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Ben Roethlisberger: Young QBs still have work to do
Young quarterbacks set the NFL on fire last season, but they still have to win over a few skeptics. Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is one of them.
Super Bowl LII: Indianapolis poised to make bid for 2018
It's never too early to plan your Super Bowl LII bid. Leaders in Indianapolis say they want to bid on the NFL's next big game. But does everyone support such a quick return to Indy?
'NFL Total Access Recap': Sophomore slump for Colts QB Luck?
Will Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck face a sophomore slump in 2013? Our experts weigh in on this and other burning questions on "NFL Total Access ."
Bruce Arians: Don't rank Andrew Luck over Big Ben
Bruce Arians has seen the best of Ben Roethlisberger and Andrew Luck, both of whom he coached. Luck (presumably) will rank ahead of Big Ben in the "Top 100" countdown. Arians believes that's wrong.
Chuck Pagano: Vick Ballard is Colts' lead running back
Vick Ballard took over as a workhorse running back down the stretch in 2012, and coach Chuck Pagano says Ballard still is No. 1 on the Indianapolis Colts' depth chart. So how will the team use Donald Brown?
Andrew Luck arguably most gifted QB, Greg Cosell says
Andrew Luck said earlier this week he feels 100 percent more comfortable, which probably is why NFL Films' Greg Cosell believes the Indianapolis Colts QB will have a breakout season.
A.Q. Shipley traded to Baltimore Ravens from Colts
The Baltimore Ravens needed to fill a need at center, so they turned to the Indianapolis Colts, who traded A.Q. Shipley for a conditional 2014 draft pick on Thursday.
Redskins, Cowboys, Colts set at backup QB; Falcons in trouble
Kirk Cousins gives the Washington Redskins QB security, which is more than you can say about Graham Harrell with Green Bay Packers. Our analysts eye backup quarterback situations across the NFL.
Andrew Luck: 'I'm 100 percent more comfortable' now
Andrew Luck's rookie season with the Indianapolis Colts went very well. Even better: Luck sounds a lot more confident after having a full NFL season under his belt.
Bjoern Werner learned about NFL by playing 'Madden'
Bjoern Werner grew up playing beside Indianapolis Colts standouts Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney in the "Madden" video game franchise. He credits the game for igniting his NFL interest.