strong under Head Coach ChuckPagano, posting a 11-2 record in games decided by one posses-sion-or-less. The Colts won nine consecutive one-possessiongames dating back to the 2012 campaign to Week 1 of this seasonagainst Oakland.COLTS ONE-POSSESSION GAMES, SINCE 2012

    Game Margin Result2012Week 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, 20-132013Week 1 vs. OAK 4 W, 21-17Week 2 vs. MIA 4 L, 24-20Week 5 vs. SEA 6 W, 34-28DOUBLE-DIGIT VICTORIES


    In Week 1 vs. Oakland, the Colts did not commit any turnovers forthe third consecutive game dating back to last season. The gamemarked the first time since 2008 that the Colts have gone as manygames without turning the ball over (Nov. 2-16, 2008). The Colts have already seen success when they protect the foot-ball, as they have posted a 6-0 record under Head Coach ChuckPagano when they commit zero turnovers in a game.Since 2000, the Colts have posted a 41-2 record in the regular sea-son when they do not post any turnovers, which ranks first in theNFL during that time span.Below is a list of the top five teams with the best winning percentagewhen recording zero turnovers in a game since 2000:


    Team Record Winning Pct.COLTS 41-2 .953New Orleans 39-3 .929Baltimore 40-4 .909Denver 36-4 .900Pittsburgh 42-5 .894

    PROTECTING THE FOOTBALLThe Colts acquired running back Trent Richardson in a trade with theCleveland Browns on Thursday, Sept. 19. In Richardsons first rush-ing attempt as a member of the Colts, he ran for a touchdown on aone-yard run at San Francisco (9/22). With the touchdown,Richardson became the first player to score on his first rushingattempt in his Colts debut since Gordon Brown did so on Octo-ber 4, 1987. He also scored in his second game with the Colts on aone-yard run in the second quarter at Jacksonville (9/29).





    A. Luck .........................1,346 P. Manning....................2,179RUSHING YARDS

    T. Richardson ..................191 K. Moreno........................373A. Bradshaw....................186 R. Hillman........................157D. Brown .........................172 M. Ball .............................139

    RECEIVING YARDSR. Wayne.........................453 D. Thomas.......................528T. Hilton ...........................385 E. Decker ........................477C. Fleener .......................197 J. Thomas........................381

    POINTS SCOREDA. Vinatieri .........................50 M. Prater ...........................61R. Wayne...........................14 W. Welker ..........................48Five players........................12 K. Moreno/J. Thomas........42

    INTERCEPTIONSDarius Butler .......................2 D. Trevathan........................3Five players.........................1 C. Harris ..............................2

    Four players ........................1SACKS

    R. Mathis ..........................9.5 S. Phillips .........................5.5J. Freeman .......................3.0 R. Ayers............................4.5C. Redding .......................2.5 M. Jackson .......................3.5

    KICKOFF RETURN YARDS (AVG.)D. Reed.................276 (25.1) T. Holliday .............226 (37.7)

    PUNT RETURN YARDS (AVG.)T. Hilton.....................75 (6.8) T. Holliday .............201 (13.4)

    PUNTING YARDS (GROSS/NET AVG.)P. McAfee......949 (45.2/38.5) B. Colquitt .....787 (43.7/39.9)

    FIELD GOALSA. Vinatieri ......12/14 (85.7%) M. Prater ...........9/9 (100.0%)


    S-Antoine Bethea totaled seven solo tackles on two occa-sions: 9/30/07 and 9/26/10. S-Sergio Brown recorded six tackles (five solo) as a memberof the New England Patriots on 12/18/11. NT-Aubrayo Franklin tallied five tackles (four solo) and 1.0sack as a member of the Baltimore Ravens on 12/11/05. QB-Matt Hasselbeck completed 27-of-36 passes for 311yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions for a passer ratingof 119.1 as a member of the Tennessee Titans on 9/25/11. WR-Darrius Heyward-Bey had five receptions for 82 yardsand a touchdown on a 56-yard pass as a member of the Oak-land Raiders on 12/6/12. OLB-Robert Mathis registered two tackles and a sack on9/26/10. P-Pat McAfee punted six times for 287 yards, averaging 47.8yards per punt and pinning one inside the 20-yard line on9/26/10. He also had six kickoffs, all of which went for touch-backs. DE-Cory Redding totaled two solo tackles, including a sack,as a member of the Baltimore Ravens on 10/10/10. ILB-Kelvin Sheppard notched seven tackles, including threesolo stops as a member of the Buffalo Bills on 12/24/11. CB-Greg Toler recorded five solo tackles as a member of theArizona Cardinals on 12/12/10. K-Adam Vinatieri totaled 14 points on 4-of-4 field goals, in-cluding a long of 48 yards, and 2-of-2 extra points on 10/29/06.He also kicked off eight times, recording five touchbacks. WR-Reggie Wayne caught 10 passes for 138 yards and a ca-reer-high three touchdowns on 10/29/06.


    Date Colts Record Opp. Record Result11/10/74 1-7 3-4-1 6-17 L11/27/77 9-1 9-1 13-27 L10/22/78 2-5 5-2 7-6 W9/20/81 1-1 1-1 10-28 L9/11/83 1-0 1-0 10-17 L12/11/83 6-8 8-6 19-21 L10/13/85 2-3 3-2 10-15 L10/31/88 3-5 4-4 55-23 W10/15/89 3-2 4-1 3-14 L10/21/90 2-3 2-4 17-27 L10/3/93 2-1 2-1 13-35 L1/6/02 5-10 8-7 29-10 W11/24/02 6-4 7-3 23-20 W*12/21/03 11-3 9-5 17-31 L1/4/04 12-4 10-6 41-10 W1/2/05 12-3 9-6 14-33 L1/9/05 12-4 10-6 49-24 W10/29/06 6-0 5-1 34-31 W9/30/07 3-0 2-1 38-20 W12/13/09 12-0 8-4 28-16 W9/26/10 1-1 1-1 27-13 WHome Games in Bold; *OT; Playoff Games Underlined


    REG. SEASON SERIES SUPERLATIVESCOLTS STAT BRONCOS55, 10/31/88..........................Most points......................35, 10/3/933, 10/15/89..........................Fewest points....................6, 10/22/78464, 10/31/88 .....................Most net yards .................519, 9/26/10128, 10/15/89 ...................Fewest net yards..............171, 11/10/7448, 12/11/83 .................Most rushing attempts ...........54, 12/21/0312, 12/21/03 ...............Fewest rushing attempts..........12, 12/11/83244, 10/31/88..................Most rushing yards ..227, 2x, last: 10/29/0634, 1/2/05......................Fewest rushing yards ............45, 12/11/8346, 11/27/77 .................Most passing attempts .............57, 9/26/1015, 10/31/88 ...............Fewest passing attempts .........14, 11/27/7732, 10/29/06.....................Most completions .................37, 9/26/107, 9/20/81 .......................Fewest completions ...............8, 11/27/77345, 10/29/06 .................Most passing yards .............472, 9/26/1048, 9/20/81....................Fewest passing yards............38, 11/10/745.0, 3x, last: 1/6/02 ............Most def. sacks................5.0, 11/10/744, 2x, last: 1/6/02 .........Most def. interceptions .............4, 11/10/7416, 12/11/83........................Most penalties ....12, 2x, last: 10/31/882, 9/30/07 .........................Fewest penalties ........2, 2x, last: 1/2/05

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    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 5.63 142.0 4.70 220.4 6.93 1.26 7.55% 22.0 7.4 25.7 81.82 50.00 0.00 62.50 87.50 31:54 27.8Rank 12 13 4 6 23 15 3 17 8t 18 8 21t 2 28t 8 4 6 4DEN 476.0 6.67 115.3 3.84 360.7 8.91 0.82 2.06% 28.8 13.4 30.0 100.00 57.53 100.00 82.14 85.00 30:43 44.2Rank 1 2 15 19 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 1t 1 1 1 5 13 1


    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 330.4 5.45 129.0 4.78 201.4 6.58 4.58 9.80% 18.0 10.8 21.7 32.26 42.86 70.00 75.00 15.8 12.0 32.0Rank 10 18 30 28 5 14 3 4 7t 25 10 5 14t 29 20t 4 3 9DEN 407.5 6.10 69.8 3.15 337.7 8.07 3.59 6.77% 21.7 8.2 24.2 38.27 0.00 56.00 75.00 26.3 17.8 68.5Rank 29 30 1 2 32 30 10 22 23 16 20 19 1 16 20t 24 1 4


    PASSING G Att Cmp Yds Yd/A TD Int Sack Lost RateM. Hasselbeck 7 172 102 1,135 6.60 4 8 14 88 67.4RUSHING/RECEIVING G Rush Yds Avg TD Rec Yds Avg TDD. Brown 1 7 12 1.7 0 0 0 0.0 0M. Hasselbeck 7 12 47 3.9 1 0 0 0.0 0D. Heyward-Bey 6 0 0 0 0 10 146 14.6 1D. Reed 2 0 0 0 0 2 22 11.0 0T. Richardson 1 9 53 5.9 0 3 15 5.0 0R. Wayne 8 0 0 0 0 30 398 13.3 5DEFENSE G Tot Tack Asst Sack Yds Int Yds TD FF FR PD SP Tk SP AP. Angerer 1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0A. Bethea 4 27 26 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0S. Brown 1 6 5 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D. Butler 1 1 1 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0A. Franklin 5 12 10 2 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0L. Landry 1 1 1 0 0.0 0.0 0 13* 0 0 0 0 0 0R. Mathis 6 5 4 1 1.0 4.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2C. Redding 2 3 2 1 1.0 7.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0K. Sheppard 1 7 3 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0A. Studebaker 9 5 4 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 1G. Toler 1 5 5 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0E. Walden 2 2 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1*LaRon Landry received a lateral from a DeAngelo Hall interception and returned it 13 yards (11/15/09)PUNTING G Num Blk Yds Avg TB In20 Ret RetYds NetYds NetAvgP. McAfee 2 11 0 498 45.3 1 2 8 60 418 38.0KICKING G FGM FGA Pct XPM XPA 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Lg KO TBA. Vinatieri 12 18 22 81.8 29 29 0-0 6-6 6-8 6-7 0-1 49 52 15P. McAfee 2 0 0 - 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 - 11 9



    Regular Season: Colts trail, 8-11 Postseason: Colts lead, 2-0Home: Colts lead, 7-5 Away: Colts trail, 3-6

    CURRENT STREAK: Colts have won last 5Colts Longest Streaks: Won 5, Lost 4

    POINTS SCORED-ALLOWED: Colts, 463 - Broncos, 438Home: Colts, 307 - Broncos, 216Away: Colts, 156 - Broncos, 222

    SEASON SWEEPS:Broncos (1):1983COLTS RECORDS VS. BRONCOS BY STADIUM:Memorial: 1-2Hoosier/RCA: 5-3Lucas Oil: 1-0Mile High: 0-5INVESCO Field: 3-1

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    Coaching Years in NFL: 12th YearColts Head Coach: 2nd YearOverall Regular Season: 15-7 (.682)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: 25th YearBroncos Head Coach: 3rd YearOverall Regular Season: 100-82 (.549)Overall Postseason: 6-5 (.545)Pro Career: John Fox was named the 14th headcoach in Denver Broncos history on January 13,2011.

    He joined the Broncos after spending the previous nine seasons(2002-2010) as the head coach of the Carolina Panthers. In 24 NFLseasons, he has appeared in two Super Bowls and three confer-ence championship games as a head coach or coordinator. He compiled a 73-71 (.507) regular-season record with the Pan-thers that included three 11-win campaigns, two NFC South Divisiontitles and three playoff appearances. Carolina went 5-3 in the post-season under Fox, appearing in two NFC Championship Gamesand one Super Bowl (XXXVIII in 2003). Has registered four post-season road victories. Prior to coaching the Panthers, Fox was the defensive coordinatorfor the N.Y. Giants (1997-2001). In 2000, Fox helped the Giantsreach Super Bowl XXXV, including posting the first shutout in a con-ference title game since 1986. Before joining the Giants, was a consultant for the Rams (1996),defensive coordinator for the Raiders (1994-95), defensive backscoach for the Chargers (1992-93) and Steelers (1989-1991), andsecondary coach for the USFLs Los Angeles Express (1985).Career record (Regular Season and Postseason): 106-87.Background: Defensive back at San Diego State (1976-77).Coached at San Diego State (1978), U.S. International (1979),Boise State (1980), Long Beach State (1981), Utah (1982), Kansas(1983), Iowa State (1984), and Pittsburgh (1986-88). Receivedbachelors degree in physical education and earned a teaching cre-dential from San Diego State. Personal: Born February 8, 1955, in Virginia Beach, Va. He andhis wife, Robin, have four childrenMathew, Mark, Cody, and Halle.DENVER BRONCOS ASSISTANT COACHESJack Del Rio Defensive CoordinatorAdam Gase Offensive CoordinatorJeff Rodgers Special Teams CoordinatorClancy Barone Tight EndsChris Beake Quality Control - DefenseBrian Callahan Offensive AssistantJim Bob Cooter Offensive AssistantMike Eubanks Assistant Strength and ConditioningSam Garnes Assistant SecondaryJason George Assistant Strength and ConditioningGreg Knapp QuarterbacksAnthony Lomando Assistant Strength and ConditioningDave Magazu Offensive LineLuke Richesson Strength and ConditioningJay Rodgers Defensive LineRichard Smith LinebackersEric Studesville Running BacksDerius Swinton Assistant Special TeamsTyke Tolbert Wide ReceiversCory Undlin Secondary


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    INDIANA/COLORADO CONNECTIONS Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano was born and raised in Boul-der, Colo. Broncos Offensive Line Coach David Magazu coached at BallState from 1985-86 and then at Indiana State from 1990-91. Broncos Defensive Line Coach Jay Rodgers played quarterback atIndiana University, starting 15 games for the Hoosiers from 1996-98. Colts Wide Receivers Coach Charlie Williams played defensiveback at Colorado State for the 1978 and 1979 seasons. Broncos DE-Shaun Phillips played his college football at Purduefrom 1999-2003. He finished his collegiate career as the school'sall-time leader with 33.5 career sacks while ranking third in teamannals with 60.5 tackles for a loss.FORMER COLTS/BRONCOS Broncos QB-Peyton Manning was selected by the IndianapolisColts with the first overall pick of the 1998 NFL Draft. From 1998 to2010, he led the Colts to eight division championships, two AFCchampionships and one Super Bowl championship (Super BowlXLI). As a Colt, Manning posted 11 4,000-yard passing seasons,earning 12 Pro Bowl selections and an NFL-record four league MostValuable Player awards. The MVP of Super Bowl XLI, Manning leftthe Colts as the franchises all-time leader in a number of statisticalcategories, including passing attempts (7,210), completions (4,682),passing yards (54,828) and touchdown passes (399). Broncos T-Winston Justice played for the Colts in 2012, startingall 12 games he appeared in. Broncos TE-Jacob Tamme played for the Colts from 2008-2011,appearing in 60 games (14 starts) while catching 92 passes for 855yards and five touchdowns. Colts CB-Cassius Vaughn played for the Broncos from 2010-2011, appearing in 22 games (three starts) while recording 22 tack-les and one interception. Broncos Offensive Assistant Jim Bob Cooter was an assistanton the Colts coaching staff from 2009-2011. Colts Director of Football Administration Mike Bluem spent 17seasons (1994-2010) with the Broncos, holding the same title from2005-2010.COLLEGE CONNECTIONS Colts Offensive Line Coach Joe Gilbert was on the coaching staffat Central Florida when Broncos K-Matt Prater was playing therefrom 2004-05. Colts T-Jeff Linkenbach and DT-Ricardo Mathews played the2008 and 2009 seasons at Cincinnati with Broncos DE-Derek Wolfe. Colts S-LaRon Landry (2006), ILB-Kelvin Sheppard (2006-09)and DT-Ricky Jean Francois (2006-08) all played with BroncosWR-Trindon Holliday at LSU. Colts Wide Receivers Coach Charlie Williams was on the NorthCarolina coaching staff during the 2011 season when Broncos DT-Sylvester Williams was playing for the Tar Heels. Colts S-Sergio Brown played at Notre Dame with Broncos SS-David Bruton from 2006-08. Colts Defensive Line Coach Gary Emanuel was on the coachingstaff at Purdue throughout Broncos DE-Shaun Phillips Boiler-maker career from 1999-2003. Emanuel coached at San Jose State in 2007 when Broncos SS-Duke Ihenacho was a freshman. Colts DT-Montori Hughes and Broncos DE-Malik Jackson wereteammates at Tennessee for the 2010 season. Colts C/G-Khaled Holmes (2008-09), FB-Stanley Havili (2008-09) and DE-Fili Moala (2008) played with Jackson at USC. Colts DE-Cory Redding and Broncos CB-Quentin Jammerplayed together at Texas from 1999-2001. Moala and Broncos T-Winston Justice spent their first two years(2004-05) at USC together. Colts WR-David Reed played the 2008 and 2009 seasons at Utahwith Broncos G-Zane Beadles. Colts DT-Aubrayo Franklin played at Tennessee with BroncosOffensive Assistant and former Vols QB-Jim Bob Cooter in 2002. Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano was a graduate assistant atUSC in 1984 when Broncos Defensive Coordinator Jack Del Riowas a senior linebacker for the Trojans.

    NFL CONNECTIONS Colts CB-Greg Toler played with Broncos LB-Paris Lenon (2010-12) and CB-Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (2009-10) in Arizona. Colts DE-Cory Redding, T-Gosder Cherilus, Lenon and Bron-cos G-Manny Ramirez were all teammates on the 2008 Lions whileBroncos Offensive Coordinator Adam Gase was on Detroits staff Redding spent his first two NFL seasons (2003-04) playing in De-troit while Broncos Linebackers Coach Richard Smith was on theLions coaching staff. Colts Special Teams Coordinator Tom McMahon was on theRams coaching staff in 2009 when Lenon played for St. Louis. Colts CB-Darius Butler, S-Sergio Brown, Broncos WR-WesWelker and CB-Tony Carter all played the 2010 season togetherin New England. Colts FB-Stanley Havili and Broncos C-Steve Vallos spent partof the 2012 season together with the Eagles. Colts DT-Aubrayo Franklin played with Broncos CB-QuentinJammer, DE-Shaun Phillips and G-Louis Vasquez for the Charg-ers in 2012. Colts Defensive Coordinator Greg Manusky and Assistant Offen-sive Line Coach Hal Hunter were both on the Chargers staff in 2011when Jammer, Phillips and Vasquez were playing there. Hunter coached in San Diego with Broncos Tight Ends CoachClancy Barone from 2007-08. Manusky (2002-08) and Hunter (2006-08) also worked with BroncosDefensive Line Coach Wayne Nunnely during their time in San Diego. Redding and Colts QB-Matt Hasselbeck played together with Val-los in Seattle in 2008 when Broncos Defensive Quality ControlCoach Chris Beake was on the Seahawks staff. Manusky and Beake were on the 49ers staff together in 2010when Frankin and Colts DT-Ricky Jean Francois were in SanFrancisco. Colts RB-Trent Richardson played the 2012 season for theBrowns while Beake was on Clevelands coaching staff. Hasselbeck played the 2009 season in Seattle with BroncosQuarterbacks Coach Greg Knapp as his offensive coordinator. Colts WR-Darrius Heyward-Bey played in Knapps offense dur-ing the 2012 season in Oakland. McMahon was on the coaching staff in Atlanta while Broncos K-Matt Prater was with the Falcons for a couple games in 2007. McMahon coached in Kansas City last year (2012) with BroncosOffensive Assistant Jim Bob Cooter and Assistant Special TeamsCoach Derius Swinton while Colts OLB-Andy Studebaker wasplaying for the Chiefs. Colts CB-Josh Gordy played for the Rams in 2011 while Swintonwas on the staff in St. Louis. Colts Linebackers Coach Jeff FitzGerald was with the Bengalsfor four seasons when Broncos WR-Andre Caldwell (2008-2011)and Vallos (2010-11) played in Cincinnati. FitzGerald coached in Arizona for the 2003 season along withBroncos Wide Receiver Coach Tyke Tolbert. Colts Tight Ends Coach Alfredo Roberts was on the Browns staffwith Broncos Secondary Coach Cory Undlin in 2007 and 2008when Broncos S-Mike Adams was in Cleveland. Colts Offensive Coordinator Pep Hamilton and Offensive Assis-tant Tim Berbenich were on the offensive staff for the Jets whenBroncos TE-Joel Dreessen played the 2005 season there. Colts Strength and Conditioning Coach Roger Marandino workedwith Rodgers-Cromartie during the 2011 season in Philadelphia. Hamilton and Colts Defensive Line Coach Gary Emanuel werein San Francisco together in 2006 when Adams was playing for the49ers. Manusky (2001) and FitzGerald both spent time coaching for theRedskins during Broncos CB-Champ Baileys tenure in D.C. Manusky (2007), Hamilton (2006), and Emanuel (2005-06)coached and Franklin (2007) played for the 49ers during BroncosSpecial Teams Coordinator Jeff Rodgers tenure in San Francisco. Colts Secondary Coach Mike Gillhamer worked with the followingBroncos coaches during his time with the Carolina Panthers:--Head Coach John Fox (2004-2010)--Offensive Line Coach David Magazu (2004-10)--Special Teams Coordinator Jeff Rodgers (2009-10)--Linebackers Coach Richard Smith (2009-10)--Wide Receivers Coach Tyke Tolbert (2010) Gillhamer also coached with Fox for the Giants from 1997-2000.


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    Pos Player Ht Wt ExpWR Reggie Wayne 6-0 200 13

    LT Anthony Castonzo 6-7 311 3

    LG Hugh Thornton 6-3 334 R

    C Samson Satele 6-3 300 7

    RG Mike McGlynn 6-4 325 6

    RT Gosder Cherilus 6-7 316 6

    TE Coby Fleener 6-6 251 2

    WR Darrius Heyward-Bey 6-2 220 5

    QB Andrew Luck 6-4 240 2

    FB Stanley Havili 6-0 243 2

    RB Trent Richardson 5-9 225 2

    2013 Season HighlightsWith five catches at San Diego (10/14),passed Hines Ward for eighth place all-timeand became the ninth player in NFL historywith 1,000 career receptions...notched his42nd career 100-yard performance aftercatching five passes for 100 yards and atouchdown at Jacksonville (9/29).

    Helped block for the Colts to rush for 100yards in each of the first five weeks of theseason, which tied for the teams longeststreak to open a season since 1984.

    Has appeared in all six games (four starts)this season...made his first career start inWeek 3 at San Francisco (9/22).

    Returned to the starting lineup vs. Seattle(10/6) after missing the previous twogames...blocked for the Colts to rush for 109yards and a touchdown in the game.Filled in for an injured Samson Satele inWeeks 3 and 4 and made his first two startsat center since joining the Colts.Helped block for the Colts to rush for 100yards in each of the first five weeks of theseason, which tied for the teams longeststreak to open a season since 1984.

    Caught five passes for 77 yards and atouchdown at Jacksonville (9/29)...the re-ceiving yards are his most since the 2012season opener at Chicago (82).Posted season highs with five receptions for59 yards at San Francisco (9/22).

    Became the fastest quarterback drafted No.1 overall since the 1970 merger to reach 15wins (21 starts).Threw for his seventh career 300-yard pass-ing game vs. Miami (9/15).

    Helped block for the Colts to rush for 784yards through the first six weeks of the sea-son, which is the seventh-highest total forthe Colts since 1984.

    Has rushed 92 times for 296 yards and twotouchdowns, while catching nine passes for70 yards this season...recorded a rushingtouchdown in each of his first two gameswith the Colts.

    Career HighlightsSix-time Pro Bowl selection (2006-2010,2012)...ranks second in Colts history in re-ceptions, receiving yards, receiving touch-downs and 100-yard games...since 2004,ranks first among all NFLreceivers in recep-tions and receiving yards...all-time, rankseighth in receptions, 11th in receiving yardsand 23rd in receiving touchdowns.Has started all 34 games hes played insince being selected by the Colts in the firstround (22nd overall) of the 2011 NFLDraft...part of an offensive line that helpedthe Colts average 104.4 rushing yards pergame in 2012, the most for the team in fiveseasons.Selected by the Colts in the third round (86thoverall) of the 2013 NFLDraft...Played in 42career games (35 starts) at Illinois...All-BigTen second-team choice in 2012.Signed by the Colts as a UFA on 3/21/12...in2012, started all 11 games he appeared inand helped Andrew Luck throw for the mostpassing yards by a rookie in NFLhistory.Signed by the Colts as a UFA on 3/19/12...in2012, started all 16 games for the first timein his career.Signed by the Colts as a UFA on3/13/13...was the Lions starting right tacklefor the past five seasons after being se-lected by the team in the first round (17thoverall) of the 2008 NFLDraft.In 2012, ranked second among NFL rookietight ends with 26 receptions for 281 yards.

    Signed by the Colts as a free agent on4/1/13...has posted four career 100-yard re-ceiving games...tallied a career-high fivetouchdown receptions in 2012.Has posted nine career game-winningdrives in the fourth quarter or overtime,which is the most by a QB through first 21games of his career since 1970...recordedthe most passing yards, attempts and 300-yard passing games by a rookie in NFLhis-tory...led the Colts to the most wins by a No.1 overall draft pick in his rookie season.Acquired by the Colts in a trade with the Ea-gles on 3/28/ 2012, played in 15games (two starts) and helped pave the wayfor five 100-yard rushing performances byrunning backs LeSean McCoy and BryceBrown.Acquired by the Colts in a trade with theCleveland Browns on 9/18/ a rookiein 2012, started all 15 games he played inand led the Browns with 950 rushing yardsand 11 touchdowns on 267 carries...alsocaught 51 passes for 367 yards and atouchdown.


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    Pos Player Ht Wt ExpDE Cory Redding 6-4 318 11

    NT Aubrayo Franklin 6-1 320 11

    DT Ricky Jean Francois 6-3 297 5

    SLB Erik Walden 6-2 250 6

    MIKE Pat Angerer 6-0 238 4

    WILL Jerrell Freeman 6-0 240 2

    RUSH Robert Mathis 6-2 246 11

    LCB Greg Toler 6-0 190 5

    SS Antoine Bethea 5-11 206 8

    FS LaRon Landry 6-0 226 7

    RCB Vontae Davis 5-11 204 5

    2013 SeasonNotched three solo tackles and a sack atSan Diego (10/14)...totaled four tackles(three solo) and a sack at Jacksonville(9/29)...contributed with four tackles (threesolo), half of a sack and one pass deflectionthat led to a Cassius Vaughn interception inthe fourth quarter at San Francisco (9/22).

    Totaled a season-high three tackles (twosolo) at Jacksonville (9/29) and at San Fran-cisco (9/22)...notched his first pass de-fensed of the season vs. Miami(9/15)...recorded two solo tackles vs. Oak-land (9/8).

    Posted three solo tackles, including one fora loss at San Diego (10/14)...tallied four solotackles vs. Oakland (9/8).

    Tied a season-high with four tackles (twosolo) and one fumble recovery vs. Seattle(10/6)...registered four tackles (one solo) vs.Oakland (9/8).Tallied eight tackles (three solo) at Jack-sonville (9/29)...tied for the team lead with11 tackles (nine solo) to go along with a halfof a sack vs. Miami (9/15).Recorded a season-high 14 tackles (11solo), including one tackle for loss vs. Seat-tle (10/6)...recorded his first career multi-sack game when he totaled 2.0 vs. Miami(9/15).With 9.5 sacks, is tied for the league lead insacks...posted a sack in the first five gamesthis season, including a career-high-tying3.0 sacks at Jacksonville (9/29)...has postedthe most sacks through the first six gamesof a season in Colts history.

    Notched a season-high seven tackles (twosolo) to go along with two passes defensedvs. Seattle (10/6)...registered five tackles(four solo) and a team-leading two passesdefensed vs. Miami (9/15).Totaled 10 tackles (seven solo), includingone tackle for loss vs. Seattle (10/6)...Madeeight tackles (five solo) and one pass de-fensed vs. Miami (9/15)...caught the game-saving interception with 31 secondsremaining in the game vs. Oakland (9/8).Tied for the team lead with 11 tackles (sevensolo) vs. Miami (9/15)...led the team with 15tackles (11 solo) vs. Oakland (9/8). Also con-tributed with one pass defensed.

    Totaled a season-high seven tackles (fivesolo) at San Diego (10/14)...made three solotackles and one pass defensed vs. Seattle(10/6)...registered three solo tackles, twopasses defensed and his first interception ofthe season at Jacksonville (9/29).

    Career HighlightsNamed the Colts Man of the Year in 2012 forhis leadership on and off the field...signedby the Colts as a UFA on 3/14/ 151games (121 starts), has notched 471 tackles(317 solo), 30.0 sacks, 17 passes defensed,10 fumble recoveries, four forced fumblesand one interception.

    Signed by the Colts as a UFA on 3/20/13...in11 NFLseasons, has recorded 445 tackles(240 solo), 4.0 sacks, three forced fumbles,one fumble recovery and one interception.

    Signed by the Colts as a UFA on 3/14/13...in55 career games (nine starts), has posted115 tackles (62 solo), 3.0 sacks and a forcedfumble.Signed by the Colts as a UFA on3/13/13...became full-time starter for firsttime in 2011 and set or tied his career highsin every major statistical category.Led the Colts and ranked fourth in the NFLin tackles with 146 in 2011...Named to the2011 USAToday All-Joe Team.

    Set a franchise record with 203 tackles in2012...Became the first undrafted NFLplayer to return an interception for a touch-down in his NFLdebut since 1987.

    Named to five consecutive Pro Bowls (2008-2012)...Ranks second in franchise historywith 101.0 sacks...became the 30th playerin NFL history with 100.0 career sacks whenhe recorded 2.0 vs. Seattle (10/6/13)...since2003, leads the league in forced fumbleswith 42.Signed by the Colts as a UFA on 3/13/13...In44 career games (21 starts), has totaled 124tackles (110 solo), 26 passes defensed andsix interceptions.

    Has started 86 consecutive games which isthe longest active streak by an NFLsafety...two-time Pro Bowl selection (2007,2009)...Has topped 100 tackles in each oflast five seasons.

    Signed by the Colts as a UFA on 3/13/13...2012 Pro Bowl selection...Recorded careerhighs in tackles (113) and forced fumbles(four), while tying his personal best for inter-ceptions (two) in 2012 with the New YorkJets.In 2012, totaled 53 tackles (40 solo), sevenpasses defensed and three interceptions...named AFCDefensive Player of the Weekafter intercepting two passes vs. Houston(12/30/12) 2009, became the first rookieto lead the Dolphins in interceptions since1989.


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    Years in NFL: 15th YearColts General Manager: 2nd YearIn his first season as the general manager of theIndianapolis Colts, Ryan Grigson served as the ar-chitect of a team that generated one of the biggestturnarounds in franchise and NFL history. Havingturned over nearly 70 percent of the roster from the2011 campaign, Grigson constructed an 11-5 teamthat reached the AFC Playoffs. The nine-win turnaround from theprevious season is tied for the third-largest in league history. Withthe success came many accolades for Grigson, including Executiveof the Year honors from PFW/PFWA and The Sporting News. Hewas also honored with the Drew Brees Mental Toughness Awardby the National Football Foundation in June of 2013.

    Inheriting a team that had gone 2-14 in 2011, Grigsons first acqui-sition was the hiring of Head Coach Chuck Pagano. After workingin conjunction with Pagano to assemble a 19-member coachingstaff, Grigson completed more than 250 transactions in his first sea-son to fortify the roster. With limited resources available in the 2012offseason, he used his industrious nature to bolster a young teamby retaining key veteran leadership such as Reggie Wayne, RobertMathis and Cory Redding. Grigson also demonstrated his innova-tion by acquiring talent from other leagues, such as the AFL, IFL,UFL and CFL. A total of eight players (six through free agency andtwo through trades) became starters for the Colts last year.Grigsons first draft class was headlined by Andrew Luck, who setNFL rookie marks in passing yards (4,374), attempts (627), 300-yard games (six) and single-game yards (433). Luck directed 11wins as a starter, two shy of the NFL rookie record, and his sevencomeback wins tied the most by any quarterback since 1970. In ad-dition to reaching the playoffs, Luck, along with Mathis and Wayne,earned Pro Bowl nods.Coby Fleener, Dwayne Allen, T.Y. Hilton, Vick Ballard (the clubsleading rusher) and LaVon Brazill combined to help the draft classproduce 3,108 scrimmage yards, the highest total by any NFLrookie class since 1970. Prior to 2012, the last team to have rookieslead a squad in rushing and passing was the 1943 New York Giants.Indianapolis rookies combined to start in 56 games, which rankedsecond to the Cleveland Browns (87).The teams astonishing success in 2012 came despite numerousobstacles. Indianapolis transitioned to new offensive and defensiveschemes and placed 13 players on Injured Reserve. However, themost challenging hurdle for the Colts was the loss of Pagano for 12weeks during the regular season as he battled leukemia.The Colts responded by rallying around their ailing head coach towin nine of their last 11 games to finish second in the AFC Southand earn the AFCs fifth playoff seed. By seasons end, only 16 play-ers remained from 2011. The Colts were also playing with nine rook-ies and 33 players with three-or-fewer years of NFL experience.Indianapolis became the second team in NFL history to win 10-or-more games after losing 14-or-more the previous season and to-taled a 9-1 record in games decided by one possession or lessduring 2012s historic campaign. The Colts were just the third NFLteam to make the playoffs one year after going 2-14 or worse andbecame the fourth team to win at least 10 games after a season oftwo-or-fewer victories. Of 37 NFL teams in history to have lost 14-or-more games in a season, the Colts were just the sixth to bounceback with a winning record.Following the 2012 season, Grigson had an aggressive and suc-cinct approach to signing veteran talent through free agency. Hiswork yielded successful and productive players such as: RB-AhmadBradshaw, T-Gosder Cherilus, DT-Aubrayo Franklin, QB-Matt Has-selbeck, WR-Darrius Heyward-Bey, DT-Ricky Jean Francois, S-LaRon Landry, LB-Lawrence Sidbury, G-Donald Thomas, CB-GregToler and LB-Erik Walden. Prior to the start of the 2013 season, thefree agent class represented a combined 863 regular seasongames played (534 starts), four Pro Bowl selections, seven confer-ence championship game appearances and four Super Bowl ap-pearances.

    GENERAL MANAGER RYAN GRIGSON Grigson also executed two trades during the 2013 offseason. Thefirst came with the Philadelphia Eagles as the Colts acquired full-back Stanley Havili in exchange for defensive end Clifton Geathers.Indianapolis then made a trade with Buffalo, which sent linebackerJerry Hughes to the Bills in exchange for linebacker Kelvin Shep-pard. Sheppard, a third-round selection in the 2011 NFL Draft,started his first two seasons for Buffalo.In the 2013 NFL Draft, Grigson used seven selections to addressneeds on the offensive and defensive lines as well as providingdepth at skill positions. With the teams first-round pick, the Coltsadded Florida State outside linebacker Bjoern Werner, a unanimousAll-America selection and ACC Defensive Player of the Year afterleading the conference with 13.0 sacks in 2012. The selections ofguard Hugh Thornton (third-round) and center/guard KhaledHolmes (fourth-round) will make an immediate impact on the offen-sive line. The Colts traded up to acquire defensive tackle MontoriHughes (fifth-round). Hughes, along with safety John Boyett (sixth-round), running back Kerwynn Williams (seventh-round) and tightend Justice Cunningham (seventh-round), will provide significantdepth at their position groups.

    MAKING TRADESRyan Grigson has completed 16 trades since being hired as Gen-eral Manager in January of 2012. Current Colts players on the 53-man activer roster acquired through trade have gone on to appearin 83 combined games for the team, making 37 starts. A few notableplayers acquired through trade include:Cornerback Vontae Davis - In 2012, totaled 53 tackles (40 solo),seven passes defensed and three interceptions. Named AFCDe-fensive Player of the Week after intercepting two passes vs. Hous-ton (12/30/12).Fullback Stanley Havili - Appeared in five games (four starts) in2013 and helped block for the Colts to record four straight 100-plusrushing yard games to open the season for the first time since 1988.Wide Receiver T.Y. Hilton - Colts traded up in the 2012 NFLDraftto acquire Hilton. Posted five 100-yard receiving performances in2012, a Colts rookie record.Running Back Trent Richardson - Third overall pick in the 2012NFLDraft. Scored a rushing touchdown in each of his first twogames as a member of the Colts.Inside Linebacker Kelvin Sheppard - Has appeared in six games(two starts) in 2013 and has totaled 19 tackles (11 solo), 1.0 sackand one pass defensed.

    NEVER-ENDING SEARCHRyan Grigson not only finds players through college and NFL scout-ing, but also searches for talent in several other leagues across theworld. Since 2012, Grigson has signed 12 players from the Cana-dian Football League, Areana Football League, Indoor FootballLeague and United Football League. Grigson has also reached out-side of football into Super 15 Rugby, the highest level of pro rugbyin the world.Inside linebacker Jerrell Freeman (CFL) and long snapper MattOverton (IFL, UFL) continue to make significant contributions on theactive roster, while Daniel Adongo (Super 15 Rugby) resides on thepractice squad.In 2012, Freeman set a franchise record and ranked fifth in the NFLwith 203 tackles for the season. He also became the first undraftedColts player to return an interception for a touchdown in his debut.In 2013, Freeman already has 3.0 sacks for the season and becameonly the fourth undrafted Colts player to record 2.0-or-more sacksin a game when he did so against Miami (9/15).Overton has appeared in all 21 games since 2012, handling snap-ping duties for punter Pat McAfee and kicker Adam Vinatieri. In2012, he snapped for McAfee to set franchise records in puntingaverage (48.2), net punting average (40.3), punts inside the 20 (26)and 50.0-yard gross average games (five).

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    In Week 16 in 2012, Reggie Wayne and Andre Johnson became thefifth and sixth players in NFL history with four 100-catch seasons intheir careers. Along with Johnson, Wayne joined former teammateMarvin Harrison as well as Brandon Marshall, Jerry Rice and WesWelker as the only players with four-or-more 100-reception seasons.Reggie Waynes Top Reception Seasons

    Year Receptions Yards TD2010 111 1,355 62012 106 1,355 52007 104 1,510 102009 100 1,264 10

    In 2012, Reggie Wayne put up some of the best numbers of his ca-reer in his 12th season with the Colts. His 106 receptions are thesecond most hes ever recorded and his 1,355 receiving yards aretied for the second most in a season for Wayne.

    Year Receptions Receiving Yards2010 111 1,3552012 106 1,3552007 104 1,5102009 100 1,2642006 86 1,3102005 83 1,0552008 82 1,1452004 77 1,2102011 75 9602003 68 8382002 49 7162001 27 345


    In Week 5 against Green Bay last year, Reggie Wayne recorded212 receiving yards and passed Edgerrin James for second in fran-chise history in yards from scrimmage. Wayne now has 13,516yards from scrimmage and only trails team leader, Marvin Harrison,who accumulated 14,608 yards in his 13 seasons with the team.Wayne is 1,064 yards from matching Harrison atop the list.

    Indianapolis All-Time Scrimmage Yards Leaders

    Rec. Yards Rush. Yards Scrim. Yards14,580 28 14,608

    Rec. Yards Rush. Yards Scrim. Yards13,516 0 13,516

    Rec. Yards Rush. Yards Scrim. Yards2,839 9,226 12,065

    WIDE RECEIVER REGGIE WAYNE6-0 - 200 Pounds - Miami

    13th NFL Season Named to six Pro Bowls (2006-10, 2012). Associated Press NFL All-Pro First-Team in 2010. Has totaled eight 1,000-yard seasons (2004-10, 2012). Ranks second in team history in receptions (1,001), receiving yards (13,516) and receiving touchdowns (80). Ranks second in franchise history in all-time yards from scrimmage (13,516).




    With 64 receiving yards in Week 14 vs. Tennessee last season,Wayne notched his sixth season with at least 1,200 receiving yardsand tied Marvin Harrison and Torry Holt for the third-most such sea-sons all-time. Pro Football Hall of Famer Jerry Rice holds therecord, recording 1,200-plus receiving yards 11 times in his career. Player 1,200-yd Seasons YearsJerry Ross 11 1986, 1988-96, 2002Randy Moss 8 1998-2003, 2007, 2009Marvin Harrison 6 1999-2003, 2006Torry Holt 6 2000-05Reggie Wayne 6 2004, 2006-07, 2009-10


    In Week 16 at Kansas City last year, Reggie Wayne became thethird active player and 14th in NFL history to reach the 13,000-yardmilestone. Atlanta TE-Tony Gonzalez is the only other active playerwith over 13,000 receiving yards for his career.Player Years Career Receiving YardsTony Gonzalez 1997-2013 (17) 14,607Reggie Wayne 2001-2013 (13) 13,516

    In Week 11 at New England last season, Reggie Wayne caughtseven passes for 72 yards, putting him over the 1,000-yard total forthe season. It marked the eighth time hes reached the milestonein his career, tying him with former Colts receiver Marvin Harrisonfor the most in franchise history. Below is a look at the most 1,000-yard receiving seasons in team history:Player 1,000-yd Seasons YearsReggie Wayne 8 2004-10, 2012Marvin Harrison 8 1999-06Six tied at 1, last:Dallas Clark 1 2009

    Reggie Wayne has caught three-or-more passes in an NFL-record 70 consecutive games. He broke the previous record whenhe caught eight passes for 102 yards in Week 12 vs. Buffalo lastseason, which extended his streak to 59 straight games. Cris Carterheld the previous record of 58 consecutive games as a member ofthe Minnesota Vikings from December 12, 1993 to October 5, 1997.Waynes streak dates back to the first game of the 2009 seasonwhen he caught 10 passes for 162 yards vs. Jacksonville.


    TOPPING 1,200

    13,000-YARD PLATEAU

    100 CLUB

    70 AND COUNTING...

    HITTING 1,000




    Vs. JaguarsPlayer CatchesWayne 138Clark 54Harrison 54

    Reggie Wayne has accumulated 138 career catches against theJaguars, which is the most receptions by one Colts receiver againstany NFL team in club history. His 138 receptions for 1,956 yards arealso the most for any active player in the NFL against one team.When looking at the rest of the AFC South Division, Wayne alsoleads the franchise with 124 catches against Houston and 103 re-ceptions against Tennessee. He is one-of-nine NFL receivers to total100-plus career catches against three-or-more teams. Those whohave reached the plateau include: Tim Brown (four), Chris Carter(four), Andre Johnson (three), Art Monk (three), Andre Reed (four),Jerry Rice (three), Rod Smith (three) and Hines Ward (three).Colts Top Three Reception Leaders vs. AFC South Opponents

    Vs. TitansPlayer CatchesWayne 103Harrison 84Clark 51

    Vs. TexansPlayer CatchesWayne 124Harrison 80Clark 71

    Reggie Wayne has tallied a total of 15 10-catch games throughouthis 12-year NFL career, which ranks tied for sixth in NFL history.With one more 10-catch game, Wayne will tie Brandon Marshall andformer teammate Marvin Harrison for fourth on the list with 16.Andre Johnson leads the list with 19 career 10-catch games.Rank Player Years 10-Catch Games1 Andre Johnson 2003-2013 (11) 192 Wes Welker 2004-2013 (10) 183 Jerry Rice 1985-2006 (22) 174t Marvin Harrison 1996-2008 (13) 164t Brandon Marshall 2006-2013 (8) 166t Reggie Wayne 2001-2013 (13) 156t Tony Gonzalez 1997-2013 (17) 15


    With Reggie Waynes first touchdown reception from Andrew Luckin the Colts Week 2 victory against Minnesota last year, he tied thefranchise record for touchdowns coming from seven different play-ers (six quarterbacks, one running back). Wayne has caught touch-downs from Andrew Luck, Dan Orlovsky, Curtis Painter, KerryCollins, Peyton Manning, Jim Sorgi and Joseph Addai. Waynesmark is tied with wide receivers Marvin Harrison and GlennDoughty.


    WAYNES CAREER BEST GAMESReceptions Receiving Yards15 at Jacksonville (10/3/10) 212 vs. Green Bay (10/7/12)14 vs. Dallas (12/5/10) 200 vs. Dallas (12/5/10)13 vs. Green Bay (10/7/12) 196 at Jacksonville (10/3/10)Long Reception Receiving Touchdowns71t at Denver (1/2/05) 3 at Denver (10/29/06)66t at Cincinnati (11/20/05) 2, seven times,65t, two times, Last vs. New England Last at Jacksonville (12/17/09) (11/15/09)Receiving Avg. (Min. five receptions)26.4 (five rec.) at Jacksonville (12/17/09)24.4 (five rec.) vs. Carolina (11/27/11)24.0 (seven rec.) at Carolina (10/28/07)

    Reggie Wayne has been one of the most productive wide receiversin franchise history. Since his rookie campaign in 2001, the Coltshave reaped the benefits of Waynes high level of play and the re-sults have shown in the win/loss column. Below are Indianapolisrecord totals when Wayne reaches a certain milestone in singlegames.When Wayne Records 100-Plus Receiving YardsOn 42 occasions, the Colts are 30-12

    When Wayne Records Eight-Plus ReceptionsOn 34 occasions, the Colts are 22-12When Wayne Scores At Least One TouchdownOn 71 occasions, the Colts are 58-13

    When Wayne Totals At Least a 15.0 Yards Per Catch Average(Min. Five Rec.)On 34 occasions, the Colts are 25-9


    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 Receptions6 Terrell Owens 1996-2010 (15) 1,0787 Isaac Bruce 1994-2009 (16) 1,0248 Reggie Wayne 2001-2013 (13) 1,0019 Hines Ward 1998-2011 (14) 1,00010 Randy Moss 1998-2012 (14) 982Rank Player Years Receiving Yards9 Cris Carter 1987-2002 (16) 13,89910 Henry Ellard 1983-1998 (16) 13,77711 Reggie Wayne 2001-2013 (13) 13,51612 Torry Holt 1999-2009 (11) 13,38213 Andre Reed 1985-2000 (16) 13,198Rank Player Years Receiving TD21t Art Powell 1960-1968 (9) 8121t Larry Fitzgerald 2004-2013 (10) 8123 Reggie Wayne 2001-2013 (13) 8024t Harold Carmichael 1971-1984 (14) 7924t Charley Taylor 1964-1977 (13) 79RECEIVING LEADERS SINCE 2001Rank Player Years Receptions1 Tony Gonzalez 2001-2013 (13) 1,0142 Reggie Wayne 2001-2013 (13) 1,0013 Hines Ward 2001-2011 (11) 8764 Andre Johnson 2003-2013 (11) 8625 Jason Witten 2003-2013 (11) 837Rank Player Years Receiving Yards1 Reggie Wayne 2001-2013 (13) 13,5162 Andre Johnson 2003-2013 (11) 11,7493 Steve Smith 2001-2013 (13) 11,6764 Tony Gonzalez 2001-2013 (13) 11,5665 Terrell Owens 2001-2010 (10) 11,176Rank Player Years Receiving TD1 Randy Moss 2001-2012 (12) 1132 Terrell Owens 2001-2010 (10) 1103 Antonio Gates 2003-2013 (11) 854 Tony Gonzalez 2001-2013 (13) 825t Marvin Harrison 2001-2008 (8) 815t Larry Fitzgerald 2004-2013 (10) 817 Reggie Wayne 2001-2013 (13) 80


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    #98Outside Linebacker Robert Mathis6-2 - 246 Pounds - Alabama A&M

    11th NFL Season Named to five consecutive Pro Bowls (2008-2012). Ranks second in franchise history with 101.0 sacks behind Dwight Freeney (107.5). Has recorded four career 10.0-plus sack seasons, includ-ing a team-leading 11.0 in 2010. Has compiled 24 multiple-sack games and three career 3.0-plus sack contests.

    MATHIS CAREER BEST GAMESSacks Forced Fumbles3.0, three times 3 vs. Houston (11/14/04)Last at Jacksonville (9/29/13) 2, two times

    Last vs. Seattle (10/4/09)Fumble Recoveries Passes Defensed1, 14 times 2 at New England (11/5/06)Last at Jacksonville (1/1/12)

    In 11 NFL seasons, Robert Mathis has totaled four double-digit sackseasons. Since 1982, the Colts have recorded 17 individual dou-ble-digit sack campaigns.

    COLTS 10.0-PLUS SACK SEASONS (SINCE 1982)Player Sack Total YearDwight Freeney, DE 16.0 2004Dwight Freeney, DE 13.5 2009Dwight Freeney, DE 13.0 2002Chad Bratzke, DE 12.0 1999Robert Mathis, DE 11.5 2008Robert Mathis, DE 11.5 2005Johnie Cooks, LB 11.5 1984Dwight Freeney, DE 11.0 2005Dwight Freeney, DE 11.0 2003Vernon Maxwell, LB 11.0 1983Robert Mathis, DE 11.0 2010Robert Mathis, DE 10.5 2004Tony Bennett, LB 10.5 1995Dan Footman, DE 10.5 1997Dwight Freeney, DE 10.5 2008Jon Hand, DE 10.0 1989Dwight Freeney, DE 10.0 2010

    Robert Mathis has totaled 101.0 career sacks in his 11-year careerwith the Colts, which ranks second in club history behind DwightFreeneys 107.5. In 2005, he registered a sack in 11-of-13 gamesand set an NFL record with sacks in eight consecutive contests tostart a season. Mathis has 24 multiple-sack games in his careerand three 3.0-plus sack games. He had a streak of three consecu-tive multiple-sack games in 2008 at San Diego (11/23), at Cleveland(11/30) and vs. Cincinnati (12/7). Dating back to his rookie seasonin 2003, Robert Mathis leads the Colts defense in forced fumbleswith 41, which ranks first in the NFL during that time span.

    Robert Mathis recorded a sack in eight consecutive games endingwith the Colts 2012 Week 9 contest against Miami, tying his per-sonal best for his career. The streak dates back to the final threegames of the 2011 season through the first five games he playedin 2012. His previous eight-game sack streak came in the first eightgames of the 2005 season. OLB-Dwight Freeney also had a nine-game sack streak from December 18, 2008 through November 8,2009.

    Robert Mathis became the 30th player in NFL history to reach the100.0-sack mark after posting 2.0 sacks vs. Seattle (10/6/13). The11-year veteran ranks second in franchise history in sacks, sixthamong active NFL players and 27th in league history. Below is a breakdown of Mathis quarterback takedowns: Has totaled quarterback takedowns in 78-of-152 career games and 49-of-88 starts. Owns 24 career multiple-sack games and three games with 3.0-or-more sacks. Has sacks against all 31 other NFL teams.

    NFL Career Sack Leaders (Active Players)122.0 John Abraham120.5 Jared Allen115.0 DeMarcus Ware112.5 Julius Peppers108.0 Dwight Freeney101.0 Robert Mathis

    Robert Mathis Sacks By Opponent15.5 Houston12.5 Jacksonville6.0 Tennessee5.0 New England4.5 Cincinnati, Oakland, San Francisco,

    Seattle4.0 Baltimore, Chicago, Miami3.0 Buffalo, Cleveland, Philadelphia, San

    Diego2.5 N.Y. Jets2.0 N.Y. Giants1.5 Kansas City, Pittsburgh, St. Louis,

    Washington1.0 Arizona, Atlanta, Carolina, Dallas,

    Denver, Green Bay, Minnesota, New Orleans, Tampa Bay

    0.5 Detroit





    Listed below is how Robert Mathis ranks in sacks all-time and sincehe joined the league in 2003.

    ALL-TIME SACK LEADERSRank Player Years Sacks23 Trace Armstrong 1989-2003 106.024t Kevin Carter 1995-2008 104.524t Neil Smith 1988-2000 104.526 Jim Jeffcoat 1983-1997 102.527 Robert Mathis 2003-2013 101.0

    SACK LEADERS SINCE 2003Rank Player Years Sacks1 Jared Allen 2004-2013 120.52 DeMarcus Ware 2005-2013 115.03 Robert Mathis 2003-2013 101.04 Julius Peppers 2003-2013 100.55 Dwight Freeney 2003-2013 95.0




    #12Quarterback Andrew Luck6-4 - 240 Pounds - Stanford

    2nd NFL Season For his career, has completed 454-of-813 passes for5,720 yards, 30 touchdowns and 21 interceptions for a rat-ing of 79.5. Also has seven rushing touchdowns. Named to the 2012 Pro Bowl. Broke the NFL rookie record for passing attempts (627),yards (4,374) and 300-yard passing games (6) in a season.

    In Week 9 vs. Miami last year, Andrew Luckbroke the NFL single game rookie record bypassing for 433 yards, while completing 30-of-48 passes for two touchdowns. For his per-formance, Lucks jersey was sent to the ProFootball Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio (picturedright). Listed below are the top five rookie sin-gle-game performances in NFL history:

    Player Team Date Passing YardsAndrew Luck Colts 11/4/12 433Cam Newton Panthers 9/18/11 432Ryan Tannehill Dolphins 9/30/12 431Cam Newton Panthers 9/11/11 422Matthew Stafford Lions 11/22/09 422Lucks output also ranks tied for third for the most passing yards ina single game in Colts history:Player Date Opponent Passing YardsPeyton Manning 10/31/04 Chiefs 472Peyton Manning 9/25/00 Jaguars 440Andrew Luck 11/4/12 Dolphins 433Peyton Manning 9/12/10 Texans 433Peyton Manning 12/5/04 Titans 425

    Attempts Completions*627, Andrew Luck, 2012 339, Andrew Luck, 2012575, Peyton Manning, 1998 326, Peyton Manning, 1998417, Jack Trudeau, 1986 204, Jack Trudeau, 1986334, Jeff George, 1990 181, Jeff George, 1990237, George Shaw, 1955 129, Chris Chandler, 1988Passer Rating Passing Yards76.5, Andrew Luck, 2012 *4,374, Andrew Luck, 201274.0, John Unitas, 1956 3,739, Peyton Manning, 199873.8, Jeff George, 1990 2,225, Jack Trudeau, 198671.2, Peyton Manning, 1998 2,152, Jeff George, 199067.2, Chris Chandler, 1988 1,619, Chris Chandler, 1988Passing Touchdowns 300-Yard Passing Games26, Peyton Manning, 1998 *6, Andrew Luck, 201223, AndrewLuck, 2012 4, Peyton Manning, 199816, Jeff George, 1990 2, Jack Trudeau, 198610, George Shaw, 1955 1, John Unitas, 19569, John Unitas, 1956Average Per Attempt Lowest Interception Pct.7.57, John Unitas, 1956 2.87, Andrew Luck, 20126.98, Andrew Luck, 2012 3.17, Mike Pagel, 19826.95, Chris Chandler, 1988 3.89, Jeff George, 19906.69, George Shaw, 1955 4.32, Jack Trudeau, 19866.50, Peyton Manning, 1998 4.87, Peyton Manning, 1998*NFL rookie single season record

    Andrew Luck threw for the the most passing yards by a rookiein NFL history. He surpassed Cam Newtons previous record of4,051 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

    Andrew Luck led the Colts on seven game-winning drives in thefourth quarter or overtime last season, which is the most by arookie and tied for the most by any NFL quarterback since the1970 merger. Vince Young (2006 Titans) and Ben Roethlisberger(2004 Steelers) orchestrated five game-winning drives in their re-spective rookie seasons.MOST 4TH QTR/OT GAME-WINNING DRIVES BY ROOKIE QB

    SINCE 19704th Qtr/OT

    Player Team Year GW DrivesAndrew Luck Indianapolis 2012 7Vince Young Tennessee 2006 5Ben Roethlisberger Pittsburgh 2004 5Andy Dalton Cincinnati 2011 4Matt Ryan Atlanta 2008 4

    Andrew Luck threw for 300 yards on six different occassions in2012, giving him the most 300-yard passing games by a rookie inNFL history.Player Team Year 300-Yd GamesAndrew Luck Colts 2012 6Peyton Manning Colts 1998 4Cam Newton Panthers 2011 3


    300-YARD GAMES




    In Week 13 at Detroit last season, Andrew Luck threw for a ca-reer-high four touchdowns, breaking the Colts single-gamerookie record for most passing touchdowns. The previous Coltsrecord was three, which had been done seven times before. PeytonManning was the last Colts rookie quarterback to throw for threetouchdowns in a game, when he did so on four different occassionsin 1998.


    In the season-opener against the Oakland Raiders, Andrew Luckcompleted 18-of-23 passes for 178 yards and two touchdowns fora passer rating of 127.9. He also rushed for the game-winningtouchdown in the fourth quarter.Luck set career highs in completion percentage (78.3) and passerrating while not throwing an interception for the fourth straight gamedating back to last season. With his performance, Luck becamethe first quarterback since Ben Roethlisberger in 2008 to com-plete at least 78 percent of his passes and throw multipletouchdowns with no interceptions in the season opener.Luck also led his eighth career game-winning drive in thefourth quarter or overtime, which is the most through the first17 games of any NFL quarterback that began his career sincethe 1970 merger.


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    In Andrew Lucks two seasons (2012-13), he leads all AFC quar-terbacks and ranks third among NFL quarterbacks with sevenrushing touchdowns.In Week 7 vs. Cleveland and Week 10 at Jacksonville last season,Andrew Luck rushed for two touchdowns, which tied the franchiserecord for the most in a single game by a quarterback. Ricky Turnerwas the last Colts quarterback to rush for two touchdowns in 1988. Player Date Opponent Rushing TDAndrew Luck 11/8/12 Jacksonville 2Andrew Luck 10/21/12 Cleveland 2Ricky Turner 12/4/88 Miami 2Bert Jones 10/20/74 N.Y. Jets 2With the two touchdowns against the Jaguars, Luck totaled fiverushing touchdowns for the season, which is the most rushingtouchdowns in a season by a Colts quarterback in franchise history.Player Year Games Rushing TDAndrew Luck 2012 16 5Bert Jones 1974 11 4Peyton Manning 2006 16 4Peyton Manning 2001 16 4

    2012 Pro BowlWEEK 9 - AFC Offensive Player of the Week and FedEx Air NFLPlayer of the Week Completed 30-of-48 passes for an NFL single-game rookie record433 yards and two touchdowns in a 23-20 victory over Miami.WEEK 8 - PEPSIMAXNFLRookie of the Week Completed 26-of-38 passes for 297 yards and a touchdown in a19-13 overtime win over Tennessee. Became the third rookie in NFLhistory to throw a game-winning touchdown pass in overtime.WEEK 5 - PEPSIMAXNFLRookie of the Week Completed 31-of-55 passes for 362 yards and two touchdowns ina 30-27 victory over Green Bay. Became the fourth NFL rookiequarterback since 1960 to overcome an 18-plus point deficit to wina game.WEEK 3 - PEPSIMAXNFLRookie of the Week Completed 22-of-46 passes for 313 yards and two touchdowns ina 22-17 loss to Jacksonville.

    Inside the final two minutes of a half, Andrew Luck threw forthe most passing yards of any quarterback in the league lastseason. Luck has also rushed for 45 yards in the final two minutesof a half, which ranks fifth among NFL quarterbacks.Player Team Comp-Att Yards TD INTAndrew Luck Colts 60-118 884 5 4Matthew Stafford Lions 70-133 838 7 3Carson Palmer Raiders 59-97 734 7 2Eli Manning Giants 48-80 703 5 1Tony Romo Cowboys 62-108 689 4 3In Week 13 at Detroit, Luck threw a 14-yard touchdown pass toDonnie Avery on the final play to give the Colts a 35-33 victory overthe Lions. Luck, who threw a game-winner to Reggie Wayne with35 seconds remaining against the Packers in Week 5, is the firstNFL rookie to throw two game-winning touchdown passes in-side the two-minute warning of the fourth quarter.Luck is also the fourth rookie since 1970 to throw a game-win-ning touchdown pass with no time left in the game. The otherthree quarterbacks to do that are Tim Couch (1999 Browns),Matthew Stafford (2009 Lions) and Russell Wilson (2012 SeattleSeahawks).

    LUCKS CAREER BEST GAMESCompletions Passing Yards31 vs. Green Bay (10/7/12) 433 vs. Miami (11/4/12)30 vs. Miami (11/4/12) 391 at Detroit (12/2/12)27 at New England (11/18/12) 362 vs. Green Bay (10/7/12)Passing Touchdowns Completion Percentage4 at Detroit (12/2/12) 78.3 vs. Oakland (9/8/13)2, 10 times, 69.2 at Jacksonville (11/8/12)Last vs. Seattle (10/6/13) 68.4 at Tennessee (10/28/12)Passer Rating Rushing Touchdowns127.9 vs. Oakland (9/8/13) 2 at Jacksonville (11/8/12)107.5 vs. Minnesota (9/16/12) 2 vs. Cleveland (10/21/12)105.6 vs. Miami (11/4/12) 1, 3x, last: at SF (9/22/13)

    Andrew Luck led the Colts on seven game-winning drives in the fourth quarter or overtime in 2012, which tied for the most in a singleseason by any NFL quarterback since 1970. Below is a detailed look at Lucks nine career game-winning drives (2012-13):Date-Opponent Down/Tied Time Rem. Start Drive/TOP Scoring Play Time Rem. Final Luck Drive Stats9/16/12 vs. MIN 20-20 0:31 IND 20 4-45/0:23 A. Vinatieri 53 yd. FG 0:08 23-20 Pass: 2-3-4010/7/12 vs. GB 27-22 4:30 IND 20 13-80/3:55 4 yd. pass to R. Wayne 0:35 30-27 Pass: 8-11-80, TD

    Rush: 1-721-19 11:27 IND 15 8-75/3:23 A. Vinatieri 28 yd. FG 8:04 Pass: 2-4-52

    10/28/12 at TEN 13-13 15:00 IND 20 9-80/4:49 16 yd. pass to V. Ballard 10:11 19-13 OT Pass: 2-2-36, TD13-6 10:26 IND 20 14-80/7:02 D. Carter 1 yd. run 3:24 Pass: 6-8-62

    Rush: 1-711/4/12 vs. MIA 20-20 13:12 IND 6 13-69/7:14 A. Vinatieri 43 yd. FG 5:58 23-20 Pass: 6-8-5412/2/12 at DET 33-28 1:07 IND 25 11-75/1:07 14 yd. pass to D. Avery 0:00 35-33 Pass: 3-9-50, TD

    Rush: 2-2533-21 4:02 IND 15 8-85/1:23 42 yd. pass to L. Brazill 2:39 Pass: 4-7-62, TD

    Rush: 1-812/9/12 vs. TEN 23-21 10:28 IND 20 10-45/4:05 A. Vinatieri 53 yd. FG 6:23 27-23 Pass: 3-6-2912/23/12 at KC 13-13 10:13 IND 27 13-73/6:05 7 yd. pass to R. Wayne 4:08 20-13 Pass: 6-7-49, TD9/8/13 vs. OAK 17-14 11:09 IND 20 11-80/5:49 A. Luck 19 yd. run 5:20 21-17 Pass: 5-7-28

    Rush: 1-19, TD10/6/13 vs. SEA 28-23 0:35-3Q IND 14 14-70/6:40 D. Brown 3 yd. run 8:55 34-28 Pass: 5-7-49

    Rush: 1-5Bold indicates game-winning driveItalics indicates comeback drive


    2012 HONORS




    Below is a look at the 24 victories in which Adam Vinatieri haskicked game-winning field goals in the final minute of the fourthquarter or overtime.Opponent Date Yards Time Scorevs. Jacksonville 9/22/96 40 12:24 28-25 OTvs. NY Jets 9/14/97 34 06:57 27-24 OTat New Orleans 10/4/98 27 00:03 30-27vs. San Francisco 12/20/98 35 00:03 24-21at NY Jets 9/12/99 23 00:03 30-28vs. Indianapolis 9/19/99 26 00:35 31-28vs. Cincinnati 11/19/00 22 00:03 16-13at Buffalo 12/17/00 24 00:19 13-10 OTvs. San Diego 10/14/01 44 10:55 29-26 OTat Buffalo 12/16/01 23 09:15 12- 9 OTvs. Oakland 1/19/02 23 06:31 16-13 OTvs. St. Louis 2/ 3/02 48 00:00 20-17+vs. Kansas City 9/22/02 35 10:20 41-38 OTvs. Miami 12/29/02 35 12:57 27-24 OTat Houston 11/23/03 28 00:40 23-20 OTvs. Carolina 2/1/04 41 00:04 32-29#at Pittsburgh 9/25/05 43 00:01 23-20vs. Atlanta 10/ 9/05 29 00:17 31-28at Denver 10/29/06 37 00:02 34-31vs. Kansas City 11/18/07 24 00:03 13-10at Minnesota 9/14/08 47 00:03 18-15at San Diego 11/23/08 51 00:00 23-20 vs. Tennessee 1/ 2/11 43 00:00 23-20vs. Minnesota 9/16/12 53 00:08 23-20*All FGs 1996-2005 came while with New England+Super Bowl XXXVI #Super Bowl XXXVIII

    #4Now in his 18th NFL season, Adam Vinatieri holds an 82.6 careerfield goal percentage having converted 422-of-511 kicks. His totalcurrently ranks 14th all-time in the NFL in the category.


    Pct. Name FGM FGA86.5 Mike Vanderjagt 230 26686.2 Nate Kaeding 181 21086.2 Robbie Gould 218 25385.4 Shayne Graham 245 28785.2 Rob Bironas 224 26384.9 Stephen Gostkowski 186 21984.6 Matt Bryant 241 28584.2 Connor Barth 101 12083.7 Phil Dawson 313 37483.7 Matt Stover 471 56383.2 Ryan Longwell 361 43482.8 Jay Feely 308 37282.7 Dan Carpenter 139 16882.7 Adam Vinatieri 425 514

    Vinatieri has totaled 1,917 career points (including one two-pointconversion in 1998), which ranks ninth in the NFL. In 2011, he sur-passed Nick Lowery (1,711) for the ninth spot. With four field goalsmade against Houston in the second to last week of the 2011 cam-paign, Vinatieri also moved past Lowery (383) for th