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  • ** FILE ** This Dec. 28, 2008, file photo shows Hall of Fame member and former Baltimore Colts player Art Donovan smiling during a half-time ceremony to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Colts and New York Giants World Championship Game. Donovan, the Hall of Fame defensive lineman who spent much of his 12-year career with the Baltimore Colts, has died. He was 89. (AP Photo/Gail Burton, File)

    Hall of Fame DT Art Donovan dead at 89

    Art Donovan, the lineman whose hilarious stories about his football career enabled him to maintain his popularity long after his election into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, died Sunday night. He was 89.


  • Hall of Fame DT Art Donovan dead at 89

    Art Donovan, the lineman whose hilarious stories about his football career enabled him to maintain his popularity long after his election into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, died Sunday night. He was 89.


  • DALY: Johnny Unitas' record a victim of today’s NFL

    This is the Era of Optimum Conditions for NFL quarterbacks. If there was ever a time and place to be a QB, it's right here, right now. For one thing, the rules have never been more favorable to the passing game. For another, the receivers all wear gloves — tacky gloves. And if you happen to play for a dome team, well, who loves ya, baby?


  • No. 1 pick Andrew Luck ready to start over in Indy

    Andrew Luck already has a pretty good idea of what to expect in his new NFL digs. He'll be wearing a No. 12 jersey, getting used to a new set of teammates and dealing with all those comparisons to a high-profile quarterback.


  • No more Naptown: Super Bowl boosts Indy's image

    Indianapolis was once called Naptown and India-No-Place for a reason.


  • Joe Namath was glitter and glamour with a movie-star mystique. By leading the New York Jets to a monumental upset of Baltimore in Super Bowl III, he helped transform football into America's favorite spectator sport. (Associated Press)

    DALY: Namath had swagger and the game to go with it

    This is Super Bowl Week, and it's hard to think about the Super Bowl without thinking about Joe Namath. He's one of the guys who made the NFL's championship game what it is today, the biggest event on America's sporting calendar.


  • Is Manning's value more than Colts bargained for?

    A Super Bowl title, four MVP awards and playoff appearances in every season save one during the last decade, speak volumes about how much Peyton Manning means to the Indianapolis Colts.


  • Former NFL star turned actor Bubba Smith dies

    Former NFL star Bubba Smith, who went from feared defensive end on the field to endearing giant in his successful second career as an actor, died Wednesday. He was 66.


  • Former NFL star turned actor Bubba Smith dies

    Former NFL star Bubba Smith, who went from feared defensive end on the field to endearing giant in his successful second career as an actor, died Wednesday. He was 66.


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