The overall percentage of women in the NFL’s league office is at an all-time high of 41.3% in 2022, with 319 females holding various positions.
Analysis: Jeff Saturday’s hiring ripples across stunned NFL
Cutting to the head of the NFL coaching line without any college or pro coaching experience put Jeff Saturday in the crosshairs of criticism and dismay across the league.Read More
NFL ends Pro Bowl in favor of skills competitions, flag game instead
Former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning and his Omaha Productions company will help shape programming for “The Pro Bowl Games” and promote the event’s content.Read More
Colts sign guard Nelson to four-year contract, reportedly for record $20M per year
Quenton Nelson was a first-team All-Pro each of his first three seasons and received second-team honors last season when he missed four games with injuries.Read More
NFL Scouting Combine staying in Indianapolis through 2024
Indianapolis, which has hosted the event since 1987, beat out competing bids from Los Angeles and Dallas.Read More
Neither company is saying the other is wrong, but neither is backing down, either. The result is confusion, most notably for advertisers.
The Washington Commanders released a statement saying the Snyders will not sell the team. The statement called Jim Irsay’s comments “highly inappropriate.”
For the Colts, it’s the same old story. Another new season, another new quarterback. But they’re hoping Ryan is the guy to end their quarterback carrousel by playing at a championship level.
Siragusa, known as “Goose,” had a 12-year NFL playing career with the Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens. Siragusa was popular with fans because of his fun-loving attitude, which helped him transition quickly to broadcasting after his playing career.
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.
The NFL will offer free admission for its primetime activities at Lucas Oil Stadium, with seating in the 100 and 200 levels—the areas closest to the field. It’s a marked shift in strategy after decades of limiting public access to much of the event.
Players attending the NFL’s scouting combine in Indianapolis next week won’t have to stay in a “bubble” as originally ordered after organizers loosened regulations Monday night after getting blowback for strict COVID-19 rules issued over the weekend.
Officiating at the highest level of football isn’t Bryan Neale’s only gig. He’s also chief executive of Indianapolis-based Blind Zebra Consulting, a business management consulting group.
The American Gaming Association forecasts that over $7.6 billion will be wagered on pro football’s championship game set for Sunday.
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.
Reich and his wife, Linda, formed kNot Today, a not-for-profit that works to prevent child sexual abuse and exploitation. Their foundation is among five organizations working together at the Super Bowl to combat sex trafficking, which is often heightened around major events.
So far, four assistant coaches have decided to leave the Indianapolis Colts to join former defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus in Chicago.
Flores said in a televised interview earlier Wednesday that he is trying to “create some change” to the league’s minority hiring practices.
Amid a 58-page lawsuit accusing the NFL of pervasive racial bias, Brian Flores alleges he was instructed—and incentivized—to tank games in his first year as head coach of the Miami Dolphins.
The new name unveiled Wednesday comes 18 months after the storied franchise dropped its old moniker due to criticism that it was offensive to Native Americans and under pressure from sponsors.
The lawsuit alleges that the league has discriminated against Brian Flores and other black coaches for racial reasons, denying them positions as head coaches, offensive and defensive coordinators and quarterbacks coaches, as well as general managers.