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The photograph hangs in Lenny Moore's club basement, amid the hundreds of trophies, plaques and keepsakes that chronicle the life of the Baltimore Colts Hall of Fame running back. But few treasures mean as much to Moore as the black-and-white snapshot...
Mike Smith's eyes and Mike Tomlin's confidence. John Quillen's fingers and Dennis Kozlowski's voice. George Welsh's defiance and Mike London's energy. Jimmye Laycock's ingenuity and Frank Beamer's persistence. Joe Taylor's faith and Bill Dee's focus....
Tags: Crimes, Super Bowl, Athletes, Human Interest, Frank Beamer
Fifty years ago, the Baltimore Colts rallied to win a world championship over the New York Giants before 57,545 jubilant fans at Memorial Stadium. Go on, scratch your head. The 1958 title game is burned into our brains: 23-17, sudden-death, Ameche's...
IndySportsNationFor most of his Sunday press conference, Jim Caldwell tried to play off that things were not too different Sunday from his other games with the Colts. "My routine is the same as it was, has been here for the last seven years," said Caldwell, who unlike...
Today we examine the historic Dec. 28, 1958, game between the Colts and Giants through the eyes of a player from each team, and a Colts fan, cheerleader and band member. As the 50th anniversary approaches, we'll have more stories about those who played in...
On Dec.28, 1958, the NFL's best offense and defense, its finest quarterback, its best possession receiver and big-play threat, its most dominant defensive lineman and prototype offensive tackles, its best-rounded linebacker and its most promising...
This is what Gino Marchetti, Hall of Fame defensive end for the Baltimore Colts, remembers of the 1958 NFL championship game, as told to Baltimore Sun reporter Mike Klingaman. When I walked onto the field, a chill ran down my spine. I thought, "Here I...
Sun reporterAlex Hawkins sees it in the mannerisms, the way Peyton Manning sometimes cocks his helmet back on his head or the look on his face coming off the field. Gino Marchetti sees it in the way Manning stands in the pocket and in the way his shoulder pads sit...
WatchdogOh, snap. I was hoping to avoid getting sucked into this matter of Boomer Esiason calling out Troy Aikman on WFAN and later WEEI for an alleged pro-Cowboys slant while calling Sunday's game. I have asked Troy about this so......
Tags: Troy Aikman, Boomer Esiason
Sun StaffEvery time Gino Marchetti takes a step, he remembers The Game. It was Dec. 28, 1958. Marchetti's Baltimore Colts were playing the New York Giants in what is now known as The Greatest Game Ever Played. It was fourth down. Marchetti had just made the...
Sun StaffWhen John Unitas was in seventh grade at a Catholic grade school in the hard hills south of downtown Pittsburgh, his teacher asked each of the students in his class what they wanted to be when they grew up. A pro football player, Unitas said. His...
Sun Staff"I guarantee it." These words may never go down with "Four score and seven years ago," "War is hell" or "Read my lips," but, remembered in proper context, they, too, will not perish from the face of the earth. Yes, long after the particulars of the...
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