After Record Kick, Colts Kicker Hauled In For Drug Testing

Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri set a team record for the longest field goal in playoff history in a win against the Cincinnati Bengals – and then immediately got a notice from the NFL that he was “randomly’ being tested for drugs..

Colts punter Pat McAfee took to social media posting a picture of the actual letter Vinatieri received from the NFL confirming his teammate had been selected for drug testing.

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Vinatieri’s 53-yard field goal in the fourth quarter against Cincinnati on Sunday topped his previous team record of 52 yards against Baltimore on Jan. 6, 2013. Continue reading

Colts release statement On Jim Irsay Arrest

INDIANAPOLIS Colts owner Jim Irsay was arrested and charged with four felony counts after being arrested late Sunday night on possession of a controlled substance and driving while intoxicated. Turns out Irsay had several brands of prescriptions pills in his car, none matching his own prescribed meds. Irsay had recently said on Twitter that he had not touched drugs or alcohol in 15 years..zac-efron

It was earlier in the year Irsay was pictured partying with then drug-fueled actor, Zac Efron.. Continue reading

The Hot Housewives of Indianapolis

With the Super Bowl coming in a few days, people want to see the big stars arriving in Indy. Forget waiting for the Super Bowl, Indy has their own Housewives of Indianapolis that will be out and about at some of the big parties in town.  They are beautiful, smart and hard working ladies that know who they are and what they want.  I can reveal 2 of them, and if you’re lucky, you just might come across them during Super Bowl week. Continue reading

Quarterback Steve McNair Killed



Former Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair was shot and killed, Nashville police are saying.    McNair, 36, was found with an unnamed female accomplice.  He had been killed by a gunshot wound to the head.

“I don’t have any answers for you now as to what’s happened, who’s responsible,” Don Aaron, spokesperson for the Nashville Police Department, said.  He did say that residents living in a nearby apartment complex are being questioned but only for information.  There are currently no suspects.

McNair had played 11 seasons with the Tennessee Titans.  He retired  in 2007, after playing for the Baltimore Ravens for two years.

“We are saddened and shocked to hear the news of Steve McNair’s passing today,” said a statement from Titans owner K.S. “Bud” Adams Jr.   No statement has been released by McNair’s family