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The non-news of the week involved quarterback Peyton Manning adding throwing to his rehabilitation process.
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Peyton Manning may be eager to return to the lineup this year but Jim Caldwell doesn't seem to even know when he'll practice. While it's good news that Manning is throwing it's clear his return is still a ways off:
“His rehab is, they’re increasing it, is ramping up a little here and there,’’ coach Jim Caldwell said prior to this afternoon’s practice...
Peyton is throwing! Peyton is throwing!
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The Colts will have to win their last two games the same way they tried to win their first 14 -- without Peyton Manning.
Minutes after the previously winless Colts got their first win, 27-13 over Tennessee, team vice chairman Bill Polian said the four-time league MVP will not play this season though he has begun throwing to teammates at the team complex.
The comments came in a...
Peyton Manning has started throwing the football again.
Peyton Manning has started throwing the football again. Colts coach Jim Caldwell said Wednesday that Manning is throwing the ball as part of his rehabilitation from neck surgery Sept. 8.
Colts coach Jim Caldwell said Wednesday that Manning is throwing the ball as part of his rehabilitation from neck surgery Sept. 8.
With Christmas right around the corner, many kids are telling Santa Claus what they want for Christmas. While football fans might not be sending a letter to the North Pole, they are wanting and hoping for lots of things this Christmas season. The following are three things Indianapolis Colts fans are hoping to find under their trees this year.
The number one wish for Indianapolis...
'I want to … use my influence to help,' rookie wide receiver from Poly saysEven though he is Baltimore-bred, LaQuan Williams couldn't help but feel empathy for a child who has been inspired by Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning.