Played in Baltimore, Maryland
|Team colors||Royal Blue, White|
|Owner(s)||Carroll Rosenbloom (1953–1972)|
Robert Irsay (1972–1983)
|Head coach||Keith Molesworth (1953)|
Weeb Ewbank (1954–1962)
Don Shula (1963–1969)
Don McCafferty (1970–1972)
John Sandusky (1972)
Howard Schnellenberger (1973–1974)
Joe Thomas (1974)
Ted Marchibroda (1975–1979)
Mike McCormack (1980–1981)
Frank Kush (1982–1983)
|League championships (3†)|
|Conference championships (5)|
|Division championships (5) AFL–NFL merger|
|Playoff appearances (10)|
The Baltimore Colts  were an American football franchise in the National Football League. The team was based in Baltimore. The logo was a white horseshoe (blue uniforms). The team had success since 1953 when it began, winning four NFL championships, including Super Bowl V. The most famous player was quarterback Johnny Unitas . However, in 1984, Bob Irsay secretly (meaning in the middle of a March night without an announcement) moved the team to Indianapolis to begin play as the Indianapolis Colts.
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