The Indianapolis Colts are unquestionably the city's top sports franchise and one of the best-run and most successful NFL organizations in the entire league. The Colts' winning tradition starts at the top, with Jim Irsay and trickles all the way to the bottom. Below are the latest Colts headlines.

Colts Agree to Terms with 1st Round Pick Bjoern Werner

Just when some people were starting to get nervous that Bjoern Werner’s lack of contract would cause him to miss some or all of training camp, the former standout defensive end from Florida State signed his four-year rookie contract with the Indianapolis Colts on Wednesday, July 24. The deal is reportedly worth almost $7.9 million, […]

Colts Use $2.977 Million Franchise Tag on Punter Pat McAfee

Pat McAfee will be the Indianapolis Colts’ starting punter for at least 1 more year. That’s because McAfee and the Colts were not able to reach an agreement on a long-term deal by Monday’s 4 p.m. ET deadline for franchised players to sign a multiyear deal. McAfee tweeted, “I’m ecstatic about the opportunity to be […]

Former Colts Jeff Saturday Jumps from Playing Field to TV Studio

For former Colts player, Jeff Saturday, didn’t have to wait long for another gig after retiring in March, 2013. That’s because the long-time center, who played together with Peyton Manning for 13 years in Indianapolis, will jump from the playing field to the studio as an NFL analyst for ESPN. He is expected to make […]

Colts Run Game Gets Life with Signing of Ahmad Bradshaw

The Indianapolis Colts have signed arguably the No. 1 running back available in free agency. Former New York Giant, Ahmad Bradshaw, will reportedly receive a $1.1 million base salary, plus a $250,000 signing bonus. The contract is for 1 year. So how does a player with such talent go unsigned for so long? Injury/durability concerns. […]

Former Colt Dwight Freeney Signs 2-Year Deal with Chargers

Indianapolis Colts games just won’t be the same without ol’ 93 out there, terrorizing opposing quarterbacks. Colts all-time sack leader Dwight Freeney signed two-year deal with the San Diego Chargers on May 18, 2013. It is reportedly a two-year deal worth as much as $8.75 million. Under the terms of the contract, he will be […]

Colts Fortify Pass Rush in NFL Draft, Select Björn Werner with 24th Pick

“Primary target: Quarterback. Secondary target: Anyone in the way.” It is a message that appears on Björn Werner’s Twitter page. And it is a message that resonates with the Colts’ front office, as evidenced by the fact that they used the 24th pick in the NFL Draft on Thursday to acquire him. He is a […]

Colts Sign Veteran QB Matt Hasselbeck to 2-Year, $8 Million Contract

The Indianapolis Colts learned the hard way how valuable a backup quarterback can be when Peyton Manning was sidelined for the entire 2011 season as he recovered from his 4th neck surgery in 2 years. Without a starting-caliber backup, the Colts went 2-14 that year, with the number-1 overall pick in the 2012 draft as […]

Irsay Tweets Ignite Firestorm of Speculation about Possible Wideout

Just when we thought the Colts were done signing free agents, Jim Irsay ignites a firestorm of speculation by announcing on Saturday evening that the Colts were in serious negotiations with an as-yet unnamed team or agent to acquire an as-yet unnamed wide receiver. A Recap of Isray’s Tweets On his Twitter page, he tweeted, […]

Colts Cap Off Free Agent Spree by Signing San Fran’s Ricky Jean-Francois

The Indianapolis Colts capped off what was a whirlwind of activity in free agency by signing former San Francisco defensive lineman Ricky Jean-Francois to a four-year, $22 million deal. Francois originally visited Philadelphia, but left without a contract. But the Colts were able to reel him in. “Ricky is a quick, aggressive and extremely powerful […]

LaRon Landry Signing Completes Revamp of Colts Secondary

Another crucial piece fell into place for the Indianapolis Colts as they used free agency to address their defensive backfield, agreeing to terms with safety LaRon Landry. A former sixth overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft, Landry brings a physical presence to the Colts’ secondary that some might even say borders on being too […]

Who’s That? Colts Free Agent Signings Lack Star Appeal

Maybe the experience of watching what was supposed to be a “dream team” fall to an 8-8 season in Philadelphia two years ago affected him. Or maybe breaking the bank on big-name free agents just “isn’t in his DNA”, to use his own words. Either way, GM Ryan Grigson and the Indianapolis Colts brain trust […]

NFL Scouting Combine Comes to Lucas Oil Stadium Feb. 23, 2013

All eyes will turn to downtown Indianapolis as over three hundred of the most promising NFL prospects arrive on February 23 to participate in the NFL’s Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. This perennial event offers top executives, coaches, player personnel and medical staff from 32 NFL teams a chance to thoroughly screen and evaluate […]

Indianapolis Colts and Dwight Freeney Set to Part Ways

Another year, another Colts legend. Gone. As Colts fans, it’s easy to forget that the NFL is a business. And as much as it hurts to say goodbye to those who have brought us so much joy, it is a fact of life we must inevitably face from time to time. The Indianapolis Colts will […]

Colts GM Ryan Grigson Named NFL Executive of the Year

Sporting News has named Colts general manager Ryan Grigson NFL Executive of the Year, capping off a surprising 11-5 season, and one the greatest turnarounds in NFL history. Grigson edged out Denver Broncos general manager John Elway in a 9-8 vote. The honor puts him in elite company, with the likes of Dan Rooney, George […]

The Recent Pep Hamilton Hiring and the 2013 Colts Offense

The Indianapolis Colts have hired former Stanford OC Pep Hamilton to fill the recently vacated offensive coordinator position that was left behind when Bruce Arians agreed to become the next head coach of the Arizona Cardinals. According to CBS’ Bruce Feldman, Hamilton recently interviewed for the head-coaching job at Oregon, but instead opted to reunite […]

The 2012 Indianapolis Colts: An Improbable Year in Review

The Indianapolis Colts have done the unthinkable, they have made it to the NFL’s post-season, posting an 11-5 record along the way. Few fans could have imagined such an outcome last year, when the #1 pick in the NFL draft was a bittersweet consolation for a miserable, 2-14 season. But it didn’t take long for […]

Super Bowl XLVI Village Events Jan. 27-29, Indy Downtown

Super Bowl XLVI rolls into town at the end of this month, and while the players of the main events are still to be determined the entertainment is all set. Visit the Super Bowl Village in Indianapolis downtown to take advantage of free Indianapolis music performance, street performers, vendors, games and more. Hosting the Super […]

Morton’s Steakhouse Serves Up Celebs for Charity

We all know Gary Brackett for his impactful tackles on the field with the Indianapolis Colts, but this Indianapolis sports super star has a much softer side. This defensive end linebacker has his very own Indianapolis charity: the IMPACT Foundation. Monday, June 6 Brackett raises money for the IMPACT Foundation with a Celebrity Server’s Night […]

Colts’ Bye Week: Wounded Soldiers in Indianapolis

The Indianapolis Colts have staged a war through the first 6 weeks, and the strife certainly hasn’t come without casualties. 15 players on the active roster for the season opener have missed at least a game, and prepare for that number to climb as Dallas Clark’s injured wrist has put him out for the remainder […]

Season Opener: Colts face their mirror image in the Texans

Hoosiers are bleeding blue once again this weekend. Sunday’s game at Reliant Stadium against the Houston Texans marks the beginning of a new season and, as Colts fans can attest, an opportunity to return to dominance. Having only missed one playoff of the 21st Century, the Colts are a model franchise. And sports fans of […]