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Colts Safety Clayton Geathers to Go On the PUP List; Miss First Six Weeks of Season

Colts safety Clayton Geathers will be placed on the physically unable to perform list, a designation that will carry through the start of the regular season, Mike Wells of ESPN.com reports. Geathers, who had neck surgery in March, will miss at least the first six weeks of the regular season.

Robert Mathis regrets winning only one Super Bowl with Colts

Mathis: "If there's any regret I have from my career, it's that."

Ranking the Colts position groups heading into training camp

Which position groups are strongest for the Colts as their 2017 preseason begins?

Colts home games will look a little different on TV this season

Ready to see 3D replays during Colts home games?

One ESPN insider thinks Luck will be NFL’s best QB in 5 years

Can Andrew Luck become the league's best quarterback in five years?

Bruce Arians says Andrew Luck was best rookie QB he’s ever seen

Arians raved about Luck during a recent radio interview.

Is this a sneak preview of a Colts touchdown dance?

Some potential end zone moves for the Colts this season...

Bill Polian: ‘Tall order’ for Colts to get back to the playoffs

The former Colts general manager expresses his concerns with this year's team.

Pro Football Talk ranks Colts 26th in preseason power rankings

The Colts come in fairly low on Pro Football Talk's power rankings.

See Peyton Manning’s skits, opening monologue from ESPYs

Take a look at the full monologue and comedy skits from Peyton Manning's night at the ESPYs.

Colts front seven slammed by USA TODAY, Pro Football Focus

There's a lack of optimism this week about the potential of the Colts defense.

Donte Moncrief says he ‘never felt this good’

Donte Moncrief has plenty of momentum as training camp approaches.

ESPN: Chuck Pagano, Blake Bortles on AFC South hot seat

Pagano and Bortles will be under pressure to perform in 2017.

Peyton Manning makes entertaining appearance on Kimmel Live

Peyton Manning shared some stories and jokes about life during and after football on his Jimmy Kimmel Live appearance Tuesday.

Former NFL receiver assesses Colts receiving duo

Nate Burleson gives his view on how T.Y. Hilton and Donte Moncrief compare to other receiving duos.