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There will surely be big changes with the Colts this offseason after the team’s Peyton Manning-less debacle. Colts owner Jim Irsay made it fairly clear, however, that he’s not going to change the front office structure of the team no matter what happens. “I’m committed [to the Polians]. In their defense, it’s pretty radical after…
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I spoke with my parents today and tickets for Sunday's game have fallen into their laps. At 0-8 it would be quite possible that some people simply wouldn't care if the tickets were free. Instead I was reminded of the pride I once had in a little grey t-shirt with a horseshoe my mother bought me at JCPenney's in Terre Haute in 1984. 0-8? No problem. 1-15 in 1991...
Jim Irsay has a dream: one more 18 to 88 moment. That combination will live forever in the minds of Colts fans: a lofty pass with Harrison streaking down the sideline, feet dancing just inside the line, one hand stretching out to snag the ball just inches from being intercepted. It was a thing of beauty.Now Harrison will join Colts immortals in the Ring of Honor:
If you were hoping that Jim Irsay was going to throw out the Polians and fire Caldwell then you haven't been listening to the Mad Hatter very closely. Irsay, while shying away from certainties or "votes of confidence", attempted to provide some perspective:
“I’m committed,” Irsay said. “In their defense, it’s pretty radical after the successes we’ve had...
Outside of Tim Tebow, the two players most discussed this season by NFL pundits and fans alike have combined to take zero NFL snaps through 8 weeks.
I am referring, of course, to Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck, two quarterbacks whose futures become ever more entwined as the Colts get closer and closer to having the first pick in next April’s draft (and as the news about Manning’s...
Mike Chappel guesses that Jim Irsay's announcement that #88 will return to Indy means he's getting his rightful place among Colts greats:
Owner Jim Irsay indicated via his Twitter account that Marvin Harrison, the team’s former record-setting wide receiver, will return to town. A Tweet last month hinted that a player would be added to the Ring of Honor at some point this season.
Colts owner Jim Irsay says continuity will help his winless team the most, not wholesale changes.
In a wide-ranging interview Thursday, Irsay said he believe quarterback Peyton Manning will play at a high level for the next several years, that coach Jim Caldwell did a masterful coaching job the past two seasons and that eight straight losses do not erase the past decade of success...
His team has come full circle. In 1997, Jim Irsay's first year as owner, the Indianapolis Colts dropped their first 10 games en route to a 3-13 record. It led to the arrival of Peyton Manning with the first overall pick in the 1998 draft.
Jim Irsay says that we might see the elusive, TastyKake-loving Marvin Harrison this month at a game!
The mystical,reclusive,fantastic Mr. Marvin Harrison will return 2 town this month 2 stroll the fields of Lucas! #18 may even chuck1 2him!
Somewhere toward the end of Jim Irsay's 40-minute print media filibuster Thursday, the Indianapolis Colts owner said something that sounded more like a wish than a fact.
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay says continuity will help his winless team the most, not wholesales changes.According to the AP, Irsay believes that Manning will return to play next season, and perform at a HIGHER LEVEL, which will last for the next SEVERAL seasons.Irsay didn't say if the Colts would, if they get the number one draft choice in the 2012 NFL Draft, go after...
Atlanta is coming to town, and chances are likely it's going to be another ugly Sunday. Colts reporter Phillip B. Wilson breaks down the matchup, and he chimes in on owner Jim Irsay's tweets about Peyton Manning's possible return to the game.
If I'm properly reading between the lines, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay is more committed to staying the course with the Family Polian than he is coach Jim Caldwell.
Peyton Manning and Jim Irsay agree on one thing: The Manning Era isn't over in Indianapolis.