All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Jim Irsay’

2018 Super Bowl Bids Are In: Indianapolis Vs. Minneapolis Vs. New Orleans

Super Bowl LII, in 2018, may be the last thing on football fan’s minds, but three groups are focused on getting the win. They aren’t football teams. They’re cities, and only one will win the honor of being the location of the 2018 Super Bowl. Indianapolis, Minneapolis and New Orleans are the major contenders, and the cities have two weeks …

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Jim Irsay: Indianapolis Colts Owner Facing Felony Charges

Jim Irsay, the owner and CEO of NFL’s Indianapolis Colts, faces four felony counts for possession of a controlled substance, along with a preliminary misdemeanor charge of driving while intoxicated. The charges against Irsay were confirmed by Deputy Bryant Orem of the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department. The Colts owner was pulled over on Sunday night after roadside police observed him …

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Jim Irsay’s Comments Spark Controversy

This Sunday, perhaps the most anticipated game of the NFL season will be played in Indianapolis’s Lucas Oil Stadium: Peyton Manning vs. Andrew Luck. Except this time, Manning will not be playing for the home team. Sunday’s match-up will mark the first time Manning will face his former team, and the event has not been without controversy. In an interview …

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Peyton Manning Last Day As An Indianapolis Colt, Twitter Reacts

Today’s is Peyton Manning’s last day as an Indianapolis Colt, and to announce such a drastic alteration in the sports world, Colts owner Jim Irsay and Manning took to the podium for Manning’s last press conference as a member of the team that drafted him. It was a bittersweet day as both men shed tears, and reminisced about the good …

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Peyton Manning: No More Manning Face In Indianapolis

The Indianapolis Colts and Peyton Manning are parting ways. While the story broke yesterday afternoon, there’s a press conference scheduled for later today (3/7/2012) to confirm what we already know. Expect there to be tears and reminiscing when Colts owner Jim Irsay and Manning take the podium. As one might expect, the reaction to the news concerning Manning’s release is …

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