The football team’s “Kick the Stigma” campaign has teamed up with the American Academy of Physician Associates on a new initiative to provide training on identifying and responding to mental conditions and mental health disorders.
IBJ Podcast: Why the Irsays are spending millions on ‘Kicking the Stigma’ effort
Kalen Jackson, one of three daughters of Jim Irsay and a vice chair in the Colts organization, talks with host Mason King about why the family decided to focus on mental health, what they’ve learned about the problem along the way and how they got so many celebrities to participate.Read More
Colts owner Irsay ‘reunites’ Beatles with purchase of Paul McCartney bass guitar
On Dec. 11, Irsay set a new record for an auction price paid for a bass guitar, bidding $471,900 for the instrument McCartney played in the 1970s and 1980s.Read More
Lucas Oil Stadium to see $22 million in upgrades in 2022
The improvements will bring new, higher-definition video boards to the northwest and southeast corners of the bowl, along with new video-ribbon displays, an upgraded sound system, new carpet and furniture, and an area in the team’s locker room for female football personnel.Read More
Colts team up with local Big Brothers Big Sisters in $150K partnership
The groups plan to make a big push on volunteer recruitment. The Big Brothers Big Sisters chapter says more than 1,000 boys and girls ages 8-14 are waiting to get matched with mentors.Read More
The new wave always reflects the hope of spring, so best to get to know the fresh faces, and not just for their statistics or 40 times or spot on the depth chart.
The NFL will have a new overtime format beginning this coming season, but only for postseason games. The proposal that was approved was made by the Indianapolis Colts and Philadelphia Eagles.
The 14-year NFL veteran and 2016 league MVP left Atlanta and arrived at his new team complex Tuesday, hoping to become the third straight veteran quarterback to win a Super Bowl in his first season with a new team.
Wentz threw 27 touchdowns and tied a career low in interceptions with seven last season, but he struggled in the team’s final two games, both losses, when one victory was needed to give the Colts a playoff berth.
A graduate of Indianapolis Cathedral High School and a former ball boy for the Indiana Pacers, Doyle played all 131 games of his nine-year career with his hometown football team.
Indianapolis knows what it’s getting in Gus Bradley, who has 32 seasons of coaching experience—most recently last season as defensive coordinator of the Las Vegas Raiders.
“Super Bowl Blueprints,” the new book by former Indianapolis Colts GM Bill Polian, provides insight into how eight franchises built great teams.
So far, four assistant coaches have decided to leave the Indianapolis Colts to join former defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus in Chicago.
Matt Eberflus, 51, has spent the past four years as Indianapolis’ defensive coordinator, helping turn around a unit that ranked among the league’s worst.
Team owner Jim Irsay sent a letter to fans on Wednesday in which he described the playoff-eliminating loss to Jacksonville on Sunday as “perhaps the worst way possible” to end a season.
Less than 24 hours after NFL officials eased COVID-19 isolation rules, Indianapolis Colts Coach Frank Reich is installing contingency game plans as he waits to see who might be available to play against Las Vegas.
The reduction in isolation time could allow Colts quarterback Carson Wentz to return for Sunday’s key game against Las Vegas after Indianapolis placed him on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
The timing couldn’t be worse for the Colts, who have rebounded from a 1-4 start to win eight of their past 10 games. They can clinch one of the seven AFC playoff spots with a win over the Raiders.
The new Irsay Family Research Institute will be located in a newly renovated space in Morrison Hall on IU’s Bloomington campus.
The online resource, set to launch in beta mode in the next several weeks, will be a place where academic and business users can access anonymized sports and fitness data sets, use it to solve business problems, and learn about job opportunities.
Jim Irsay wants to share his memorabilia with the world—and he’s been having early conversations with Indianapolis and other cities about creating a museum to do just that.