Colts signed RB Frank Gore, formerly of the 49ers, to a three-year, $12 million contract.
Sources tell FOX Sports Frank Gore pulled out of his deal with the Eagles in part because he was more intrigued by the chance to play in the Colts' offense.
According to FOX's Mike Garafolo, all indications are free agent Frank Gore in now "intent" on joining the Colts.
ESPN's Adam Schefter confirms free agent Frank Gore has gotten "cold feet" on signing with the Eagles, and is drawing interest from the Colts.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports free agent Frank Gore is "reconsidering" signing with the Eagles.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Frank Gore's deal with the Eagles will be for three years, and include $7.5 million guaranteed across the first two.
Sources tell ESPN's Adam Schefter that free agent RB Frank Gore has told people he will sign with the Eagles this week.
Yahoo's Rand Getlin reports the Eagles have an offer on the table for free agent Frank Gore that includes $7 million in guarantees.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the 49ers believe free agent Frank Gore is heading elsewhere.
CSN Bay Area reports the Colts and free agent Frank Gore have "mutual interest in working toward a contract."
NJ.com reports that the Eagles have "serious interest" in free agent Frank Gore.
49ers CEO Jed York said the team will "figure out a way" to keep free agent RB Frank Gore.
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports says free agent Frank Gore is looking to be paid $4 million per year.
49ers GM Trent Baalke said the team would like to re-sign free agent Frank Gore.