The Indianapolis Colts were created in 1953 in Baltimore, Maryland as the Baltimore Colts, before moving to Indianapolis in 1984. The squad is now owned and operated by James Irsay.
In 2008, when the RCA Dome was demolished, the Indianapolis Colts moved their home games to Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis. The team’s average home attendance throughout the regular season was 61,110 fans in 2019.
During the Colts’ long history, they have made four appearances in the Super Bowl and won two: in 1971, when they were the Baltimore Colts, and after they moved to Indianapolis, in 2007.
Date: 1953 – present
Division: AFC South
Stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium – Capacity: 67,000
Coach: Frank Reich
Principal Owner/CEO: James Irsay
Awards & Honors: Super Bowl (2007) Super Bowl (1971)
Indianapolis Colts Schedule 2021/22
|17||Jan 2, 2022||vs Las Vegas||1:00 pm||FOX||Lucas Oil Stadium|
|18||Jan 9, 2022||@ Jacksonville||1:00 pm||CBS||TIAA Bank Field|
Indianapolis Colts Total 2021 Salary Cap
- Maximum Salary Cap: $191,035,397
- Active Contracts: $124,548,055
- Injured Reserve: $9,749,781
- Dead Cap: $6,172,859
- Total Cap: $186,948,736
- Est. Cap Space: $4,086,661
Who is the best player on the Indianapolis Colts 2021?
Indianapolis Colts center Ryan Kelly has been voted as the No. 69 player in the NFL on the “Top 100 Players of 2021” rankings.