Lance Louis

#60G,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 323
Born:
College: San Diego State
Birth Place: New Orleans, Louisiana
Draft: 2009 7th round (37th pick) by the
  • Yardbarker

    Denver Broncos: Preview of weeks 9-17 of the 2017-2018 season

    After previewing the first half of the 2017-2018 season, the vast majority of people felt that the Broncos would enter the second half of the season with six or seven wins. It’s a very possible result mainly because Denver plays four of its first seven games at home plus they are returning a defense that is still playing at a championship level. The second half of the season will not get any easier for first year head coach, Vance Joseph and the Broncos. The team will play five of their last nine games on the road and will have to play nine games straight without a bye week. With this being said, durability will the key for this team to make it back to the playoffs. Let’s take a closer look at

  • Prosecutors: Ex-NFL player is the victim of $4.5M fraud
    The Salt Lake Tribune

    Prosecutors: Ex-NFL player is the victim of $4.5M fraud

    Indianapolis • Federal prosecutors say a money manager stole more than $4.5 million from an unnamed former NFL player who played several years for the Indianapolis Colts. U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler said Friday that 63-year-old Kenneth Ray Cleveland of Agoura Hills, California, has been indicted on seven counts of wire fraud and three counts of money laundering in the investment fraud scheme. Prosecutors say Cleveland was the football player's financial adviser for nearly a decade starting when the player entered the NFL after college. They say the player provided Cleveland with millions of dollars to invest. Prosecutors say Cleveland used $2 million to pay other clients in a Ponzi scheme, and

  • An ESPN Insider thinks Colts improved most this offseason
    Colts Wire

    An ESPN Insider thinks Colts improved most this offseason

    Ever since the Indianapolis Colts brought in Chris Ballard to replace Ryan Grigson, the narrative surrounding the team has been ultimately positive. As ESPN polled their NFL Insiders, one of them thinks they made the most improvements this offseason. Several pundits around the league have lauded the job that the Colts have done, both in free agency and in the 2017 NFL Draft. They’ve added plenty of young talent to the defense while bringing in competition at just about every position. NFL Insider Kevin Seifert feels the Colts have made the most improvement throughout this offseason. Here was his reasoning: New Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard did a great job filling holes with