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What Would Have Happened If the Colts Never Moved to Indianapolis?

Published by on June 12, 2012
Article Source: Bleacher Report - Indianapolis Colts

In the wee hours of March 29, 1984, then-owner Robert Irsay decided to move the Colts franchise in the snowy and frosty night. Irsay concluded that he did not want to be held "hostage" by the city any longer. Instead of staying another dreadful year in the unappreciative city of Baltimore, Irsay determined that Indianapolis was a much more desired city for his football team.

That's when the remarkably noticeable Mayflower truck packed the rest of the franchise's things and with the snap of a finger, there was no football in Baltimore for the first time in over three decades.

When that Mayflower truck pulled out of the parking lot, the memories of Johnny Unitas, Raymond Berry, Lenny Moore and others were gone as well. The memories of the famed 1958 championship game that pitted the Colts against the Bleacher Report - Indianapolis Colts
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