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  • John Mackey: A revolutionary player on the field, a true force off of it

    John Mackey: A revolutionary player on the field, a true force off of it
    In death, legendary Baltimore Colts tight end John Mackey will undoubtedly be remembered for how he played the game. The 6-foot, 2-inch, 230-pounder who played from 1963 to 1972 set the standard for his position, combining speed and power like no tight end who had ever taken the field. As his former coach Don Shula told the Baltimore Sun, "Previous to John, tight ends were big strong guys like [Mike] Ditka and [Ron] Kramer who would block and catch short passes over the middle. Mackey gave us a tight end who weighed 230, ran a 4.6 and could catch the bomb. It was a weapon other teams didn't have." He was the second player at his position ever elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and college football's award for best tight endbears his name.
  • Remember when?

    The last time the Ravens visited Indianapolis, the Colts still played in the RCA Dome and quarterback Peyton Manning was gunning for Dan Marino's record of 48touchdown passes in a season. Although the Ravens kept Manning from the 20-year-old record,...

    Game 5: Colts break Ravens

    Game 5: Colts break Ravens
    A week after the Ravens believed a roughing-the-passer penalty cost them a game, there was no excuse given in watching Peyton Manning rough up their secondary. The once-struggling Indianapolis Colts quarterback ripped up the once-top-ranked pass defense,...

    QB giants, Colts stars

    QB giants, Colts stars
    The question still makes Peyton Manning wince, many years and countless times since it first was asked. The comparison to a legend who wore the familiar blue-and-white uniform, with the trademark horseshoe on the helmet, remains an uncomfortable topic for...

    Ravens to keep them coming

    Ravens to keep them coming
    A week into free agency, the Ravens have put $61 million into contracts to keep the face of the franchise, add speed to the secondary and fill the void at center. There's a sense of satisfaction at Ravens headquarters with Ray Lewis, Domonique Foxworth...