ColtPower has learned that wide receiver Marvin Harrison will undergo surgery on Monday, ending his…
Former Pro Bowler Ray Donaldson Honored
Donaldson, who was a second-round draft pick by the Colts back in 1980, was one of the players who spans both the Baltimore and Indianapolis eras of the franchise. The offensive lineman, who was actually the third pick by the Colts that year behind first-rounders Curtis Dickey (RB) and Derrick Hatchett (DB), easily had the most accomplished career out of a talented group of players that included fourth-round wide receiver Ray Butler.
Donaldson played for the Colts from 1980 through 1992 before being released by the team at age 35. He left the team ranked third in franchise history in games played (184). At the time, only quarterback Johnny Unitas (221) and punter David Lee (188) had seen action in more games as a Colt. To this day, he is still tied for second-place all-time for years of service with the team. His 13 seasons as a Colt trails only Unitas who spent 17 years with the franchise.
Donaldson was selected by the Colts out of the University of Georgia, where he was an All-Southeastern Conference selection. During his 17-year pro career he also played for the Seahawks ('93-'94) and the Cowboys ('95-'96). He earned a Super Bowl ring when Dallas won the Lombardi Trophy in 1995.
ColtsBlitz.com Recommended Stories
Peyton Manning Breaks All-Time TD Record
Peyton Manning emerged alone atop yet another category in the NFL record book tonight vs the Niners, as he tossed touchdown #509 under the national spotlight of Sunday Night Football (NBC). (Photo…Read More
LenDale White escorted out of the Coliseum
Former USC and NFL running back LenDale White added tons of drama to what was a relatively quiet Homecoming weekend for the Trojans.Read More
AP Poll Week Eight
Mississippi State stays No. 1 after the bye week and Florida State is still No. 2 this week...Read More
5 Tips for Deer Hunting Over Feeders
As an avid whitetail enthusiast sitting in a blind watching over a wildlife feeder, I believe you can benefit from these tipsRead More
Keith “Catman” Sutton’s guide to catching blue catfish all year long.Read More