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News Week-In-Review: February 3-7

Posted Feb 7, 2014

Intro: Here’s a look back on the Colts news of the week with the NFL season officially complete after Seattle’s 43-8 victory over Denver in Super Bowl XLVIII.



INDIANAPOLIS – The calendar has turned to February and that means the offseason is officially upon every NFL.

This week’s news looked at some offseason position questions along with some wrap up on Super Bowl week from Coby Fleener and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell

Here’s a look at the news of the week:

Monday, February 3:


(Article)-Why does Matt Hasselbeck call Andrew Luck the "ideal franchise quarterback".

Tuesday, February 4:


(Article)-We look back on Super Bowl XLVIII and how the Seahawks blueprint followed the Colts one over Denver.

(Blog)-Here's Coby Fleener's final entry from covering Super Bowl week for Monday Morning Quarterback.

(Article)-NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell addressed some league issues last week that could impact the Colts.

Wednesday, February 5:


(Article)-This week's #ColtsMailbag comes in part one and two.

(Blog)-Wednesday was National Signing Day. What does Dwayne Allen recall about picking Clemson over Georgia

(Article)-The Defensive Burning Questions series looks at the front seven heading into the offseason.

Thursday, February 6:


(Article)-The Final Burning Questions series looks at the Colts secondary and special teams units.

Friday, February 7:

(Article)-The list of 335 draft prospects heading to the NFL Combine in two weeks has been published.

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