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.
The Indianapolis Colts capped season ticket sales at just more than 61,000 season tickets for the upcoming season to preserve about 4,000 for group and single-game sales.
Damar Services Inc. is launching an innovative program to make outings to public attractions more enjoyable for people with autism and other behavioral or developmental disabilities, and local sports organizations are taking the lead in implementing it.
Pacers' all-star forward Paul George is featured in three new TV ads this month. CAA Sports, which represents George, said not a single prospective or current sponsor backed away from George after a serious leg injury in August.
Before they’ve even played their first game for the Indianapolis Colts, running back Frank Gore and wide receiver Andre Johnson are proving to be good for business for their new team.
When Mazda wanted a real-life safety pioneer for its TV commercials, it turned to local resident and motorsports safety savant Bill Simpson. The publicity couldn't come at a better time for Simpson, who just went to market with his latest creation—a football helmet.
Close to 600,000 Colts fans in the Indy market alone are expected to watch Sunday's playoff game pitting Andrew Luck against the man he replaced at quarterback here, Peyton Manning.
Pat McAfee is one of the only NFL kickers or punters who is among his team's leaders in jersey sales. McAfee, who wears No. 1, is second in sales among all Colts. Quarterback Andrew Luck's No. 12 tops the list.
It appears Bill Polian's relationship with Jim Irsay has changed a bit in the last year. But Polian's thoughts about not going for an undefeated season in 2009 have not. He tells all in a new book.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles remembers San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh as a guy who was "the ultimate team player" who was quick to stand up for his guys.
The controversy surrounding former Baltimore player Ray Rice, who punched his now wife in the face and knocked her out, should not ruin the entire sport, said the CEO of one of the Indianapolis Colts’ biggest sponsors.
Colts owners announce plans to make sizable donation to charities helping victims of domestic violence. But Jim Irsay appears to support embattled NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay's three daughters, each now listed as vice chair/owner of the team, haven't said much to the press. Maybe now is a good time for one or all of them to break their relative silence.
Team officials remain confident sellout streak dating back to early 2003 will remain intact.
NFL owners always sit in the same place at every meeting. And they often sit by friends and allies. But the Colts aren’t seeing as many allies as usual, as neighbors Minnesota and New Orleans also vie for the 2018 Super Bowl.