A collection of highlights from the Play 60 zone.
A look back at how the Colts organization, players and staff members were involved in the community throughout the 2017 season.
The Indianapolis Colts, mascot Blue and Faegre Baker Daniels celebrate Read Across America with visits to local elementary schools. Guest speakers read excerpts from Blue's book "Blue's Road Trip through Indiana" while the team's mascot incorporates humor to help students learn that reading is fun.
The United Way of Central Indiana partnered with the Indianapolis Colts to present Super Bowl tickets to one lucky grand prize winner. Carlie Irsay-Gordon along with representatives and the mascots from local Indy sports teams participated in the ceremony.
The Indianapolis Colts team up with Meijer and Hands of Hope to spend an evening shopping with local children in need as part of the annual "Shop With A Colt" event.
The Indianapolis Colts visit the Riley Hospital for Children to spend time with patients and sing their favorite Christmas songs.
The Indianapolis Colts defensive line group gives back to a group of deserving young men by surprising them with Christmas gifts at the team's practice facility.
The Indianapolis Colts paired up with IMPD to work with 50 local sixth graders to promote peace and communication among various social groups.
Indianapolis Colts players distribute Thanksgiving meals alongside other volunteers at two area community centers.
The Indianapolis Colts team up with US Foods, Lucas Oil Products, Meijer and Citizens Energy Group to distribute Thanksgiving meals to 2,000 local families in-need.
The Indianapolis Colts team up with Meijer to proved a special shopping trip for 10 families from Sheltering Wings.
The Indianapolis Colts team with Wish For Our Heroes to deliver 100 Tempur-Pedic mattresses to local veterans.
The Colts made a surprise visit to a local youth football scrimmage and spent time running drills and donated funds as a part of the Random Acts of Football initiative.
Colts players visit Second Helpings to assist in preparing food for the community.
Colts QB Andrew Luck has been busy traveling throughout the state of Indiana with members of Riley Children's Hospital promoting the Change The Play program. Change The Play stresses the importance of daily exercise for children and making healthy lifestyle choices.
The Blue Ladies recently hosted the 7th annual Blue Evening at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center.
The Colts Summer Tours and the Colts Fan Fest recently stopped in Franklin, Indiana that featured Offensive Linemen Anthony Castonzo and Jack Mewhort, as well as Colts Cheerleaders and Blue.
Offensive Linemen Anthony Castonzo, Joe Haeg and Jack Mewhort recently paid a visit to the Humane Society of Indianapolis to care for dogs and puppies and to also raise awareness for adoptable pets.
First round draft pick Malik Hooker and teammate Jabaal Sheard threw out the first pitches at the "Colts at Bat" event, in conjunction with the Indianapolis Indians at Victory Field.
The Colts and Ashley Homestores teamed up to provide 100 beds for kids in need as a part of the "Hope to Dream" program.
The National Football League and the Indianapolis Colts team up to host players and coaches from the 2016 IHSAA football championship schools, which are: Linton-Stockton, Cardinal Ritter, Concordia, Roncalli and Westfield. The players participated in college preparatory and professional career seminars to better prepare them for the future. After they absorbed the information, the group took a trip to Lucas Oil Stadium and the Indiana Convention Center to experience the NFL Combine like never before.
The Indianapolis Colts, mascot Blue and Faegre Baker Daniels celebrate Read Across America with visits to local elementary schools. Guest speakers read excerpts from Blue's book "Blue's Road Trip through Indiana" while the team's mascot incorporates slap-stick humor to help students learn that reading is fun.
The Indianapolis Colts defensive line, joined by coach Gary Emanuel, surprise 10 teenage foster kids with presents during a tour of the team's facility. The Colts also give each one two tickets to the team's upcoming home game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
On Monday, Colts players, Cheerleaders, and Blue visited Riley Children’s Hospital to sing carols and deliver some holiday cheer to young patients and their families. The group went from room-to-room throughout the hospital, greeting patients, singing and delivering gifts.
The Indianapolis Colts host their annual "Bleed Blue Blood Drive" event that is the largest in the state. In addition to receiving over 1,500 donations, the team also offered a free day of holiday activities. Fans of all ages had a chance to meet players, cheerleaders and enjoy a complimentary viewing of holiday movies on the big screens of Lucas Oil Stadium.
The Indianapolis Colts partner with Meijer Superstores to give 40 children from Big Brothers and Big Sisters a chance to buy holiday gifts for their families. Each participant received a $200 gift card to spend on themselves and loved ones, while also receiving an additional $20 to spend on a toy for charity. The presents chosen by the kids were donated to the "Toys for Tots" program.