The Colts have had some big personalities in their 33-year Indianapolis history, but perhaps none bigger than Ray Buchanan.
The brash cornerback may be best-remembered for his time helping lead the Falcons to their first ever Super Bowl appearance - and his memorable feud with then-Broncos TE Shannon Sharpe - but he developed his "Big Play Ray" brand as a Colt (1993-96). In the 1994 season alone, Buchanan intercepted eight passes, and returned three of them for touchdowns.
"Big Play Ray" joined us today to talked about his time in Indianapolis, including the unforgettable Cardiac Colts run to the AFC Championship Game in 1995, his sons carrying on his legacy, and how he's stayed active with football. Take a listen: