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The Indianapolis Colts will keep Peyton Manning on the active roster so he can practice later this season, though it remains unlikely Manning will play in a regular-season game.
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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...
Indianapolis Colts president Bill Polian said Monday that injured quarterback Peyton Manning will remain on the active roster all season.
The Colts have the worst record in the NFL at 0-8, primarily due to the absence of Manning, a four-time NFL MVP who is sidelined following neck surgery. Indianapolis had made the playoffs nine straight seasons with Manning at quarterback.
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...
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.
Like everyone else, Eli Manning has heard the term, “Suck for Luck.” Winless teams are clamoring to draft Stanford uber-prospect Andrew Luck, and the Colts are one of them. Shoot, fans have ever started wearing Colts Luck jerseys to games… even though they still have a QB named Peyton Manning.
On a conference call today, I asked Eli what he thought when he hears about the Colts...
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