The Frat Boys Who Moved The Colts Out Of Baltimore

Thirty years ago this spring, Bob Irsay, the prototypical bad sports owner and an obstreperous public drunk, moved his Baltimore Colts to Indianapolis. His son, Jim Irsay, the current Colts boss, has sucked the fun out of the anniversary for Indianapolitans with a scandal that, in its sad and sordid way, offers a… » 5/05/14 3:27pm 5/05/14 3:27pm

Joe Flacco To Pretend He Is An Iconic Baltimore Quarterback

Johnny Unitas's son, Joe Unitas, is making a movie about his dad and Joe Flacco will appear as the famous Colts quarterback in the film's final scenes, depicting game action. » 4/07/13 11:15am 4/07/13 11:15am

The Eagles And Colts Were The Opening Act For Wilt Chamberlain's…

Today is the 50th anniversary of the night Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points for the Philadelphia Warriors in a 169-147 win over the New York Knicks in Hershey, Pa. Gary Pomerantz's 2006 book, Wilt, 1962: The Night of 100 Points and the Dawn of a New Era, remains the most authoritative account of what happened, but… » 3/02/12 10:45am 3/02/12 10:45am

Original Baltimore Colts Charter Found In Garbage, Refurbished

What purports to be the original charter provided by the NFL to the Baltimore Colts in 1953 is now up for auction. The document was apparently thrown out (Robert Irsay?) and later recovered and "restored." » 10/30/11 6:30pm 10/30/11 6:30pm