Quinn, a longtime Colts executive, was hired by owner Jim Irsay as the public relations director for the team in the summer of 2012.
Irsarays team has been the target of online attacks by the alt-right since the November 2016 election, when the Trump administration banned travel from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Quinn has worked on behalf of Trump, the Republican party and Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, and on the campaign of Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore, who lost to Democrat Doug Jones in the Alabama special election.
“He’s a man of integrity,” Trump said of Quinn at the time.
“A lot of folks, they don’t like that.
He’s a guy who has been doing a lot of good for our country.”
Quinn has long been a Trump ally, and the president is said to have used his Twitter account to encourage people to attend his rally in Atlanta in December.
Quinn and the Colts were named the 2016 Super Bowl champs in December after defeating the Green Bay Packers in the divisional round.
Trump was among the first in the world to tweet about the game after the loss, and Quinn later tweeted that Trump was the “most powerful person in sports.”
“Thank you, @realDonaldTrump,” Quinn tweeted.
“I had no idea he was a fan, but I was glad he got the opportunity to see the game.
In April, Quinn tweeted, “Good luck getting your hands on an Indy Colts jersey in time for the Super Bowl this Sunday.
If you want one, you’ll have to wait until February 3rd.”
In a statement to the Indy Star, Irsa said the team would be “looking to the future.”
Irsas wife, actress Alyssa Milano, also tweeted a photo of the jersey on Wednesday.
I have no idea what you’re talking about but I think we are all thankful for all the hard work that went into putting that jersey together, I said.
It will be a honor to be the one to wear it with you, she wrote.
I can’t wait to see you in person.