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Andrew Luck must use more than on-field talent to lead Indianapolis Colts in 2017

Andrew Luck is one of the finest young quarterbacks in the NFL. Since coming to the Indianapolis Colts in 2012, he has proven to have one of the highest ceilings of any signal-caller we have seen. His three trips to the playoffs in five...Show More Summary

Trent Richardson arrested in Alabama on a domestic violence charge

Trent Richardson’s football career is all but over, and now he’s having problems off the field too. Richardson, the former first-round pick of the Cleveland Browns who was later traded to the Indianapolis Colts, was arrested in Hoover, Ala. Show More Summary

Peyton Manning Joins ‘Modern Family’ Cast For ‘Do It Yourself’ Episode On ABC

Retired NFL quarterback Peyton Manning joined the cast of Modern Family on Wednesday night. The former Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos quarterback has made numerous television appearances since his retirement last year, however,...Show More Summary

Football Season Is Never Over: Hunter S. Thompson And The Most Important Word In Politics

“We don’t really own anything. We are merely custodians of it during our lifetime.” — Jim Irsay, owner of the Indianapolis Colts Twenty years ago, I asked a mutual friend a question that would change my life forever. “Football… what is it about football?” I wanted to know. Show More Summary

Indianapolis Colts Release Linebacker And Leading Tackler D'Qwell Jackson

The Indianapolis Colts on Thursday released linebacker D'Qwell Jackson. Jackson led the team in tackles the last three season's and is the first move under new General Manager Chris Ballard.

D’Qwell Jackson cut by Indianapolis Colts; full defensive rebuild has begun

It did not take long for new Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard to make his first move. Signaling the start of a full defensive rebuild, Ballard decided to part ways with veteran linebacker D’Qwell Jackson. Chris Ballard's first move as #Colts GM is to cut D'Qwell Jackson (saves $5.5 million). Show More Summary

Colts release linebacker Jackson in cost-cutting move

The Indianapolis Colts have released 33-year-old linebacker D'Qwell Jackson, a move that will save the Colts about $5.5 million under the salary cap        

Colts release D’Qwell Jackson

The veteran linebacker led the team in tackles over the past 3 years. The Indianapolis Colts announced Thursday that they have released linebacker D’Qwell Jackson. Jackson led the team in tackles every year since he joined the Colts as a free agent from the Browns in 2014. Show More Summary

Indianapolis Colts: Chris Ballard’s first move should be going all-in on Alshon Jeffery

The Indianapolis Colts finally have clarity heading into 2017. New general manager Chris Ballard was brought in to replace Ryan Grigson after two mediocre seasons with the Colts showing little direction. Ballard is now tasked with fixing a talent-stricken defense and help improve an average offense. Show More Summary

Tony Dungy, responding to Deion Sanders' accusations, says Colts stole signals but didn't cheat

Three days after Deion Sanders claimed the Indianapolis Colts stole their opponents’ signals during the 2007 season, that team’s coach from those days responded to the allegation. “Of course we got signals when we had an opportunity to do that,” Tony Dungy said Wednesday morning on NBC Sports’...

Deion Sanders Accused the Colts of Stealing Plays…With Absolutely No Evidence to Back It Up

I’m not sure what Deion Sanders was thinking or why he went after the Indianapolis Colts, but in a discussion with Ladanian Tomlinson following the Pats’ Super Bowl victory, Deion said that it was an open secret that the Colts would steal everyone’s plays, but that the NFL players never told the public. And…that’s it. […]

NFL Network’s Deion Sanders says Colts stole other teams’ signals

Hall of Fame cornerback and NFL Network commentator Deion Sanders says the Indianapolis Colts stole other teams’ defensive signals, everyone in the NFL knew about it, and no one did anything. Sanders made the allegation on NFL Network after his colleague, LaDainian Tomlinson said some critics will put an asterisk next to the Patriots’ success…

The Atlanta Falcons are uplifting and frustrating—and I love them

I moved to Atlanta from Indianapolis in July 2007, just months after the Colts won their first Super Bowl victory. A week later, Michael Vick was indicted. I traded a dynasty for a laughingstock. But hope arrived when Matt Ryan was drafted in 2008.

Super Bowl 51: Jon Jones bets on Tom Brady and Patriots, wins $1000 from NFL brother Arthur

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has a lot in common with his brother Arthur, who plays defensive end in the National Football League (NFL) for the Indianapolis Colts. I mean besides this. Jones and... Show More Summary

Dwight Freeney has chance to follow Peyton Manning’s footsteps after Super Bowl LI

Ten years ago today, the Indianapolis Colts won their first Super Bowl since moving from Baltimore. It was a rainy, messy day that resulted in a bit of a sloppy game. Most people do not remember Super Bowl 41, but Colts fans will never forget it. Show More Summary

AFC South potentially could be the NFL’s most competitive division in 2017

For most of its entire existence, the AFC South has been ridiculed as the weakest division in the NFL. Through its infancy, Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts ran wild through the division with little competition. The Tennessee Titans won the first AFC South division title, but the Colts won seven of the next eight. Show More Summary

Indianapolis Colts: Pat McAfee leaves behind a legacy beyond just punting footballs

The 2017 offseason has been the most eventful for the Indianapolis Colts in half a decade. It has been a whirlwind of coaching rumors and rampant speculation. With former general manager Ryan Grigson being fired, the Colts bringing in...Show More Summary

Colts owner Jim Irsay was 'a little confused' at first by Pat McAfee's retirement, as many of us are

Money doesn’t and shouldn’t rule everyone’s decisions, so in some ways Pat McAfee should be celebrated for pursuing what makes him happy. But McAfee’s surprise retirement from his job punting with the Indianapolis Colts is going to take a while to process. Show More Summary

Pat McAfee retiring officially makes Marquette King the dopest punter in the NFL

It’s earned too. Pat McAfee surprised everyone by announcing his retirement last night, informing fans that he’d no longer be punting for the Indianapolis Colts. He’s only 29, but instead of flipping field position on fourth, he’ll be starting life post-NFL by joining Barstool Sports and opening a radio and TV studio in downtown Indianapolis. Show More Summary

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