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8-8, 2nd in AFC South
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Irsay says Andrew Luck's next contract will be at 'shocking number' (1:53)

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts coach Chuck Pagano has finalized his coaching staff nearly six weeks after getting his contract extension. The Colts have named Tim Berbenich as offensive assistant/assistant quarterbacks coach and Jim Hostler as tight ends coach

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Colts need to improve their roster to move up in power rankings (1:21)
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Irsay: Luck's contract will be "shocking"

Owner Jim Irsay didn't play it coy when asked about Andrew Luck's impending extension. "It's going to be a shocking number, nine figures and probably a [$20 million] starting point per year," he said, per Colts.com. NFL rumors roundup

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Allen is flying under the radar

Injuries have robbed us of the top-rated tight end in 2012, according to Pro Football Focus. Dwayne Allen is only about to turn 26, has an incredibly high ceiling and is set to hit the open market. Free-agent sleepers (Insider)

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Prediction: Luck delivers SB LVIII to Indy

In a fun glimpse into the future, Thomas Neumann has Andrew Luck losing in his first shot on the big stage (SB LIII). But he thinks No. 12 will bring it home five years later in year 2024. The next 25 Super Bowls

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Predicting Indy's offseason

This will be the offseason that the Colts finally address the offensive line, according to Mike Wells. Indianapolis finally saw what a poor offensive line can do to a quarterback's health (or three) this season. Offseason predictions

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The one position Colts coach Chuck Pagano has yet to fill during the overhaul of his coaching staff is tight ends coach

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have announced Maurice Drayton as assistant special teams coach, Lee Hull as WRs coach and Jemal Singleton as RBs coach.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts announced today that they've waived quarterback Ryan Lindley. They signed Lindley in Week 17 after they lost Andrew Luck, Matt Hasselbeck and Charlie Whitehurst to season-ending injuries.

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Healthy Luck will be a force

Andrew Luck has a full offseason to heal, and is still one of the best young talents in the NFL. With a full stable of receivers at his disposal, Luck is poised to take fantasy leagues by storm in 2016. Way-too-early fantasy rankings

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Vinatieri not retiring, will return for 2016

Veteran K Adam Vinatieri told the Indianapolis Star he wants to return for a 21st NFL season: "There will come a time when it's over for me. I don't think that time is yet. I enjoy playing. I enjoy doing my thing." Vinatieri is a free agent, but Colts owner Jim Irsay told ESPN he'd like to bring him back next season: "We believe hes still kicking at a high level."

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Colts have plenty to prove

Yes, with Andrew Luck healthy, the Colts are probably a top-10 caliber team. However, our panel needs some convincing after a rough season. Way-too-early Power Rankings

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Quarterbacks who could dominate the AFC (1:56)
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Winning in different ways

The onus was on Peyton Manning to carry his team to a title during the '06 Super Bowl run, passing for over 1,000 yards in the postseason. This time around, Manning was asked to shoulder a much smaller portion of the load.

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Crystal ball: Colts will bounce back

It was a nightmare season for Andrew Luck & Co., but Dan Graziano sees Indianapolis restoring order in the AFC South next season behind a healthy No. 12. Crystal ball for 2016

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Edwards praises Dungy (1:40)

Team Stats

Passing Yards231.522nd
Rushing Yards89.929th
Points For20.824th
Points Against25.525th

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