Jim Harbaugh will have the honor of driving the Indy 500 pace car. The Indianapolis Star reports the current San Francisco 49ers head coach, who once played quarterback for the Colts will be in Indy this weekend for a featured role on the track. Show More Summary
The biggest bright spot on the team had to be the running game, but that was overshadowed by the team's record—so much so that Kansas City's 352-yard rushing game against the Indianapolis Colts was forgotten due to the team's success. Show More Summary
San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh has been involved with the sport of IndyCar Racing ever since his playing days for the Indianapolis Colts in the late 1990?s. Now he gets a chance to play a part in one of motor racing’s greatest spectacles. According to Curt Cavin of the Indianapolis Star, Harbaugh will…
As the offseason progresses, each possible opportunity to see the team in action or glean some updated information and tidbits is cherished by NFL fans. The last such opportunity came during the second weekend in May, during rookie minicamp. Show More Summary
Eager to fill the hole left by injured outside linebacker Melvin Ingram, the Chargers signed one of the elite pass rushers of the last decade. Dwight Freeney, formerly of the Indianapolis Colts, signed a two year deal with San Diego....Show More Summary
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After being a free agent for months, former Indianapolis Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney has found a new home. Freeney has come to terms with the San Diego Chargers on a two year deal. The deal is worth $8.75 million. “It’s great to add a solid veteran who brings valuable experience to our defense,” [...]
Former Indianapolis Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney has reportedly agreed to a two-year deal with the San Diego Chargers, according to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport. Freeney, drafted by the Colts No. 11 overall in the 2002 NFL draft, solidified the defensive nucleus of the Colts teams of the past decade. Show More Summary
The offseason workouts and camps are a time for rookies to prove themselves. For the Indianapolis Colts, it's also a time for some veterans to watch their backs. There are a number of players heading into camp that have real shots to grab starting jobs. Show More Summary
Interest for former Indianapolis Colts pass-rusher Dwight Freeney hasn’t been all that significant this offseason, but it seems the chase to acquire his services is starting to heat up. According to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport, the 33-year-old...Show More Summary
Last year, the Indianapolis Colts went from a two-win team with the first pick in the 2012 NFL draft to a playoff squad, all in the course of one season. This year, the Kansas City Chiefs are going to make it two in a row, shocking the...Show More Summary
When the Blue Crew Sports Grill, a popular Indianapolis hangout for Colts' fans shut down Thursday due to rent debts, Colts owner Jim Irsay immediately came to its rescue. Irsay has reportedly offered a financial lifeline to help save the restaurant. Negotiations to reopen the grill are ongoing, according to reports.
Indianapolis Colts first round draft pick Bjoern Werner, a native of Germany, learned about the NFL by playing Madden football.
Indianapolis Colts free-agent right tackle Winston Justice is scheduled to meet with the Steelers and the Browns this week, according to reports. Neither team addressed their needs at tackle in last week's NFL Draft. Justice, 28, spent one season in Indianapolis after spending the first five years of his career with the Eagles.
The Buffalo Bills and Indianapolis Colts agreed to a trade Monday, as linebackers Kelvin Sheppard and Jerry Hughes trading places.
Indianapolis Colts owner and CEO Jim Irsay announced Monday that he and punter Pat McAfee will kick in a total of $15,000 reward money in the search for a hit-and-run suspect.
The Indianapolis Colts will head into the 2013 season with a few spots on the depth chart that will be up for grabs. The big question that fans will be asking before the season begins is: "Who will win these spots on the roster?" The Colts brought in plenty of new faces to compete for these spots on the depth chart. Show More Summary
Pat McAfee has become an incredibly popular player in the city of Indianapolis. Sure, he may be a punter, but his philanthropy, Twitter presence and even his "Boomstick" are what make him such a likeable guy in Indy. In four short seasons, McAfee has gone from the crazy party guy to the matured, but still very comical, man that he is today. Show More Summary
Linebacker Bjoern Werner is the only member of the Colts’ 2013 draft class without a contract. In addition to the four previously reported signings in Indianapolis, Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star reports that the team has signed fourth-round center Khaled Holmes and fifth-round nose tackle Montori Hughes. As with all drafted players, both Holmes…
It seems to me some Indianapolis Colts fans are reacting more strongly to the team dealing away center A.Q. Shipley than I believe is warranted. Yes, Shipley was better in his five starts last season than Samson Satele was. Satele got...Show More Summary