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30 for 30: The Most Memorable Moments in Indy Colts History

In 30 years, Indy has shared as many good times—and bad—with our Colts as Baltimore ever did. We’ve laughed. We’ve cried. Most of all, though, we’ve cheered.

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Colts Flashback: Devin Hester's Super Bowl Kickoff Return

“I was like, ‘Hey, do NOT kick it to him,” Colts defender Robert Mathis recalls. “‘Kick it to him, and I’m going to fight you.’”

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Colts Flashback: Monday Night Football's First Game in Indy

The Colts galloped out of the gate and quickly reduced the Broncos to horsemeat. Running back Eric Dickerson racked up 159 yards and four touchdowns in the first 19 minutes.

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Paul George Defends Ray Rice, Then Apologizes

It seems an injured Paul George has unfortunately idle hands.

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Peyton Manning Reflects on Colts Glory Days

“I threw a touchdown pass to Marvin Harrison, and I thought in my head, ‘I think we can throw the ball to Marvin Harrison,'” says Manning. “‘It’s a pretty good idea because good things can happen.’ That’s pretty much what happened every time I threw to him all for those years—good things.”

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Robert Mathis Picks the Best Three Colts Comebacks

“It was a scene for No. 12,” Mathis says of one play by Andrew Luck. “He matured.” Luck is more modest: “That was a very fortunate bounce. We really don’t want that to happen again.”

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Hot List 9.5.14

With the Colts’ Sunday opener and Monday Night Football kicking off 24 hours later, truer words than these have never been stenciled.

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Web Exclusive: Robert Mathis’s Most Memorable Colts Moments

In IM’s September tribute to three decades of Indianapolis Colts football, Robert Mathis—the team’s longest-tenured defensive player—picked his top three comebacks. But he went even deeper in the interview. Read on to find out what else the sack master likes to reminisce about.

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Video: Reggie Wayne Takes IndyCar Ride to Training Camp

Wayne’s splashy arrivals at Colts camp are kind of a thing. In 2009 he showed up in a dump truck, wearing a hard hat.

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Five Revelations in Chuck Pagano's New Book, 'Sidelined'

“Players will run through a brick wall for this guy.”

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How Indy Are You? Take the Quiz!

Question: If you could press a button and make one Indy thing vanish forever, which would you choose?

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Dallas Clark's Best Moments

His nine-year tenure with the Colts was historic—and let’s not forget his cameo appearance on TV’s ‘Criminal Minds’ as a cub detective.

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Colts Will Open 2014 Season Against Broncos

In another game of note, the Colts will visit the Dallas Cowboys’ Death Star—err, AT&T Stadium—for the first time ever on December 21, one of three away games that month.

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Tweets of the Week: Jim Irsay, Hoosier Hoops & Comic Con

From @meggiehd: “OMG! I just saw Arya from Game of Thrones at circle centre!!! We made eye contact. We are obviously besties”

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We Will Miss Your Style, Antoine Bethea

Don’t feel bad for him, as—like any good, swift safety—he deftly turned and signed with the 49ers for $23 million. It was as if he sang “Don’t cry for me, Indianapolis” about the matter on Twitter.

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