Adam Vinatieri Fantasy News

Tuesday, March 11, 2014, 6:21pm

NFL Transactionist, Twitter - [Full Article]

Colts re-signed K Adam Vinatieri.

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Wednesday, July 27, 2011, 5:32pm

ESPN.com - [Full Article]

Per his agency: Adam Vinatieri has agreed to terms on a new 3-year deal with the Colts.

Fantasy Impact:

Vinatieri finished as 2010's PK3. He kicks for a good offense in a dome, so he's a solid pick in the final rounds on draft day.

Colts Vinatieri could kick full time
Thursday, June 24, 2010, 9:22am

Indy Football Report - [Full Article]

We said early this week that K Adam Vinatieri's return was a reason for optimism, but Vinatieri also is coming off the most injury-plagued season of his career, having missed 10 games last season with hip and knee injuries.

Vinatieri looked good during organized team activities, and talked of feeling good and playing several more seasons. A more pressing issue for the Colts involving the 15-year veteran is whether he can remain healthy through an entire season.

Considering the Colts seem to very much want him to be the kicking specialist next season, and considering they didn't re-sign veteran Matt Stover – who kicked the last half of the regular season and the post-season – indications are the Colts believe he will be healthy. No reason to believe he can't remain that way, and if that's true, history indicates 37-year-old kickers can be very effective.

Friday, June 11, 2010, 10:47am

Indianapolis Colts Examiner - [Full Article]

Is K Adam Vinatieri ready for a full, productive season? The 15-year veteran looked healthy during OTAs, and not only said he felt healthy, said he wanted to play several more seasons. Fans liekly will take something of a wait-and-see approach, but whereas last season the talk around Vinatieri was off-season surgery and projected return dates, this off-season was about getting ready for next season. A significant difference.

Thursday, May 20, 2010, 2:01pm

Indianapolis Star - [Full Article]

The Indianapolis Colts appear to have their health as they go through the next phase of their offseason program.

Safety Bob Sanders and WR Anthony Gonzalez were among the players participating in the second of nine organized team activities (OTAs) Thursday at the team’s West 56th Street complex.

Sanders suffered a season-ending biceps injury against San Francisco Nov. 1 while Gonzalez sustained what proved to be a season-ending injury to his right knee in the team’s Sept. 13 opener against Jacksonville. Sanders was not made available to the media today, but Gonzalez insisted he was as close to 100 percent as he’s likely to be.

And that included K Adam Vinatieri. The team’s veteran place-kicker was limited to six games in 2009 after undergoing surgery on his right hip and right knee.

Super Bowl XLIV inactives
Sunday, February 7, 2010, 4:45pm

nfl.com - [Full Article]

New Orleans Saints inactives:

WR Adrian Arrington, TE Darnell Dinkins, RB Lynell Hamilton, TE Tory Humphrey, G Jamar Nesbit, DE Paul Spicer, LB Anthony Waters

Indianapolis Colts inactives:

DE Ervin Baldwin, TE Colin Cloherty, WR Samuel Giguere, DT John Gill, DT Fili Moala, G Mike Pollak, OT Michael Toudouze, K Adam Vinatieri

Colts Super Bowl injury report - FRIDAY
Friday, February 5, 2010, 6:08pm

colts.com - [Full Article]

Reggie Wayne was limited in practice Friday after aggravating a knee, but is probable to play. The injury is not considered serious.

As expected, DE Dwight Freeney did not practice. He remains questionable.

DB Jerraud Powers returned to limited practice after missing practice earlier in the week and is also questionable.

Everyone else was a full participant Friday.

Colts Friday Injury Report:

Probable:

RB Joseph Addai (shoulder), DB Antoine Bethea (back), LB Gary Brackett (knee), RB Donald Brown (foot), DB Melvin Bullitt (knee), OT Ryan Diem (knee), DB Aaron Francisco (hand), RB Mike Hart (ankle), DT Antonio Johnson (shoulder), OT Charlie Johnson (foot), OG Ryan Lilja (back), DE Robert Mathis (shoulder), OG Jamey Richard (shoulder), K Matt Stover (left calf), TE Jacob Tamme (ankle), OT Tony Ugoh (knee), K Adam Vinatieri (right hip),
WR Reggie Wayne (knee)

Questionable:

DE Dwight Freeney (ankle), DB Jerraud Powers (foot)

Thursday’s Super Bowl injury report
Thursday, February 4, 2010, 11:58pm

NFL.com - [Full Article]

NEW ORLEANS Saints

Did not participate in practice: RB Lynell Hamilton (ankle).

Limited participation in practice: CB Randall Gay (foot), CB Malcolm Jenkins (hamstring), DE Bobby McCray (back, ankle), S Pierson Prioleau (quadricep), WR Courtney Roby (knee), S Darren Sharper (knee), TE Jeremy Shockey (knee), DE Will Smith (groin), OT Zach Strief (shoulder), LB Jonathan Vilma (knee).

Full participation in practice: OT Jermon Bushrod (thumb), LB Jonathan Casillas (ankle), TE Darnell Dinkins (foot), G Jahri Evans (foot), LB Scott Fujita (knee), CB Jabari Greer (groin), WR Robert Meachem (ankle), WR Lance Moore (ankle), CB Tracy Porter (knee).

INDIANAPOLIS Colts
Did not participate in practice: DE Dwight Freeney (ankle), G Ryan Lilja (back), CB Jerraud Powers (foot).

Full participation in practice: RB Joseph Addai (shoulder), CB Antoine Bethea (back), LB Gary Brackett (knee), RB Donald Brown (foot), CB Melvin Bullitt (knee), OT Ryan Diem (knee), CB Aaron Francisco (hand), RB Mike Hart (ankle), DT Antonio Johnson (shoulder), OT Charlie Johnson (foot), DE Robert Mathis (shoulder), G Jamey Richard (shoulder), K Matt Stover (left calf), TE Jacob Tamme (ankle), OT Tony Ugoh (knee), K Adam Vinatieri (right hip), WR Reggie Wayne (knee).

Thursday, January 28, 2010, 5:18pm

Pro Football Talk - [Full Article]

Dwight Freeney missed Colts practice on Wednesday and Thursday, according to the team's official practice report.

Also missing practice on Thursday was defensive back Melvin Bullitt (knee) and defensive back Jerraud Powers (foot). Bullitt fully participated in practice on Wednesday.

Limited in practice on Thursday were defensive back Antoine Bethea (back) and tight end Jacob Tamme (ankle).

Fifteen Colts players fully participated in practice on Thursday despite injuries, including running back Joseph Addai (shoulder), linebacker Gary Brackett (knee), running back Donald Brown (foot), tackle Ryan Diem (elbow), defensive back Aaron Francisco (hand), running back Mike Hart (ankle), linebacker Ramon Humber (knee), defensive tackle Antonio Johnson (shoulder), tackle Charlie Johnson (foot), defensive end Robert Mathis (shoulder), guard Jamey Richard (shoulder), defensive back Jamie Silva (hand), tackle Tony Ugoh (knee), kicker Adam Vinatieri (hip), and receiver Reggie Wayne (knee).

Wednesday, January 27, 2010, 7:05pm

Pro Football Talk - [Full Article]

Indianapolis Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney did not participate in practice today as he nurses an ankle injury suffered in the AFC Championship Game.

Freeney was the most noteworthy of the injuries the Colts reported today. Two other Colts, tight end Jacob Tamme (ankle) and cornerback Jerraud Powers (foot) also did not participate.

The Colts listed defensive back Antoine Bethea (back) as a limited participants.

Indianapolis also listed 16 players as full participants: running back Joseph Addai (shoulder), linebacker Gary Brackett (knee), running back Donald Brown (foot), defensive back Melvin Bullitt (knee), offensive tackle Ryan Diem (elbow), defensive back Aaron Francisco (hand), running back Mike Hart (ankle), linebacker Ramon Humber (knee), defensive tackle Antonio Johnson (shoulder), offensive tackle Charlie Johnson (foot), defensive end Robert Mathis (shoulder), guard Jamey Richard (shoulder), defensive back Jamie Silva (hand), offensive tackle Tony Ugoh (knee), kicker Adam Vinatieri (right hip) and wide receiver Reggie Wayne (knee).

The Saints did not practice today.

Jerraud Powers inactive for Colts
Sunday, January 24, 2010, 2:08pm

Pro Football Talk - [Full Article]

Indianapolis Colts cornerback Jerraud Powers is inactive for today's AFC Championship Game against the New York Jets.

Powers was initially listed as questionable with a foot injury, but on Saturday he was downgraded to doubtful. Jacob Lacey will start in his place.

The Colts' other inactives are kicker Adam Vinatieri, wide receiver Sam Giguere, tight end Colin Cloherty, offensive tackle Michael Toudouze, guard Mike Pollak, defensive end Ervin Baldwin and defensive tackle Fili Moala.

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Colts have 17 probable, one questionable
Friday, January 22, 2010, 5:16pm

Pro Football Talk - [Full Article]

The Colts still have 18 names on their injury report. All but one of the players, however, has been listed as probable for Sunday's AFC title game.

The only player questionable for the showdown with the Jets is defensive back Jerraud Powers, who missed practice all week with a foot injury.

The probable players are running back Joseph Addai (shoulder), Antoine Bethea (back), defensive back Ervin Baldwin (shin), linebacker Gary Brackett (calf), defensive back Melvin Bullitt (shoulder), tight end Dallas Clark (illness), tackle Ryan Diem (elbow), defensive end Dwight Freeney (foot), linebacker Cody Glenn (back), defensive tackle Antonio Johnson (shoulder), tackle Charlie Johnson (foot), defensive end Robert Mathis (knee), guard Jamey Richard (shoulder), tight end Jacob Tamme (ankle), tackle Tony Ugoh (knee), kicker Adam Vinatieri (right hip), receiver Reggie Wayne (knee).

The 17 probable players fully participated in practice on Friday, with the exception of tackle Tony Ugoh, who was rested.

We'd hate to see how many Colts would have been on the injury report if they hadn't tanked it Weeks 16 and 17.

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Dallas Clark limited Wednesday with illness
Wednesday, January 20, 2010, 6:03pm

Pro Football Talk - [Full Article]

Last week, 20 players appeared on the Colts' injury list. This week, they're down to only (only?) 18.

The difference, however, is that none of last week's 20 injured players missed all or part of any practice. This time around, several were limited.

Defensive back Jerraud Powers missed Wednesday's session entirely with a foot injury. Tight end Dallas Clark participated on a limited basis, due to an illness. Also limited was defensive back Antoine Bethea (back).

The other 15 injured players fully participated: running back Joseph Addai (shoulder), defensive back Ervin Baldwin (shin), linebacker Gary Brackett (calf), defensive back Melvin Bullitt (shoulder), tackle Ryan Diem (elbow), defensive end Dwight Freeney (foot), linebacker Cody Glenn (back), defensive tackle Antonio Johnson (shoulder), tackle Charlie Johnson (foot), defensive end Robert Mathis (knee), guard Jamey Richard (shoulder), tight end Jacob Tamme (ankle), tackle Tony Ugoh (knee), kicker Adam Vinatieri (right hip), receiver Reggie Wayne (knee).