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Dwight Freeney was too small out of Syracuse. The Colts didn't care.The Colts defensive end will go into the team's Ring of Honor this weekend to celebrate his storied career.Dwight Freeney: From being too short Peyton Manning Jersey White , to the Colts’ Ring of Honor | FOX59INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Imagine, before the wave of sacks and forced fumbles and Super Bowls and Pro Bowls and All-Pros – and yes, induction into the Indianapolis Colts’ Ring of Honor – Dwight Freeney didn’t measure up. Too short.Indianapolis Colts Midseason Review: Through the first eight games of the 2019 season, several Colts veterans are on pace for career yearsAt 5-3 heading into Sunday’s Week 10 matchup against the Miami Dolphins, the Indianapolis Colts have reached the midpoint of the 2019 season. Here’s a comprehensive look back at the first eight games, continuing with a look at the Colts veterans that areColts midseason awards: An MVP, a pleasant surprise and one that got away – The AthleticThe Colts are among the lowest-performing teams in the NFL when it comes to explosive passing plays.Dolphins at Colts: Areas of interest | FOX59Kickoff: 4:05 p.m. Broadcast: CBS4. It’s Brian Hoyer’s offense Well, at least for one game. The uncertainty regarding Jacoby Brissett and his sprained left knee was cleared up Saturday when he was ruled out and Brian Hoyer named the starting quarterback.Colts vs. Dolphins preview: Indianapolis turns to Brian Hoyer with Jacoby Brissett outMiami might be one of the worst teams in the league, but there are still plenty of storylines to keep track of when the Colts kick off at 4:05 Sunday.Colts QB Jacoby Brissett out vs. Dolphins, Brian Hoyer to start on SundayThe knee injury Jacoby Brissett suffered last week in Pittsburgh will keep him out of Sunday's game against the Dolphins.The Indianapolis Colts announced today that quarterback Jacoby Brissett has been downgraded to out in Sunday’s Week 10 matchup against the Miami Dolphins; cornerback Pierre Desir, meanwhile, has been downgraded to doubtfulThe Indianapolis Colts announced today that quarterback Jacoby Brissett has been downgraded to out in Sunday’s Week 10 matchup against the Miami Dolphins; cornerback Pierre Desir, meanwhile, has been downgraded to doubtful.The Indianapolis Colts will be without quarterback Jacoby Brissett and wide receivers Parris Campbell and T.Y. Hilton in Sunday's Week 10 matchup against the Miami Dolphins; cornerback Pierre Desir is doubtful and cornerback Quincy Wilson is questionableIndianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said today that wide receivers Parris Campbell and T.Y. Hilton have been ruled out of Sunday's Week 10 matchup against the Miami Dolphins at Lucas Oil Stadium. The team on Saturday then downgraded quarterback JacoJacoby Brissett Ruled Out For Sunday; Colts Waive Deon Cain | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterOn Saturday afternoon, the Colts made a couple of interesting roster moves. What were the moves involving Jacoby Brissett, Chad Kelly and Deon Cain?Colts rule Jacoby Brissett out, turn to backup QB Brian Hoyer | FOX59INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An otherwise quiet Saturday was rocked by the Indianapolis Colts. Jacoby Brissett is out. Brian Hoyer is in. Chad Kelly is up. That’s the quick summary as the Colts made final preparations for their Sunday meeting with the Miami Dolphins in Lucas Oil Stadium.Colts Bring Up WR Marcus Johnson Womens Andrew Luck Jersey , QB Chad Kelly To Active RosterThe Indianapolis Colts today announced they have elevated wide receiver Marcus Johnson and quarterback Chad Kelly to the active roster from the practice squad; in corresponding moves the team has waived wide receiver Deon Cain and defensive tackle Kyle PeColts waive WR Deon Cain, who failed to turn potential into productionCain played more snaps than any other Colts receiver over a five-game stretch this season, but he's caught just 4 passes in 14 targets.Colts/Dolphins Game Preview: The Indianapolis Colts return to Lucas Oil Stadium as Dwight Freeney will be inducted to the Ring Of Honor at halftime as the team takes on the Miami DolphinsThis week, the Indianapolis Colts host a Miami Dolphins team riding high following their first win of the season. However, the Colts are coming off of a tough loss and will look to right last week's wrongs against their guest on Sunday at Lucas Oil StadiuSee how the Indianapolis Colts are performing in fantasy football during the first half of the 2019 regular seasonAt 5-3 heading into Sunday’s Week 10 matchup against the Miami Dolphins, the Indianapolis Colts have reached the midpoint of the 2019 season. Here’s a comprehensive look back at the Colts' performance from a fantasy football perspective.With Jacoby Brissett officially ruled out Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, veteran Brian Hoyer is now in line to get his first start at quarterback for the Indianapolis ColtsWith Jacoby Brissett officially ruled out Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, veteran Brian Hoyer is now in line to get his first start at quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts.Four historic Colts teams made the cut in tonight's "NFL 100 Greatest Teams" countdown, including Peyton Manning and the Super Bowl XLI champion Indianapolis Colts squadThe National Football League is celebrating its 100th year in 2019, and throughout the season has unveiled several “NFL 100 Greatest” countdowns. Tonight’s countdown was the initial “NFL 100 Greatest Teams” list, which featured four Colts squads.COLTS MEDIA As we wrap up the 2018 season, it is time to take a look at the season as a whole and declare some winners and losers. There are quite a few of them, so we will start on the offensive side of the ball and tackle the defensive side tomorrow. WinnersAndrew LuckPhoto by David Eulitt/Getty ImagesThere are a lot of players who could be considered winners this season, but above them all is Andrew Luck. Luck had a phenomenal season, despite ending it on a rather awful note. He meshed really well in Frank Reich’s offense and made the most of the weapons he was given. There was never going to be a way to fix all the Colts’ problems in one offseason, and the weakness at receiver was pretty apparent throughout this season, but even still, Luck finished the year with one of his best seasons as a pro.Simply coming back from injury would have been encouraging enough for Luck, but doing so with such a strong showing and re-establishing himself as a top tier quarterback in the NFL was a major win for Luck and a beacon of hope for this team moving forward. Add to that the fact that he will get the opportunity to play in the same offense again next year Malik Hooker Jersey , and 2018 was a big win for Luck.T.Y. HiltonPhoto by Frederick Breedon/Getty ImagesDespite missing 2 games and playing hurt for the last several games of the season, T.Y. Hilton still delivered his 3rd most productive season. The only year where he had a higher yards per reception average was his rookie season where he played deep threat alongside Reggie Wayne in Bruce Arians’ big play offense.More than the numbers, T.Y. Hilton represented a toughness and unbending resolve that this young team needed to see. He stepped up for the team when they needed him the most, and his effort through serious pain was simply incredible. Showing up to the Texans game in the Wild Card in a clown mask was iconic, spawning copycats throughout the rest of the playoffs. This was a great year for Hilton and if the Colts can get some additional weapons to complement him in the offseason there is no reason he can’t keep doing it.Marlon MackPhoto by Michael Hickey/Getty ImagesThis was a breakout year for Marlon Mack. Down the stretch he showed himself to be a capable back who can carry the load for this team and maintains a big play ability that is unmatched in the Colts’ backfield. He missed 4 games this season, starting in just 10 total, but still managed to amass 908 yards, 9 touchdowns, and 4.7 yards per carry on the season. With a full season, Mack almost certainly breaks 1000 yards rushing and does so as a part of a committee. The arrow is pointing up for Mack in a big way as we will get another year of this offensive line together to get better still. 2019 could be an even bigger year for Mack.Eric EbronPhoto by Tim Warner/Getty ImagesPerhaps no one but Andrew Luck won bigger this season than Eric Ebron. Once considered a bust, Ebron found his form with the Colts, proving himself to be a guy the fans and players loved alike. His 13 receiving touchdowns were incredible, and he was the Colts’ unquestioned most dangerous red zone threat.The shadow of the old Ebron, one who dropped passes in big moments was still around. However, his contribution to the team allowed him to step out of that shadow and still be a major value. With Jack Doyle back to health and the relegation of Ebron to a situational threat, he is likely to thrive going forward.Dontrelle InmanPhoto by Tim Warner/Getty Images One of Chris Ballard’s best midseason acquisitions, Dontrelle Inman came in with previous experience working with Frank Reich. He seamlessly integrated into a wide receiver room that needed veteran presence and solid production. Fortunately, he brought both and became a big factor for the Colts down the stretch, becoming a reliable 3rd down option and making some big plays down the stretch for a team that needed someone to step up opposite T.Y. Hilton. Whether Inman is re-signed or not Darius Leonard Jersey White , he certainly made himself some money this season.Quenton NelsonPhoto by Rob Carr/Getty ImagesWhat more can be said about Nelson that hasn’t been already? You know you’re having a great rookie year when you are named to the Pro Bowl and as an AP First-Team All-Pro. We’ll never really be able to quantify Nelson’s exact impact on this line, but he has been a big part of its development and growth and will only improve. Usually you expect big steps forward for linemen as they get familiar with the NFL, and if that is the case for Nelson, this line will be terrifying to play against.Braden SmithPhoto by Otto Greule Jr/Getty ImagesIt is a testament to how good this draft class is that more isn’t said about Braden Smith. The guy is drafted in the second round as a guard, has to step up and fill in the right tackle spot after injuries, and by the end of the season is handling guys like J.J. Watt. In any normal year this would be a guy we couldn’t stop talking about. Instead he gets lost in the shuffle, which is how many offensive linemen prefer it. Still, the same is true for Smith as Nelson. If he sees a major jump in his second season, it will mean big things for this offensive line.Ryan KellyPhoto by Frederick Breedon/Getty ImagesThis was the season where we saw Kelly take his biggest step forward. If not for injuries, he had an All-Pro type of season as the Colts center. It is clear that the addition of solid guards on either side of him had an impact on his play. The best football for Ryan Kelly seems to be ahead of him, and that bodes well for the Colts’ offense.Anthony CastonzoPhoto by Sean M. Haffey/Getty ImagesIt was telling that Castonzo’s return marked a massive difference in the offense’s ability to effectively execute their game plans. After missing him for the first 5 weeks, the line looked like a whole different group with him on the field. If you want to point to his value, little more than the results after his return need to be pointed to. The Colts will need to be thinking about his eventual replacement, but his play this season showed why that is not an imminent need just yet.Frank ReichPhoto by Andy Lyons/Getty ImagesReich proved himself a worthy head coach and his staff did a great job preparing this team each week. He turned an offense around and made them highly efficient, scheming his players open and moving the ball well despite below average wide receivers and the loss of his top tight end. There is certainly room for Reich to improve, but as a first year head coach who took his team from 4 wins to the playoffs, this was a major win for Reich.Honorable Mentions: Mark Glowinski, Nyheim HinesLosersRyan GrantPhoto by Andy Lyons/Getty ImagesThe Colts were in desperate need of help at the wide receiver position this season, which gave a huge opening to anyone looking to make a name for themself. Chris Ballard brought Grant in on a 1-year $5M deal to be the number 2 wide receiver to T.Y. Hilton. Grant simply did not live up to the billing. While his production through the first five games of the season wasn’t awful Peyton Manning Jersey , it was also unspectacular. After week five, he never recorded more than 2 receptions in a game. This was a majorly disappointing season from him, especially since he had been slated to sign with the Ravens on a 4-year, $29M deal before it fell through because of a failed physical/buyer’s remorse.Chester RogersPhoto by Jamie Squire/Getty ImagesWhile he certainly improved his play down the stretch, Rogers did very little to solidify his chances as a future starter in the wide receiver room for the Colts. Like Grant, Rogers was faced with an opportunity to establish himself without great competition surrounding him. Instead, he was never really able to break away from the pack. It is true that down the stretch he began to carve out a niche for himself as a guy who could move the ball on bubble screens and make some things happen after the catch. However, based on this season, hoping for anything more than a role as a special teamer and receiver depth is unlikely for “Chester from Grambling.”Jack DoylePhoto by Andy Lyons/Getty ImagesFew players on the Colts have been viewed as being quite as dependable as Jack Doyle. He was Andrew Luck’s favorite target on third downs and had a great season in 2017 as well. Unfortunately for Doyle, he got hit with the injury bug in 2018 and was unable to contribute in any significant way. Perhaps Doyle’s most notable play came against the Cincinnati Bengals as the Colts were driving to win the game. He coughed up a truly awful fumble that ended the Colts’ hopes for a win. With a contract year coming up Doyle now has a lot of pressure on him to have a solid year, because this is probably his last chance to etch a big contract. He certainly has what it takes, but it would have been much better to get to enter a contract year after adding another solid season to his resume than one spent in the training room.Erik SwoopeDespite being viewed as a basketball player who could turn tight end for the Colts, Swoope just hasn’t seemed able to make that transition into a long-term option for the team. He isn’t out of the running entirely having landed on the Colts’ practice squad, but he lost out on his spot to Mo-Alie Cox, a guy with a similar skill set and background to his. Given the loss of Doyle, you would have hoped to have Swoope take advantage and earn himself a spot.Phillip WalkerSeriously. How many times was this poor guy sent packing just to be re-signed?