U.S. Supreme Court justices, without comment, left intact a federal appeals court ruling that the agreement, while imperfect, was a fair resolution of claims filed on behalf of more than 20,000 retired NFL players.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s last best chance to avoid serving a four-game "Deflategate" suspension to start the new season was flatly rejected Wednesday by an appeals court.
Quarterback Andrew Luck has signed a new contract with the Indianapolis Colts that will make him the NFL’s top-paid player, the Colts announced Wednesday afternoon.
The WNBA and its players union have agreed to amend the collective bargaining agreement on fines for overseas play.
Indy native Shyra Ely-Gash runs a fashion consulting firm catering to professional athletes, college and professional coaches, and business executives.
The Colts went 5-3 last season with quarterback Matt Hasselbeck starting in place of Andrew Luck, who missed much of the season with injuries.
The 10-time All-Star spent a few weeks in January as an intern in the NBA offices as part of a program to help players consider their post-retirement options.
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from the city of Cleveland over its formula for taxing visiting athletes. The decision upholds a court victory by retired Colt Jeff Saturday and ex-Bear Hunter Hillenmeyer.
It was a stunning collapse for the previously unflappable Fever, who had staved off elimination five straight times in the playoffs leading into Wednesday night’s loss to the Minnesota Lynx.
The Ohio Supreme Court has delayed its decision that struck down the way Cleveland taxes visiting professional athletes while the city appeals. At issue are challenges by retired Colts center Jeff Saturday and former Bears linebacker Hunter Hillenmeyer.
In a case involving retired Indianapolis Colts center Jeff Saturday, the Ohio Supreme Court says it will hear arguments for and against Cleveland's so-called "jock tax" early next year.
Legalized marijuana has translated into booming business for Peyton Manning's Papa John's stores in the Denver area. He bought the franchises shortly before Colorado passed its legalization amendment in 2012.
With the campaign, the WNBA is capitalizing on what it has known for years: The gay community makes up a significant portion of its fan base. The difference now is that the league is talking about it publicly and making it a deliberate part of its marketing strategy.
Rick Peters, founder of Carmel-based Ultra Athlete LLC—a small manufacturing firm with a reputation for state-of-the-art ankle braces—sent his latest brace to the Denver Broncos head trainer on a whim, and saw Manning wearing it three days later.
One of the players vying to redevelop the former General Motors metal-stamping plant has set aside room in his plans for a roughly 10,000-seat stadium where his own North American Soccer League franchise could play.