Archive: Colt Following

On the 30th anniversary of the team's departure, we compile old stories about the beloved Baltimore Colts.

Editors of Baltimore Magazine - March 2014

Archive stories about the beloved Baltimore Colts

On the 30th anniversary of the team's departure, we compile old stories about the beloved Baltimore Colts.

Editors of Baltimore Magazine - March 2014


How The Deal Went Down

For 11 long years, Baltimore got the cold shoulder from the National Football League. But when the Cleveland Browns called, suddenly Baltimore was the belle of the ball.

January 1996


Behind The Battles Over Baltimore's Sports Future

With or without the Stars, the city's chances of rejoining the NFL - and keeping the Orioles - are in serious doubt. Here's the inside story of local big shots working to save our big-league sports status.

November 1984


The Annotated Greatest Quarterback of All Time

He passed away on September 11, 2002, the victim of a heart attack. John Constantine Unitas, we will miss you.






You May Also Like


Ravens Watch

​ The Ravens Are Inspiring Us All During This Year’s NFL Draft

And not just with their promising first-round pick, but because of the special moments to come.

Sports

The Bid & The Kid

In 1979, a 19-year-old kid from Dundalk rode Spectacular Bid to Preakness glory.

The Chatter

Chris Davis Slump Inspires Creative Discounts and Freebies Around Town

Baltimore bars, restaurants, and, yes, gentlemen’s clubs feature Davis-themed specials.


The Chatter

American Ninja Warrior Taking Over Rash Field This Weekend

Hopefuls from the area are excited to compete in front of a raucous hometown crowd.

Sports

The Inside Track

Herbert “Blue” Chase has placed bets at Pimlico Race Course every day for 70 years.

On The Town

Preakness Parties and Drinks to Celebrate the Big Race

From frozen drinks to bus parties, here are the best ways to toast the middle jewel.

Connect With Us

Most Read


Gender-Neutral Bathroom Bill Unanimously Passes City Hearing: Supported by transgender activists and Mayor’s LGBTQ Commission, legislation could be signed during next month’s Pride Weekend.

City Officials Express Concern Over Elon Musk’s Baltimore to D.C. Transit Plan: Before exploring intra-city transportation options, local leaders hope to address issues at home.

Loyola Lacrosse’s Pat Spencer Readies for One Last NCAA Tournament Ride: One of the game’s all-time scoring greats plays at home for the last time Saturday.

Five Things to Know About Bernard C. “Jack” Young: East Baltimore native knows how to wield power and his first policy moves as mayor will be revealing.

Gnocco Chef Brian Lavin Talks Restaurant Closure and Move to the West Coast: Highlandtown spot will serve its final dinner service this Saturday.