The NFL pledged Thursday to contribute the money over 10 years to programs that address racial injustice, bolstering the league’s social justice initiatives first established in cooperation with a group of players amid the national controversy in late 2017.
NFL plans to expand playoffs to 14 teams, add 17th game to season
While the 17-game season would not take effect immediately, the league and owners would plan for the expanded playoffs to be implemented in the 2020 season, according to people familiar with deliberations on a new collective bargaining agreement.Read More
IBJ Podcast: Colts legend Gary Brackett wants to turn his underdog story into a movie
Gary Brackett talks with podcast host Mason King about the challenges of making a movie, why he thinks he has a good story to tell and why he’s not just funding the movie’s $2.2 million to $2.5 million budget.Read More
Ballard’s salary-cap strategy opens Colts’ options post-Andrew Luck
The boos that rained down on Andrew Luck—and possibly the entire Indianapolis Colts organization after the Aug. 24 preseason home game—signal a torrent of likely troubles for a team that started this season with Super Bowl aspirations.Read More
They’re going for it: Indy to make pitch for NFL Draft
Visit Indy has held preliminary talks with the NFL about the city’s hosting the three-day event as soon as 2024.Read More
The NFL draft is to be held as scheduled April 23-25, but it will be a TV-only event after the live event in Las Vegas associated with it was canceled due to the pandemic.
The deal makes changes for the 2020 season and runs for 10 years after that, through the 2030 season. It brings some significant changes to the sport.
With a late-night vote, on the slim majority approval of the 32 team representatives, the NFL Players Association was preparing Wednesday to send the collective bargaining agreement proposal to the full union membership for potential ratification.
Players union representatives and members of the NFL’s negotiating committee got together Tuesday in Indianapolis to hash out their differences in a new labor agreement the owners approved last week.
Such quick action by the owners indicates their eagerness to replace the 10-year labor agreement that concludes in March 2021. Several elements of a new CBA could be implemented for the upcoming season should the players vote in favor of it.
The partnership between the Colts and Kerauno LLC, a communications software-as-a-service company, will allow the team to utilize the firm’s products as part of a larger marketing strategy.
The extension, announced Wednesday, means Indianapolis will keep the event through at least 2021. It has hosted the combine since 1987.
The former Indianapolis Colts quarterback is hosting and serving as an executive producer for "Peyton's Places," a five-part, 30-episode series celebrating the NFL's 100th season.
The five-day NFL Combine has been hosted in Indianapolis since 1987, and efforts are underway to ensure the showcase calls the city home for the next several years.
Police in Florida have charged New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft with misdemeanor solicitation of prostitution, saying they have videotape of him paying for a sex act inside an illicit massage parlor.
Dozens of players in the NFL—including three from the Indianapolis Colts—are hitting the books this offseason—and are being motivated by the league to do so.
A trio of jocks and computer geeks from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has produced computer software that has had a major impact on the top level of college baseball and softball. Now the small, self-funded firm is making a big play in the NFL with data analytics.
Of the weekend’s four NFL playoff games, the Indianapolis Colts-Houston Texans matchup averaged the least number of viewers.
Nearly 65 years after introducing the NFL’s first pep squad, the Indianapolis Colts are making several changes to their cheerleading program amid the backdrop of the #MeToo movement.
The move follows recommendations released earlier this year by the NCAA’s Commission on College Basketball, a group that was chaired by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and tasked with reforming the college game.