Colts In the News


Sadly, articles about the Colts these days are in memoriam or about broken records; thus it may not be updated as often.


St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  Colts Will Put Their Brand On This Game (2/7/10)


New York Daily News:  Former Baltimore Colts Kicker Jim O'Brien Boots Himself Into History (2/6/10)

Bleacher Report:  What if the Colts Had Won Super Bowl Three? (2/2/10)


Carroll County Times:  Ravens vs. Colts Stirs Up Memories (12/16/10)


ABC2:  National Attention for Colts Band (10/6/09)


Baltimore Sun:  Q&A: Barry Levinson on 'The Band That Wouldn't Die' (10/5/09)  :Taking Full Advantage (9/22/09)


Baltimore Sun:  Catching Up With ... Former Colt Jim Mutscheller (9/15/09)


Press Box:  When Irish Eyes Were Smiling, 60 Years Ago (September 2009)


Baltimore Sun:  1958 NFL Championship Game: Men who Made the Moment (12/14/08)


Ventura County Star:  50 Years Later, It’s Still the Greatest Game (12/12/08)


Cleveland Plain Dealer:  NFL Owes its Life to the Greatest Game Ever Played (12/12/08)


Daily Herald:  ESPN’s ‘Greatest Game’ Lives Up to Title (12/11/08)


Palm Beach Post:  Fifty Years Later, the NFL’s “Greatest Game” Resonates with Drama (12/11/08)


ESPN:  Chat with Pat Summerall, Raymond Berry (12/10/08)


ESPN:  Steve Myhra’s Kick Set Stage for Colts’ March to Glory (12/8/08)


Miami Herald:  Remembering an Extra Special Game (12/7/08)


Tampa Tribune:  Reliving the Day the NFL Arrived (12/7/08)


Virginian-Pilot:  'Greatest game' was day when fans in stands mattered (12/5/08)


New York Times:  The ‘Greatest Game’ in Collective Memory (12/4/08)


Wall Street Journal:  Questions For:  Frank Gifford (12/3/08)


Rocky Mountain News:  Quarterbacks More on Target (11/20/08)


Athens Banner-Herald:  Berry Talks Today’s NFL (11/18/08)


New York Times:  Books about the 1958 NFL Championship and the New York Giants (10/31/08)


Bleacher Report:  Baltimoreans Still Feel Pain of Lost Legacy (10/11/08)


Indianapolis Star:  Colts' 'greatest game' endures (10/10/08)


Press Box:  1958 Baltimore Colts Week 3 (10/9/08)


Baltimore Sun:  Ex-Colts connecting again (10/8/08)


Publishers Weekly:  Listing of 1958 NFL Championship books (10/6/08)


Baltimore Sun:  Colts grew with 'Pops' at their side (10/2/08)


Press Box:  1958 Baltimore Colts Week 2 (10/2/08)


Press Box:  1958 Baltimore Colts Week 1 (9/25/08)


Stamford Plus:  ESPN hires Televersemedia to modernize “the greatest game ever played (9/12/08)


Albany Times-Union:  The Greatest Game? (9/4/08)


Ft. Worth Star-Telegram:  All-time NFL QBs (9/4/08)


Press Box:  ‘58 Greats Will Have Their Day (8/21/08)


Baltimore Sun:  Colts Had It Tougher (8/13/08)


Baltimore Sun:  Celebration of '58 Colts set for Dec. 27 (8/8/08)  Alan Ameche Should Be in the Hall of Fame (7/30/08)  Childhood Memories of my pop and the NFL (6/15/08)  Top Baltimore Football Players At Each Position (6/6/08)


The Oregonian:  The Best Game Ever (5/12/08)


Philadelphia Inquirer:  When pro football broke from the pack (5/11/08)


Sports Illustrated:  The Best Game Ever (4/25/08)


Washington Post:  Buzz Nutter; Colts Center Was in 'Greatest Game Ever' (4/18/08)


Baltimore Sun:  Colts' unsung center Nutter dies at 77 (4/14/08)  Pro Football Hall of Fame follows new game plan in $3.6 million renovation (4/16/08)


Tennessean:  Former Vanderbilt, Giants Player Herb Rich dies (3/28/08)


New York Times:  Best Quarterbacks a Juicy, but Fruitless, Topic (3/9/08)


Boston Globe:  Among all-time greats, Favre is back of the pack (3/9/08)


Indianapolis Business Journal:  NFL Retirees want to help out banged up Brethren (2/2/08)


Los Angeles Times:  Brady is just Johnny come lately (1/27/08)


Sporting News:  NFL’s Great Quarterbacks List (1/4/08)


Boston Globe:  Past glory keeps Giants fans loyal (12/29/07)


Indianapolis Star:  Breaking Mackey’s Marks (12/24/07)


Terre Haute News:  Clark pays respect to Colts legend Mackey after breaking two of his franchise records (12/23/07)


Baltimore Sun:  Colts mania doesn’t just live in Indianapolis (12/9/07)


AOL Fanhouse:  Almost 24 Years Later, Images of Mayflower Truck Still Haunt Baltimore (12/9/07)  Another back-stabbing for Baltimore football fans (12/6/07)


Sports Illustrated: NFL’s Most Memorable Drives


AOL Fanhouse:  Manning Surpasses Unitas Yet Again (11/22/07)


Baltimore Sun:  Art Donovan Photo Gallery (11/5/07)


New York Times:  Manning and Brady Bring to Mind Quarterbacks Past (11/3/07)


Indianapolis Star:  Manning Passes Unitas for Team’s Career TD Pass Record (10/29/07)


Dallas Morning News: Today's QBs rate higher, not necessarily better (10/9/07)


ESPN:  Owners We Love to Hate (Irsay is #2) (9/24/07)


Baltimore Sun:  Missing Unitas (9/16/07)


Baltimore Examiner:  Referee: Kick that sank '65 Colts was good (9/14/07)


Baltimore SunBaltimore Sun’s sports blog (9/12/07)


Maryland Gazette: Failed auction means more uncertainty for Club 4100 (9/8/07)


Pittsburgh Tribune Review:  No More Football Where Unitas Played For the Bloomfield Rams (8/16/07)


Baltimore Business Journal:  Colts Hangout, Club 4100, to be Auctioned (8/14/07)


San Antonio Express-News:  Tony Romo Wants to Learn about Unitas (8/10/07)


Cincinnati Bengals website:  NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell lists Unitas as his hero (4/4/07)


Baltimore Sun:  Unitas Memorabilia Bought By Ravens Owner - Will Stay in Baltimore (3/27/07)


Press Box:  Restoring Baltimore's Football Heritage (3/22/07)


NY TimesWives United by Husbands’ Post-N.F.L. Trauma (about John Mackey and dementia)  (3/1307)


Valdosta Daily TimesMore to Unitas Than You Think (2/17/07)


WBAL TVWeb Trends Report (1/9/07)



First (albeit Indy) Colts Playoff Game in Baltimore Since 1977


Washington Post


Baltimore Is Left Feeling Empty Again


A City Fights For Its Team


Irsay Set for Colts' Return to Baltimore


For Some Longtime Residents, Seeing The Shoe on Another Foot Is Still Difficult to Grasp


USA Today


Nasty feelings linger in Baltimore as Colts return for playoff matchup


Other Media


When 'Go Colts' meant something else: Today's Colts-Ravens game sparks memories for local helpers of the night Colts left Baltimore



Memorial Stadium Destruction


Maryland Newsline:


Fond Farewell to a Beloved Baltimore Landmark


Memorial Stadium Timeline


Final Score: Wrecking Ball Razing Memorial Stadium