• Colt Anderson registers first tackle of season0

    INDIANAPOLIS — Butte native Colt Anderson picked up his first tackle of the season Sunday in the Indianapolis Colts’ 16-13 win over Jacksonville at Lucas Oil Stadium. Anderson tackled Bryan Walters after a gain of 3 yards on a second-quarter punt. The Colts improved to 2-2 with the win. They’ll play on CBS and the

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  • Anderson registers six tackles in preseason finale0

    INDIANAPOLIS — Butte native Colt Anderson was in on six tackles Thursday night as the Indianapolis Colts fell 9-6 to the Cincinnati Bengals in a preseason game at Lucas Oil Stadium. The safety and special teams ace registered one solo tackle on the night. The game was the preseason finale for both teams. The Colts will

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  • Anderson registers three solo tackles in Colts win0

    ST. LOUIS — Former Butte High Bulldog and Montana Grizzly Colt Anderson made three solo tackles in the Indianapolis Colts’ 24-14 preseason win over the St. Louis Rams Saturday night in front of a small crowd at the Edward Jones Dome. Two of Anderson’s tackles came while he was playing safety. One came on a punt.

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  • Anderson registers six pack of tackles in loss to Bears1

    INDIANAPOLIS — Colt Anderson registered six tackles and a pass deflection in 23-11 home preseason loss to the Chicago Bears Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. Three of the tackles by the former Butte High Bulldog and Montana Grizzly were solo take downs. Anderson teamed with Zurlon Tipton to tackle former Grizzly teammate Mark Mariani

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  • Colt Anderson registers four tackles in preseason opener1

    PHILADELPHIA — Butte native Colt Anderson registered four tackles for the Indianapolis Colts Sunday as the team opened the preseason with 36-10 loss against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. All of the former Eagle’s tackles came as he was playing safety for the Colts. He got an assisted tackle on a pass to

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  • Calcutta raises $18,000 for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation0

    The second annual Cystic Fibrosis NCAA March Madness Calcutta at the Butte Country Club resulted in a donation of $18,000 for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The auction for the 64 teams in the tournament took in $117,365. Ten percent of that, $11,737, went to the foundation. The remaining money is paid out to groups or

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