Bob Lamey, whose retirement as voice of the Colts was announced Sunday, admitted using an "inappropriate word" following a report he used a slur.
by: Curtis Crabtree — NBC Sports: Pro Football Talk 3h
Bob Lamey spent much of the last 35 years serving as the play-by-play voice of the Indianapolis Colts on radio before announcing his retirement on Sunday. It turns out there may have been an impetu…
by: Yahoo Sports — Yahoo Sports: Shutdown Corner 3h
Longtime Indianapolis Colts play-by-play announcer Bob Lamey was accused of using a racial slur in a conversation with a black employee less than a week before his retirement.
by: Zak Keefer, Indianapolis Star — Indianapolis Star 3h
The Indianapolis Colts announced Lamey's surprise retirement Sunday.
by: Kevin Hickey — USA Today: Colts Wire 6h
Colts head coach Frank Reich updated the injury statuses of several players on Tuesday.
by: AP — Fox Sports 6h
Tuesday's film session only confirmed Frank Reich's initial suspicions.
by: Nate Bouda — NFL Trade Rumors 7h
Browns Browns HC Hue Jackson said that WR Josh Gordon is set to return to practice “very soon” with the goal being that he’s ready for the season opener on Sept. 9. “The most important thing for Josh is let’s make sure he’s in great shape, in a great...
by: Ryan Stano — Fansided: Horse Shoe Heroes 7h
The Colts played in their second preseason game last night against the Ravens. They lost 20-19 in an ugly played game. Here is how the different defensive ...
by: The Associated Press — Yahoo Sports 8h
Tuesday's film session only confirmed Frank Reich's initial suspicions. Indianapolis' offense was largely out of sync Monday night against Baltimore. The defense made some big plays, but still needs to find consistency.
by: SBNation — Pro Football Spot 9h
The Indianapolis Colts finally got safety Clayton Geathers back in action last night against the Baltimore Ravens after having a knee procedure this offseason.
by: Jay Siskin — SB Nation: Stampede Blue 9h
The Seattle Seahawks wanted to make a deal with the Indianapolis Colts to secure a quality backup for Russell Wilson. Or perhaps not. Days ago, Ben Violin of the Boston Globe reported that the S...
by: Andrew Walker — NFL: Indianapolis Colts 9h
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said safety Malik Hooker and tackle/guard Denzelle Good could make their 2018 preseason debuts in Saturday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers. Reich also had updates on several other injured Colts players.
by: N/A — NFL: Indianapolis Colts 10h
A sneak peak inside the Colts new renovated facilities including a new locker room, weight room, equipment room, training room and cafe.