Philip Rivers has been looking forward to actually putting on the pads and being a Colt for months now. With that coming in the next few weeks, he can say that, for the most part, Indianapolis has lived up to all his expectations. “But so what?” Rivers continued, now getting fiery. Rivers turns 39 in December and, even with changing norms in how NFL quarterbacks age, he knows that plenty of people thought his split with the Chargers in January, after 16 years together, would lead to the end of an illustrious career in pro football.
The world learned that in 2015, when Herremans was one of three Indianapolis Colts linemen to pose nearly nude in ESPN The Magazine’s “Body Issue. I forgot about that,” Herremans said with a laugh during a recent phone interview with MLive, with which he reminisced about some of his greatest career moments. I guess that would be a highlight, too.
Indianapolis, Indiana ill again bid to host the U.S. Olympic Trials in 2024, making a case to host the event in Lucas Oil Stadium, accoring to the IndyStar. Lucas Oil Stadium was one of a number of large-scale venues, used primarily for football, that was interested in hosting the 2016 Olympic Trials before that event ultimately returned to Omaha and the CenturyLink (now Chi Health) Center for the 3rd-straight edition.