2017 SeasonAll times ET

2017 Schedule
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Jaylon Smith's debut comes in Cowboys' win (1:15)
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Prescott connects with Bryant for TD (0:36)

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

HALFTIME: COLTS 10, COWBOYS 10. Colts coach Chuck Pagano followed through with his desire to have quarterback Scott Tolzien and the first-team offense get more playing time against Dallas. Tolzien played the entire first half, going 10-of-14 for 70 yards. Offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski kept things relatively simply for Tolzien, as the quarterback threw a number of underneath throws. A bright spot for the Colts was the play of rookie running back Marlon Mack, who was making his debut. Mack, the team's fourth-round draft pick, averaged 12.5 yards on his first two carries and also showed that he has the potential of being Frank Gore's replacement down the road.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

You wouldn't have guessed that the Colts spent the offseason reshaping their defense based off how they looked in the first quarter against the Dallas Cowboys. The Colts gave up 170 yards and 10 first downs in the first quarter. And what makes it even worse is that the Colts had 10 of their projected 11 starters. The only starter they're missing is safety Malik Hooker, who has been dealing with a shoulder injury.

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2dBill Barnwell

One Colt makes 'Perfect NFL Roster'

This 53-man group chosen from across the league fits beneath the $167 million salary cap. Rookie Malik Hooker made the team as a sub.

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The Bill Barnwell Show: AFC South Preview

Bill Barnwell and Paul Kuharsky go team-by-team in a preview of the AFC South. Will the Titans continue their upward trajectory? Can Andrew Luck stay healthy?

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Kelly injury bad news for Colts (0:41)

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts coach Chuck Pagano said starting center Ryan Kelly will have foot surgery and will miss part of the regular season

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts are taking the possibility of moving T.J. Green from safety to cornerback seriously. Green took almost all the first-team reps at cornerback in practice Wednesday. Green was selected as a safety in the second round of the 2016 draft.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts had some of their injured players return to practice Tuesday. Receivers Donte Moncrief and Phillip Dorsett, running back Marlon Mack and linebacker Jon Bostic were all back after missing some or all of last week. Rookie safety Malik Hooker missed practice with a shoulder injury. Coach Chuck Pagano said the injury doesn't appear to be serious.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts are giving T.J. Green, who was drafted as a safety in 2016, a look at cornerback. Green is excited about the possibility of making the switch.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

T.J. Green, the Colts second-round pick who was drafted as a safety in 2016, is getting snaps at cornerback in practice Tuesday.

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Preseason Power Rankings: Colts climb a spot

Indianapolis is trending up, but what's the deal with Andrew Luck? His shoulder has overshadowed training camp, and his health will make or break the Colts this season.

2017 Draft Picks

RD(PK)PLAYERPOSSCHOOL
1(15)Malik HookerSOhio State
2(14)Quincy WilsonCBFlorida
3(16)Tarell BashamDEOhio
4(31)Zach BannerOTUSC
4(37)Marlon MackRBSouth Florida
4(38)Grover StewartDTAlbany State (GA)
5(14)Nate HairstonCBTemple
5(17)Anthony Walker Jr.ILBNorthwestern

Team Stats

Passing Yards262.6Tied-5th
Rushing Yards101.823rd
Points For25.78th
Points Against24.522nd