Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri struggled through the worst season of his career last year, and it’s unclear if the 47-year-old will return in 2020. Vinatieri is a free agent, and Colts owner Jim Irsay said he isn’t sure if Vinatieri has played his last game as a Colt.
Thomas J. Russo-USA TODAY Sports Adam Vinatieri says he should have had knee surgery in offseason, missed start of season Adam Vinatierinb游戏平台 told ESPN on Tuesday that he should have undergone surgery in the offseason and missed the start of the season rather than let it linger, which helped to lead to his struggles this season.
nb游戏平台Vinatieri missed Sunday’s loss to the Buccaneers with the knee injury, and given that the soon-to-be 47-year-old was in the midst of the worst season of his storied career, it would not be a surprise to see him hang up the cleats.
nb游戏平台 As the NFL has unveiled its all-time team in celebration of the league’s 100th season, there’s been some criticism that more recent players were overlooked in favor of players from the 1960s and 1970s.
Adam Vinatierinb游戏平台 is in the midst of his worst NFL season, but the Colts aren’t planning on making a change. After the kicker shanked a potential game-winner during Sunday’s loss to the Steelers, coach Frank Reich told reporters that the Colts would be sticking with the 46-year-old.
nb游戏平台 With the final stretch of the season coming up, it’s time to look ahead and see how the Colts stand in terms of the salary cap. We’ll break down their positional salary cap spending, how it compares to the NFL average, their projected salary cap number for next season and their notable impending free agents.