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Archie Manning says Peyton Manning was disappointed that Bill Polian was let go during the Indianapolis Colts' leadership shake-up but remains committed to coming back next season.
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I had a fun chat on twitter yesterday with 12th Man Rising contributor Jake Bishop. We were discussing where Peyton Manning might sign if he was cut by the Indianapolis Colts.
While the thought of them cutting outright might sound silly, it remains a possibility. Manning is due a $28 million bonus in March, before any trade could take place. It is still uncertain if Manning will...
Archie Manning has considerable respect for Oklahoma State. He thinks that Oregon and Stanford had fine seasons, and were both deserving of playing in BCS bowl games.
Just not the BCS title game.
The first father of NFL quarterbacks said Monday that top-ranked LSU and No. 2 Alabama were the best two teams in college football. ''Without a doubt,'' he added.
The story of the early phase of the 2012 offseason will come from Indianapolis, and it will focus on the payment of $28 million due and owing to Colts quarterback Peyton Manning on or about March 8. Peter King reported during the NBC wild-card pregame on Saturday that the Colts and Manning may be amenable…
At some point before March 8, the Indianapolis Colts will release Peyton Manning to avoid paying him a $28 million roster bonus. That would leave Manning free to go ahead and sign with another team in desperate need of his services (coughJETScough).
The problem is that Archie Manning went on the radio the other day and expressed doubts as to whether or not his son will be ready...
Jim Irsay this morning refuted a report that the Colts and quarterback Peyton Manning have discussed moving the deadline for the team to pay Manning an option bonus that will activate the final four years of his contract and prevent him from becoming an unrestricted free agent.