Josh McNary, the Colts linebacker known for being a U.S. Army lieutenant before joining the NFL, has been charged with felony rape in Indianapolis, according to documents filed today in a Marion County court. Overall, McNary is charged with one felony count of rape, one felony count of criminal confinement, and one…
Just hours removed from the birth of daughter Eugenia—Gigi, for short—Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton barely fought back the tears while talking to CBS after the Colts' win, and the touchdown he had promised to his baby girl.
At least one NFL team is doing what League leadership won't. In a move that's impressive for both its generosity and delicious levels of Ray Rice Debacle shade, the Indianapolis Colts have announced they're donating $100,000 and the proceeds of their home opener 50/50 raffle to a local domestic violence charity.
NFL cheerleaders serve many purposes. In addition to lining the sidelines in order to remind the male fans watching men tackling other men for hours that they're not gay, they also make their respective teams cash. Lots of cash.