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October 1, 1990 | By Ray Didinger, Daily News Sports Writer
For 1 minute, 51 seconds yesterday, the Colts magically turned back the NFL clock. Jack Trudeau became Johnny Unitas. Bill Brooks became Raymond Berry. And the Colts became winners for the first time this season, shocking the Eagles, 24-23, at Veterans Stadium. Trudeau, the Colts quarterback, drove his underdog team 82 yards in 14 plays, masterfully working the clock and overcoming three penalties, finally hitting wide receiver Brooks with a 6-yard touchdown pass as time ran out. In all, Trudeau completed seven passes in the winning drive, six of which were to Brooks.
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August 19, 2009 | By Jeff McLane INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
As Andy Reid read the names, it seemed as if the Eagles coach was reciting his starting team. Twelve players will not make the trip to Indianapolis for tomorrow's preseason game against the Colts. Of the 12, 11 are injured. Of those 11, four of them are projected starters on the offensive line. All four linemen could be ready to start when the season opens in less than four weeks, but there is no definite timetable for the return of guards Todd Herremans and Stacy Andrews and tackles Jason Peters and Shawn Andrews.
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July 14, 1995 | Daily News Wire Services
The Indianapolis Colts gave defensive lineman Steve Emtman an ultimatum - renegotiate or be released. The Colts, trying to maneuver under the salary cap, said yesterday they can't afford his contract for this season. Bill Tobin, the team's director of football operations, called the decision the "toughest I've made since joining the Colts. " Emtman, the No. 1 pick in the 1992 NFL draft, has been beset by injuries since joining the team from the University of Washington.
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November 9, 2005 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Peyton Manning's first win at New England gave Monday Night Football its highest TV rating in five years. The Colts' 40-21 victory over the Patriots received a rating of 14.3, the highest since the 15.2 recorded by St. Louis' visit to Tampa Bay on Dec. 18, 2000. Morever, the broadcast was seen in 15,719,000 homes, the most on MNF since Dallas played at Minnesota on Nov. 8, 1999, when 16,312,000 homes were tuned in. Manning, who won for the first time in eight tries in Foxborough, Mass.
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September 28, 1990 | By Ron Reid, Inquirer Staff Writer Inquirer staff writer Mark Bowden contributed to this article
There is nothing quite like a blocked kick to lift a struggling offense, pressure a tiring defense and infuse football fans with instantaneous horror or delight. For those reasons, and a few others, it should be no surprise if the Eagles (1-2) ignore the law of averages Sunday at Veterans Stadium and try to block a punt for the second week in a row when they face the winless and desperate Colts (0-3). The Eagles partially blocked a punt in the third quarter of last week's 27-21 victory over the Los Angeles Rams, when Izel Jenkins zoomed in from an outside spot unblocked to get his hand on the ball before it traveled all of 14 yards.
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February 28, 1997 | by Marcus Hayes, Daily News Sports Writer
The Eagles are in the market for a big, versatile defensive lineman, one who can supply penetration from the tackle position. And hey, if he can play end too, so much the better. That somewhat is the book on Bernard Whittington, a late-bloomer, undrafted coming out of Indiana in 1994. He spent three years with Indianapolis. He's a restricted free agent, which means the Colts will have a chance to retain him if they wish, but he certainly seems an interesting option for the Eagles.
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November 25, 1987 | Daily News Wire Services
As it turns out, Colts owner Robert Irsay's presence on the Indianapolis sideline Sunday in Sullivan Stadium wasn't solely for inspirational purposes, as coach Ron Meyer claimed following his team's 24-0 loss to the New England Patriots. Meyer had denied an hour after the game that the Colts' owner may have tried to meddle into game strategy, as he has done in the past. But a videotape with audio track, aired by Indianapolis TV station WISH, indicated otherwise. The TV station had a microphone on Meyer for the entire game, as part of a segment scheduled for the coach's regular Sunday morning pregame show.
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November 28, 1991 | the Inquirer Staff
The Indianapolis Colts activated running back Eric Dickerson yesterday, ending his three-week suspension. Dickerson, the NFL's fourth all-time leading rusher, had been suspended for four weeks, but by mutual agreement his absence was cut to three weeks and he agreed to pay the club $225,000. He had been suspended without pay for what the club said was insubordination, conduct detrimental to the team and refusing to practice. However, negotiators for both Dickerson and the team agreed to terminate the suspension.
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October 16, 1990 | By Kevin Tatum, Inquirer Staff Writer
There have been two turning points so far this season for the Cumberland Regional field hockey team. The first came when the Colts visited Millville and defeated the Thunderbolts, 3-0, in their first game of the season. "We hadn't beaten them in three years," coach Jeanne Barry said. "We had four losses and two ties against them. That game was a big confidence booster. " Next, Barry said, came the game that reminded the Colts not to let their confidence turn into overconfidence.
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November 12, 2007 | Daily News Wire Services
PEYTON MANNING was poised to turn one of his worst games into one of his most memorable. Then Adam Vinatieri missed a 29-yard field-goal attempt with 1 minute, 31 seconds left, and host San Diego held on last night for a wild 23-21 win over the defending Super Bowl champion Indianapolis. Manning, who set a Colts franchise record with six interceptions, had driven the Colts to the Chargers' 12. Vinatieri, who had won two Super Bowls for New England with last-second kicks, pushed his kick just wide right.
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