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For the Colts:
Did not participate: LB Dwight Freeney (non-injury), LB Pat Angerer (illness), DT Kellen Heard (illness) and G Joe Reitz (concussion)
Limited participation: RB Delone Carter (ankle), DE Cory Redding (quad), NT Antonio Johnson (ankle), S Tom Zbikowski (knee), T Winston Justice (shoulder) and C A.Q. Shipley (knee)
Full participation: C Samson Satele (ankle), LB Jerrell Freeman (thumb), QB Andrew Luck (knee) and CB Teddy Williams (knee)
For the Ravens:
Limited participation: RB Anthony Allen (head), TE Billy Bajema (head), WR Tandon Doss (ankle), CB Chris Johnson (thigh), FB Vonta Leach (knee/ankle), DE Pernell McPhee (thigh), DT Haloti Ngata (knee), RB Bernard Pierce (ankle), G Jah Reid (toe) and G Marshal Yanda (shoulder/knee)
Full participation: WR Anquan Boldin (shoulder), LB Dannell Ellerbe (ankle), DE Arthur Jones (thigh), LB Ray Lewis (triceps), LB Albert McClellan (shoulder/thigh), T Kelechi Osemele (knee), S Ed Reed (shoulder), CB Jimmy Smith (abdomen), WR Torr...
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The Colts have to play the Baltimore Ravens in the first round of the play offs. Can the Indianapolis Colts beat the Baltimore Ravens? Sure they can, the Colts are on fire this season and Andrew Luck is able to find the kind of magic he needs to pull off the big win. The Ravens will be their biggest test of the 2012 season that is for sure. The team has had some big wins this season...
The 2012 NFL Playoffs are set, and now is the time to think about the potential Super Bowl XLVII matchups we could have in the Big Easy. It always seems the NFL season goes by quick when it gets here and it sure has. Just last year we were talking about whether the Indianapolis Colts would keep both Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck, maybe pass on Andrew Luck to keep Peyton Manning...
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We already know Jim Irsay as the bro who never had to grow up. Little known fact about bros: they never have to grow up if their dad is there to hand them an NFL team when they become of age. And that’s the story of Jim Irsay and why he gets to spend his life tweeting classic rock lyrics while being the owner of the Indianapolis Colts. Playoff time is coming. The Colts are involved...
Colts QB Andrew Luck leads his team into Baltimore for the first playoff game of his career.
The Indianapolis Colts meet the Baltimore Ravens in the first round of the playoffs Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium. This game is not without interesting story lines.
1). Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano, one week after returning to the sidelines following a three month absence during which he...
It really should be a no brainer; Bruce Arians did what 11 other NFL head coaches have done, make the playoffs. Except Arians isn’t the head coach, as the offensive coordinator, he was thrown into a double tough situation. With Chuck Pagano having to leave the team to be treated for cancer, and one that had the overall first pick in the 2012 draft because they simply stunk. ...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer Reggie Wayne took less money to stay in Indianapolis because he wanted to turn things around right away.
After making good on his promise, Wayne has another vision for the Colts: Winning another Super Bowl title.
If it seems implausible, few at the beginning of the season thought the Colts (11...
Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians was not at Thursday's practice because of medical reasons. The Indianapolis Star reported Arians was excused to see a physician for an undisclosed illness. The matter isn't considered serious; a number of Colts players have missed time with flu-like symptoms this week. Arians, hired as offensive coordinator in February...
Late last night Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay tweeted the picture above not once, but twice. And both times he tweeted that he was ready for the playoffs (and it’s playoff time ya’ll) and two variations of letting the monster out of the cage to feed.
We’re not sure what Irsay had been doing prior to taking the photo, or what he’s even talking about, but from the looks...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is growing up.
His completion percentage has taken a hit over the past few weeks and his quarterback rating is nowhere close to what he would like. But after averaging more than one interception per game through the first 15 weeks of the season, the No. 1 overall draft...
Colts Owner Jim Irsay has been in the media quite a bit for his usage of social media. He has been unlike any professional sports owner in this regard, and tonight, he may regret some tweets he sent out.It’s time to let The Monster get out of it’s cage to feed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! twitter.com/JimIrsay/statu…— Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) January 3, 2013It’s playoff time,ya’ll…...
Some great news for Colts fans, as starting strong safety Tom Zbikowski (knee) and starting defensive end Cory Redding (quad) both took part in a full practice on Thursday.
According to the Colts.com injury report, the two defensive starters -- who are extremely important to this young team -- were limited on Wednesday, but were able to muster up the strength to fully...
Colts Coach Chuck Pagano Returns to Lucas Oil Stadium
What. A. Year. And it’s not over yet…
At this time last year, the Colts’ season was over. It had been for some time. The future was uncertain. We didn’t even know who would lead the team into the future.
Jim Irsay faced heavy criticism for cleaning house. How do you fire Bill Polian? The so-called mastermind behind the...
Jim Irsay went into full on creeper mode last night around midnight. Within an eight minute span, Irsay sent out two tweets, each containing the above photo of him looking all disgusting and bulimic. The tweets that accompanied the photo were as follows:
You got that right. Irsay is now referring to himself as ‘The Monster’ and letting people know its time to feed. This guy...
For the Colts:
Did not participate: DT Kellen Heard (illness), T Bradley Sowell (illness), LB Robert Mathis (non-injury) and G Joe Reitz (concussion)
Full participation: RB Delone Carter (ankle), DE Cory Redding (quad), C Samson Satele (ankle), NT Antonio Johnson (ankle), C A.Q. Shipley (knee), S Tom Zbikowski (knee), T Winston Justice (shoulder), CB Teddy Williams (knee), LB Jerrell...