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Indianapolis Colts

Indianapolis Colts

source: NFL.com

The Indianapolis Colts is one of the oldest members of the South Division of the American Football Conference (AFC), first established in 1953 and headquartered at Football Training Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. Over the past six decades, the Colts have won two Super Bowl titles in 1970 (Super Bowl V), and in 2006 (Super Bowl XLI).

The Colts have been playing their home games at the Lucas Oil Stadium located in Indiana since 2008 which holds a capacity of approximately 70,000 spectators. Here is a quick link to the stadium´s google map location: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Lucas+Oil+Stadium/@39.760101,-86.163888,15z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0xcc345a26d33f09e1

The Colts most renowned rivalries include the following:

  • Super Bowl III became the most famous upset in pro sports history as the American Football League’s New York Jets won 16–7 over the overwhelmingly favored Colts. With the merger of the AFL and NFL the Colts and Jets were placed in the new AFC East. The two teams met twice a year (interrupted in 1982 by a player strike) 1970–2001; with the move of the Colts to the AFC South the two teams’ rivalry actually escalated, as they met three times in the playoffs in the South’s first nine seasons of existence
  • Baltimore’s post NFL-AFL merger passage to the AFC saw them thrust into a new environment with little in common with its fellow divisional teams, the Jets, Miami Dolphins,Buffalo Bills, and Boston Patriots. One angle where the two clubs did have something in common, however, lay in new Miami coach Don Shula. Shula had coached the Colts the previous seven pre-merger seasons (1963–9) and was signed by Joe Robbie after the merger was consummated; because the signing came after the merger the NFL’s rules on tampering came into play, and the Dolphins had to give up their first-round pick to the Colts.
  • The rivalry between the Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots is one of the NFL’s newest rivalries. The rivalry is fueled by the quarterback comparison between Peyton Manning and Tom Brady. The Patriots owned the beginning of the series, defeating the Colts in six consecutive contests including the 2003 AFC Championship game and a 2004 AFC Divisional game. source: wikipedia.com
Colts Overview Logo

Colts Overview Logo

source: NFL.com

The following are some of the names confirmed on the Colts´roster for the upcoming 2014 NFL regular season:

Quarterbacks

8 Matt Hasselbeck

12 Andrew Luck

Running backs

36 Dan Herron

45 Michael Hill

36 Trent Richardson

Tight ends

83 Dwayne Allen

84 Jack Doyle

80 Coby Fleener

Defensive backs

29 Mike Adams SS

32 Colt Anderson SS

25 Jalil Brown CB

38 Sergio Brown FS

20 Darius Butler CB

21 Vontae Davis CB

Linebackers

50 Jerrell Freeman ILB

54 Andrew Jackson ILB

52 D’Qwell Jackson ILB

57 Josh McNary ILB

51 Henoc Muamba ILB

Retired numbers

NumberPlayerPositionYears played
19Johnny UnitasQB1956–72
22Buddy YoungRB1953–55
24Lenny MooreHB1956–67
70Art DonovanDT1953–61
77Jim ParkerOL1957–67
82Raymond BerryWR1955–67
89Gino MarchettiDE1953–66

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indianapolis_Colts

Here are a couple of very interesting videos on the latest Colts news and football action: http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-previews/0ap3000000455519/Preview-Indianapolis-Colts-vs-Denver-Broncos

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-total-access/0ap3000000455327/Warner-on-Luck-vs-Manning

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