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Colts owner predicts Andrew Luck’s contract will be a ‘shocking number’

5 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay is confident that star quarterback Andrew Luck will re-sign with the team soon and that, when he does, the amount of the contract will be “shocking.” “Andrew is going to be here,” Irsay told WISH-TV last week. “I don’t know when that might be, but it’s just a matter of time […]

Ryan Lindley Released by Colts: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

The Indianapolis Colts released quarterback Ryan Lindley on Tuesday, according to Around the NFL. Lindley was with the Colts for just one game last season. Indianapolis signed the 26-year-old during Week 17 after encountering a number...Show More Summary

Colts add a few more coaches

The Colts let go of several assistant coaches last month after reaching a deal to keep head coach Chuck Pagano and they announced some of the new faces on the staff on Tuesday. Lee Hull will be the team’s new wide receivers coach, replacing Jim Hostler. There have been reports that Hostler will remain with…

Colts waive Ryan Lindley

The Colts needed to bring in a couple of veteran quarterbacks for the end of the regular season due to injuries to Andrew Luck and Matt Hasselbeck, but there’s no need for so many of them on the offseason roster. Indianapolis parted ways with one of them on Tuesday. The Colts announced that they have…

43-year-old Adam Vinatieri wants to play 'a couple' more seasons

The NFL's oldest player plans to keep playing for as long as he can. Adam Vinatieri has made clutch kicks in the NFL for 20 years. While his contemporaries have already left the game, the Indianapolis Colts place kicker hopes to stick...Show More Summary

Colts raise ticket prices, promise they’ll stay the same in 2017

The Colts went with continuity when it came to making a decision about keeping head coach Chuck Pagano and General Manager Ryan Grigson after a disappointing season, but there will be changes for the 2016 season. Those changes go beyond the tweaks to the coaching staff under Pagano that have already been made and the inevitable…

Indianapolis Colts Cheerleaders Heading to Hong Kong

From The Indianapolis Colts Cheerleaders will be representing the U.S. and the NFL in Hong Kong this year. The cheerleaders are taking part in the largest Chinese New Year’s parade. The parade takes place on Monday. On Thursday the cheerleaders stopped by the studio during Daybreak to talk about the upcoming trip. Watch [...]

King: Super Bowl 50 highlights racial double standard in NFL

2 days agoNews : NY Daily News

It's 2010. Peyton Manning is the quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts and it's Super Bowl XLIV against the New Orleans Saints.

Cam Newton is whatever you want him to be

During a particular episode of The Simpsons, Grandpa Simpson is shown in flashback watching the introductions to Super Bowl III between the Indianapolis Colts and New York Jets. Introduced first is Jets quarterback Joe Namath, with his billowy hair and long sideburns. Show More Summary

Colts Reportedly Won't Be Sanctioned for Andrew Luck's Injury Report Status

After an investigation into the Indianapolis Colts' handling and reporting of quarterback Andrew Luck's injury status during the 2015 season, the NFL decided Sunday that no action will be taken against the organization. NFL Network's...Show More Summary

Jim Irsay says Marvin Harrison in HOF, believes Tony Dungy is too

Terrell Owens let us know that one wide receiver among the finalists for election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame fell short of the votes needed for election on Saturday. On his way into the NFL Honors show, Colts owner Jim Irsay let us know that another one did get the nod from electors.…

Irsay Asked Broncos' Manning to Retire as a Colt: Report

Peyton Manning has not said whether Super Bowl 50 will be the final game of his illustrious career but the owner of his former team has asked him to walk away from the game as an Indianapolis Colt, according to a report on Thursday.

Jim Irsay Comments on Desire for Peyton Manning to Retire with Colts

Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay is hopeful Peyton Manning will retire with the organization that drafted him with the first overall pick in 1998, regardless of how the quarterback decides to move forward after his Denver Broncos face...Show More Summary

Saints sign former Colts running back Vick Ballard to futures contract

The New Orleans Saints are giving former Indianapolis Colts running back Vick Ballard another chance after injuries have derailed each of his last three seasons. According to Nick Underhill of the New Orleans Advocate, the Saints are signing Ballard to a futures contract for 2016. Ballard posted 966 yards from scrimmage as a rookie for…

Boyer’s tie to Bowles dates back to star-studded Browns’ staff

Brant Boyer was a special teams player long before he was a special teams coach, and a good enough one to make a lasting impression. After spending four years on Chuck Pagano’s staff with the Colts, Boyer was officially announced as the Jets special teams coach Wednesday. In 2001, Boyer was a backup linebacker and…

Colts Owner Jim Irsay Wants Peyton Manning to Retire in Indy (Video)

When Peyton Manning retires, which NFL team will it be with? The obvious answer is the Indianapolis Colts.  They drafted Manning out of Tennessee with the first overall pick back in 1998, and in 13 seasons with the organization Manning won a Super Bowl and four NFL MVP awards, and made it to 11 Pro Bowls.  That’s […]

Report: Jets hiring Brant Boyer to coach special teams

The Jets are hiring Brant Boyer as their new special teams coach, ESPN’s Adam Caplan reported Tuesday. Boyer has spent the last four seasons as assistant special teams coach with the Colts, his first full-time coaching job. He served as a coaching intern with the Giants and Browns following a 10-year playing career. Boyer replaces…

Colts owner sees no hang-ups for a “nine-figure” Andrew Luck deal

Colts owner Jim Irsay keeps sounding a little more optimistic about a new deal for quarterback Andrew Luck, telling reporters today “there’s a good chance” Luck will get his new deal this offseason. According to Mike Wells of, Irsay said the deal would be “nine figures,” and that there were no apparent holdups. “Obviously…

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