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Wyld Stallyns

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  1. Gronk Retires

  2. Houston signed

    Damn!! Took an afternoon nap and wake up to this. Give me Christian Wilkins with the 26th pick and I’ll be ecstatic.
  3. That side of Quenton Nelson that doesn't come out during the season
  4. Offseason Thread

    Taylor Lewan and Quenton Nelson hamming it up Cardi B even reposted this on her instagram tagging Big Q for his role as Cardi B click link to watch video
  5. Salary cap officially set $188.2 million

    When Mike Mitchell came in mid season last year, Wilson said he noticed how easy it was for Mitchell to adapt to the defense. So he talked to him about it. Mitchell basically showed him how to watch film from a DB POV. In half of a season he made twice the progress of his first year and a half. Plus he was out of shape coming into camp his first year which is why he was barely seen.
  6. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/03/01/the-2019-salary-cap-will-be-188-2-million/ The Colts rollover from 2018 was $49.1 million which gives them $237.3 million to spend in 2019. https://www.spotrac.com/nfl/indianapolis-colts/cap/ per spotrac the Colts have $134.8 million in contracts currently in place. Until the cut down to the 53 man roster only the top 51 contracts count towards the cap. So they sit at about $130.4 leaving approx $107 million in cap space. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/03/01/2019-franchise-and-transition-tag-restricted-free-agent-tender-values-set/ franchise and transition tags as well as Restricted free agents tender amounts are set Franchise Tags Quarterback $24.865 million Running back $11.214 million Wide receiver $16.787 million Tight end $10.387 million Offensive linemen $14.067 million Defensive end $17.128 million Defensive tackle $15.209 million Linebacker $15.443 million Cornerback $16.022 million Safety $11.15 million Kicker/Punter $4.971 million Transition Tags Quarterback $22.783 million Running back $9.099 million Wide receiver $14.794 million Tight end $8.815 million Offensive linemen $12.866 million Defensive end $14.36 million Defensive tackle $12.378 million Linebacker $13.222 million Cornerback $13.703 million Safety $9.531 million Kicker/Punter $4.537 million Restricted Free Agent tenders are First round $4.407 million (potentially up to $4.907 million see article) Second Round $3.095 million original round tender $2.026 million (including UDFA with no compensation )
  7. Salary cap officially set $188.2 million

    Colts run mostly zone scheme. With some man looks. Pierre Desir did a lot of man coverage going up against #1 WRs (especially against Nuke Hopkins and Amari Cooper) last year. Ballard didn’t draft a CB last year (drafted 2 in ‘17) so I think we take one (2nd or 3rd rd). A lot of the talk is the coaches are happy with Desir, Kenny Moore and Quincy Wilson. All 3 are under contract until at least 2020. Moore (24 at the start of season) and Wilson (23) are both young and all 3 made huge jumps last year.
  8. As we are all aware, over a month before the draft the Colts and Jets shocked the NFL with a trade that came about right as the free agency period was about to hit a lull. Jets traded the 6th overall pick, 2 second round picks (37 and 49) and a 2nd rounder in 2019 to the Colts for the 3rd overall pick We now have names to all of those players except for the 2019 pick. The Colts essentially traded QB Sam Darnold to the Jets for G Quenton Nelson, G Braden Smith and TE Dallas Goedert and a 2019 2nd rd Pick The Colts then traded (2/49) Dallas Goedert to the Eagles for (2/52) DE Kemoko Turay and (6/169) HB Jordan Wilkins. It will be interesting to look back at this 3-4 years down the road and see how this trade holds up. When the trade was first made many people were calling this a fleecing by the Colts, however with Darnold falling to the 3rd Pick a lot of people changed their tune and now feel like the trade is a wash or even fell in the Jets favor.
  9. Paging the Jets and Colts

    Define very little. Colts have, since the season ended, re-signed Mark Glowinski, Adam Vinatieri, Margus Hunt, Pierre Desir, Ross Travis, Chrsi Milton tendered contracts to 3 RFAs and 2 ExRFA. That’s nearly $21 million against the cap. And that doesn’t include Funchess contract or draft picks.
  10. Ryan Grant, and with the signing of Funchess I cant imagine we resign him anyways.
  11. Paging the Jets and Colts

    The base salary cap is $188.2 million, 89% is $167.5 million (aka the cap floor) . The Colts rolled over $49 million from last year but that doesn’t count into the equation for spending. According to OTC, the Colts active spending is $141 million. That number doesn’t include Funchess’ contract or draft picks. I think they’ll be fine.
  12. Definitely a big bodied receiver to pair with Hilton. I seen someone comment on twitter something to the effect of $13 million? Not sure I like that but I’ll wait to see confirmation *Edit* apparantly I seen discussions that Tyrell Williams was looking for $14 million/yr and $30 mill guaranteed.
  13. he took less to return last year and I’m pretty sure he is getting paid Very Niiice!!
  14. Colts re-sign Pierre Desir to multiyear deal

    Very Nice!!😁
  15. Colt’s free agents

    so they got him signed slightly under the terms of the RFA number
  16. Colt’s free agents

    https://www.colts.com/news/who-are-the-colts-2019-free-agents Unrestricted Free Agents (15) CB Pierre Desir - re-signed 3 years/$25 million S Clayton Geathers G Mark Glowinski - re-signed 3 years/$18 million LB Najee Goode DE Geneo Grissom WR Ryan Grant TE/FB Ryan Hewitt DT Margus Hunt - re-signed 2 years/$10 million WR Dontrelle Inman G Matt Slauson - announces retirement S Mike Mitchell K Adam Vinatieri - re-signed 1 year $3.875 T J’Marcus Webb S J.J. Wilcox DT Al Woods Restricted Free Agents (6) C Evan Boehm - tendered 1/$2.045 S Matias Farley - tendered 1yr/$2.045 CB Chris Milton - re-signed 1year/$1.5 million S Corey Moore - not tendered WR Chester Rogers - tendered 1yr/$2.045 TE Ross Travis - re-signed 1 year/$1.75 million Exclusive Right Free Agents (2) WR Marcus Johnson - tendered LS Luke Rhodes - tendered
  17. Paging the Jets and Colts

    Last year the Colts signed 2 players(from other teams) on the first day of free agency, Eric Ebron and Denico Autry. I’m pretty happy with how that turned out.
  18. Jaguars to cut Blake Bortles

    Blake Bortles always looked like Tom Brady against the Colts so good riddance (I’m the only one who feels this way)
  19. Colts signing Devin Funchess to one year deal

    correct me if I’m wrong but wasn’t Funchess the Panthers #1 WR last year? (As in getting covered by most teams #1 CB)
  20. Colts signing Devin Funchess to one year deal

    1 year $10 million with incentives that could move it up to $13 million i like this much more now.
  21. Colt’s free agents

    i was only off because we signed Ross Travis to an extension and tendered Chester Rogers. Otherwise nearly on spot
  22. Colts will tender both WR Rogers and S Farley as RFAs

    add Backup C Evan Boehm and LS Luke Rhodes to the tendered lists