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BEST OF MAXIM
A NEW ERA
For the first time since 2003, season tickets for Colts home games are available for purchase. Team owner Jim Irsay is pleading for patience from the fans as a "new era" begins.
This is the last mailbag before the NFL draft, and it's a busy one. So many "ifs," "coulds" and "woulds" will be decided next week, but while those questions still exist, let's keep tackling them. Thanks to everyone for their questions. Looking at the schedule, which opponent that looks easy now could be a lot tougher when the Patriots face them...
As Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star points out, 15 out of 16 regular season games that the Indianapolis Colts will play this year will start at 1 p.m. The only prime-time appearance the Colts have is a Thursday, November 8th game at Jacksonville.
Coming off a 2-14 season in which they secured the first overall draft pick by having the worst record in the NFL, it would seem...
The Baltimore Ravens have signed former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Curtis Painter to a one-year contract
Baltimore announced the move but did not release financial terms of the deal.
Painter worked out for the Ravens Thursday along with former Baltimore starter Kyle Boller and former Pittsburgh backup Dennis Dixon.
The 25-year-old Painter will compete with Tyrod Taylor to...
Andrew Luck has been informed by the Indianapolis Colts that they will select him #1 overall in the 2012 NFL Draft. The not-so-shocking development was first reported by Adam Schefter of ESPN. Schefter is also reporting that Robert Griffin III will be the #2 overall selection by the Washington Redskins. Now, we can all move [...]
We are officially one week away from the 2012 NFL Draft and one week away from the complexity of the 2012 Season changing with every pick. We know how the top two picks will play out but we don’t know how the rest of the draft will play out. Expect over the next week or
Colts general manager Ryan Grigson says he has decided who to take with the No. 1 pick in next week's NFL draft. He's just not giving away the secret yet.
Grigson told reporters Wednesday that the Colts have settled on their choice, but there is no rush to sign that selection before the draft begins on April 26.
Team owner Jim Irsay has said repeatedly that the Colts would...
The Indianapolis Colts say they have made their final decision on the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft.
Colts general manager Ryan Grigson on Wednesday said the team has done "all our due diligence" for the top pick, expected to be Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck.
"We've known for a little while," Grigson said. "Unless there's an unforeseen...
Colts eliminate the draft's top-end suspense by choosing Luck.