Baltimore Colts

Baltimore Colts may refer to the following football teams:

  • Baltimore Colts (1947–1950), an All-America Football Conference franchise (1947-1949) and National Football League franchise (1950) that disbanded after the 1950 season
  • Baltimore Colts (1953–1983), a National Football League franchise founded in 1953, which relocated to Indianapolis in 1984
  • Baltimore CFL Colts, a CFL franchise later renamed the Baltimore Stallions

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1976 All-Pro Team - Defense
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