It’s been a while since we’ve seen the Colts back in the city, and for good reason.
The team moved to Indianapolis from Indianapolis, home of the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts, in the mid-1990s, and has since gone through a number of incarnations.
The team has won six Super Bowls and was a perennial contender in the NFL for the last few decades, but in recent years the team has seen some serious turmoil in its management, with general manager Ryan Grigson leaving and a number being let go.
In 2015, the team announced a number new additions, including defensive end Robert Mathis, cornerback Chris Harris, offensive tackle Jermon Bushrod, offensive guard Alex Mack, and cornerback Darrelle Revis.
All four of those players, along with quarterback Andrew Luck, are in their final season on the team, which is expected to be the last one that the Colts have in the franchise’s history.
At the time, the decision to move the team back to Indianapolis seemed a smart one.
With the team having struggled to make a major impact since Grigssons departure, it’s difficult to believe that Indianapolis was able to recapture its former glory in the 2016 season.
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What’s the future of the Colts?
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