Despite a truly disappointing end to the 2005 season, Colts fans had a great ride in 2005. We'll be recapping those highlights, stats and more over the next few weeks and kicking off our 2006 team coverage as well.
Unlike other sites -- that will move on to other teams and other sports -- ColtPower will still be providing you with Colts information and news tomorrow, next week, and throughout the year. It's what we do, providing you with coverage all year round.
You'll see pages go up on the site with extensive free agent coverage, college talent coverage, features on former Colts (including interviews) and interviews with current Colts players (once they have a little breathing room after this disappointment). We'll find out what the Colts free agents are up to, and interview some free agents that the Colts could be considering. We'll be providing scoops for you from across our network and through our network of contacts. We'll also have time now to get our fan gallery up to date as well as other areas of our site that we just haven't had time to build due to our focus on team coverage in-season.
Unlike other sites, your Colts experience at ColtPower is 365 days long. Tomorrow starts day one of the 2006 experience. There's lots of fun coming your way, so hang in there Colts fans. We will make your offseason experience both fun and informative!
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