Found November 01, 2011 on The Colts Authority:
It's pretty hard to imagine Peyton Manning playing behind this offensive line.  When stable they've been very good.  But stability, as Phil Richards writes, has been elusive: "We've had our fair share of injuries up front, that's for sure," Saturday said. "It's interesting that none of them have been yearlong things (with the exception of rookie tackle Ben Ijalana's knee). They're weeks at a time, so it's tough to know who's coming in, who's not, who's going to be healthy that week."

Will Colts QB Peyton Manning ever play in the NFL again?

Will Indianapolis Colts QB Peyton Manning ever play in the NFL ever again, let along for the Colts? That is the question that is on everyone’s mind these days, especially Indianapolis Colts fans. One beat writer cover the franchise seems to think that the possibility of Manning ever suiting up again are dwindling. Peyton Manning spoke with the media this afternoon...

The Reality of Manning’s Career

It’s a reality that has always been there.  A player’s career can end on a moment’s notice… an awkward hit, an unexpected release from the team, an off-the-field accident.  But for years it’s been pounded into us how durable Peyton Manning is, how the only meaningful snap he’s ever missed was in 2001 when Miami [...]

Colts dogs against the Dirty Birds

Is Matty Ice the next Peyton Manning?  No, but he'd look awfully good with a horseshoe on his helmet.  Needless to say, the Accuscore forecast agrees that the Falcons QB improves their chances to win this weekend.

Colts QB Peyton Manning says healing process 'going slow'

INDIANAPOLIS -- Peyton Manning would like to play this season if he can get healthy enough.

Colts' Manning wants to play in '11 if feasible

Peyton Manning would like to play this season if he can.

If available, which NFL teams would be interested in trading for Colts QB Peyton Manning?

As the Indianapolis Colts continue to showcase the fact that they are the worst team in the NFL and with the distinct possibility of being in the driver’s seat for Stanford QB Andrew Luck, veteran QB Peyton Manning‘s future remains uncertain. Last week, several analysts stated that they are hearing that Peyton Manning would never allow the Colts to draft Andrew Luck...

Colts should draft Andrew Luck, says NFL Network's Mike Mayock

The win-less Indianapolis Colts should draft Andrew Luck if they get the opportunity, Peyton Manning or no Peyton Manning. Tim Tebow of the Denver Broncos is a "long way" from being a starting quarterback in the NFL. And Notre Dame should stay independent rather than join a conference.

Peyton Manning isn’t concerned with the opinion of Phil Simms

A week ago Wednesday, Phil Simms said that if the Indianapolis Colts had the first overall pick in the draft that Peyton Manning wouldn't let them draft consensus (well, near consensus, thanks again to Simms, but we'll get back to that) best-player-in-the-draft Andrew Luck. "There is no way if Peyton Manning is given a clean bill of health -- I'm going to go on that...

Manning breaks it to Simms: 'I don't watch your show'

We're not entirely sure what Peyton Manning's been doing with all the time off, but one hobby he's gone to work on? His smack-talking skills, with Phil Simms as his target.

Arsenal's Robin van Persie has officially joined the likes of Albert Pujols and Peyton Manning as one of the world's most indispensable athletes (

Few teams need one of its players more than Arsenal needs Robin van Persie.
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