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  1. Fountain has been having a really good camp and it sounds like he played great today as well... Last week he was our most productive receiver in the Bills game. If he keeps it up... Reese will be very, very, hard to cut. https://www.stampedeblue.com/2019/8/13/20803071/could-reece-fountain-force-the-colts-hand-at-wide-receiver So far, in Colts training camp, Fountain’s talent—with the help of a lot of his own hard work—has started to consistently translate to the football field: ...It hasn’t just been on the Colts practice field either. The 2nd-year wide receiver finished with 5 receptions for 63 receiving yards in the Colts preseason opener against the Buffalo Bills—including this acrobatic catch. As a result of his exceptional play, Pro Football Focus rated him as the Colts top preseason performer last week...
  2. I say no. and my guess is an extended absence beyond week 1.
  3. I thought Carroll Phillips was the Colts biggest star last night. https://www.colts.com/news/five-things-learned-colts-bills-preseason-week-1 • PHILLIPS THE MENACE: Carroll Phillips saw his 2018 season end prematurely after suffering a groin injury and being placed on injured reserve in mid-November. The Illinois product is clearly trying to make up for lost time, as he turned in a solid performance for the Indy defense Thursday night, finishing with two sacks and also recovering a fumble on a botched snap in the second quarter. Phillips is hoping to continue setting himself apart for an extremely talented Colts defensive line room. “When they put me out there, I just try to help the team out anyway I can, hustling to the ball, making big plays,” he said after the game. “I just wanted to challenge myself while I was out there and see what I could do, make a few plays and try to help the team out”
  4. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/08/02/colts-sign-dadi-nicolas-put-spencer-ware-on-reserve-pup/ ...It’s rare that players hit that reserve list during camp because it ends their season, but that’s how things played out for Colts running back Spencer Ware. The Colts announced the move on Friday afternoon along with the signing of Dadi Nicolas. The move takes Ware off the 90-man roster and could help Jonathan Williams‘s chances of making the team, although the Colts met with Mike Gillislee this week...
  5. Watch out for Jonathan Williams... I remember reading where Ballard really likes him. http://rosterguy.com/potential-surprise-cuts-looming-for-the-colts ...Jonathan Williams returns from 2018. He finished the season on the active roster, but was limited in his playing time. While head coach Frank Reich has raved about Williams, we have yet to see him produce.
  6. Preseason PUP[edit] A player who, as a result of football-related injuries, is unable to take part in training camp practices may be assigned to the preseason PUP list. Players can be moved off the PUP list to the active roster at any time, even after one practice. A player cannot be placed on the PUP list, however, once he has taken the field for a practice, even if only for a few minutes. Regular-season PUP[edit] A player who finishes the preseason still on the PUP list can then be placed on the regular-season PUP list. Such players must sit out the first six weeks of the regular season. At that point, teams have a five-week window in which to allow the player to begin practicing; from the day the player begins practicing, teams have an additional 21-day window in which to decide whether to activate the player to the 53-man roster. If either of those deadlines pass, the player must remain on the PUP list for the remainder of the season.[1]
  7. He is injury prone and I believe over-rated.
  8. Not sure if it was mentioned? ...but Patterson is out for the year. https://www.colts.com/news/rookie-center-javon-patterson-out-for-year-with-acl-injury INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said Tuesday that rookie center Javon Patterson will miss the 2019 season after suffering an injury to his ACL. "Unfortunately Javon Patterson did sustain an ACL injury, so he’ll be out for the year," Reich told reporters. "Tough break for him, but one of the things we know about Javon: a high-character guy. We’ve talked to him and will give him all the support he needs. "He’ll rehab and get ready to go for next year." Patterson was the Colts' seventh-round (246th-overall) pick in this year's NFL Draft out of Ole Miss.
  9. One of the dumbest football decisions ever.
  10. Could Malone University receiver be NFL draft's biggest sleeper? https://www.toledoblade.com/sports/pro/2019/03/01/malone-university-ashton-dulin-nfl-scouting-combine/stories/20190301176
  11. As I recall... it seemed the Colts game plan was for nobody to block Dee Ford
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