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They may be 0-6, but the Indianapolis Colts cheerleaders are still professionals! Here they are for this year’s Calendar Shoot at the Lucas estate…The Lucas’ purchased what is considered to be by many the most magnificent residential estate in Indiana. The property, formerly known as the Hilbert Mansion (also known as Le Chateau Renaissance), sits on 33.6 acres within the City of Carmel, just north of Indianapolis….and the girls really seem to love it…Maybe one of these days they can help cheer their team to victory. -TO
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Charger Girls 2011-12 Calendar Unveiling Party
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Editor's note: Will O'Toole contributed the following cartoon to NESN.com. From 2003-10, the Indianapolis Colts were without question one of the best teams in the NFL. That was almost entirely thanks to Peyton Manning, who led the Colts to a 99-29 record and one Super Bowl win. Without Manning, the Colts are just plain terrible. They're 0-6, have been outscored 163-104...
Indianapolis Colts running back Joseph Addai was listed as questionable for Sunday's game at New Orleans after returning to practice Friday.
Addai was expected to miss his second consecutive game after sitting out practice Wednesday and Thursday with a hamstring injury.
He was hurt in the first quarter of the Colts' loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Oct. 9.
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Former Bills GM and current Indianapolis Colts President Bill Polian issued the following statement on the passing of Kent Hull.
“It is a very sad day for those of us with the Colts who were privileged to have Kent Hull as a team mate and friend. His physical toughness, work ethic, intelligence, character and sense of humor made him an undisputed leader on a team filled with Hall...
Jim Irsay is the guitar-strumming, song-writing, free-thinking owner of the Indianapolis Colts. He wears suits loud enough to break the sound barrier. He's offbeat, even goofy at times. He's a serial, whimsical tweeter. He's easy to underestimate.
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The Indianapolis Colts will have a new coach in the booth for Sunday night's game at New Orleans, but consultant Jim Tressel will be expected to spend some time familiarizing himself with the team at its West 56th Street complex.
It's been nearly two years since a soaking-wet Sean Payton was carried off the field following his New Orleans Saints' Super Bowl victory over Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts.
After a collision last week injured his knee and left leg, Payton won't be on the sidelines for Sunday night's rematch, while Manning won't be on the field once again for the...
As Drew Brees stews at home wishing that HE were the big-name former Purdue quarterback in the NFL, the Colts prepared to play the Saints. Who dat gonna beat our Colts??? Everyone! Wednesday’s notes:Jim Tressel began his tenure … [visit site to read more]Colt Notes for October 19 - Naptown's Finest - Naptown's Finest - An Indianapolis Colts Fan Site - News, Blogs...
A federal judge is allowing former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Art Schlichter to attend weekly counseling while on house arrest awaiting sentencing for fraud.