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Regular Season Week 15 Indianapolis Colts (0-13) vs. Tennessee Titans (7-6) 1 p.m. (EST), Sunday, December 18, 2011, Lucas Oil Stadium Visit the Colts new media website: COLTS RETURN TO LUCAS OIL STADIUM TO HOST THE TENNESSEE TITANS 2011 AFC SOUTH STANDINGS Team W L T Pct. PF PA Div. Conf. Houston 10 3 0 .769 330 208 4-0 8-2 Tennessee 7 6 0 .538 266 251 1-2 5-4 Jacksonville 4 9 0 .308 193 252 2-2 3-7 Indianapolis 0 13 0 .000 184 382 0-3 0-9 The Indianapolis Colts will return to Lucas Oil Stadium following two consecutive road contests to host AFC South Division rival, Ten- nessee. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. The meeting marks the second be- tween the two teams this season as the Titans defeated the Colts by a 27-10 margin in Nashville, Ten- nessee on October 30. The series between the two teams dates back to 1970 when the Titans were for- merly the Houston Oilers. Indianapolis holds a 20-13 regu- lar season series advantage and have won five of the last six games dating back to 2008. Since 2002 when the NFL realigned divisions, the Colts are 7-2 against the Titans in games played at home. Indianapolis dropped a Week 14 match-up against the Bal- timore Ravens, 24-10, at M&T Bank Stadium. Defensive end Dwight Freeney recorded two sacks and topped 100 quarterback takedowns for his career, becoming the 26th player in NFL history to accomplish the feat. Quarterback Dan Orlovsky threw for 136 yards, one touchdown and one interception in the loss. Tennessee fell to New Orleans, 22- 17. Nate Washington led the Titans in receiving with six re- ceptions for 130 yards and one touchdown. In a short week of preparation, the Colts will host Houston on NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football in Week 16 prior to traveling to Jacksonville for the season finale. DE-Dwight Freeney INDIANAPOLIS COLTS WEEKLY PRESS RELEASE INDIANA FARM BUREAU FOOTBALL CENTER • P.O. BOX 535000 • INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46253 • MEDIA.COLTS.COM THIS WEEK’S MEDIA AVAILABILITY (SUBJECT TO CHANGE) Monday, December 12 - Players available Noon - Coach Caldwell 12:45 p.m. -No practice Tuesday, December 13 - Players’ Day Off No availability Wednesday, December 14 - Players available: 11:50 a.m. - Coach Caldwell:12:45 p.m. - Titans Conf. Calls: Johnson - 12:45 p.m., Munchak - 1 p.m. - Practice: 1:35 p.m. Thursday, December 15 - Players available 11:50 a.m. - Coach Caldwell 12:45 p.m. - Practice 1:35 p.m. Friday, December 16 - Coach Caldwell 10:45 a.m. - Practice 11:05 a.m. - Players available 12:45 p.m. Avis Roper - Senior Director of Communications [email protected] Matt Taylor - Assistant Director of Communications [email protected] Matt Conti - Football Communications Manager [email protected] Pam Humphrey - Public Relations Coordinator [email protected] Saturday, December 17 - No availability Colts Walk-Thru TV & RADIO BROADCAST INFORMATION Coverage Provided By CBS Play-by-Play: Ian Eagle Color Analyst: Dan Fouts On Radio: WFNI & WLHK Play-by-Play: Bob Lamey Color Analyst: Will Wolford Sideline: Kevin Lee COLTS REGULAR SEASON WEEK 15 GAMEDAY STORYLINE The Colts and Titans will battle for the second occasion this season with the Week 15 match-up being held at Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis is looking for its first win of the sea- son while the Titans will aim to keep their playoff hopes alive in the AFC race. In the first meeting between the two teams, the Colts logged their highest team rushing total of the season with 158 yards. Indianapolis will look for a sim- ilar performance as running back Donald Brown remains 73 yards shy of a new career-high (497 yards in 2010).
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    vs.Tennessee Titans (7-6)

    1 p.m. (EST), Sunday, December 18, 2011, Lucas Oil StadiumVisit the Colts new media website:


    2011 AFC SOUTH STANDINGSTeam W L T Pct. PF PA Div. Conf.Houston 10 3 0 .769 330 208 4-0 8-2Tennessee 7 6 0 .538 266 251 1-2 5-4Jacksonville 4 9 0 .308 193 252 2-2 3-7Indianapolis 0 13 0 .000 184 382 0-3 0-9

    The Indianapolis Colts will returnto Lucas Oil Stadium following twoconsecutive road contests to hostAFC South Division rival, Ten-nessee. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m.The meeting marks the second be-tween the two teams this seasonas the Titans defeated the Colts bya 27-10 margin in Nashville, Ten-nessee on October 30. The seriesbetween the two teams dates backto 1970 when the Titans were for-

    merly the Houston Oilers. Indianapolis holds a 20-13 regu-lar season series advantage and have won five of the lastsix games dating back to 2008. Since 2002 when the NFLrealigned divisions, the Colts are 7-2 against the Titans ingames played at home.Indianapolis dropped a Week 14 match-up against the Bal-timore Ravens, 24-10, at M&T Bank Stadium. Defensiveend Dwight Freeney recorded two sacks and topped 100quarterback takedowns for his career, becoming the 26thplayer in NFL history to accomplish the feat. QuarterbackDan Orlovsky threw for 136 yards, one touchdown and oneinterception in the loss. Tennessee fell to New Orleans, 22-17. Nate Washington led the Titans in receiving with six re-ceptions for 130 yards and one touchdown.In a short week of preparation, the Colts will host Houstonon NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football in Week 16 priorto traveling to Jacksonville for the season finale.

    DE-Dwight Freeney


    THIS WEEK’S MEDIA AVAILABILITY (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)Monday, December 12- Players available Noon- Coach Caldwell 12:45 p.m.-No practice

    Tuesday, December 13- Players’ Day OffNo availability

    Wednesday, December 14- Players available: 11:50 a.m.- Coach Caldwell:12:45 p.m.- Titans Conf. Calls: Johnson -12:45 p.m., Munchak - 1 p.m.- Practice: 1:35 p.m.

    Thursday, December 15- Players available 11:50 a.m.- Coach Caldwell12:45 p.m.

    - Practice1:35 p.m.

    Friday, December 16- Coach Caldwell 10:45 a.m.

    - Practice11:05 a.m.- Players available12:45 p.m.

    Avis Roper - Senior Director of [email protected]

    Matt Taylor - Assistant Director of [email protected]

    Matt Conti - Football Communications [email protected]

    Pam Humphrey - Public Relations [email protected]

    Saturday, December 17- No availabilityColts Walk-Thru


    Coverage ProvidedBy CBS

    Play-by-Play: Ian EagleColor Analyst: Dan Fouts

    On Radio: WFNI & WLHKPlay-by-Play: Bob LameyColor Analyst: Will WolfordSideline: Kevin Lee


    The Colts and Titans will battle for the second occasion thisseason with the Week 15 match-up being held at Lucas OilStadium. Indianapolis is looking for its first win of the sea-son while the Titans will aim to keep their playoff hopesalive in the AFC race. In the first meeting between the twoteams, the Colts logged their highest team rushing total ofthe season with 158 yards. Indianapolis will look for a sim-ilar performance as running back Donald Brown remains73 yards shy of a new career-high (497 yards in 2010).


    Preseason (1-3)Date Opponent Time Result/Network8/13 at St. Louis 8 p.m. L, 10-338/19 WASHINGTON 7 p.m. L, 3-168/26 GREEN BAY 8 p.m. L, 21-249/1 at Cincinnati 7 p.m. W, 17-13Regular Season (0-13)Date Opponent Time Result/Network9/11 at Houston 1 p.m. L, 7-349/18 CLEVELAND 1 p.m. L, 19-279/25 PITTSBURGH 8:20 p.m. L, 20-2310/3 at Tampa Bay 8:30 p.m. L, 17-2410/9 KANSAS CITY 1 p.m. L, 24-2810/16 at Cincinnati 1 p.m. L, 17-2710/23 at New Orleans 8:20 p.m. L, 7-6210/30 at Tennessee 1 p.m. L, 10-2711/6 ATLANTA 1 p.m. L, 7-3111/13 JACKSONVILLE 1 p.m. L, 3-1711/20 BYE11/27 CAROLINA 1 p.m. L, 19-2712/4 at New England 1 p.m. L, 24-3112/11 at Baltimore 1 p.m. L, 10-2412/18 TENNESSEE 1 p.m. CBS*12/22 HOUSTON 8:20 p.m. NFL Network1/1 at Jacksonville 1 p.m. CBS** Denotes Flexible Scheduling

    TALE OF THE TAPEVS. TENNESSEE2011 Regular Season Statistics

    Colts (rank) Titans (rank)14.2 (29) Points Per Game 20.5 (22)283.4 (31) Total Offense Per Game 323.5 (19)95.2 (28) Net Rushing Yards Per Game 93.9 (30)188.2 (27) Net Passing Yards Per Game 229.5 (14)25:20 Possession Average 27:3029.4 (32) Opponent Points Per Game 19.3 (6)384.8 (28) Opponent Total Offense Per Game 362.2 (22)144.3 (30) Opponent Net Rushing Yards Per Game 121.8 (20)240.5 (21) Opponent Net Passing Yards Per Game 240.4 (20)-12 (30T) Turnover Differential +5 (7T)


    Leading Passers: Comp. Att. Yards TDs INTs RatingCurtis Painter 132 243 1,541 6 9 66.6Matt Hasselbeck 246 403 2,701 15 10 83.0Leading Rushers: Att. Yards Avg. Long TDsDonald Brown 99 425 4.3 24 4Chris Johnson 217 875 4.0 48t 4Leading Receivers: Rec. Yards Avg. Long TDsPierre Garcon 60 851 14.2 87t 6Nate Washington 59 798 13.5 57 5

    QUOTING QUARTERBACKDAN ORLOVSKY“On the upcoming home game against the TennesseeTitans (12/12/11) - “The Titans are right in the hunt for a playoff spot andthey’re playing well. They took one of the better teams inthe NFC (New Orleans Saints) pretty deep yesterday intheir game, and it will be another good test for us. So wehave to watch the film and make the conscious effort of re-ally trying to get better at the things that we need to getbetter at quickly. Like I said, it starts with me.”


    VS. TENNESSEE TITANSAll-time regular season results: Colts lead, 20-13All-time postseason results: Titans lead, 1-0Colts regular season home record vs. Titans: 12-6Colts regular season road record vs. Titans: 8-7Current regular season streak: Titans - one gameLast regular season meeting: Titans 27 - Colts 10 (2011)*The franchise was the Houston Oilers from 1960-1996

    Regular Season ResultsColts lead series, 20-13

    Year Result Loc.2003 Colts 33 Titans 7 Ind.2003 Colts 29 Titans 27 Nash.2004 Colts 31 Titans 17 Nash.2004 Colts 51 Titans 24 Ind.2005 Colts 31 Titans 10 Nash.2005 Colts 35 Titans 3 Ind.2006 Colts 14 Titans 13 Ind.2006 Titans 20 Colts 17 Nash.2007 Colts 22 Titans 20 Nash.2007 Titans 16 Colts 10 Ind.2008 Titans 31 Colts 21 Nash.2008 Colts 23 Titans 0 Ind.2009 Colts 31 Titans 9 Nash.2009 Colts 27 Titans 17 Ind.2010 Colts 30 Titans 28 Nash.2010 Colts 23 Titans 20 Ind.2011 Titans 27 Colts 10 Nash.*Playoffs

    Year Result Loc.1970 Colts 24 Oilers 20 Hou.1973 Oilers 31 Colts 27 Bal.1976 Colts 38 Oilers 14 Bal.1979 Oilers 28 Colts 16 Bal.1980 Oilers 21 Colts 16 Hou.1983 Colts 20 Oilers 10 Bal.1984 Colts 35 Oilers 21 Hou.1985 Colts 34 Oilers 16 Ind.1986 Oilers 31 Colts 17 Hou.1987 Colts 51 Oilers 27 Ind.1988 Oilers 17 Colts 14 OT Ind.1990 Oilers 24 Colts 10 Hou.1992 Oilers 20 Colts 10 Ind.1994 Colts 45 Oilers 21 Ind.*1999 Titans 19 Colts 16 Ind.2002 Titans 23 Colts 15 Ind.2002 Titans 27 Colts 17 Nash.


    Titans 27 - Colts 10 • 10/30/11 • LP Field1 2 3 4 Final

    Colts 0 0 3 7 10Titans 3 17 0 7 27Recap: The Titans jumped out to a 20-0 halftime lead,courtesy of two Rob Bironas field goals, a blocked punt fora touchdown and a Nate Washington three-yard run. TheColts responded in the second half and cut the deficit inhalf on Adam Vinatieri’s 22-yard field goal and DonaldBrown’s four-yard touchdown rush. Indianapolis was un-able to mount a comeback however as a late touchdownsealed the Titans 27-10 win.


    Former Colts:Titans OG-Jake Scott was a member of the Indianapolis Colts from 2004-07. Former Titans:Indianapolis DT-Antonio Johnson was originally drafted by Tennessee in the fifth round of the 2008 NFL draft. Johnson was signed as a free agentby Indianapolis from the Tennessee practice squad in 2008; Colts Special Assistant to the Defense Rod Perry was a member of the Houston Oilerscoaching staff from 1995-96. Indiana/Tennessee Connections: Colts QB-Peyton Manning played collegiately at the University of Tennessee; Indianapolis FB-Jerome Felton attended Sequoya High School in Madis-onville, Tennessee; Colts Offensive Coordinator Clyde Christensen served as the Quarterbacks and Receivers Coach with East Tennessee State from1980-82; Indianapolis Assistant to the Offensive Coordinator Jim Bob Cooter was a quarterback at the University of Tennessee from 2002-06, andserved two years as a graduate assistant at Tennessee; Titans OT-Mike Otto is a native of Kokomo, Indiana, and played collegiately at Purdue University;Tennessee Senior Assistant Coach Dave McGinnis was the Defensive Backs Coach at Indiana State in 1978 and from 1980-81. NFL Connections:Colts K-Adam Vinatieri was teammates with Titans TE-Daniel Graham from 2002-05 on the New England Patriots; Indianapolis QB-Dan Orlovksy,TE-Anthony Hill, LB-Zac Diles and LB-Kevin Bentley spent part of the 2010 season as teammates with Tennessee DL-Malcolm Sheppard on theHouston Texans; Colts LB-Kevin Bentley competed alongside Titans QB-Matt Hasselbeck and S-Jordan Babineaux with Seattle from 2005-07. College Connections:Indianapolis QB-Curtis Painter and DB-Brandon King played collegiately at Purdue with Tennessee OT-Mike Otto; Colts DT-Fili Moala and DB-KevinThomas were teammates with Tennessee DT-Jurrell Casey and WR-Damien Williams at USC; Colts LB-Pat Angerer and LB-A.J. Edds played atthe University of Iowa with Titans DT-Karl Klug; Indianapolis LB-Philip Wheeler competed with Tennessee DE-Derrick Morgan at Georgia Tech; ColtsDB-Chris Rucker competed at Michigan State with Titans RB-Javon Ringer; Indianapolis DE-Tyler Brayton and Tennessee TE-Daniel Graham wereteammates at the University of Colorado; Colts LB-Kavell Conner competed at Clemson University with Titans RB-Jamie Harper; Indianapolis DB-JoeLefeged was teammates with Tennessee CB-Jason McCourty at Rutgers University; Colts DE-Jamaal Anderson was teammates with Titans DT-Mal-colm Sheppard at Arkansas; Colts OT-Quinn Ojinnaka and Tennessee DB-Anthony Smith competed together at Syracuse University.Coaching Connections: Colts Offensive Coordinator Clyde Christensen and Tennessee Tight Ends Coach John Zernhelt were members of the East Carolina University coach-ing staff in 1986; Indianapolis Quarterbacks Coach Ron Turner was a member of the Chicago Bears coaching staff with Titans Senior Assistant CoachDave McGinnis from 1993-95. Turner was also member of the Bears staff from 2007-09 with Tennessee Offensive Assistant and Quality Control CoachCharles London; Colts Special Assistant to the Defense Rod Perry and Titans Running Backs Coach Jim Skipper were members of the Carolina Pan-thers coaching staff from 2002-06.

    JIM CALDWELLCoaching Years in NFL: 11th YearColts Head Coach: 3rd YearRegular Season: 24-21 (.533)

    Postseason: 2-2 (.500)Third-year head coach Jim Caldwell is offto a good start with a 24-21 record in his

    first three seasons at the helm. He has won two AFC SouthChampionships and in leading the Colts to Super BowlXLIV, Caldwell became the fifth rookie coach in NFL historyto take his team to the championship game. Prior to takingthe helm as head coach, Caldwell helped guide PeytonManning to three of his four MVPs when he served as quar-terbacks coach from2002-2008. Caldwell’sfirst head coaching ex-perience came at WakeForest where he wasthe first African Ameri-can head coach in ACChistory. He also hasNFL coaching experi-ence with the TampaBay Buccaneers andcollegiate experiencewith Penn State,Louisville, Colorado,Northwestern, South-ern Illinois and Iowa.

    Coaching Background1978-79 Southern Ill. DBs Coach1980 Southern Ill. Def Coord.1981 Northwestern DBs Coach1982-83 Colorado OLBs Coach1984 Colorado QBs&WRs Coach1985 Louisville DBs Coach1986 Penn State WRs Coach1987-90 Penn State QBs&WRs Coach1991-92 Penn State QBs./Pass. Coord.1993-00 Wake Forest Head Coach2001 Buccaneers QBs Coach2002-06 Colts QBs Coach2006-08 Colts QBs/Asst. Head Coach2008 Colts Associate Head Coach2009-11 Colts Head Coach


    MIKE MUNCHAKCoaching Years in NFL: 18th YearTitans Head Coach: 1st YearRegular Season: 7-6 (.538)Postseason: 0-0 (.000)

    Mike Munchak became the 16th headcoach in franchise history and the first who

    was a former player for the team, when he was named tothe post on February 7, 2011. After a 12-year playing careeras a guard for the Houston Oilers, he spent three seasonsassisting the coaching staff. Munchak became the offensiveline coach in 1997 and held that position for 14 years (1997-2010). Four of his players have totaled 10 Pro Bowl invita-tions and his offensive lines have paved the way for fivedifferent running backs to total an NFL-high 12 1,000-yardrushing seasons since 1997. His offensive line allowed thesecond fewest sacks (28.3 sacks per season) in the NFLsince he assumed control of the group in 1997. Additionally,the Titans ranked seventh in the league in rushing yards(124.5 yards per game) during his tenure and totaled sevenNFL top 10 finishes in rushing yards. In 2001, he becamethe fifth franchise player to be inducted into the Pro FootballHall of Fame. He earned nine Pro Bowl invitations duringhis career and was be-stowed the honor ofhaving his Oilers num-ber 63 jersey retired in1996.

    Coaching Background1994-96 Oilers Off Asst./Quality Cont.1997-2010 Oilers/Titans Offensive Line2011 Titans Head Coach


    OFFENSEWR Reggie Wayne - Is second on the team in receivingwith 56 catches for 748 yards and two TDs. Recorded his800th career catch in Week 3 vs. Pittsburgh and topped11,000 career receiving yards vs. Tampa Bay in Week 4.LT Anthony Castonzo - Returned from injury in Week 9and has started nine games this year.LG Mike Pollak - Has seen action in 12 games this seasonincluding seven starts on the offensive line.C Jeff Saturday - The five-time Pro Bowl center partici-pated in his 194th career game in Week 14, surpassingMarvin Harrison for fifth place in franchise history.RG Ryan Diem - Competed in his 154th career game inWeek 14 and this season, has started in eight contests.RT Jeff Linkenbach - Has started all 13 games this sea-son, nine at right tackle and four at left tackle.TE Dallas Clark - Returned from a Week 9 injury and in 10games, has totaled 29 catches for 299 yards and two TDs.WR Pierre Garcon - Leads the team in receiving with 60catches for 851 yards and six TDs. Set a career-high with150 yards and two scores in Week 13 at New England.QB Dan Orlovsky - In two starts with the Colts has com-pleted 61-of-95 passes for 611 yards, three touchdownsand two interceptions for an 84.2 passer rating.H-B Austin Collie - Has contributed with 42 receptions for369 yards (8.8 avg.) and a long catch of 27 yards.RB Joseph Addai - Has compiled 80 rushes for 335 yardsand one touchdown in nine games this season.


    DEFENSELE Robert Mathis - In 13 games, has totaled 38 tackles,5.5 sacks, one FF, one FR and one PD. Ranks second infranchise history with 79.5 sacks.LDT Fili Moala - In 11 games has totaled 19 tackles. Addedhis first career sack in Week 13 at New England.RDT Antonio Johnson - In 13 games (10 starts) hasnotched 17 tackles (six solo) and two passes defensed.RE Dwight Freeney - In 13 games, has logged 17 stops,7.5 sacks and two forced fumbles. Became the 26th playerin NFL history with 100 sacks after logging two in Week 14.SLB Philip Wheeler - Has recorded 79 tackles, one sackand one forced fumble in 13 games this season and tied acareer-high with 10 stops in Weeks 4, 7 and 9.MLB Pat Angerer - Ranks third in the NFL with 119 tackles,which includes a career-high 20 stops vs. the Steelers inWeek 3. Has also added a sack, FF, FR and PD.WLB Kavell Conner - Has compiled 91 tackles, one FF,one FR and two PD in 13 games this season. Set a career-high with 18 tackles in Week 4 against Tampa Bay. LCB Jacob Lacey - Has started in seven games and hascontributed with 49 tackles, four PD, three FF and one FR.RCB Chris Rucker - Made his first career start in Week 14at Baltimore. Has totaled 16 tackles and two PD. SS David Caldwell - Has made 10 starts while contributingwith 53 tackles and two passes defensed.FS Antoine Bethea - Has started all 13 games while post-ing 113 tackles (62 solo), seven PD, one FF and one FR.


    Ravens - 24 Colts - 10The Ravens jumped out to a 17-0 lead in the second quar-ter on touchdowns from Torrey Smith and Ray Rice withthe addition of a Billy Cundiff field goal. Adam Vinatierinotched Indianapolis’ first points of the game prior to theend of the first half when his 22-yard attempt sailed throughthe uprights. Vinatieri is a perfect 10-for-10 on field goal at-tempts against Baltimore in his career. The Ravens addeda second half touchdown prior to Dan Orlovsky’s 13-yardtouchdown pass to tight end Jacob Tamme as time ran outin the game. Defensive end Dwight Freeney finished thecontest with two sacks and topped 100 for his career.


    RB-Joseph Addai2009 (Game 2)- Had 21 carries for 79 yards and two TDs.2007 (Game1) - Had 20 rushes for 81 yards and one touchdown.TE-Dallas Clark2008 (Game 1) - Caught seven passes for 94 yards and two TDs. WR-Austin Collie2009 (Game 1) - Totaled eight catches for 97 yards and two TDs. DE-Dwight Freeney2004 (Game 2) - Notched four tackles, three sacks and one FF.2005 (Game 2) - Tallied four stops, two sacks and one FF.WR-Pierre Garcon2010 (Game 1) - Finished with six catches for 93 yards and two TDs.WR-Reggie Wayne2004 (Game 1) - Recorded seven receptions for 119 yards and one TD.



    In quarterback Dan Orlovsky’s first start as a member of theColts (Week 13 at New England), the veteran set a career-high and Colts season-high with 353 passing yards on 30-of-37 passing. His passing yardage total was the mostsince Peyton Manning threw for 365 yards on December 5,2010 against Dallas. Orlovsky also finished with a 113.2passer rating, which is the second-highest mark this seasonbehind Curtis Painter’s 115.8 rating against Kansas City.Having completed 30-of-37 passes against the Patriots,Orlovsky totaled an 81.1 completion percentage, which isthe ninth-highest mark in franchise history and the highesttotal since October 11, 2009 when Peyton Manning finishedwith an 81.8 completion percentage against Tennessee.On Indianapolis’ second offensive possession of the game,Orlovsky drove the team 67 yards in 19 plays, which led toan Adam Vinatieri field goal. On the drive, Orlovsky con-verted four-of-five third down attempts. He opened the con-test having completed his first seven pass attempts for 73yards and posted another stretch of seven consecutivepasses between the third and fourth quarters.Orlovsky finished the game having competed passes toeight different receivers, a season-high for the Colts thisseason. The previous high was seven different receiverslogged five times this year with the last coming against theCarolina Panthers on November 27.

    SUSTAINING DRIVESOn the Colts’ second offensive possession in a Week 13contest at New England, the team compiled a 19-play, 67-yard drive that resulted in a field goal. The drive is thelongest for Indianapolis since October 8, 2000 when theteam posted a 22-play drive against New England. TheColts notched their second drive of 15 or more plays in thesecond half and added an 11-play drive in the fourth quarterresulting in a touchdown. This season, the Colts rank tiedfor sixth in the NFL in 10-plus play drives with 24.

    PIERRE PRODUCESWide receiver Pierre Garcon led theteam and set career highs in receiv-ing yards (150) and receptions(nine) in a Week 13 contest at NewEngland. He also added two touch-downs and long receptions of 33and 40 yards. Garcon’s total signi-fied his third 100-yard receivingcontest and third multiple-touch-down game this season. He alsotopped 100 yards and two touch-

    downs in back-to-back weeks against Tampa Bay (Week 4)and Kansas City (Week 5).Garcon currently leads the team in receiving with 60 recep-tions for 851 yards (14.2 avg.) and six touchdowns. He hasalready established a new career-high in receiving yards,topping his previous total of 784 last season. Garcon’s 14.2average is shy of his career pace (16.3 in 2009) while hissix touchdowns tie his career-best and his 60 receptionsare just short of his personal-high (67 in 2010).In a Week 4 contest at TampaBay, Garcon logged 146 re-ceiving yards on two recep-tions while adding twotouchdowns. Included in hisreceiving high was an 87-yardtouchdown reception fromCurtis Painter in the secondquarter, which was thelongest catch of his career.Garcon also contributed witha 59-yard touchdown in thethird quarter. He became thesixth Colts player in team his-tory with two 50-plus-yard touchdowns in the same game,joining Lenny Moore, Raymond Berry, Roger Carr, MarvinHarrison and Dominic Rhodes, with Harrison, Carr andBerry being the only ones to do it in the same contest viascoring receptions.The following week against Kansas City (Week 5), Garconled the team in receiving for the second consecutive gamewith five receptions for 125 yards and two touchdowns. In-cluded in his receiving total against the Chiefs was a 67-yard touchdown, marking the second longest catch of hiscareer. This season, Garcon has totaled nine catches of20-plus yards. He has also posted three of his four longestreceptions this year.

    Pierre Garcon’s Longest Career ReceptionsYards Opponent Date87t at Tampa Bay 10/3/1167t vs. Kansas City 10/9/1166 at Baltimore 11/22/0959t at Tampa Bay 10/3/11

    Pierre Garcon scores one of histwo touchdowns against Tampa

    Bay in Week 4.

    TEAM HIGHSAgainst the Patriots in Week 13, the Colts converted 10-of-15 third down attempts (67 percent), marking the team’sbest third down conversion percentage in a game this sea-son. Along with a season-high 353 passing yards, Indi-anapolis registered a season-high in total offense with 437yards and tied a season-high in points (24 vs. Kansas Cityon October 9). The Colts scored touchdowns in three oftheir last four possessions of the game, totaling 21 fourthquarter points, which is the highest total in any quarter forthe team this year. The Colts also registered its highest timeof possession this season at 35:39.


    In a Week 8 meeting at Tennessee, Indianapolis generateda season-high 158 rushing yards on 26 collective carriesfor a 6.1 average. In a Week 13 contest against New Eng-land, the Colts produced 99 rushing yards on 31 carries.Through 13 games this season, Indianapolis has totaled1,238 team rushing yards and is on pace for 1,524, whichwould be its most productive season on the ground datingback to 2007.

    Indianapolis Colts Team Rushing TotalsYear Total Yards*2011 1,5242010 1,4832009 1,2942008 1,2742007 1,706

    *Projected total reflecting the team’s current pace


    Running back Delone Carter totalednine carries for 46 yards (5.1 avg.)in a Week 8 meeting at Tennesseeand has added 48 yards since to im-prove his first year totals to 353yards on 92 carries, which rankssecond on the team. Currently,Carter ranks second in the AFC andsixth in the NFL in rushing yardageamong rookies with 353. His 3.8 yards per rush averagealso ranks fifth in the NFL among first year players. Carteris chasing Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray wholeads all rookie rushers with 897 yards on 164 carries.

    NFL Rookie Rushing LeadersPlayer Rushes Yards TDs Avg.DeMarco Murray, Dal. 164 897 2 5.5Roy Helu, Was. 124 582 2 4.7Cam Newton, Car. 107 554 13 5.2Daniel Thomas, Mia. 140 508 0 3.6Mark Ingram, N.O. 122 474 5 3.9Delone Carter, Ind. 92 353 2 3.8


    This season, running back Donald Brown has totaled 99rushes for 425 yards (4.3 avg.) and four touchdowns. Fol-lowing his score against New England in Week 13, Brownset a new career-high with four touchdowns. The previousmark of three was set during his rookie season in 2009. Heis also 73 rushing yards shy of setting a new career-high(497 yards in 2010).Brown logged the second-highest single-game rushing totalof his career with 80 yards on 14 carries vs. Carolina inWeek 12. He also added his third touchdown of the seasonon a 17-yard carry in the second quarter. This year, Brownhas compiled two of his top three single-game rushing per-formances.Date Opp. Att. Yards Avg. TD12/19/10 Jax. 14 129 9.2 111/27/11 Car. 14 80 5.7 111/6/11 Atl. 16 70 4.4 0

    RB-Donald Brown scored his first touchdown of the season in aWeek 6 meeting at Cincinnati.


    Through 13 games this season, the Colts rushing attackhas averaged 4.2 yards per carry, which currently ranksseventh in the AFC and 17th in the NFL. Indianapolis is ona pace for its highest team rushing total in terms of yardagesince 2007. Along with that mark, the team’s rushing aver-age is on pace to finish as the 11th highest for a single sea-son in franchise historyand the most since 2004when the Colts logged a4.33 yards per carry av-erage. As it stands, Don-ald Brown leads all Coltsrunning backs with a 4.3yards per carry average,which would be the besttotal since 2007 whenKenton Keith compiled a4.4 yards per carry aver-age. RB-Donald Brown


    Along with career highs in completions (26) and attempts(49) and 250 passing yards against Tennessee in Week 8,quarterback Curtis Painter also contributed with seven car-ries for 79 yards, which led the team in rushing. His total isthe fourth-highest among all quarterbacks in franchise his-tory and the most since Bert Jones rushed for 92 yardsagainst the New York Jets on October 20, 1974. Painterhas currently totaled 107 rushing yards this season, whichis the most by a quarterback since 2002 when Peyton Man-ning accumulated 148 yards in 16 games.


    In a Week 8 contest at Tennessee, wide receiver ReggieWayne totaled 61 receiving yards and moved past LennyMoore (11,213) for fourth place on the franchise’s all-timescrimmage yards list. After totaling 41 receiving yardsagainst Baltimore in Week 14, Wayne now has 11,496yards from scrimmage. He is 569 yards shy of tying Edger-rin James for the second spot on the list and 3,112 yardsfrom tying the franchise leader, Marvin Harrison.Indianapolis’ All-Time Scrimmage Yards Leaders

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

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

    Rec. Yards Rush. Yards Scrim. Yards11,496 0 11,496





    Wide receiver Pierre Garcon totaled25 receptions for 420 yards and fourtouchdowns in the month of Octoberand he currently leads the Indi-anapolis Colts in receiving with 851yards on 60 receptions. Garcon’sfour receiving touchdowns in themonth ranked first among all AFC re-ceivers and second in the NFL be-hind Calvin Johnson’s five. Over thecourse of October (10/3 at T.B. – 10/30 at Ten.) Garcon im-proved 21 spots among all AFC receivers (ranked tied for24th after Week 3 and finished ranked third) and 40 spotsamong all NFL receivers (tied for 49th after Week 3 and fin-ished ranked ninth) in receiving yards. Below are his totalsby game in the month of October.

    Pierre Garcon’s Receiving Totals in OctoberOpponent Rec. Yards Avg. LG TDsWeek 4 at T.B. 2 146 73.0 87t 2Week 5 vs. K.C. 5 125 25.0 67t 2Week 6 at Cin. 8 52 6.5 12 0Week 7 at N.O. 3 31 10.3 15 0Week 8 at Ten. 7 66 9.4 20 0


    Wide receiver Reggie Wayne to-taled five receptions for 122 yardsand one touchdown against Car-olina in Week 12. He scored hissecond touchdown of the seasonon a 56-yard pass from quarter-back Curtis Painter in the fourthquarter, which was his longest re-ception of the season. Wayne’syardage total also marked the sec-ond 100-yard receiving perform-ance this season. His first came inthe season opener against Houston (106 yards). The following Sunday at New England (Week 13), Wayne(11,496) finished with 55 yards on five receptions and sur-passed Muhsin Muhammad for 21st place on the NFL’s all-time receiving yards list. Wayne remains 409 yards shy ofjumping Michael Irvin for the 20th spot and is 526 yardsfrom passing Hines Ward for 19th place on the list.Wayne has been one of the team’s most reliable receiverssince his NFL debut in 2001. Over his 11 seasons, the vet-eran has totaled 843 receptions for 11,496 yards and 71touchdowns. With three catches against the JacksonvilleJaguars in Week 10, Wayne surpassed Larry Centers (827)for 19th place on the NFL’s all-time receptions list. Wayneenters Sunday’s game against the Titans seven receptionsshy of passing Rod Smith for 18th place on the list.

    CHASING 1,000

    Wide receivers Pierre Garcon and Reggie Wayne havebeen two bright spots on the Colts offense this season. Fol-lowing his third 100-yard receiving performance of the yearagainst New England (Week 13), Garcon not only set a newsingle-game career-high in receiving yards (150), but alsoestablished a career-best for receiving yards in a season(currently with 851). Wayne contributed with 41 receivingyards the following week against the Ravens to bring hisseason total to 748. Both players are looking to reach the1,000-yard receiving plateau this year, which would makethem the first Colts duo to accomplish the feat since 2009(Wayne - 1,264 and Dallas Clark - 1,106). Below is a lookat the current pace for both receivers.

    2011 Season Rec. Yards Avg. TDsGarcon 60 851 14.2 6Current Pace 74 1,047 14.2 72011 Season Rec. Yards Avg. TDsWayne 56 748 13.4 2Current Pace 69 921 13.4 2

    With another 1,000-yard campaign, Wayne would tie Mar-vin Harrison for the team record in 1,000-yard seasons witheight. He is currently one of eight receivers in team historyto accomplish the feat. If Garcon reaches the mark thisyear, he would be the ninth player in club annals.


    Linebacker Pat Angerer leads theColts with 119 tackles (59 solo) andhas participated at both strongsidelinebacker and middle linebacker in In-dianapolis’ first 13 regular seasongames. In a Sunday Night Footballcontest against the Pittsburgh Steelers(Week 3), Angerer established a ca-reer-high 20 tackles (11 solo), whichalso led the team. It was the secondtime this season the second-year vet-eran recorded a career-high, the first coming in the regularseason opener at Houston with 13 tackles (nine solo).With his career-high 20-tackle performance against thePittsburgh Steelers in Week 3 and an additional 99 tacklesin the other 12 contests this season, Angerer ranks third inthe NFL in stops with 119. He sits behind Redskins line-backer London Fletcher (134) and Browns linebackerD’Qwell Jackson (125). Through 13 games this season, An-gerer is averaging 9.2 tackles per game and is on pace tototal 146 this year.


    Defensive end Dwight Freeneyrecorded sack number 101.5 in aWeek 14 meeting against theBaltimore Ravens and becamethe 26th player in NFL history toreach 100.0 for his career. The10-year veteran is the franchise’sall-time sack leader, ranks third inthe NFL among active playersand is currently 23rd in leaguehistory. Freeney has now totaledquarterback takedowns in 75 of

    147 career games and 66 of 127 starts. He owns 25 careermultiple-sack games, has produced sacks against 49 dif-ferent quarterbacks and has sacks against 26 of 31 NFLteams. Below is a look at Freeney’s career sacks break-down. (Stats compiled by Bob Lamey and Craig Kelley)

    NFL Career Sack Leaders (Active Players)138.5 Jason Taylor107.5 John Abraham101.5 Dwight Freeney

    Dwight Freeney’s Sacks By Opponent15.5 Houston13.0 Tennessee9.0 Jacksonville7.0 Cleveland6.5 Cincinnati5.5 Pittsburgh4.0 Baltimore, Dallas, Miami3.0 Minnesota, New England, N.Y. Jets,

    Carolina2.5 Arizona, Denver2.0 Buffalo, Carolina, N.Y. Giants, San Diego,

    San Francisco1.5 Kansas City1.0 Oakland, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Seattle0.5 Tampa Bay0.0 Atlanta, Detroit, Green Bay,

    New Orleans, WashingtonDwight Freeney’s Sacks By Quarterback7.0 David Carr, Steve McNair4.5 Matt Schaub, Ben Roethlisberger4.0 Carson Palmer, David Garrard3.0 Trent Dilfer, Sage Rosenfels,

    Byron Leftwich, Brian Griese, Tom Brady, Billy Volek

    2.0 16 players1.5 two players1.0 16 players0.5 three players


    This season, the Indianapolis Colts have experienced in-juries along the offensive line and have witnessed sevendifferent starting combinations in 13 games thus far. In aWeek 8 contest at Tennessee, Seth Olsen (left guard) andMike Tepper (right guard) each made their first career NFLstarts. One constant on the offensive line has been the duoof Jeff Saturday and Ryan Diem who have started in 141games together dating back to 2001 (Diem’s first year).When the two are starting, the Colts have compiled a col-lective 98-43 record. On two occasions (2002 and 2010)both Saturday and Diem have started all 16 contests in theseason.


    Tight end Dallas Clark finished with one reception in aWeek 14 contest at Baltimore and moved into a tie with BobTucker and Jay Novacek for 20th place on the league’s all-time receptions list by a tight end with 422. Clark is now293 yards shy of surpassing John Mackey for the most re-ceiving yards by a tight end in franchise history.Most Receiving Yards by a Tight End in Colts History

    Player Seasons Rec. Yards TDsJohn Mackey 1963-71 320 5,126 38Dallas Clark 2003-11 422 4,834 46

  • CONSISTENCY IS KEYAlong with their run of nine consecutive postseason berths,the Colts are tied for the best regular season record from1999-2011, 138-67, echoing the success of the team overthe past decade. Indianapolis also has the third-best homewinning percentage (.731) and ranks second in road win-ning percentage (.658) from 2002-11. Consistency andlongevity have allowed Indianapolis to reach 10-plus victo-ries for nine consecutive seasons (2002-10), trailing onlythe San Francisco 49ers’ streak of 16 seasons.

    COLTS ROSTER BREAKDOWNState Most Represented: TexasCollege Most Represented: SyracusePlayer with Most Experience: Adam Vinatieri (16 years)Conference Most Represented: Big 10Average Height: 6-2 (74.1 inches)Average Weight:246.3 lbsAverage Age: 26 years and six months Tallest Player: Anthony Castonzo and Joe Reitz (6-7)Shortest Player: Delone Carter (5-9)Heaviest Player: Joe Reitz and Ryan Diem (320 lbs)Lightest Player: Jacob Lacey (177 lbs)Player who is closest to Indianapolis from hometown:

    Joe Reitz (Indianapolis)Player who is farthest from hometown:

    Austin Collie (El Dorado Hills, CA – 2,162 miles)



    Colts punter Pat McAfee has hada good run in the 2011 campaignas he has totaled a 47.1 grosspunting average on 73 kickswhich ranks sixth in the AFC andninth in the NFL. McAfee hasdropped 17 punts inside the 20yard-line assisting his net averageof 39.1 yards. In a Week 5 meet-ing against Kansas City he regis-tered five punts for a 55.4 average

    and a net average of 47.6 yards. His long punt of 64 yardsin the third quarter is the second longest kick of his career.

    2011 Top AFC Punters in AveragePlayer Punts AverageShane Lechler, Oak. 68 50.7Brandon Fields, Mia. 62 49.5Brian Moorman, Buf. 57 48.5Mike Scifres, S.D. 43 48.1Britton Colquitt, Den. 82 47.7Pat McAfee, Ind. 73 47.1

    THE POINT OF NO RETURNThe 2011 campaign marks the firstseason the NFL moved kickoffsfrom the 30 to the 35-yard line.Through 14 weeks this season, all32 teams have combined for 915touchbacks, which has topped lastyear’s total of 416. Punter PatMcAfee, who also handles kickoffduty, ranks fourth in the league witha 68.2 touchback percentage.McAfee’s season-high of five touchbacks have come ontwo occasions (vs. Kansas City and Pittsburgh).


    The Colts have put forth an effort in trying to createturnovers through 13 games this season. During their Week2 contest against the Browns, the defensive unit forced fourfumbles. Indianapolis forced two fumbles against Pittsburghin Week 3 and added one against Houston (Week 1),Kansas City (Week 5), Carolina (Week 12) and Baltimore(Week 14). This year, the Colts have totaled 10, whichranks tied for seventh with Denver in the AFC.

    CURRENT COLTS’ STREAKS91 Consecutive regular season games in which wide

    receiver Reggie Wayne has caught at least one pass.41.5 The number of sacks defensive end Dwight Freeney

    has registered in his last 58 regular season games.37.5 The number of sacks defensive end Robert Mathis

    has registered in his last 58 regular season games.183 The number of consecutive regular season starts in

    games that center Jeff Saturday has played in (2000).127 Consecutive regular season games in which kicker

    Adam Vinatieri has scored at least one point.29 Consecutive regular season field goals in which kicker

    Adam Vinatieri has converted at Lucas Oil Stadium.


    In a Week 12 meeting againstCarolina, the Panthers lined upfor a field goal at the end of thefirst half, which was blocked bydefensive end Jamaal Ander-son. The play marked the firstfield goal block for the Coltssince December 19, 2004 whenIndianapolis blocked a MattStover attempt. The block isalso the second of Anderson’s career. His first came in 2008in a road contest against the San Diego Chargers when An-derson was a member of the Atlanta Falcons.


    The Indianapolis Colts as-signed Mike Murphy to the de-fensive coordinator positionon Tuesday, November 29.Murphy is in his 27th seasonas an NFL coach and 14thyear with the Colts as theteam’s linebackers coachprior to being elevated to de-fensive coordinator. He iscoaching a linebacker rotation

    of Pat Angerer (MLB), Kavell Conner (WLB) and PhilipWheeler (SLB) who have combined for 36 of a possible 39starts this season. The group currently represents three ofthe top four tacklers on the team as Angerer ranks third inthe NFL with 119 stops.In 2010, Murphy’s linebacking unit was resilient as GaryBrackett (12) and rookies, Angerer (11) and Conner (nine)produced the most starts. Wheeler was the lone 16-gameparticipant among the group. Angerer (75) and Brackett(74) ranked second and third on the squad in tackles, whileAngerer earned NFL All-Rookie honors by the PFW/PFWAand The Sporting News for his efforts. Murphy’s linebackingcorps assisted the defense in holding six opponents tounder 100 rushing yards while ranking sixth in the NFL inpassing defense and eighth in scoring defense in 2009.Four different linebackers produced sacks while Brackett(115) and Clint Session (104) each recorded over 100 tack-les. In 2007, the Colts defense ranked third in the league,which was the club’s highest position since 1971. It wasalso the team’s fourth top 10 defensive ranking since mov-ing to Indianapolis.Murphy began his coaching career at Woonsocket (SouthDakota) High School in 1966 and after four years in theprep ranks, earned his first collegiate position at Vermontas the school’s defensive line coach in 1970. Murphylogged his first defensive coordinator stint at Idaho State in1976 and after two years at Western Illinois, he held thesame role for five seasons with the SaskatchewanRoughriders of the Canadian Football League (1979-83).Murphy spent one year with the Chicago Blitz of the USFLin 1984 before making his NFL coaching debut with the De-troit Lions in 1985 as the team’s linebackers coach. Hecoached inside linebackers for the Arizona Cardinals (1990-93), spent one year in the pro personnel department of theCarolina Panthers (1994) and coached on the Seattle Sea-hawks staff (1995-97) prior to joining the Colts.



    The Indianapolis Colts have launched the team’s newmedia website, Media outlets can accessup-to-date Colts information, including press releases, tran-scripts, daily notes, game releases and mediaschedules/availabilities. The site also offers access to the2011 media guide as well as the ability to request seasonand game-by-game credentials.The media site includes a link to where additionalmaterial can be found such as updated rosters, feature sto-ries, video and other content surrounding the also allows access to Indianapolis’ socialmedia sites (Facebook and Twitter).Upon arrival to the site, media members will be required toregister to set up a username and password. Material fromthe 2011 season as well as achieved information will bereadily accessible.


    Indianapolis Colts defensive end RobertMathis has been selected by his team-mates as the recipient of the 2011 EdBlock Courage Award. The award is anannual recognition for courageous playby an individual and Mathis is one of 32National Football League players who

    earned the accolade. The players of each member clubnominate an individual annually and those chosen are hon-ored at a banquet in Baltimore, Maryland each March.“Robert competes with dedication and inspiration on thegridiron and it’s no surprise to me that his teammates haveselected him as this year’s recipient,” said Colts HeadCoach Jim Caldwell. “I am amazed at the level of intensityRobert plays with each week and he is a true professionalin every way.”In 13 games this season, Mathis has totaled 38 tackles (22solo) and ranks second on the team with 5.5 sacks. Mathishas also contributed with one forced fumble, one fumble re-covery and one pass defensed. The award is named after Ed Block who was the head ath-letic trainer for the Baltimore Colts from 1954-1977. Heserved as trainer emeritus with the club until he passedaway in 1983.

  • A STRONG STARTIn his first career NFL start in a Week4 contest at Tampa Bay, quarterbackCurtis Painter set career highs inpassing yards (281), touchdowns(two), and quarterback rating (99.4,now second best). His 281 passingyards marked the highest total for anIndianapolis quarterback this season,at the time, besting Kerry Collins’ totalof 197 at Houston (Week 1). In the

    second quarter, Painter found wide receiver Pierre Garconfor an 87-yard touchdown pass to give the Colts a 10-0lead. The pass was the fifth longest in franchise history andthe longest since Peyton Manning completed an 86-yardtouchdown strike on November 18, 2001 against New Or-leans. The touchdown also marked the longest scoringdrive of the season totaling three plays for 98 yards. Thedrive started on the Indianapolis two-yard line.

    SUCCESS THROUGH THE AIRCurtis Painter passed for 281 and 277 yards in his first twostarts (at Tampa Bay in Week 4; vs. Kansas City in Week5), which marked the only time in the club’s Indianapolisera a quarterback has topped 250 passing yards in each ofhis first two career starts.



    In nine games this season (eightstarts), quarterback Curtis Painterhas completed 132-of-243 passesfor 1,541 yards, six touchdownsand nine interceptions for a 66.6quarterback rating. Against KansasCity (Week 5) in his second start ofthe season Painter finished thecontest having completed a then-career-high 15 passes for 277yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions for a 115.8quarterback rating. His first half passing total of 237 yardsagainst the Chiefs was the 11th-highest total for a Coltsquarterback in a first half in franchise history. The 237 pass-ing yards in the first half was also the ninth-highest grosspassing yardage total in team annals. Painter led the Coltson a 12-play, 80-yard drive on the team’s first possessionof the game. The series was capped by a Pierre Garconsix-yard touchdown reception. The drive marked the firstoccasion this season Indianapolis scored a touchdown onits opening offensive series. Painter led two other scoringdrives in the first half, which included a 67-yard strike toGarcon in the second quarter and an 80-yard drive en routeto a Delone Carter touchdown in the second quarter.

    ORLOVSKY TAKES THE REIGNSQuarterback Dan Orlovskymade his first career start in aColts uniform against New Eng-land (Week 13). The seven-yearveteran threw for a career-highand Colts season-high 353passing yards while guiding theteam to a season-best 437 netyards. Orlovsky completed 30-of-37 passes for an 81.1 com-pletion percentage, which wasthe ninth highest percentage for

    a single-game in franchise history. He also posted twostretches during the game where he completed seven con-secutive passes. Orlovsky was crucial in helping the Coltsconvert a season-high 10-of-15 third downs (67 percent),which was the best mark this season, topping a Week 6performance at Cincinnati (50 percent).“Dan’s been in the league a little while, and he’s got expe-rience in that regard,” said Jim Caldwell. “He was able tocatch onto our system pretty quickly, even when he washere during preseason. One of the things that we all sort ofmarveled at was how quickly he was able kind of adapt andadjust, but I think that’s the thing that you find out with theolder guys in the league. They understand systems well,and they can just sort of do a real good job of being able totranslate the information and function fairly quickly.”

    STARTING EXPERIENCEFollowing his second start of the season last Sundayagainst Baltimore, Dan Orlovsky has competed in 18 con-tests with nine starts. In his career, he has completed 211-of-367 passes for 2,290 yards, 11 touchdowns and 10interceptions. His previous starting experience all came in2008 when he was a member of the Detroit Lions. In sevengames with the Lions that year, Orlovsky totaled 1,616yards. In his second start that year at Houston (October19), he tallied the third-highest single-game passing totalof his career with 265 yards and one touchdown. In thatgame, he also completed the second-longest pass in De-troit franchise history with a 96-yard touchdown strike toCalvin Johnson.

    UCONN PRESENCEDan Orlovsky graduated from the University of Connecticutin 2005 having set many school records, which still standtoday. In Orlovsky’s collegiate career (2001-04), he estab-lished school-bests for passing attempts (1,567), comple-tions (916), net yards (10,706) and touchdowns (84).


    Wide receiver ReggieWayne contributed with hissecond-highest receivingyardage total last season(1,355), his best since 2007when he logged his career-high 1,510 yards. Datingback to 2004, Wayne hascompiled 1,000-plus receiv-ing yards in each seasonand leads all active wide re-ceivers for most consecutive1,000-plus yard campaignswith seven.Since 2004, Wayne leads allNFL receivers in receptionsand receiving yards whileranking fifth in touchdowns. Below are the totals since ‘04.

    Most Receptions in the NFL from 2004-2011Player ReceptionsReggie Wayne 699Larry Fitzgerald 675Tony Gonzalez 674

    Most Receiving Yards in the NFL from 2004-2011Player YardsReggie Wayne 9,597Larry Fitzgerald 9,296Andre Johnson 8,659

    Most Touchdowns in the NFL from 2004-2011Player TouchdownsRandy Moss 76Antonio Gates 73Terrell Owens 72Larry Fitzgerald 72Reggie Wayne 60

    Reggie Wayne ranks second in thefranchise in receptions, yards andtouchdowns by a wide receiver.


    Wide receiver Reggie Wayne is one of eight different Coltsreceivers to have posted at least one 1,000-yard receivingseason in franchise history. With his seventh consecutive1,000-yard campaign in 2010, Wayne ranks second only toMarvin Harrison (eight) in 1,000-yard seasons and can tiethe team record by reaching the plateau this year. Through13 games, Wayne has caught 56 passes for 748 yards andtwo touchdowns and is on pace for 921 yards. Below is thelist of Colts receivers who have topped the mark.

    Seasons Player Years8 Marvin Harrison 1999-20067 Reggie Wayne 2004-20101 Raymond Berry 19601 Bill Brooks 19861 Roger Carr 19761 Dallas Clark 20091 Brandon Stokley 20041 Reggie Langhorne 1993


    Wide receiver Reggie Waynecaught three passes for 24 yardsagainst the Steelers in Week 3.On his second reception in thesecond quarter, Wayne recordedhis 800th career catch and be-came the 24th receiver in NFL his-tory to reach the milestone. Thefollowing week against TampaBay, Wayne totaled 59 yards and

    became the 24th player in league history to surpass 11,000-plus career receiving yards.


    After finishing with three receptions against Jacksonville inWeek 10, wide receiver Reggie Wayne has now accumu-lated 109 career catches against the Jaguars, which tiedhis own record for the most receptions by one Colts re-ceiver against any NFL team in club history. When lookingat the rest of the AFC South Division, Wayne leads the fran-chise with 109 receptions against Houston and recently sur-passed former teammate Marvin Harrison for the mostcatches against Tennessee when he caught five in a Week8 meeting at LP Field.Colts Top Three Reception Leaders Vs. AFC South Opp.

    Vs. TexansPlayer CatchesWayne 109Harrison 80Clark 71

    Vs. JaguarsPlayer CatchesWayne 109Clark 54Harrison 54

    Vs. TitansPlayer CatchesWayne 87Harrison 84Clark 51



    Reggie Wayne has tallied over 100 catches against AFCSouth Division rivals Houston and Jacksonville and remains13 catches shy of topping 100 receptions against the Ten-nessee Titans. When Wayne accomplishes the feat, he willbe one of eight NFL receivers who have totaled 100-pluscareer catches against three or more different opponents.Those who have reached the plateau include: Tim Brown(four), Chris Carter (four), Andre Reed (four), Art Monk(three), Jerry Rice (three), Rod Smith (three) and HinesWard (three).

  • Wide receiver ReggieWayne led the Colts in re-ceiving with seven catchesfor 106 yards and onetouchdown in the team’sseason opener at Hous-ton. His receiving totalmarked his 36th regularseason contest reachingthe 100-yard plateau.Quarterback Kerry Collinsfound Wayne in the backof the endzone for a six-yard strike in the fourthquarter, which signified theteam’s first points of the2011 campaign. The

    touchdown for Wayne was the 70th of his career and the11-year veteran has now caught at least one touchdownpass in the last five season-openers dating back to 2007.Below is a look at the last five season-opening games forWayne dating back to ‘07.Year Opp. No. Yards Avg. LG TD2011 Hou. 7 106 15.1 36 12010 Hou. 7 99 14.1 22 12009 Jax. 10 162 16.2 39 12008 Chi. 10 86 8.6 18 12007 N.O. 7 115 16.4 45t 2


    Wide receiver Reggie Wayne makesone of his seven catches againstHouston in Week 1.

    WAYNE’S CAREER BEST GAMESReceptions Receiving Yards15, at Jacksonville (10/3/10) 200 vs. Dallas (12/5/10)14, vs. Dallas (12/5/10) 196 at Jacksonville (10/3/10)12, two times 184 vs. Green Bay (9/26/04)Last vs. San Francisco (11/1/09)Long Reception Receiving Touchdowns71t, at Denver (1/2/05) 3 at Denver (10/29/06)66t, at Cincinnati (11/20/05) 2, seven times65t, 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)

    TWO FOR ‘10

    Reggie Wayne set two career bests in 2010, one of whichalso served as a franchise record. In a Week 13 gameagainst Dallas, he set a new career-high with 200 receivingyards, which was only the fourth 200-plus yard contest bya Colts receiver. Wayne also set a personal best and teamrecord with 15 receptions in a Week 4 meeting at Jack-sonville. Nine weeks later, Wayne fell one catch shy ofmatching his season and career-high, totaling 14 againstDallas. Only two other receivers in Colts history havereached 14 catches in a single game (Marvin Harrison -12/26/99 & 11/17/02 and Dallas Clark - 11/8/09).


    Last season, Reggie Wayne was named to his fifth ProBowl and became the 34th NFL player to surpass 10,000career receiving yards. He also became the seventh NFLreceiver with three or more 100-plus catch seasons and the11th player to post back-to-back 100-plus catch campaigns.


    Reggie Wayne has been one of themost productive wide receivers infranchise history. Since his rookiecampaign in 2001, the Colts havereaped the benefits of Wayne’s highlevel of play and the results haveshown in the win/loss column.Below are Indianapolis’ record to-tals when Wayne reaches a certainmilestone in single games.When Wayne Records 100-Plus Receiving Yards

    On 37 occasions, the Colts are 26-11When Wayne Records Eight-Plus Receptions

    On 26 occasions, the Colts are 17-9When Wayne Scores At Least One Touchdown

    On 62 occasions, the Colts are 49-13When Wayne Totals At Least a 15.0 Yards Per Catch

    Average (Min. Five Rec.)On 29 occasions, the Colts are 22-7

    Wide receiver Reggie Wayne caught three touchdowns in a 34-31victory at Denver in 2006.


  • ADDAI’S CAREER BEST GAMESRushes Rushing Yards26 vs. New England (11/4/07) 171 vs. Philadelphia (11/26/06)24 vs. Philadelphia (11/26/06) 136 vs. Denver (9/30/07)23, two times 128 at Washington (10/17/10)Last at Carolina (10/28/07)Long Rush Rushing Touchdowns46 at Washington (10/17/10) 4 vs. Philadelphia (11/26/06)41 vs. Cincinnati (12/18/06) 2, six times29 at Houston (12/24/06) Last at Jacksonville (9/21/08)Rushing Avg. (Min. 10 rushes)7.7 on 11 att. vs. Washington (10/22/06)7.5 on 17 att. at Washington (10/17/10)7.2 on 19 att. vs. Denver (9/30/07)


    Running back Joseph Addai has compiled 4,355 rushing yards in his career, which ranksseventh among Colts rushers in team history. Addai’s 39 rushing touchdowns rank seventhin franchise history and he owns two of the 14 double-digit rushing TD seasons in club an-nals (12 in 2007 and 10 in 2009). Addai has 48 career touchdowns (39 rushing and ninereceiving). He also threw one touchdown pass in 2009.In his career, Addai has also contributed with eight 100-plus rushing games, seven multi-ple-rushing touchdown games and five contests with a rushing and receiving touchdowneach. In 2011, Addai has a chance to move up the franchise charts significantly. Below is a lookat where he sits entering the year.

    Colts All-Time Rushing Yardage LeadersRank Player Yards1. Edgerrin James 9,2262. Lydell Mitchell 5,4873. Marshall Faulk 5,3204. Eric Dickerson 5,1945. Lenny Moore 5,1746. Tom Matte 4,6467. Joseph Addai 4,355

    Colts All-Time Rushing Touchdown LeadersRank Player TDs1. Edgerrin James 642. Lenny Moore 633. Tom Matte 454. Marshall Faulk 425. Alan Ameche 40

    Don McCauley 407. Joseph Addai 39

    Colts All-Time Total Touchdown LeadersRank Player TDs1. Marvin Harrison 1282. Lenny Moore 1133. Edgerrin James 754. Reggie Wayne 705. Raymond Berry 686. Don McCauley 587. Tom Matte 578. Marshall Faulk 519. Jimmy Orr 5010. Joseph Addai 48


    Running back Joseph Addai wasted no time showing Coltsfans he was an asset in the backfield. The Houston nativecompeted in all 16 games during his rookie season (2006)and accumulated 1,081 yards while adding seven touch-downs. The following season, Addai again topped the1,000-yard mark (1,072) while posting a career-high 12TDs. With back-to-back 1,000-yard campaigns in his firsttwo years as a pro, Addai joins only Edgerrin James andMarshall Faulk as the only two Colts running backs to se-cure back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons as a pro.

    Player Years (Yardage)Marshall Faulk 1994 (1,282), 1995 (1,078)Edgerrin James 1999 (1,553), 2000 (1,709)Joseph Addai 2006 (1,081), 2007 (1,072)


    2007 Pro BowlIn 15 games, 261 carries for 1,072 yards and

    12 touchdowns2006 AFC Offensive POW (11/26)

    24 carries for 171 yards and four TDs vs.Philadelphia

    2006 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month (Nov.)68 carries for 342 yards and six touchdowns


  • FREENEY’S CAREER BEST GAMESSacks Forced Fumbles3.0, three times 3, two timesLast vs. Cincinnati (12/18/06) Last vs. Cincinnati (12/18/06)Fumble Recoveries Passes Defensed1, three times 2 vs. Jacksonville (9/18/05)Last vs. Atlanta (12/14/03)


    Colts defensive end DwightFreeney, now in his 10th season, isthe team’s all-time leader in sackswith 101.5. He is the only player infranchise history with seven dou-ble-digit sack seasons (2002-05,08-10), which includes the 10.0 henotched last year. Freeney topped100 career sacks with two he

    recorded against Baltimore in Week 14. He has also logged25 multiple-sack games. In 2004, he posted 16 sacks to be-come the first Colts player to lead the NFL in the category.Freeney earned a Pro Bowl berth for his performance in ‘04and has nabbed the honor on five other occasions (‘03, ‘05,‘08, ‘09, ‘10).

    Indianapolis Colts All-Time Sack LeadersRank Player Sacks1. Dwight Freeney 101.52. Robert Mathis 79.53. Duane Bickett 50.0


    The Indianapolis Colts have witnessed much success whenDwight Freeney is at his best on the defensive line. Theteam holds an impressive 56-19 record when Freeney tal-lies at least one sack and a 26-8 mark when he forces afumble. The records date back to his rookie season in 2002.Currently, Freeney’s 101.5 sacks and 43 career forced fum-bles, both rank first in the NFL since 2002. TeammateRobert Mathis is tied for the second spot on the league’slist with 37 forced fumbles in his career.

    Most Sacks in NFL from 2002-2011Rank Player Sacks1. Dwight Freeney 101.52. Jared Allen 100.53. Jason Taylor 99.0

    Most Forced Fumbles in NFL from 2002-2011Rank Player FF1. Dwight Freeney 432. Robert Mathis 37

    Jason Taylor 37


    The Indianapolis defensive line has shown much produc-tion with Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis in the lineup.Dating back to 1982 when sacks became an official stat inthe NFL, the two defensive ends have totaled 11 seasonswith 10-plus sacks combined. In four of those years (2004,‘05, ‘08 and ‘10) Freeney and Mathis each recorded 10-plus sacks.Indianapolis Colts 10-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 2003Dwight Freeney, DE 11.0 2005Vernon 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


    Defensive ends Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis alwayspose a threat considering the 181.0 combined sacks be-tween the two. Both have a knack for stepping up in clutchsituations as well as the two have each recorded their high-est amount of sacks on third downs. This season, nine ofthe 13 sacks between the two players have come on thirddown. Below is a career sack listing by down for Freeneyand Mathis.

    Dwight Freeney Career Sacks By Down1st - 30.52nd - 29.03rd - 41.04th - 1.0

    Total - 101.5Robert Mathis Career Sacks By Down

    1st - 23.52nd - 15.53rd - 39.54th - 1.0

    Total - 79.5



    As a sixth-round draft pick in 2006 by the Colts, AntoineBethea was quickly inserted into the lineup and has startedall 88 games he has participated in dating back to his rookiecampaign. The Savannah, Georgia native has totaled 665tackles, 12 interceptions, 24 passes defensed, four forcedfumbles, three fumble recoveries and half of a sack. Betheahas also earned two Pro Bowl nominations (2007, ‘09) inhis tenure with the team.


    Safety Antoine Bethea has been aleader in the defensive backfield forthe Colts since his rookie season in2006. Along with leading the teamand topping the 100-plus tackle markfor the last three years, Bethea hasalso paced the Colts in interceptionsover the last six seasons since hetook over the starting role. Below is alook at Bethea’s leading numbers.

    Bethea’s Team-Leading Tackle Totals2010 - 106 (77 solo)2009 - 120 (75 solo)2008 - 126 (83 solo): Career-High

    Colts Interception Leaders (2006-11)1. Antoine Bethea 122. Kelvin Hayden 93. Melvin Bullitt 74. Gary Brackett 65. Jerraud Powers 5


    Robert Mathis has totaled 79.5 ca-reer sacks in his nine-year careerwith the Colts, which ranks secondin club history behind DwightFreeney’s 101.5. In 2005, he regis-tered a sack in 11 of 13 games andset an NFL record with sacks ineight consecutive contests to starta season. Mathis has 18 multiple-sack games in his career and two

    three-plus sack games. He had a streak of three consecu-tive multiple-sack games in 2008 at San Diego (11/23), atCleveland (11/30) and vs. Cincinnati (12/7).

    MATHIS’ CAREER BEST GAMESSacks Forced Fumbles3.0, two times 3 vs. Houston (11/14/04)Last vs. Baltimore (10/12/08) 2, two times

    Last vs. Seattle (10/4/09)Fumble Recoveries Passes Defensed1, 12 times 2 at New England (11/5/06)Last vs. Pittsburgh (9/25/11)


    Dating back to his rookie season in 2003, Robert Mathisleads the Colts defense in forced fumbles with 37, toppinghis counterpart on the opposite end of the defensive line,

    Dwight Freeney who has34. Dating back to ‘03,Mathis has competed intwo more games thanFreeney and this seasonboth players have eachcombined for three forcedfumbles as Indianapolisranks tied for seventh inthe AFC with 10.

    Defensive end Robert Mathis forces and recovers his first fumble of theseason in Week 3 vs. Pittsburgh

    Robert Mathis recorded one of his two career three-plus sack gamesagainst Baltimore on October 12, 2008.




    Through 13 games this season, Bethea has accumulated113 tackles (59 solo), which ranks second on the team andtied for seventh in the NFL while adding seven passes de-fensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. Withhis current tackle total, he is on pace to finish with 139stops, which would surpass his career-high of 126 (2008).Bethea also set a new career-high in passes defensed(seven) after totaling one in Week 14 vs. Baltimore. In eachof the last three seasons, he has led the Colts defense intackles, posting over 100 in each of those campaigns.

  • VINATIERI’S CAREER BEST GAMESField Goals Made Field Goal Attempts5, Two Times 6 vs. Jacksonville (9/22/96)Last vs. Buffalo (11/14/04) 5, Four Times

    Last vs. Buffalo (11/14/04)Extra Points Made Extra Points Attempted6, Five Times 6, Five TimesLast at Baltimore (12/9/07) Last at Baltimore (12/9/07)Longest Field Goal57 at Chicago (11/10/02)55 at St. Louis (12/13/98)54 vs. Cleveland (12/9/01)


    Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri has recorded a streak of 127consecutive regular season games in which he has scoredat least one point. The streak dates back to September 14,2003 in a contest at Philadelphia where he totaled one fieldgoal and added four extra points. Since the streak, Vinatierihas been part of one Super Bowl championship, earnedone Pro Bowl nomination and has totaled nine game-win-ning field goals.


    Now in his 16th NFL season, Adam Vinatieri holds an 82.8career field goal percentage having converted 379-of-458kicks. He will look to improve on that percentage this yearas he currently ranks 11th all-time in the NFL in the cate-gory.NFL’S Most Accurate Kickers in the Regular Season

    (Minimum 100 FGM)Pct. Name Team FGM FGA86.5 Nate Kaeding San Diego 173 20086.5 Mike Vanderjagt Dallas 230 26686.0 Robbie Gould Chicago 184 21485.8 Shayne Graham Miami 212 24785.8 Rob Bironas Tennessee 181 21184.4 Stephen Gostkowski New England 135 16083.7 Matt Stover Colts 471 56383.6 Matt Bryant Atlanta 194 23283.3 Ryan Longwell Minnesota 355 42682.9 Phil Dawson Cleveland 272 32882.8 Adam Vinatieri Colts 379 458Vinatieri has totaled 1,723 ca-reer points (including one two-point conversion in 1998),which ranks ninth in the NFL.With eight points against Car-olina (Week 12), he surpassedNick Lowery (1,711) for theninth spot. Vinatieri’s 379 totalfield goals converted are ninth-best in the league and with fivemore, he will pass Lowery forthe eighth spot.


    Below is a look at the 23 victories in which Adam Vinatierihas kicked game-winning field goals in the final minute ofthe fourth quarter 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 23-20*All FGs 1996-2005 came while with New England+Super Bowl XXXVI#Super Bowl XXXVIII


    Kicker Adam Vinatieri has converted his last 29 regular sea-son field goal attempts at Lucas Oil Stadium dating back tothe 2009 campaign. In 2010, Vinatieri was perfect at home,splitting the uprights on all 16 of his attempts.


    Now into his 16th NFL season, Adam Vinatieri has accu-mulated 1,723 points as a member of New England and In-dianapolis. With his current total, he leads the entire AFCin scoring among active players.Player Seasons PointsAdam Vinatieri, Ind. 16 (1996-2011) 1,723Sebastian Janikowski, Oak. 12 (2000-2011) 1,238Phil Dawson, Cle. 13 (1999-2011) 1,139


  • ADAM VINATIERI VS. NFLOpponents Home (With Patriots) Home (With Colts) Home (Total) Road Total

    FG-FGA FG-FGA FG-FGA FG-FGA FG-FGABuffalo 18-28 1-1 19-29 11-19 30-48Miami 20-23 2-2 22-25 14-16 36-41New England 0-0 3-4 3-4 3-5 6-9New York Jets 16-17 1-1 17-18 18-20 35-38Baltimore 5-5 1-1 6-6 4-4 10-10Cincinnati 3-3 5-5 8-8 2-3 11-12Cleveland 5-8 4-4 9-12 4-6 13-18Pittsburgh 3-3 2-2 5-5 9-10 14-15Houston 0-0 11-11 11-11 9-13 20-24Indianapolis 14-15 0-0 14-15 11-11 25-26Jacksonville 7-8 3-4 10-12 8-10 18-22Tennessee 3-5 7-7 10-12 9-11 19-23Denver 2-3 1-1 3-4 15-18 16-20Kansas City 9-10 7-6 16-19 3-5 19-24Oakland 1-1 0-0 1-1 5-6 6-7San Diego 6-8 0-0 6-8 4-7 10-15Dallas 4-4 0-0 4-4 2-2 6-6New York Giants 4-5 1-1 5-6 5-5 10-11Philadelphia 0-0 1-1 1-1 5-6 6-7Washington 3-4 3-3 6-7 3-6 9-13Chicago 1-1 2-2 3-3 5-5 8-8Detroit 0-0 1-1 1-1 5-5 6-6Green Bay 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-1 2-3Minnesota 1-2 0-0 1-2 3-4 4-6Atlanta 1-1 0-0 1-1 3-3 4-4Carolina 0-0 1-1 1-1 3-3 4-4New Orleans 1-2 2-2 3-4 3-3 6-7Tampa Bay 1-2 2-2 3-4 1-2 4-6Arizona 1-2 0-0 1-2 4-5 5-7St. Louis 1-1 0-0 1-1 8-8 9-9San Francisco 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2Seattle 3-3 2-2 3-3 0-0 3-3Totals 136-168 64-68 200-236 179-222 379-458Percentage 81.0 94.1 84.7 80.6 82.8

    Opponents 0-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Totals Pct.Home (w/ Patriots) 3-3 53-54 39-47 36-56 5-8 136-168 81.0Home (w/ Colts) 2-2 18-18 26-27 15-16 3-5 64-68 94.1Away 4-4 68-72 56-71 47-63 4-12 179-222 80.6Totals 9-9 139-144 121-145 98-135 12-25 379-458 82.8



    Total Rush Pass AFC NFLWeek 1 (after Hou.) 236.0 64.0 172.0 15-13-12 28-26T-24Week 2 (after Cle.) 260.5 86.5 174.0 15-13-14 29-23-27Week 3 (after Pit.) 254.0 90.0 164.0 15-11-14 29-21-27Week 4 (after T.B.) 270.0 83.0 187.0 15-14-14 30-28-26TWeek 5 (after K.C.) 287.0 82.0 205.0 15-14-13 30-30-25TWeek 6 (after Cin.) 284.7 84.0 200.7 15-13-14 31-28-28Week 7 (after N.O.) 280.0 94.1 185.9 15-13-14 30-25-27Week 8 (after Ten.) 294.9 102.1 192.8 15-13-13 30-22-27Week 9 (after Atl.) 282.8 100.0 182.8 15-13-14 31-23-28Week 10 (after Jax.) 275.7 98.4 177.3 15-13-14 31-23-30Week 11 (after Bye) 275.7 98.4 177.3 15-13-14 31-25-30Week 12 (after Car.) 280.0 99.0 181.0 15-13-14 31-25-28Week 13 (after N.E.) 293.1 99.0 194.1 14-14-13 29-26-26TWeek 14 (after Bal.) 283.4 95.2 188.2 15-14-13 31-28-27Week 15 (after Ten.)Week 16 (after Hou.)Week 17 (after Jax.)DEFENSIVE RANKINGS - WEEK BY WEEK

    Total Rush Pass AFC NFLWeek 1 (after Hou.) 384.0 167.0 217.0 12-14-10 20-29-14Week 2 (after Cle.) 343.5 136.5 207.0 10-16-7 16-29-10Week 3 (after Pit.) 365.0 113.3 251.7 11-11-11 19-22-18Week 4 (after T.B.) 390.3 130.0 257.3 12-15-11 25-28-20Week 5 (after K.C.) 399.4 145.2 254.2 12-16-11 26-31-19Week 6 (after Cin.) 392.5 136.7 255.8 13-16-11 27-30-18Week 7 (after N.O.) 416.0 150.9 265.1 14-16-13 30-31-23Week 8 (after Ten.) 402.9 144.0 258.9 15-16-12 31-31-22Week 9 (after Atl.) 406.1 146.1 260.0 15-16-13 31-31-24Week 10 (after Jax.) 390.6 145.6 245.0 15-16-12 30-31-21Week 11 (after Bye) 390.6 145.6 245.0 15-16-13 29-31-22Week 12 (after Car.) 389.4 150.6 238.7 15-16-12 29-31-18Week 13 (after N.E.) 387.1 144.2 242.9 15-15-13 28-30-22Week 14 (after Bal.) 384.8 144.3 240.5 15-15-14 28-30-21Week 15 (after Ten.)Week 16 (after Hou.)Week 17 (after Jax.)


    For the first time in NFL history,America’s biggest game will behosted in Indianapolis. SuperBowl XLVI wil be showcased atLucas Oil Stadium on Feb. 5,2012. The city was awarded the bid in

    May of 2008 and it will be tacked on to a long list ofpremier events the city has hosted in the past suchas the 1982 National Sports Festival, the 1987 PanAm Games, the Indianapolis 500, the Brickyard 400and numerous NCAA Final Fours.Indianapolis has invested more than $3 billion in threeyears in its hospitality industry, including a new sta-dium, an expanded convention center, a new airport,a 1,600-room hotel complex and major investmentsto existing downtown hotels.The 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committeewas able to quickly secure 8,000 volunteers to helpexecute the Super Bowl surroundings, including theSuper Bowl village. The village will transform down-town Indy into a 10-day, three-block interactive festi-val of football.

    Super Bowl I-XLVI Host Cities Host City Super BowlsSouth Florida 10 New Orleans 9 Los Angeles 7 Tampa Bay 4 San Diego 3 Arizona 2 Atlanta 2 Detroit 2 Houston 2 Indianapolis 1 Jacksonville 1 Minneapolis 1 North Texas 1 Stanford 1

    CREDENTIAL DEADLINE NOTICEAll requests for Colts single-game regular season creden-tials can be applied for by visiting andclicking on the “credential request” tab on the left side. Re-quests will go to Public Relations Coordinator PamHumphrey. If you are having trouble with the site, you canemail your request to:[email protected] Please be sure to include your media outlet information inthe email. Requests are due the Tuesday before eachgame, but no later than Thursday. Below is the deadline forthe Colts meeting vs. Houston (Week 16).Game 15, Thursday, December 22 vs. HoustonCredential requests are due: Tuesday, December 20 - Noon


  • Underlined = Rookie in 2011

    WR 87 Reggie Wayne 17 Austin Collie

    LT 74 Anthony Castonzo

    LG 76 Joe Reitz

    C 63 Jeff Saturday 78 Mike Pollak

    RG 71 Ryan Diem 61 Jamey Richard

    RT 72 Jeff Linkenbach 69 Quinn Ojinnaka

    TE 44 Dallas Clark 81 Brody Eldridge 84 Jacob Tamme83 Anthony Hill

    WR 85 Pierre Garcon 11 Anthony Gonzalez

    QB 18 Peyton Manning 7 Curtis Painter 6 Dan Orlovsky

    H-B 17 Austin Collie 84 Jacob Tamme 47 Ryan Mahaffey42 Jerome Felton

    RB 29 Joseph Addai 34 Delone Carter 31 Donald Brown

    LE 98 Robert Mathis 90 Jamaal Anderson 97 Mario Addison

    LDT 95 Fili Moala

    RDT 99 Antonio Johnson 91 Ricardo Mathews

    RE 93 Dwight Freeney 96 Tyler Brayton 92 Jerry Hughes

    SLB 50 Philip Wheeler 54 Zac Diles 57 Kevin Bentley

    MLB 51 Pat Angerer 52 A.J. Edds

    WLB 53 Kavell Conner 55 Ernie Sims 56 Scott Lutrus

    LCB 27 Jacob Lacey 21 Kevin Thomas 37 Brandon King

    RCB 36 Chris Rucker 20 Mike Holmes

    SS 30 David Caldwell 35 Joe Lefeged

    FS 41 Antoine Bethea 26 Jermale Hines

    P 1 Pat McAfee

    PK 4 Adam Vinatieri 1 Pat McAfee

    H 1 Pat McAfee 84 Jacob Tamme

    KC 48 Justin Snow 84 Jacob Tamme

    PC 48 Justin Snow 84 Jacob Tamme

    KR 35 Joe Lefeged

    PR 85 Pierre Garcon 35 Joe Lefeged

    * Indicates PUP

    Colts Pronunciations

    RB - Joseph Addai (uh-DIE) DB - Jerraud Powers (juh-ROD)

    DB - Antoine Bethea (buh-THAY) OT - Joe Reitz (RIGHTS)

    RB - Delone Carter (deh-LON) TE - Jacob Tamme (Tammy)

    OT - Ryan Diem (DEEM) K - Adam Vinatieri (vin-a-TERRY)

    OG - Ben Ijalana (eye-juh-lah-nuh)

    DB - Joe Lefeged (lah-FEJ)

    DT - Fili Moala (FEE-lee) (Muh-wa-luh)





  • 12/12/2011


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

    6 Orlovsky, Dan QB 6-5 230 7 Connecticut 97 Addison, Mario DE 6-3 252 R Troy

    7 Painter, Curtis QB 6-4 230 3 Purdue 90 Anderson, Jamaal DE 6-6 272 4 Arkansas

    18 Manning, Peyton QB 6-5 230 14 Tennessee 96 Brayton, Tyler DE 6-6 280 9 Colorado

    93 Freeney, Dwight DE 6-1 268 10 Syracuse

    RUNNING BACKS (5) 92 Hughes, Jerry DE 6-2 255 2 TCU

    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College 99 Johnson, Antonio DT 6-3 310 5 Mississippi State

    29 Addai, Joseph RB 5-11 214 6 LSU 91 Mathews, Ricardo DT 6-3 294 2 Cincinnati

    31 Brown, Donald RB 5-10 210 3 Connecticut 98 Mathis, Robert DE 6-2 245 9 Alabama A&M

    34 Carter, Delone RB 5-9 225 R Syracuse 95 Moala, Fili DT 6-4 303 3 USC

    42 Felton, Jerome FB 6-0 246 4 Furman

    47 Mahaffey, Ryan FB 6-4 262 R Northern Iowa LINEBACKERS (8)

    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College

    WIDE RECEIVERS (4) 51 Angerer, Pat LB 6-0 235 2 Iowa

    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College 57 Bentley, Kevin LB 6-0 247 10 Northwestern

    17 Collie, Austin WR 6-0 200 3 Brigham Young 53 Conner, Kavell LB 6-0 242 2 Clemson

    85 Garcon, Pierre WR 6-0 210 4 Mount Union 54 Diles, Zac LB 6-2 245 5 Kansas State

    11 Gonzalez, Anthony WR 6-0 193 5 Ohio State 52 Edds, A.J. LB 6-4 246 2 Iowa

    87 Wayne, Reggie WR 6-0 198 11 Miami (FL) 56 Lutrus, Scott LB 6-3 241 R Connecticut

    55 Sims, Ernie LB 6-0 230 6 Florida State

    TIGHT ENDS (5) 50 Wheeler, Philip LB 6-2 240 4 Georgia Tech

    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College

    44 Clark, Dallas TE 6-3 252 9 Iowa DEFENSIVE BACKS (10)

    81 Eldridge, Brody TE 6-5 265 2 Oklahoma No Name Pos HT WT Exp College

    83 Hill, Anthony TE 6-6 278 2 North Carlonia St. 41 Bethea, Antoine DB 5-11 203 6 Howard

    48 Snow, Justin TE 6-3 240 12 Baylor 28 Brown, Stevie DB 5-11 212 2 Michigan

    84 Tamme, Jacob TE 6-3 236 4 Kentucky 30 Caldwell, David DB 5-11 212 1 William & Mary

    26 Hines, Jermales DB 6-1 218 R Ohio State

    OFFENSIVE LINE (8) 20 Holems, Mike DB 5-11 184 R Syracuse

    No Name Pos HT WT Exp College 37 King, Brandon DB 5-10 194 2 Purdue

    74 Castonzo, Anthony OT 6-7 305 R Boston College 27 Lacey, Jacob DB 5-10 177 3 Oklahoma State

    71 Diem, Ryan OG 6-6 320 11 N. Illinois 35 Lefeged, Joe DB 6-0 205 R Rutgers

    72 Linkenbach, Jeff OT 6-6 311 2 Cincinnati 36 Rucker, Chris DB 6-1 195 R Michigan State

    69 Ojinnaka, Quinn OT 6-5 295 6 Syracuse 21 Thomas, Kevin DB 6-0 192 2 USC

    78 Pollak, Mike OG 6-3 301 4 Arizona State

    76 Reitz, Joe OG 6-7 320 1 W. Michigan SPECIALISTS (2)

    61 Richard, Jamey OG 6-5 295 4 Buffalo No Name Pos HT WT Exp College

    63 Saturday, Jeff C 6-2 295 13 North Carolina 1 McAfee, Pat P 6-1 220 3 West Virginia

    4 Vinatieri, Adam K 6-0 202 16 S. Dakota State


    Clyde Christensen (Offensive Coordinator), Mike Murphy (Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers), Ray Raychleski (Special Teams Coordinator), Jim Bob Cooter (Assistant to the Offensive Coordinator), Devin Fitzsimmons (Coaching Assistant), Richard Howell (Assistant Strength & Conditioning),

    Pete Metzelaars (Offensive Line Coach), Rod Perry (Special Assistant to the Defense), Ron Prince (Assistant Offensive Line Coach), Frank Reich (Wide Receivers Coach), Bill Teerlinck (Defensive Assistant),John Teerlinck (Defensive Line Coach), Ricky Thomas (Tight Ends Coach), Jon Torine (Strength & Conditioning), Ron Turner (Quarterbacks Coach),

    David Walker (Running Backs Coach), Alan Williams (Defensive Backs Coach)


  • 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/3 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/27 12/4 12/11 12/18 12/22 1/1 TOTALS

    Hou Cle Pit @TB KC @Cin @NO @Ten Atl Jax Car @NE @Bal Ten Hou @Jax GP/GS/DNP/IA

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    97 Addison, Mario X X X X X X X X X X IA P P 2/0/0/1

    90 Anderson, Jamaal P LE P P P P P P P P P P P 13/1/0/0


    57 Bentley, Kevin X X X X X X X X X X X X IA 0/0/0/1

    41 Bethea, Antoine FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS 13/13/0/0

    58 Brackett, Gary MLB IA IA IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR 1/1/0/2

    96 Brayton, Tyler P P P P P P P P P P P P P 13/0/0/0

    83 Brooks, Chris PS X X X X X X X X X X X X 0/0/0/0

    31 Brown, Donald P P P P P P P P P RB P P RB 13/2/0/0

    3 Brown, Jarrett X X X X X X X X X X X PS PS 0/0/0/0

    28 Brown, Stevie X X P P P P P P P IA P IR IR 8/0/0/1

    33 Bullitt, Melvin SS SS IA IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR 2/2/0/1

    30 Caldwell, David P P SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS P SS 13/10/0/0

    52 Campbell, Caleb X PS PS X X X X X X X X X X 0/0/0/0

    34 Carter, Delone P P P P P RB P RB RB P P P P 13/3/0/0

    74 Castonzo, Anthony LT LT LT LT IA IA IA IA LT LT LT LT LT 9/9/0/4

    44 Clark, Dallas TE TE TE TE TE TE TE TE TE IA IA IA TE 10/10/0/3

    17 Collie, Austin P P H-B H-B P P P H-B P H-B P P H-B 13/5/0/0

    5 Collins, Kerry QB QB QB IA IA IA IA IR IR IR IR IR IR 3/3/0/4

    53 Conner, Kavell WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB P WLB 13/12/0/0

    71 Diem, Ryan RG RG IA IA IA RT IA IA RG RG RG RG RG 8/8/0/5

    54 Diles, Zac X X X X X X X X X X X X P 1/0/0/0

    52 Edds, A.J. X X X P P P IA P P P P P IA 8/0/0/2

    81 Eldridge, Brody P TE P P TE TE TE P TE IA IA IA P 10/5/0/3

    86 Epps, Dedrick X X X X PS PS PS PS PS PS PS X X 0/0/0/0

    32 Evans, Darren IA IA PS PS PS P X PS PS P PS PS PS 2/0/0/2

    16 Fayson, Jarred X X X X X X X X X X PS PS PS 0/0/0/0

    42 Felton, Jerome X X X X X X X X X X X H-B P 2/1/0/0

    68 Foster, Eric RDT P LDT LDT IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR 4/3/0/0

    93 Freeney, Dwight RE RE RE RE RE RE RE RE RE RE RE RE RE 13/13/0/0

    85 Garcon, Pierre WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR 13/13/0/0

    12 Gilreath, David PS PS PS PS PS PS PS X X X X X X 0/0/0/0

    11 Gonzalez, Anthony IA DNP P IA P P IA IA P P P P IA 7/0/1/5

    49 Gronkowski, Chris P P P P P P P IR IR IR IR IR IR 7/0/0/0

    9 Hartline, Mike PS PS PS X X X X X X X X X X 0/0/0/0

    83 Hill, Anthony X X X X X X X X X P TE TE P 4/2/0/0

    26 Hines, Jermale X X X X X X X X X X X P P 2/0/0/0

    20 Holmes, Mike X X X X X PS PS PS PS PS PS PS IA 0/0/0/1

    92 Hughes, Jerry IA P P P P IA P P P P P IA IA 9/0/0/4

    79 Ijalana, Ben P P P P IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR 4/0/0/0

    99 Johnson, Antonio P RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT P P RDT RDT RDT RDT 13/10/0/0

    23 Johnson, Terrence P P P LCB P P P P IA IA P DB IR 10/2/0/2

    37 King, Brandon X X X X X X X X X X X X P 1/0/0/0

    27 Lacey, Jacob LCB LCB LCB P LCB LCB P IA P P P LCB LCB 12/7/0/1

    35 Lefeged, Joe P P P P P P P P P P P SS P 13/1/0/0

    72 Linkenbach, Jeff RT RT RT RT LT LT LT LT RT RT RT RT RT 13/13/0/0

    56 Lutrus, Scott X X X X X X X X X X X P P 2/0/0/0

    47 Mahaffey, Ryan X X X X X X X X X X P IA P 2/0/0/1

    18 Manning, Peyton IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA 0/0/0/13

    91 Mathews, Ricardo PS PS PS PS P P P P P P P P P 9/0/0/0

    98 Mathis, Robert LE P LE LE LE LE LE LE LE LE LE LE LE 13/12/0/0

    1 McAfee, Pat P P P P P P P P P P P P P 13/0/0/0

    42 McDaniel, DeAndre PS X X X X X X X X X X X X 0/0/0/0

    80 McNeill, Mike P PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS P P P PS 4/0/0/0

    26 Miller, Prince X X X X X X X X IA X X X X 0/0/0/1

    95 Moala, Fili LDT LDT IA IA LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT 11/11/0/2

    57 Moten, Adrian P P P P P P P P P P X X X 10/0/0/0

    97 Muir, Dan X X X X X P P RDT RDT X X X X 4/2/0/0

    60 Murphy, Matt X X X PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 0/0/0/0

    94 Nevis, Drake P P P P IA IA IA IA IA P IA IA IR 5/0/0/7

    64 Ogbu, Ollie PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 0/0/0/0

    69 Ojinnaka, Quinn X X X X RT P RT RT P P P P IA 8/3/0/1

    73 Olsen, Seth X IA P P P P P LG IA IR IR IR IR 6/1/0/2

    6 Orlovsky, Dan X X X DNP DNP DNP P DNP P P DNP QB QB 5/2/5/0

    7 Painter, Curtis DNP DNP P QB QB QB QB QB QB QB QB DNP DNP 9/8/4/0

    78 Pollak, Mike P P RG RG RG RG RG DNP P P P LG LG 12/7/1/0

    25 Powers, Jerraud RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB IR 12/12/0/0

    76 Reitz, Joe LG LG LG LG LG LG LG IA IA IA IA P P 9/7/0/4

    61 Richard, Jamey IA X X X X X X P P P P P P 7/0/0/1

    10 Ross, Jeremy X X X PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS 0/0/0/0

    36 Rucker, Chris P IA P P P P P P P P P P RCB 12/1/0/1

    63 Saturday, Jeff C C C C C C C C C C C C C 13/13/0/0

    55 Sims, Ernie P IA IA IA P P P P P P P WLB P 10/1/0/3

    48 Snow, Justin P P P P P P P P P P P P P 13/0/0/0

    84 Tamme, Jacob H-B P P P P P P P P TE TE P P 13/3/0/0

    67 Tepper, Mike PS PS PS P IA PS P RG LG LG LG X PS 6/4/0/1

    21 Thomas, Kevin IA IA IA IA IA IA LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB IA P 6/5/0/7

    75 Toudouze, Michael X X X X P X X P X X X X X 2/0/0/0

    26 Trent, Morgan X X X X X X X X X P X X X 1/0/0/0

    54 Triplett, Nate X P P P X X X X X X X X X 3/0/0/0

    20 Tryon, Justin P P P X X X X X X X X X X 3/0/0/0

    46 Vakapuna, Fui X X X X X X X PS PS PS X X X 0/0/0/0

    4 Vinatieri, Adam P P P P P P P P P P P P P 13/0/0/0

    87 Wayne, Reggie WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR 13/13/0/0

    97 Weston, Kade X X X X PS X X X X X X X X 0/0/0/0

    50 Wheeler, Philip P SLB SLB SLB SLB SLB SLB SLB SLB SLB SLB P SLB 13/11/0/0

    15 White, Blair IA P P P P P P P IA IR IR IR IR 7/0/0/2

    14 Williams, Marshall PS PS X X X X X X X X X X X 0/0/0/0

    KEY: POSITION - start, P - played, IA - inactive, IR - injured reserve, DNP - did not play, PS - practice squad, X - not with team, PUP - physically unable to perform.

    SUS- suspended player




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    1998 Peyton Manning (1)

    1999 Jeff Saturday

    2000 Justin Snow

    2001 Reggie Wayne (1)

    Ryan Diem (4)

    2002 Dwight Freeney (1)

    2003 Dallas Clark (1) Gary Brackett+

    Robert Mathis (5)

    2006 Joseph Addai (1) Adam Vinatieri (UFA-NE)

    Antoine Bethea

    2007 Anthony Gonzalez Melvin Bullitt+

    2008 Mike Pollak (2) Eric Foster+

    Phillip Wheeler (3) Antonio Johnson

    Jacob Tamme (4)

    Pierre Garcon (6)

    2009 Donald Brown (1) Jacob Lacey

    Fili Moala (2)

    Jerraud Powers+ (3)

    Austin Collie (4)

    Curtis Painter (6)

    Pat McAfee (7)

    2010 Jerry Hughes (1) David Caldwell

    Pat Angerer (2) Jeff Linkenbach

    Kevin Thomas (3) Joe Reitz

    Brody Eldridge (5) Blair White+

    Ricardo Mathews (7)

    Kavell Conner (7)

    2011 Anthony Castonzo (1) Jamaal Anderson (UFA - ATL) Chris Gronkowski (W - DAL)+

    Ben Ijalana (2)+

    Terrence Johnson+

    Seth Olsen (W-MIN)+

    Drake Nevis+ (3) Joe Lefeged Mario Addison (CHI)

    Delone Carter (4) Ernie Sims (UFA - PHI) Zac Diles (W-TB)

    Chris Rucker (6) Tyler Brayton (UFA - CAR) Kevin Bentley (JAX)

    Kerry Collins+

    Ollie Ogbu*Stevie Brown


    Dan Orlovsky

    A.J. Edds

    Matt Murphy*

    Jeremy Ross*

    Quinn Ojinnaka

    Mike Holmes

    Jamey Richard

    Anthony Hill

    Ryan Mahaffey

    Jarred Fayson*

    Darren Evans*

    Jerome Felton

    Scott Lutrus

    Jarrett Brown*

    Jermale Hines

    Brandon King

    Mike Tepper*

    Mike McNeil*

    * practice squad, + injured reserve, & reserve non-football injury


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    NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN HOW ACQ. GP/GS/DNP/IA29 Addai, Joseph RB 5-11 214 5/3/1983 28 6 LSU Houston, TX D1-06 9/8/2/297 Addison, Mario DE 6-3 252 9/6/1987 24 R Troy Birmingham, AL W-11 (CHI) 2/0/0/190 Anderson, Jamaal DE 6-6 272 2/6/1986 25 5 Arkansas Little Rock, AR UFA-11 (ATL) 13/1/0/0

    51 Angerer, Pat LB 6-0 235 1/31/1987 24 2 Iowa Bettendorf, IA D2-10 13/13/0/0

    57 Bentley, Kevin LB 6-0 247 12/29/1979 31 10 Northwestern Northridge, CA W-11 (JAX) 0/0/0/1

    41 Bethea, Antoine DB 5-11 203 7/27/1984 27 6 Howard Newport News, VA D6-06 13/13/0/096 Brayton, Tyler DE 6-6 280 11/20/1979 32 9 Colorado Pasco, WA UFA-11 (CAR) 13/0/0/031 Brown, Donald RB 5-10 210 4/11/1987 24 3 Connecticut Atlantic Highlands, NJ D1-09 13/2/0/030 Caldwell, David DB 5-11 212 5/19/1987 24 1 William & Mary Montclair, NJ FA-10 13/10/0/034 Carter, Delone RB 5-9 225 6/22/1987 24 R Syracuse Copley, OH D4-11 13/3/0/074 Castonzo, Anthony OT 6-7 305 8/9/1988 23 R Boston College Hawthorn Woods, IL D1-11 9/9/0/444 Clark, Dallas TE 6-3 252 6/12/1979 32 9 Iowa Livermore, IA D1-03 10/10/0/317 Collie, Austin WR 6-0 200 11/11/1985 26 3 Brigham Young El Dorado Hills, CA D4-09 13/5/0/053 Conner, Kavell LB 6-0 242 2/23/1987 24 2 Clemson Richmond, VA D7-10 13/12/0/0

    71 Diem, Ryan OG 6-6 320 7/1/1979 32 11 N. Illinois Carol Stream, IL D4-01 8/8/0/554 Diles, Zac LB 6-2 245 6/11/1985 26 5 Kansas State Abilene, TX W-11(TB) 1/0/0/052 Edds, A.J. LB 6-4 246 9/18/1987 24 2 Iowa Greenwood, IN FA-11 8/0/0/281 Eldridge, Brody TE 6-5 265 3/31/1987 24 2 Oklahoma La Cygne, KS D5-10 10/5/0/342 Felton, Jerome FB 6-0 246 7/3/1986 25 4 Furman Duren, West Germany FA-11 2/1/0/0

    93 Freeney, Dwight DE 6-1 268 2/19/1980 31 10 Syracuse Hartford, CT D1-02 13/13/0/085 Garcon, Pierre WR 6-0 210 8/8/1986 25 4 Mount Union West Palm Beach, FL D6-08 13/13/0/011 Gonzalez, Anthony WR 6-0 193 9/18/1984 27 5 Ohio State Cleveland, OH D1-07 7/0/1/583 Hill, Anthony TE 6-6 278 1/2/1985 26 2 North Carolina State Houston, TX FA-11 4/2/0/026 Hines, Jermale DB 6-1 218 11/11/1987 24 R Ohio State Cleveland, OH FA-11 2/0/0/020 Holmes, Mike DB 5-11 184 6/11/1989 22 R Syracuse Jacksonville, FL FA-11 0/0/0/192 Hughes, Jerry DE 6-2 255 8/13/1988 23 2 TCU Sugar Land, TX D1-10 9/0/0/4

    99 Johnson, Antonio DT 6-3 310 12/8/1984 27 5 Mississippi State Leland, MS FA-08 13/10/0/037 King, Brandon DB 5-10 194 1/28/1987 24 2 Purdue Warner Robins, GA FA-11 1/0/0/027 Lacey, Jacob DB 5-10 177 5/28/1987 24 3 Oklahoma State Garland, TX FA-09 12/7/0/135 Lefeged, Joe DB 6-0 205 6/2/1988 23 R Rutgers Germantown, MD FA-11 13/1/0/072 Linkenbach, Jeff OT 6-6 311 6/9/1987 24 2 Cincinnati Sandusky, OH FA-10 13/13/0/056 Lutrus, Scott LB 6-3 241 4/23/1988 23 R Connecticut Brookfield, CA FA-11 2/0/0/047 Mahaffey, Ryan FB 6-4 262 11/28/1987 24 R Northern Iowa Des Moines, IA FA-11 2/0/0/118 Manning, Peyton QB 6-5 230 3/24/1976 35 14 Tennessee New Orleans, LA D1-98 0/0/0/1391 Mathews, Ricardo DT 6-3 294 7/30/1987 24 2 Cincinnati Jacksonville, FL D7-10 9/0/0/098 Mathis, Robert DE 6-2 245 2/26/1981 30 9 Alabama A&M Atlanta, GA D5-03 13/12/0/01 McAfee, Pat P 6-1 220 5/2/1987 24 3 West Virginia P