If Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay doesn’t hire Peyton Manning to be a part of his front office, Manning, with the help of Bill and Chris Polian, could take over football operations for a conference rival.
The Indianapolis Colts could rake in tens of millions of dollars from a fee the NFL plans to charge the team or teams moving to Los Angeles. And the cash could start coming in soon.
A trip to London for an Oct. 2 game against Jacksonville will cost the Indianapolis Colts hundreds of thousands of dollars more than a typical away game due to increased expenses for an international flight, daily charter buses and a long hotel stay.
Although the Pacers have beaten expectations through 14 games and are sitting in position to contend for a top playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, tickets for its games on the secondary market are still fetching some of the lowest prices in the NBA.
The billboards showing up around town urging Indianapolis Colts fans to join the season-ticket waiting list have nothing to do with the fact that the team has stumbled a few times this year and has largely underperformed.
Indianapolis microbrewery Tow Yard Brewing Co. and Denver-based Factotum Brewhouse are partnering to make a Peyton Manning-themed beer—named Oatmaha—ahead of this Sunday’s Broncos-Colts clash at Lucas Oil Stadium.
The Indianapolis Colts are adding a swimming pool and administrative office space as well as expanding the cramped lobby at its 30-year-old training facility.
Indianapolis resident Jim Purucker has launched a bold marketing plan to get the attention of NFL executives. He’s already drawn the ire of New England Patriots fans.
Members of the national media have labeled the Indianapolis Colts, and General Manager Ryan Grigson in particular, as instigators of the DeflateGate fiasco. And for that, Jackie MacMullan says on ESPN, it's time for the Colts to pay the price. How messed up is that logic?
Graham Watson, Joey Chandler and Katie McInerney were at the Colts-Jaguars game Sunday as part of an Associated Press Sports Editors diversity fellowship weekend. The first lesson for Watson and Chandler might be to appreciate diversity in all its forms.
Financial terms of the agreement between OneAmerica and the Indianapolis Colts were not disclosed, but sports marketers pegged it in the mid- to high-six-figure range over the duration of the deal.
Andrew Luck showed maturity again on Sunday and demonstrated why he is the Indianapolis Colts’ MVP on and off the field.
Ten days after launching his company selling goods commemorating the New England Patriots’ and Tom Brady’s part in a football deflating scandal, Mike Lieber has gotten coverage in the Boston Globe, New York Times, Wall Street Journal and ESPN.
Bolstered by the emergence of all-star quarterback Andrew Luck and the billing as a legitimate Super Bowl contender, the Indianapolis Colts signed 25 new sponsors expected to add a low seven-figure sum to the team’s coffers.
Andrew Luck, who is entering his fourth year with the Indianapolis Colts, is already considered a top 10 NFL player, but he's still ranked behind three other quarterbacks.
Lids Sports Group is promising a better layout and more Colts merchandise in Lucas Oil Stadium store while working to open at least one more mall-based outlet.