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The Indianapolis Colts began their journey in the NFL in 1953. The Colts have had many great players, whom have appeared in 27 playoffs and won 2 Super Bowl championships in 1970 and 2006; with an additional 3 victories before the AFL-NFL merger. Don't hesitate to keep track of the latest performance by the latest players and coaches at their official site. For those fans looking to get a broader perspective can look at the fan sites and blogs.

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#ColtsDraft 2017 - Are You Ready?


2017 Fifth Mock Draft Look: Pass Rushers The Final Choice For The Colts


Indianapolis Colts 2017 NFL Draft Notes


Colts Wednesday Mailbag: Is Washington Cornerback Sidney Jones An Option?


2017 Colts Free Agency: Before And After


Colts Finishing Up Phase One Of Offseason Program


Chicago Cubs Influencing Chris Ballard, Colts


Colts Announce Fifth Annual 5K Run/Walk to Kick Off 2017 Season


Colts Taking Trade Calls For NFL Draft


2017 Indianapolis Colts NFL Draft Release


Colts To Host Draft Events for Fans


Colts Provide Play 60 Grants For Youth Programs


Reggie Wayne On Chris Ballard’s Mind With Draft Week Here


Colts Hoping Mo Alie-Cox Follows Erik Swoope’s Path From Basketball To Football


Colts Legends Will Be Aplenty In This Week’s NFL Draft


Chris Ballard learning from Theo Epstein, Cubs example


Andrew Luck: Surgery stemmed from 2015 injury


Johnathan Hankins, Colts agree to three-year contract


AFC South Offseason Overhaul: Hipster division rising


Still unsigned, Johnathan Hankins visits Colts


Kamar Aiken feels Ravens didn't give him fair chance


Peyton Manning has no interest going into politics


Kamar Aiken signs one-year deal with Colts


Sean Spence signs contract with Indianapolis Colts


Roundup: Darius Butler signs one-year deal with Colts


Ex-Chiefs NT Dontari Poe visiting Colts, Jaguars


Colts to trade Dwayne Allen, sixth-rounder to Patriots


Colts keep Jack Doyle on three-year, $19M deal