Down by two points and 80 yards from the end zone, their chances looked bleak. Two minutes remained when the Colts began a drive against the Los Angeles Rams that would stamp their rookie quarterback, No. 19, as a coming star.
Leading troops over the rugged, battle-scarred hills of Vietnam's Central Highlands in 1967, Rollie Stichweh sometimes would hark back to his football days at West Point to see him through.
Saturday’s 115th Army-Navy game at M&T Bank Stadium will be the fifth edition of the rivalry to be played in Baltimore. Our photo blog, The Darkroom, put together a post with images from all of those games.
He wasn't the happiest of Colts, but who's surprised? In college, Roosevelt Leaks rushed for more yards in one game (342) than he did in four of his five years in Baltimore.
For a decade, each autumn, Glenn Ressler's Sundays were much the same. The mild-mannered Colts guard would slip into the locker room, remove his glasses, put on his uniform and perform feats of strength. Players called him Clark Kent.
Lift. Oomph. Thump. Lift. Oomph. Thump. Time and again, Gavin Class flips a 500-pound tractor tire around a Cockeysville fitness center. Next, he hoists a 20-pound medicine ball over his head and slams it to the ground 20 times. Finally, Class rams his shoulder into a conditioning sled weighing...