Posts Tagged ‘Donald Brown’

Colts’ Wayne strains groin, might not return vs. Rams

Reggie Wayne, the Colts’ No. 1 receiver, left the game against the Rams with a strained groin and is questionable to return. The Colts already are playing with No. 2 receiver Anthony Gonzalez, who suffered a knee injury in the season opener and still isn’t ready to play.

Playing the matchups is more important than ever

I would argue that right now — in the 2009 NFL season — is the most challenging time to be a a fantasy owner.

Manning: Colts working hard for Caldwell

Indianapolis Colts QB Peyton Manning joined host Fran Charles on Monday for an interview on Total Access, chatting about coach Jim Caldwell, changes on the offensive line, rookie RB Donald Brown and more.

Colts notes: No timetable for Bethea

The Colts are dealing with a number of injuries during training camp, as starters Antoine Bethea, Dallas Clark, Bob Sanders and Ryan Diem are all sidelined heading into the preseason opener.

Colts agree to terms with first-round pick Brown

Colts rookie RB Donald Brown agreed to a five-year, $12.8 million contract Sunday, one day before the team’s first practice of training camp. The first-round draft pick is guaranteed $6.8 million in the deal, a league source told NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora.

With Addai down, Brown’s fantasy value rises

Barring setbacks, it would be a shock if Joseph Addai didn’t retain the top spot on the Colts’ depth chart heading into the regular season. But rookie Donald Brown has a lot of time between then and now to make an impressionj. A backfield committee may be imminent.

Colts add Brown to backfield mix

Michael Fabiano discusses the fantasy implications of the NFL Draft.

Fantasy impact of 2009 draft class

Michael Fabiano examines the impact fantasy players in the 2009 NFL rookie class.

Brown highlights top prospects at UConn Pro Day

NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock was at University of Connecticut’s pro day on Wednesday, where the Associated Press reports representatives from 21 teams, including Patriots coach Bill Belichick and Chargers GM A.J. Smith, were present for what was the biggest pro day in school history.

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