Nyquist, the horse who won the Kentucky Derby and came in third in the Preakness Stakes, has pulled out of the Belmont due to illness. Nyquist, a colt, has an elevated white blood cell count and a fever, and at this time, is unfit to travel from Baltimore to New York to get ready for... Show More Summary
Before he played Moses Hightower in the Police Academy franchise, Charles "Bubba" Smith took some hard hits on the football field as a Pro Bowl player and defensive end for the Baltimore Colts, among other teams. And those hits during his 10 seasons in the league were apparently enough to...
The expected rematch of Nyquist and Exaggerator, winners of the first two legs of the Triple Crown, will not happen at the Belmont Stakes after all. Nyquist trainer Doug O’Neill said Tuesday morning that the 3-year-old colt’s blood work showed an elevated white cell count and his temperature, after...
The Colts spent a first-round draft pick on pass rusher Bjoern Werner in 2013, and he was a huge disappointment, with just 6.5 sacks before he was released this year. But Werner, who has signed with the Jaguars, says he’s now in the right place. That doesn’t just mean Jacksonville instead of Indianapolis — though…
The Colts continued the process of signing their 2016 draft picks to contracts on Monday by agreeing to terms with second-round safety T.J. Green. Green was the 57th overall pick of the NFL draft and is the seventh of eight Colts selections to sign a contract with the team. It’s a four-year deal for Green,…
The assistant trainer for Nyquist says the Kentucky Derby winner’s trip to Belmont Park has been delayed because the colt developed a “slightly elevated temperature.” Jack Sisterson, trainer Doug O’Neill’s assistant, says the 3-year-colt who finished third in Saturday’s Preakness had a temperature of 102 degrees and wasn’t being sent to the track in New […]
This offseason, Shutdown Corner will travel down memory lane with a series of stories presenting some interesting and sometimes forgotten stories from the NFL's past. Join us as we relive some of the greatest and craziest moments inShow More Summary
Henry Repeating Arms began in 1996, their name being an homage to Benjamin T. Henry, who designed the original 1860 lever action repeating rifle. While they do not have a connection to the original New Haven Arms Company, they do make...Show More Summary
T.Y. Hilton, the Indianapolis Colts wide receiver who is nicknamed “Ghost,” is showing off some pretty stellar flag football highlights starring his young son. But will the younger Hilton, who is Eugene Jr., be a receiver molded after his father or a quarterback like Andrew Luck? It’s a little early to tell, but Junior is […]
Colts should not think about signing Arian Foster
The Ghost Jr. T.Y. Hilton, go-to receiver for the Indianapolis Colts and Andrew Luck, looks to have a Mini-Me on his hands. His son is out here schooling the other elementary kids in flag football. I mean, it's expected he'd be a little better than the rest of his peers based off his father, but he is A LOT BETTER. Show More Summary
Ten years after Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro tragically broke down at the start of the Preakness, the owners of the popular colt watched another horse they bred die during a race on a rainy Saturday at Pimlico Race Course
An unidentified racing aficionado has put $80,000 on Stradivari, driving the young colt's odds down into Nyquist territory for the 2016 Preakness.
Ten years after Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro broke down at the start of the Preakness, the owners of the ill-fated colt have had another horse die on a cool, rainy Saturday at Pimlico Race Course
At the 2016 SHOT Show, Troy introduced their first retro AR-15 replica, the Air Force’s GAU-5A/A Colt carbine as used by the S?n Tây raiders in Operation Ivory Coast. Now, at the 2016 NRA Annual Meeting, Troy has introduced its US Army counterpart: The XM177E2 model, with a forward assist. Show More Summary
Previous signings of veteran receivers suggest Anquan Boldin wouldn't fit with Colts
An elderly man in Florida woke up on Monday morning, urinated, retrieved a Colt.32 caliber revolver from his nightstand and shot his wife in the head while she was still asleep. Then he had some coffee. When police arrived, William Hager, 86, explained that he killed his wife because he could no longer afford her costly medications. Show More Summary
Stradivari has three starts to his resume and none in a stakes race, so why is he so interesting in the 141st running of the Preakness Stakes? Don't overthink this. The best two colts in the field at the Kentucky Derby two weeks ago are still the best two in the field at the 2016 Preakness Stakes on Saturday. Show More Summary
Legendary Baltimore Colts quarterback Johnny Unitas wore No. 19. Ravens rookie receiver Keenan Reynolds wore No. 19 at Navy. Via the Baltimore Sun, a question has arisen regarding whether the Ravens should issue No. 19 to Reynolds. Joe Unitas (son of Johnny) supports the issuance of No. 19 to Reynolds — in part because Johnny…
Teams across the league are shuffling players on and off of their 90-man rosters while taking a look at undrafted rookies, and the Colts have been one of the busiest teams with such moves. Wednesday, the Colts signed free agent cornerback Winston Rose and waived safety Akeem Davis. Rose signed with the Rams as an…