The Colts averaged 66,378 fans at the Luke last season. They ranked only 19th in the league in total attendance due to the 2nd smallest stadium in the league (to Chicago). (via BCC)
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Additional salary cap room recently announced, but I admit that I don't understand if the that gives the Colts $5 million more in room (over the $7 million previously announced) or just $947,000 (per the ever-so-clear "cash-adjustment mechanism"). For that matter a "cash-adjustment mechanism" sounds a bit like money laundering, but that's a topic for another story... perhaps peytonsthebest can enlighten us. Anyway, how will the Colts spend this additional money? I predict they'll just hold on to it for now because they don't have tons and tons of cap room for the inevitable roster changes during the season. Others' thoughts?
Bill Polian was on the Dan Dakich show literally a few moments ago. While talking with Dan, Polian said that Clyde Christensen will indeed take over as the playcaller for the Colts, and Pete Metzelaars will take over as the o-line coach. Most of us had a feeling this was going to be the case from the get go, but you can never be too sure with Polian running the show.
The NFL has increased the cap another $1 million. Again, this from a league that, supposedly, can't pay into pension plans for veteran coaches. But, whatever. According to Colts Cap, adding $1 million gives Indy about $7 million in cap space.
Don't they already have enough problems? I just hope the Colts never allow this.
We all know this already. It's just nice to see it in print.
Dear Titans RB Chris Johnson, I'm gonna body slam yo butt to the turf in 2009! Sincerely, Big T