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7-9, 3rd in AFC South
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Former Vikings CB Rhodes to sign with Colts

Xavier Rhodes, who became a free agent when the former All-Pro cornerback was released by the Vikings to free up room under the salary cap, has reached a deal with the Colts.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have signed former San Francisco defensive tackle Sheldon Day as they look to continue to upgrade their defensive line. Day spent the past three seasons as a teammate of DeForest Buckner, who the Colts acquired from the 49ers last week. Day, an Indianapolis native, had 15 tackles and a sack last season with San Francisco.

The time Ron Burgundy interviewed Peyton Manning (7:01)

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have only made one outside free agent move, but it was a necessary one at quarterback

What can QB Rivers and coach Reich accomplish together? (1:13)
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QB Rivers weighed retirement before Colts deal

Philip Rivers, who signed his one-year contract with the Colts on Saturday, still believes he can be a starting quarterback in the NFL after contemplating the possibility of retirement.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts added to their busy day of signing QB Philip Rivers to his contract and releasing CB Pierre Desir to also releasing veteran QB Brian Hoyer. They signed Hoyer to be Jacoby Brissett's backup following Andrew Luck's retirement in 2019. Releasing Hoyer means Rivers, Brissett and Chad Kelly are the QBs currently on the roster.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts QB Philip Rivers said he doesn't expect to still playing football in the Tom Brady age range - 42 years old. He said he's taking it year by year on how much longer he plans to play.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

New Colts QB Philip Rivers said this is the first time that he and his wife talked about the possibility of retiring during the offseason. He wants to eventually be a high school coach. "But we settled in on 'I still love to play. I still know I can play at a high level. Did it in spurts last year. Just didn't do it consistently enough."

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Colts release CB Desir; Rivers officially signs

Cornerback Pierre Desir, who had 50 tackles and three interceptions while starting 11 games for the Colts last season, has been released by the team, which also announced the signing of quarterback Philip Rivers.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts are releasing CB Pierre Desir, a source confirmed. Releasing Desir comes a year after the Colts gave him a 3-year, $25-million contract. Desir missed four games due to injury in 2019. Indy is saving $6.8 million by releasing Desir. Kenny Moore, Rock Ya-Sin, Marvell Tell and Quincy Wilson are Indy's top four CBs returning.

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Source: Ebron, Steelers reach 2-year, $12M deal

Tight end Eric Ebron, who was used more like a hybrid receiver during his two seasons with the Colts, has reached a two-year, $12 million deal with the Steelers, a source told ESPN.

The Undefeated's Cover Three: Dak Prescott gets the franchise tag, new QB in Indianapolis (8:33)
How do the Colts stack up in the AFC with Rivers? (1:16)
Recapping the most wild NFL Free Agency moments so far (1:29)

Team Stats

Passing Yards194.330th
Rushing Yards133.17th
Points For22.6Tied-16th
Points Against23.3