Folks, we’ve got another joint practice brawl, this time between the Colts and Ravens, at Colts training camp Saturday afternoon. The brawl appears to have started after Colts linebacker Antonio Morrison leveled Albert McClellan in a special teams drill,.
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We caught up with Matthew Stevens of Ravens Wire to get the scoop on the Indianapolis Colts opponent Monday night.
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Each SB Nation NFL writing team examined their respective franchise and put together a brief season preview. These stories are intended to help explain to fans of other teams some of the most...
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Bob Lamey has announced he will retire as the Indianapolis Colts' longtime radio voice
by: Associated Press — Yahoo Sports 2h
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Bob Lamey is retiring as the Indianapolis Colts' longtime radio voice.
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Voice of the Colts Bob Lamey emcees the Super Bowl XLI celebration rally in the RCA Dome on Monday, February 5, 2007 for the Indianapolis Colts. The rally followed a parade through Downtown Indianapolis. Thousands of fans turned out in bitterly cold...
by: Josh Alper — NBC Sports: Pro Football Talk 2h
Colts owner Jim Irsay sent a tweet on Sunday saying that the Colts were “losing a legend” and a short time later the team announced that radio play-by-play announcer Bob Lamey is retiri…
Voice of the Indianapolis Colts Bob Lamey to retire after 35 years - TheIndyChannel.com Indianapolis, IN
by: Andrew Smith — RTV6 3h
After 35 years, the voice of the Colts, Bob Lamey, announced on Sunday that he is retiring.
Seahawks reportedly offered second-round pick to Colts for Jacoby Brissett; Indy said no - CBSSports.com
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The Seahawks were interested in bringing in another former NC State graduate transfer to join Russell Wilson
by: George Stockburger — Fansided: NFL Mocks 3h
What were the Seattle Seahawks thinking by offering a high pick here? Sometimes the biggest trades are the ones not made, and the Seattle Seahawks were rep...
by: Colts Communications — NFL: Indianapolis Colts 4h
The Indianapolis Colts today announced that Colts radio announcer Bob Lamey, the “Voice of the Colts” for more than three decades, is retiring from his duties as the team’s play-by-play voice for Colts radio broadcasts.
by: Brad Taningco — Clutchpoints 4h
The Indianapolis Colts rejected a recent trade offer from the Seattle Seahawks of a second-round pick for backup quarterback Jacoby Brissett, Ben Volin of the Boston Globe reports. Brissett would’ve been reunited with former Colts quarterbacks coach...
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