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Irsay: Colts put franchise tag on Manning

February 15, 2011
Associated Press
Manning, the only four-time MVP in league history, has been given the exclusive franchise tag, a move that could cost the Colts $23 million next season. Team owner Jim Irsay announced the decision Tuesday night on Twitter.
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GAHL: Corporate travel will follow Super Bowl in IndianapolisRestricted Content

February 12, 2011
Chris Gahl
City has a strategy to pitch Indianapolis to honchos.
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Dallas lessons should strengthen Super Bowl in Indy

February 7, 2011
Anthony Schoettle
There’s a lot Indianapolis can learn from the folks in Dallas about hosting a Super Bowl. One of the biggest lessons: Plans are important, but they’re not everything.
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NFL lockout could prove costly to Indy economy

February 5, 2011
Associated Press
The worst case scenario — no season — would mean the city of Indianapolis sustaining the most expensive hit in league history.
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BENNER: Super Bowls Radio Row is a non-stop PR machineRestricted Content

February 5, 2011
Bill Benner
The National Football League has created this monster and couldn’t be happier about it.
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Sport Graphics making its mark in Dallas this week

February 4, 2011
Anthony Schoettle
Locally based Sport Graphics scored a "six-figure" deal with the NFL to design, make and install all Super Bowl signage—in Dallas and Indianapolis.
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NFL labor situation a hot topic in Dallas

February 3, 2011
Anthony Schoettle
A lockout is predicted by many, but whether labor strife ultimately affects the 2012 Super Bowl in Indianapolis remains to be seen.
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Super Bowl committee fields weather questions in Dallas

February 2, 2011
Anthony Schoettle
Members of Indianapolis’ 2012 Super Bowl host committee spent most of Tuesday and the early part of Wednesday in Dallas answering questions about central Indiana weather and downtown amenities.
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Irsay ready to begin negotiations on Manning deal

January 18, 2011
Associated Press
Peyton Manning is expected to get a pay raise next season. Oft-injured safety Bob Sanders may have to take a pay cut, and longtime Colts running backs coach Gene Huey is looking for a new job.
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NFL playoffs' first 2 games set ratings milestones

January 9, 2011
Associated Press
The New York Jets' last-second 17-16 victory over the Indianapolis Colts earned the highest rating since the NFL began airing prime-time wild card games in 2002.
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ROBERTS: 'Perfect storm' casts pall over Super BowlRestricted Content

January 8, 2011
Gary R. Roberts / Special to IBJ
As a one-time NFL lawyer who has closely followed sports labor relations for 35 years, I am often asked about the chances of Indianapolis’ losing the 2012 Super Bowl.
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NFL owners start planning for possible lockout

December 11, 2010
Anthony Schoettle
The Indianapolis Colts—and the team’s National Football League brethren—this month laid out plans for how teams would refund money to season-ticket buyers in the event owners lock out players and games are canceled next season.
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Lucas Oil banner promoting Super Bowl coming down

December 8, 2010
Scott Olson
Sprawling sign draped on the south side of the stadium is causing structural damage to the windows from which it hangs.
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Irsay quickly gains Twitter following

December 8, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
Since joining Twitter last week, the Indianapolis Colts owner has talked about player injuries, compared his team's season to an epic boxing match and made reference to a former drug habit.
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Racing equipment maker Simpson testing helmets for footballRestricted Content

November 27, 2010
Anthony Schoettle
Bill Simpson, one of the biggest names in motorsports safety, is getting involved in the crusade to make a better football helmet and reduce the number of concussions in the National Football League.
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BENNER: Indiana State football reigns ... and other thoughtsRestricted Content

November 6, 2010
Bill Benner
Tony Dungy's class act, the possibilities of NFL expansion, and more.
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Colts have new contract proposal for Manning

November 1, 2010
Associated Press
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay said Monday he was prepared to make a contract offer to Peyton Manning during the team's off week, but Manning and his agent wanted to wait until after the season.
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NCAA tackles agents issue, looks to new sanctions

October 25, 2010
Associated Press
Several groups are working with the NCAA to find new ways to enforce rules prohibiting improper agent-related benefits for student-athletes, including possible post-NCAA financial penalties that reach into a player's potential NFL career.
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BENNER: How will NFL's labor dispute play out? No one knowsRestricted Content

October 16, 2010
Bill Benner
With the National Football League season in full swing, it is easy to forget the gathering storm clouds of a labor impasse that threaten the 2011 schedule.
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Indiana Pacers launch combine to scout for top salespeopleRestricted Content

October 16, 2010
Anthony Schoettle
Representatives of at least 17 professional sports franchises will be here looking for talent to add to their business teams.
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Former agent's admission shines light on NCAA enforcement

October 14, 2010
Scott Olson
Indianapolis-based college sports body acknowledges that it needs the help of others, including former players, coaches and the National Football League, to reduce improprieties.
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Irsay: NFL owners, players 'have to find a solution'

October 13, 2010
Bloomberg News
National Football League owners are looking for ways to reach a new labor deal with players and preparing for what happens if those efforts don’t succeed. A strike or lockout could affect Indianapolis' plans to host the 2012 Super Bowl.
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Reebok's loss of NFL contract could hurt local plant

October 12, 2010
 IBJ Staff and Bloomberg News
Competitor Nike Inc. will become the official apparel maker for the National Football League in 2012. The loss of the contract could mean layoffs at the Reebok plant on Indianapolis' east side that makes NFL apparel and employs about 1,000.
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Colts may look to sell souvenirs through vending machines

September 28, 2010
Anthony Schoettle
Locally based MainGate is testing the new NFL merchandise sales technique in Minnesota. Indianapolis could be next.
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Colts' Polian: NFL 18-game season is done deal

September 27, 2010
Associated Press
During Monday night's weekly radio show, the Indianapolis Colts team president called expanding the schedule by two games "fait accompli," and said the debate is over.
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