It Still Hurts To Recall—27 Years Ago The Colts Left Baltimore For Good

I guess until the day they put me into the ground, I will never forget that fateful moment when the Irsay family–(Bob and Jimmy) ripped the heart out of so many Baltimoreans. I give Jimmy no pass and never will. I was on my way home from work when I heard the rumors were true. My first thought was to start a blockade but as I drove by the facility there were no onlookers. How can this happen I thought? It is still very emotional for me to talk about. I still occasionally call the Ravens, the Colts. They are entwined into my memory and I will never forgive, forget or let go.

There Are 5 Responses to this Post
  1. Snitzer


    Reply ·   11/12/2019

  2. freddy from boca

    to me football has never been the same. but jimmy had nothing to do with the move. it was strictly bob the red nose owner. fact is, jimmy has become a great owner, but don’t blame him for his drunk father’s irrational behavior. and you can put some blame on the politicians. let’s be honest the stadium was a problem and no one wanted to do anything about it. though i don’t think i would have wanted to spend a dime for a jerk like bob irsay.

    Reply ·   11/12/2019

  3. Snitzer

    exactly what are you sniffing? He’s still an Irsay. What are you, Mother Teresa?

    Reply ·   11/12/2019

  4. freddy from boca would be who are you..not what are you. and i’m a sammy. 6 to 5.

    Reply ·   11/12/2019

  5. Bruce

    Snitzer is right on, Freddy. I never heard Jimmy saying don’t go. He wasn’t a child.

    Reply ·   11/12/2019

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