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Colt Congratulates Team Colt Shooters Maggie Reese and Mark Redl on Strong Showing at IPSC Nationals

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. (September 23, 2016) – Colt is pleased to congratulate Team Colt for another outstanding showing at the IPSC Nationals, September 17-18 in Frostproof, FL. Team Colt shooters Maggie Reese and Mark Redl both placed in this elite competition, with Reese taking a win. Show More Summary

Colt Congratulates Team Colt Shooters Maggie Reese and Mark Redl

Colt is pleased to congratulate Team Colt shooters Maggie Reese and Mark Redl for their impressive showing at the IPSC Nationals in Frostproof, FL this past weekend! This post Colt Congratulates Team Colt Shooters Maggie Reese and Mark Redl appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

Announcer Bob Lamey throws out an “F” bomb at end of the Chargers-Colts game

Indianapolis Colts announcer Bob Lamey is known as a big-time homer for his calls, but no one can ever accuse him of not wearing his heart on his sleeve. And when it comes to the Colts, Lamey certainly bleeds the team colors. So when...Show More Summary

Andrew Luck, Colts Finally Flash Reason for Hope in Win over Chargers

There hasn't been much to celebrate so far this season in Indianapolis. The Colts lost a heartbreaker to the Detroit Lions in Week 1 and were throttled in Denver a week ago. For the third straight season, the Colts started the season...Show More Summary

Comeback win gives Colts hope, leaves Chargers with concerns

The Indianapolis Colts may have salvaged their season Sunday        

Luck, Hilton rescue Colts late against Chargers

A long TD connection kept Indianapolis from tumbling to 0-3.        

Luck, Hilton Hook Up to Rally Colts Past Chargers 26-22

Andrew Luck shook off a sore throwing shoulder, then watched T.Y. Hilton break a tackle on a 63-yard touchdown pass with 1:17 to play Sunday, giving the Indianapolis Colts a 26-22 victory over the San Diego Chargers.

Colts come back to beat the Chargers

In a back-and-forth battle that went down to the final minute, the Colts got the last score and beat the Chargers today in Indianapolis. The Colts won it on a last-minute touchdown pass from Andrew Luck to T.Y. Hilton, who had an outstanding game. Hilton had eight catches for 174 yards and capitalized on a…

Manti Te'o Injury: Updates on Chargers LB's Achilles and Return

San Diego Chargers linebacker Manti Te'o suffered an Achilles injury on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts and was ruled out for the game, according to the team. Continue for updates. Te'o Carted to Locker Room Sunday, Sept. 25 Eric...Show More Summary

Indianapolis Colts look to avoid 0-3 start against San Diego Chargers

Losing three straight games to start the season puts a team in an awful spot. Only five teams in the modern era have made the postseason after starting 0-3. It drains the confidence and will of a team. For the Indianapolis Colts, Week...Show More Summary

Buzz: Is Colts QB Andrew Luck OK to play or not?

Check back throughout the day for all the latest quick hits from around the league.        

Antonio Gates Injury: Updates on Chargers TE's Hamstring and Return

San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates is doubtful to play against the Indianapolis Colts Sunday due to a hamstring injury. Continue for updates. What Gates' Potential Absence Means for Chargers Friday, Sept. 23 In the wake of San...Show More Summary

San Diego Chargers vs. Indianapolis Colts Betting Odds, Analysis, NFL Pick

The San Diego Chargers don't garner much respect around the NFL betting community, and for fair reason considering they tumbled to a 4-12 record last year. But playing the Rodney Dangerfield role can lead to friendlier point spreads,...Show More Summary

Luck returns to Colts' practice but sticks to limited work

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck returned to practice Thursday but did limited work and did not throw during the open portion of practice        

Darian Stewart Fined $9,115 for Hit on Andrew Luck: Latest Details, Reaction

Denver Broncos safety Darian Stewart was fined $9,115 by the NFL for a hit on Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck in Sunday's 34-20 win. Troy E. Renck of Denver7 reported the news Wednesday, noting it's the second time in as many weeks that Stewart has been issued a fine for a hit. Show More Summary

5 Reasons the Texans Are Showing Last Season Wasn't Just Luck

Last season, the Houston Texans surprised a lot of people by winning their division after everybody and their mama picked the Indianapolis Colts to win the AFC South. Of course, that may have been aided by Andrew Luck's season beingShow More Summary

Darian Stewart fined again, this time for hit on Andrew Luck

For the second week in a row, Broncos defensive back Darian Stewart has been fined for a hit on an opposing quarterback. Stewart was fined this week for a hit on Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, Troy Renck of ABC 7 in Denver reports. Last week Stewart was fined for a hit on Panthers quarterback Cam…

Luck sits out practice due to sore shoulder

The Colts held quarterback Andrew Luck out of practice Wednesday due to a sore shoulder. Luck told reporters he’s sore from last week’s game in Denver but expects to play Sunday when the 0-2 Colts host the Chargers. Injuries limited Luck to seven games last year. He was a limited participant in practice before the…

Colts get Vontae Davis, other DBs back at practice

The Colts have been so banged up in the secondary over the first two weeks of the season that it seemed like they might have to start pulling people out of the stands to fill out their defensive backfield. Better days may not be far off, however. The Colts got three of their injured defensive…

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