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Editor's Note: October 2013

I don’t want to give up football—and I’m guessing the players don’t want to, either. But they need to be protected. That’s something that we, the fans, can get behind.

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Front & Center: Pagano's Horse Power

As for Chuckstrong’s future, the Colts are following Pagano’s lead—and his priority is to restore normalcy. “We need to get back to Coltstrong,” Pagano says. “That’s where the focus should be.”

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Video: Peyton and Eli Manning Rap in New Ad

Just watch out for that cameo from the top Manning in charge: Archie shows up late in the clip, and looks a bit too comfortable and natural wigging out.

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Colts-Broncos Among Most Expensive NFL Games

Excitement for the Andrew Luck–Peyton Manning showdown at Lucas Oil Stadium in October is already reflected in the market. Here’s what you’ll pay to see it live.

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How It Works: Scouting the NFL Combine

Less than 3 percent of all Division I football players are invited to the NFL’s annual scouting camp, hosted in Indy since 1987.

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The Promise Of Andrew Luck

Are you prepared for the most dramatic transition in Colts history? Andrew Luck is.

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Luck vs. Peyton

Striking similarities and stark differences between these two Indianapolis Colts QBs.

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Indy's Top 20 Sports Bars

First up: Ale Emporium. This 30-year-old icon across the street from the mall bustle of Castleton serves a lively crowd of first- and even second-generation regulars.

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Don’t Worry. Jim Irsay Has a Plan.

“This isn’t the first time he has faced adversity—on the field or off it,” deputy editor Daniel S. Comiskey wrote in IM’s 2012 profile of Jim Irsay. “His addiction to prescription painkillers made him an unpredictable presence in interviews before he publicly admitted and beat the disease.”

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When We Build It, Will They Come?

The Indianapolis Colts, a winning team on the field, would not be financially viable in the modern NFL if they had to spend another two decades in the Hoosier Dome.