Voice of the Indianapolis Colts Bob Lamey to retire after 35 years

INDIANAPOLIS -- After 35 years, the voice of the Colts, Bob Lamey, announced on Sunday that he is retiring. 

Lamey's voice could be heard announcing the play-by-plays for Colts radio broadcast and spent 23 years at WIBC Radio. 

“I have had a great deal of fun for 35 years, and it’s time. Great things and great people," Lamey said. "I cannot thank Colts fans enough for their support through the years. I also owe the world to the Irsay family, particularly Jimmy. I’ve never worked for a better person or a ‘got-your-back’ boss like him. 

He started working for the Indianapolis Colts in 1984 and has been the play-by-play voice for the Indiana Pacers and Indianapolis Racers hockey team. 

Lamey says he will "always bleed blue."

Colts owner and CEO Jim Isray says Lamey is a legend and was apart of the Colts family.

Matt Taylor, who is a Colts radio host and sideline reporter with now voice the play-by-plays.

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