Indianapolis Colts

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The Indianapolis Colts are a professional American football team founded in 1953 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Colts moved to Indianapolis, Indiana in 1984. The team competes in the AFC South Division of the National Football League (NFL).  The Colts have won three AFC championships, eight AFC South Division titles, and two Super Bowl titles. Some of the legendary players who have played for the franchise include Peyton Manning, Johnny Unitas, Marvin Harrison, Edgerrin James, Reggie Wayne, and Marshall Faulk, Jim Irsay owns the team and Ryan Grigson is the general manager.

20 Mar, 2015
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Slashed by knife

Fight

Walden’s ex-girlfriend, Palmer, slashes Walden in the arm with a knife. Walden calls 911 after wrestling his gun away from Palmer, who was also armed with a baseball bat. Before fleeing, Palmer struck Walden’s female companion in the arm with the bat, breaking the woman’s arm. As Walden was trying to get the woman to the hospital, Palmer reappeared and slashed him in the arm with a knife before fleeing again. Walden did not suffer any major damage in the attack.

13 Mar, 2015
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Files grievance

Files Suit

Richardson files a grievance against the Colts for voiding the $3.184 million he would have made during the 2015 season. Because Richardson was suspended for two games the day before the AFC Championship, language in Richardson’s contract allowed the Colts to not pay the final year of Richardson’s rookie contract.

6 Mar, 2015
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Won’t be re-signed

Dropped from Team

After 14 seasons, the Colts are parting ways with Wayne.

Reggie is one of the greatest men to ever wear the horseshoe, and we have been blessed to watch him play for the past 14 years. When he first took the field with us in 2001, we knew this day would eventually arrive. That reality is one of the things that makes pro football such a tough business.

We feel this decision is in the best interests of the team and for Reggie as it will allow him to seek a better opportunity for playing time elsewhere if he so chooses. Reggie is beloved by the Colts organization and our fans and he will always be a part of the Colts family. I look forward to the day in the near future when our great number 87 enters the Colts Ring of Honor and the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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