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Conrad Brunner

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If you want to be all medical about it, T.Y. Hilton technically has a problem with his left hamstring. In his mind, however, it’s more of a gearbox problem. “I’ve got a lot of gears,” he said, “so for me, I just want to hit that first gear and that last year so if I’m able to do...
Of the 22 names atop their respective positions on the Colts depth chart, fully 18 were acquired through the draft, veteran free agency or high-profile trades. These are the glamour players, the household names: >> Draft picks Andrew Luck, T.Y. Hilton, Reggie Wayne, Coby...
The decisions are not as simple as they may seem. Both teams have much on the line. Both teams have offensive linchpins dealing with 50-50 injuries. Though the early indicators are that both T.Y. Hilton and DeMarco Murray will play when the Colts face the Cowboys in Dallas...
One win. In the grand scheme of things, it doesn’t mean all that much. Until you consider the Pacers’ scheme isn’t particularly grand at the moment. So one win can mean a lot, particularly one in which the defense holds the Lakers to 27 points on 16 percent shooting in the first...
Reggie Wayne is going to play. It’s what he does. Come Sunday, it’ll be what he’s done more than anyone else, donning a Colts uniform for the 209th time, surpassing Peyton Manning (208). Should the Colts beat the Houston Texans, he’ll also supplant Manning atop the career...
I know what I’d do, but what matters is what Frank Vogel does. And he’s going to do something. Normally a coach who displays patience that borders on stubbornness, it has only taken four games for Vogel to wave the white flag on the Pacers’ starting lineup. The latest...
While Andrew Luck was being hailed for the 12th final-period comeback victory of his career Sunday, the flip side of that particular statistic was never more obvious. Without Luck’s mistakes, as has so often been the case, the comeback wouldn’t have been necessary. Luck handed...
Truth be told, the Browns did a much better job of losing this game than the Colts did of winning it, which generates the usual concerns about whether this really is a team that should be taken seriously once January rolls around. But the Colts made just enough plays, got just...
They say the emotions will be channeled, but don’t really know. They can’t possibly know, until they look across the field at an enemy sideline that has so many friends. D’Qwell Jackson, Josh Cribbs and Trent Richardson, all integral to the Colts’ success this season, trace...