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No. 56: Jay Cutler

Six years ago he was viewed as a franchise savior. Now, on his third head coach and fifth offensive coordinator, with fans’ frustration boiling over, it has come down to this: Jay Cutler has one last chance to make it work in Chicago

Colts Preview: Super Bowl Contenders, as Luck Would Have It

Because of Andrew Luck, the Colts have gotten very good very fast. With their superstar quarterback ready to take even more ownership of this offense, Indy is ready to step into the Super Bowl conversation

A Father’s Life Lessons

We asked a dozen men in the NFL—players, coaches and executives—to share the best thing they’ve learned from their dad or an influential father figure. Here’s the wisdom that’s been passed on by mail carriers, businessmen, high school coaches, Hall of Famers, construction workers, educators and military veterans

‘They Can’t Stop You’

Daniel Adongo wasn't supposed to see the field until 2014, but the former rugby star had other plans. Four months after he learned how to strap on the pads, the Kenyan made his Colts debut thanks to a tireless work ethic and the suppression of old instincts. He left the gridiron with one big epiphany

‘Build the Monster’

That’s the Colts’ motto—and also the theme of their great experiment for 2013: to take a budding Kenyan rugby star and turn him into an NFL pass-rushing beast. With Daniel Adongo, the learning curve is steep, but the payoff may be huge

A Colt Special

Indy GM Ryan Grigson on last weekend’s 20-point win at San Francisco, getting Trent Richardson up to speed and using scouts as foreign correspondents

It’s Complicated

I say the Colts got the better of the Trent Richardson deal by addressing their most glaring need in order to win now—though my colleague Robert Klemko believes it’s a clear win for the new Browns regime