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Topic - Dwight Freeney
Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis were virtually inseparable as Colts teammates.
The San Diego Chargers agreed Saturday to a two-year deal with aging star pass rusher Dwight Freeney that could be worth $13.35 million.
Von Miller might have a new pass-rushing partner by week's end.
The first week of NFL free agency isn't over yet, and it's already becoming difficult to keep track of who's coming and going.
The free agency frenzy doesn't begin until March 12.
The Colts were a nice little story six weeks ago.
The way Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall connected, it seemed like they'd never been apart.
A financial adviser for Indianapolis Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney and the adviser's lover have been arrested on federal wire fraud charges that allege they swindled about $2.2 million from the lineman.
The Indianapolis Colts are starting over. Completely.
A New Orleans Saints official familiar with club owner Tom Benson's reaction to the NFL's bounty investigation says general manager Mickey Loomis and coach Sean Payton still have Benson's full support.
Bill Polian earned the trust of Colts owner Jim Irsay by presiding over the league's greatest turnaround in 1999.
The Indianapolis Colts are finding it every bit as difficult to win without Peyton Manning as they suspected it might be.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are eager to show NFL fans across the nation their new identity on a prime time stage.
Marcus Gilbert and Doug Legursky's left shoulders appear to be OK. Maybe. Jonathan Scott's left ankle remains tender but not terrible. Probably.
Hines Ward watched teammate Mike Wallace streaking toward the end zone in the first quarter against Indianapolis on Sunday night and the longtime Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver figured the rout was on.
"Absolutely, I miss him. That's my brother from another mother," Freeney said after a recent Chargers practice. "We are linked together for 10 years, one guy across from me. It is different. It is a little bit uncomfortable without him. I don't like it. But I understand it and I know this is the game, and that's life, and things change."
"We'll play in the parking lot," linebacker Dwight Freeney said. "We just want to go out there and play football and be in this dance."