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The oldest player in the National Football League is officially returning for another season.

The Indianapolis Colts kicker have signed a one-year $3.875 million deal with 46-year-old kicker Adam Vinatieri.
This will be the Yankton, SD native’s 24th season in the NFL.

The deal was first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Friday.

A four-time Super Bowl champion, Vinatieri made 23 of his 27 kicks this season, but struggled in the team’s AFC Divisional Round playoff game loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, missing two kicks, including one from 23 yards out. Previously, Vinatieri had been 97-for-97 in his career on kicks of 23 yards or fewer.

Undrafted out of South Dakota State in 1996, Vinatieri spent the first decade of his career with the New England Patriots before joining the Colts in 2006. With the Pats, Vinatieri became the first ever player to decide two Super Bowls with game-winning field goals against the St. Louis Rams at Super Bowl XXXVI and again against the Carolina Panthers at Super Bowl XXXVIII.

Vinatieri is the NFL’s all-time leader in points scored (2,598) and field goals made (582) and is the only player in NFL history to score 1,000 points with two different teams.

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Pat McAfee was still one of the league’s best punters when he announced his retirement from the Colts following the 2016 season. But the 29-year-old had dreams that extended beyond kicking a football for a living, and after making millions over eight NFL seasons, he decided it was time to pursue them.
But weeks before McAfee left the game on his own terms, the Colts fired general manager Ryan Grigson after a tumultuous four years. McAfee’s response to that Grigson’s demise began with a two-word tweet: “Thank God.”
“‘Unwarranted Arrogance’ just ran into a brick wall called karma,” McAfee tweeted a short time later.
Clearly, these two men had a history, and McAfee offered a glimpse behind the curtain during a recent visit to “PFT Live.”
“The first conversation we had together, he told me I was the lowest thing in the organization, and he does not want to keep me,” McAfee said. “[Colts owner] Mr. Irsay is forcing him to do it. That’s our first conversation we had. Whenever he cut our entire team [in 2012] and only kept a couple people, the first conversation he told me I was the lowest thing in the organization and the only reason why I’m there because for some reason, Mr. Irsay won’t cut [me]. Literally. It’s not a love-hate relationship. It’s been a hate relationship since Day 1. Whenever he got fired, I was real excited. It was a great day in my life.”
In May, the Browns hired Grigson as a senior personnel executive. As you might expect, McAfee was unimpressed.
“The only way the Cleveland Browns could get worse, they brought him in. I’m trying to save the Cleveland Browns because the people of Cleveland deserve it. They’re beautiful, they’re amazing people. I think they should just send him to Canada. I think it would be great news for everybody, and for America, and that’s what I’m really here for. America.”

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INDIANAPOLIS — Robert Mathis voiced his opinion about possibly coaching Dec. 30, 2016, the day he announced his plan to retire after 14 NFL seasons.

“I think I have made it known that I definitely want to push my knowledge of pass rushing on to the younger players,” the Indianapolis Colts’ franchise sacks leader said that Friday afternoon. “Any shape, form or fashion that can be done, I am more than open to it.”

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It also turns out that Mathis wasted little time in jumping right in to pass along the knowledge he developed during a career that included 123 sacks and five Pro Bowl selections.

It was only a matter of days before Mathis was asking about what he could do to help the team.

“He came to us right after the season and said, ‘What can I do to help?’” defensive coordinator Ted Monachino said this week. “We just sent him to work on it and he went and talked to everybody he needed to talk to, got it approved and here he is.”

And Mathis has been a regular at the Colts facility since getting the OK to offer his services. The 36-year-old is not considered a staff member; rather, Mathis is classified as a volunteer.

Any knowledge Mathis can shed will be helpful for a defensive unit that has undergone significant changes this offseason after finishing 30th in the NFL in 2016 and is moving forward uncertain about who will pressure opposing quarterbacks next season.

“He does a nice job,” Monachino said. “He’s a good communicator, he’s sharp, he thinks ahead, he sees the game through a barn door instead of through a straw. So I can see how he fits. I think he’s got a trait to [become a coach].”

Robert Mathis, a full-time coach?

Not so fast, he says. He currently has no interest in doing it full time.

“I’m positive about that,” Mathis said during a recent radio interview on WNDE-FM 97.5 in Indianapolis. “I want to maximize my time with my family. But I definitely want to be around the game in some shape … and ideally it would be my team that I’ve been a part of for 14 years.’’

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INDIANAPOLIS — Colts quarterback Andrew Luck acknowledged Monday that he originally injured his surgically repaired right shoulder during the 2015 season.

Luck and the Colts held off on the quarterback having surgery at the end of the 2015 season because they felt like rehab was the best route to go. But Luck decided to go ahead with the surgery this offseason after he aggravated the injury last season against Denver.

 

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“I certainly felt like it was the right decision, which makes it easier and pulling the trigger on it easier,” Luck said. “I felt very, very comfortable with the surgeon and his plan and our rehab plan here.

“This wasn’t an off-the-cuff thing. I put a lot of thought, effort and plan in moving forward after the season — talked to a lot of people and got quality information. Honestly, it wasn’t too hard of a decision. It felt right.”

The surgery on Luck’s throwing shoulder is expected to keep him out of most of the team’s nine-week offseason workout program. Neither Luck, coach Chuck Pagano nor general manager Chris Ballard has a definitive timetable on when he’ll return to 100 percent.

Scott Tolzien will work with the first unit until Luck returns. Luck’s goal is play in all 16 games next season.

“I made this decision based off all the information we could all find, that I could find,” Luck said. “I have no regrets going to get surgery. I fully trust when the doctors say I’m 100 percent, that I’ll be 100 percent no question.”

Luck has shied away from talking about injuries in the past. But that changed Monday when he admitted that the injury originally occurred in the Colts’ come-from-behind 35-33 victory against the Tennessee Titans in Week 3 of the 2015 season. Luck missed the next two games before returning and playing four straight games before a lacerated kidney ended his 2015 season.

Luck and the Colts decided rehabbing the shoulder was the best approach to take after that season. Owner Jim Irsay said during the team’s trip to London last season that his franchise quarterback aggravated the injury while trying to make a tackle following an interception that was returned for touchdown by Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib in Week 2.

Luck, who wore a sling on his shoulder for part of the offseason, was listed as a full participant in 24 of the Colts’ 48 practices last season.

“My practice schedule was different and altered — that made things a little bit more difficult from a preparation standpoint,” Luck said. “There were a couple of times during the year where I would get hit in an awkward position, in an awkward way. It wouldn’t feel great and it would be a taxing effort to get ready for the next week.”

Despite the injury, Luck still passed for 4,240 yards and 31 touchdowns while completing a career-high 63.5 percent of his passes in 15 games last season.

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INDIANAPOLIS – The man Andrew Luck looked to in so many critical situations last season is staying in the place he’s called home for his entire life.

On Tuesday night, the Colts agreed to terms with tight end Jack Doyle, an Indianapolis native who has spent the previous four years playing for his hometown team.

“Jack is a consummate professional who is highly revered among all in this organization,” general manager Chris Ballard said in a team release.

“He possesses a tremendous amount of talent and you can witness how much he loves playing the game when you watch him compete. Jack has emerged as a leader in his four seasons with this team and we’re thrilled he’ll be returning. We also want to thank his agents Buddy Baker and Matthew Pope for their efforts throughout this process.”

Doyle, 26, was outstanding in a contract year this past season.

With Coby Fleener moving on last offseason, Doyle shattered previous career-highs with 59 catches for 584 yards and five touchdowns.

Doyle was the Colts’ second leading receiver and easily one of the more reliable targets, particularly in big moments.

Among the NFL tight ends with at least 50 targets in 2016, Doyle had the highest catch percentage (78.6 percent, 59-of-75 balls caught).

The Colts have asked Doyle to fill a plethora of roles in his four seasons in Indy.

Injuries have not been an issue for Doyle. He’s yet to miss a game due to injury since joining the NFL in 2013.

Coming into 2016, Doyle had career totals of 35 catches for 209 yards. His days of primarily being a blocker deteriorated this past season.

The Colts will bring back Doyle and Dwayne Allen at the top of the tight end position, with Erik Swoope (an exclusive rights free agent) also likely returning to compile an extremely deep group.

Reports indicate Doyle’s deal was for three years and $19 million.

During the free agency process, Doyle expressed a hope to return to the Colts.

“Obviously, I want to be in Indy,” Doyle said in late February. “This is the team I dreamed to play for, the team I grew up rooting for.”

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INDIANAPOLIS – Before March rolls around, the Colts would be well served to decide how they view the future for Clayton Geathers.

Is the third-year safety an enforcer from the safety position, with the versatility to move down to linebacker on passing downs?

Or would the Colts be wiser to put Geathers permanently at linebacker, adding some speed to the front seven?

Those are questions the Colts will ask of themselves this offseason.

“That’s an excellent question,” defensive coordinator Ted Monachino said during the 2016 season when asked about Geathers possibly moving to linebacker for good. “Is he a guy that we grow into a full-time linebacker at some point down the road?”

When Geathers was healthy in 2016 he was the soundest tackler the Colts had on defense.

“Clayton is a fine football player,” Monachino said. “We have to find ways to continue to keep him going and being productive because he has the ability to make a bunch of plays.”

Currently, the Colts have their own questions at safety and inside linebacker.

At safety, the team is seeing Mike Adams and Darius Butler enter free agency. T.J. Green, a rookie from last season, did not secure a starting spot exiting 2016.

At inside linebacker, D’Qwell Jackson has been released, opening up a starting spot. The Colts must decide if youngsters Edwin Jackson and Antonio Morrison are starting caliber players in 2017.

All of these factors will play into how the 220-pound Geathers will be used in his third NFL season.

Geathers heads into 2017 recovering from a neck injury that ended his 2016 season after just nine games.

One player who is really eager to see the development of Geathers is the recently retired Robert Mathis.

“He means what Bob Sanders meant to us,” Mathis says of Geathers.

“He’s got a lot of nasty in him and he will show up real ugly to every play. He brings bad intentions. He will strike and he will not say a word about it, too. Next play, he will just strike you again.

“He’s the real silent assassin on the team.”