Phil Richards of The Indianapolis Star has a great article today on Gary Brackett, who, according to Richards, has seen some interest from other teams, but it still recovering from his surgery. If you're not familiar with Brackett's story, I would recommend finding some time to learn about him. He's a fascinating person both on and off the football field. Here'...
Veteran free agent middle linebacker Gary Brackett has been cleared to play again after a shoulder injury that sidelined him for all but one game in 2011. But that doesn't necessarily mean that the nine-year veteran, released by the rebuilding Indianapolis Colts earlier in the spring, will be in a hurry to return to the field. Brackett, 32, has had some nibbles, as first noted...
Free Agent linebacker Gary Brackett, has been cleared by medical personnel to resume his playing career, Pat Kirwin from CBS Sports reported via Twitter this week.
Brackett was released on March 9th by the Indianapolis Colts after playing there for nine seasons, after a shoulder injury sidelined him for most of the 2011 season.
Interest in signing Brackett has been...
The Colts recently released Gary Brackett, but Colts fans still love him.
The former team captain and middle linebacker has written a book about his inspirational and amazing lifestory.
"Winning" tells the tale of Bracketts' amazing rise from walk-on at Rutgers to captain of the Super Bowl champions.
I caught up with Gary at Black Dog Books.
The Colts have purged their roster of some of the all time greats, with more farewells in the works. This is the first of a recurring series saying farewell to Colts greats. Portions of this essay originally appeared in Blue Blue: Tales of Glory of the Indianapolis Colts.
Gary Brackett’s story is as inspirational as it is incredible. An undrafted free agent out of Rutgers University...
One of the biggest losses to come during the Great Purge is that of captain Gary Brackett, a Classic Colt of the truest definition. Phillip B. Wilson recalls Brackett's workmanlike approach to the game through the story of Brackett's miraculous, nearly season changing forced fumble against Jermome Bettis and the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2006:
After the game, I asked Brackett...
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- At the Louis Brown Athletic Center Sunday to promote his book, former team captain and Super Bowl champion Gary Brackett spoke at halftime of the basketball team's loss to No. 2 Syracuse. Brackett discussed his journey from walk-on to the NFL, his thoughts on Greg Schiano's departure and the hiring of Kyle Flood.
Former Rutgers captain and current Indianapolis Colts linebacker Gary Brackett returns to his alma mater Sunday to sign copies of his new book Winning: From Walk-On to Captain, in Football and Life.
Gary Brackett's book "Winning" will be released on December 13th.<img
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Long-time defensive captain and starting Colts middle linebacker Gary Brackett announced the release of his book Winning From Walk-On to Captain in Football and Life. Although Brackett’s season ended prematurely in 2011, his leadership inside the Colts organization and the Indianapolis community has helped mold the team’s reputation as one of the most professional in [...]