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It’s been established that the Colts owe Peyton Manning another $28 million in early 2012. Last month, Peter King pointed out during Football Night In America that the money comes due before the start of the 2012 league year. That’s significant because it means that the Colts can’t trade Manning to a new team before…
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Earlier today we mentioned an article by Bob Kravitz of the Indy Star that brought up the fact that the Colts won’t be able to keep Peyton Manning and draft Andrew Luck, since both players would account for too much money against the cap at the quarterback position. Just a few week’s ago it was [...]
Imagine being Aaron Rodgers. Yes, you’re a superstar, Super Bowl MVP quarterback of the defending champion Green Bay Packers, finally removing that southern monkey attached to your back that was one Brett Favre. You follow up your impressive Super Bowl season by starting 2011 on an even more ridiculous string of classic QB play that puts you at the very top of the NFL at the same...
Yeah, this season is only 75 percent completed, but the Peyton Manning stories keep rolling in.
Here’s another one, from Chris Mortensen’s appearance Thursday morning on ESPN Radio’s Mike and Mike. Mort began by arguing that the overwhelming likelihood is that Manning would be available as a free agent, and not via trade.
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Mike Florio on whether Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck will play together, if there is a tie for the worst record in the league, could Andrew Luck’s fate be decided by a coin flip and will Mike Martz and Caleb Hanie remain in Chicago if the Bears fail to make the postseason?
Colts owner Jim Irsay told Indianapolis television station WXIN Thursday morning that he doesnt envision [QB] Peyton [Manning] playing this season. Manning is still rehabbing from neck fusion surgery that was performed on Sept. 8. He has recently been cleared to ramp up the rehab process. Source: CBSSports Attached Thumbnails
Archie Manning figures Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck can co-exist in Indianapolis after all.
The delicate relationship between a quarterback and his offensive line takes time to cultivate. The Colts offensive line has battled injury and the adjustment to three different quarterbacks, none of whom have been great at escaping the pass rush or dealing with turnovers. Despite standing upon changing sands they manage to come in at #19 in the Pro Football Focus rankings:
While he didn't preclude a return to the field this year for Peyton Manning, Jim Irsay cannot see it happening:
Irsay, appearing at a Downtown Super Bowl-related event, advised Fox-59 that he doesn't "envision Peyton playing this season."