NFL: Colts, Steelers to swap spots in the first round?


Kevin Colbert ( major hockey fan, by the way) has indicated this week through the media that he always has a strong interest in moving up in the draft. Colbert mentioned that although a football team is a group of 53 players, you win with your super stars, talking about how he traded up in the draft for Santonio Holmes and Troy Polamalu in the past Sources tell me

NFL: Colts sign Jeff Saturday


The Indianapolis Colts agreed to a new three-year contract with center Jeff Saturday. Saturday, 33, has been linked to the Steelers in recent days and speculation was rampant tonight that he would sign with the Steelers after the Steelers released Kendall Simmons today

NFL: Colts release Marvin Harrison


The Indianapolis Colts have released receiver Marvin Harrison who was projected to have a cap hit of $9 million for the 2009 season. In a statement released by the team; We today have released Marvin Harrison because of salary cap considerations.” “Marvin let us know his preference was to be released. Both Jim Irsay and I felt very strongly that after Marvin‚Äôs long and dedicated service to the Colts, we would, in this painful circumstance, be guided by Marvin‚Äôs wishes.” The Philadelphia Eagles are being mentioned as a possible suitor Source:

NFL Mock Draft Version 3


NFL Mock Draft ¬†1) DETROIT LIONS> MATTHEW STAFFORD, QB, GEORGIA– With Sam Bradford returning to Oklahoma for another season, Stafford holds on to the top selection. Sanchez has closed the gap between him and Stafford, but I still think that Stafford is the better selection. Stafford has a stronger arm and he has greatly improved his decision making this season. Sanchez is more of a project, he has significant injury issues, and he tends to make the stupid decisions that Stafford would make last year. 2) ST. LOUIS RAMS> ANDRE SMITH, OT, ALABAMA-¬†¬†I don‚Äôt see any reason to change this pick as a result of Smith‚Äôs issues at Alabama. They don‚Äôt seem like the kind of behavioral issues that would seriously hurt his draft stock and the Rams are still looking to beef up the O-Line, which they failed to do last year by missing out on Jake Long. ¬†3)Read More »