Indianapolis Colts release Jonathan Newsome

While there has not been an official announcement made by the Indianapolis Colts, it appears Jonathan Newsome has been dropped from the team's roster via Newsome's Twitter account. Last week he was arrested on a marijuana possession charge last week. Newsome, who was drafted in the fifth round of the 2014 NFL Draft, thanked the Colts organization via Twitter for the opportunity. The former Cardinal linebacker also thanked Colts fans via Twitter as well. Signed in 2014, Newsome received a $178,108 signing bonus to go along with his four-year, nearly $2.4 million contract. Newsome spent two seasons with the Colts.


Jonathan Newsome arrested for marijuana possession

Former Ball State football player and current Indianapolis Colts linebacker Jonathan Newsome was arrested on possession of marijuana charges. According to, police arrived at Newsome's apartment around 2 a.m.


Super Bowl Bingo drinking game

Ready for the big game on Sunday? The Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos take the field at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday in San Francisco for the 50th Super Bowl. No matter who you're rooting for, or who you think will win the game, up the stakes a little with our Super Bowl Bingo drinking game.

Ball State head coach Mike Neu speaks at his introductory press conference on Jan. 8. Neu's first recruiting class brought in 22 new players. Breanna Daugherty // DN File

Ball State football: National Signing Day

National Signing Day featured 22 new athletes from eight different states Ball State football.  Here is an interactive map of the newest members of the Ball State Cardinals.

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Keith Wenning passes to WIllie Snead, a receiver for the New Orleans Saints, in the Rec Center. They were two of several current and former Ball State players that got together for an unofficial off-season workout on Wednesday. DN PHOTO COLIN GRYLLS

Wenning, Snead return to Ball State for workout

Keith Wenning and Willie Snead made history together playing in a Ball State uniform. Together, the duo racked up the completions, yards and touchdowns, becoming one of the most prolific quarterback-receiver combos in the nation. Now they're both playing in the NFL, Wenning with the Cincinnati Bengals and Snead with the New Orleans Saints.


Ball State assistant to become D-II head coach

Ball State football assistant head coach Justin Lustig has been named head coach at Division-II Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Lustig began his coaching career in 2001, and this will be the first time in his 15-year career where he will be a head coach.

St. Louis Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald, right, celebrates after sacking Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson for a 4-yard loss on third down in the third quarter on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015, at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis. The Rams won, 34-31. (Chris Lee/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/TNS)

NFL owners approve of Rams relocation to L.A.

From 1946-94, Los Angeles had a football team, the Los Angeles Rams. After a 30-2 passed vote by National Football League team owners, the team will return to the Sunshine State in 2016. On Jan. 12, 30 of the teams' 32 owners approved of the relocation, even though the proposal only required the approval of 24 of the teams' owners.


Quarterback Mike Neu: A timeline

Excitement surrounding Ball State football has slowed down over the past few seasons, but with more than seven months before the 2016 season, the team has acquired a new head coach, bringing the excitement to an all-time high.

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