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During Monday’s press conference that formally announced the dismissal of both vice chairman Bill Polian and general manager Chris Polian, Colts owner Jim Irsay indicated that he doesn’t know if quarterback Peyton Manning will be able to ever play again. Irsay strongly suggested that the Colts will draft a quarterback in April, by saying that [...]
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Colts QB says he never saw firing coming, that Polian was a big part of the draw to come play for the Colts.
One of the best to ever play his position, or a "surefire" youngster that could keep your franchise contending for the next decade -- which do you choose? That's the decision facing the Indianapolis Colts right now, as they have to choose between keeping Peyton Manning or drafting Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck. They could keep Manning and draft Luck, of course, but...
The Indianapolis Colts' offseason was already full of questions.
Monday's firing of Bill and Chris Polian will only add to the list.
Jim Caldwell and the assistant coaches are working in limbo, waiting to see if they'll be retained. The status of Peyton Manning remains cloudy.
It's unlikely any decisions about free agents will be made until a new general manager...
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Even two days after the fact, so many people are still upset by the firing of Bill Polian that you'd think he was a member of their family.There was no question someone had to take the fall for Indy's unmitigated disaster of a season, but the heavy favorite was coach ...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Bill Polian made one big mistake in Indianapolis: Not having an adequate backup for Peyton Manning.It cost the Colts vice chairman and his son their jobs.On Wednesday, Polian told The Associated Press that not grooming a replacement for the injured Manning was the primary reason the Colts ...
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay has scheduled a Monday afternoon news conference amid multiple reports he has fired team vice chairman Bill Polian and general manager Chris Polian. The announcement came a few hours after coach Jim Caldwell told reporters he was going through his regular routine and less than 24 hours after the Colts finished the season at 2-14, their fewest wins since 1991.
Bill Polian says his biggest mistake was not having an adequate backup for Peyton Manning, and that's what led to his firing as vice chairman of the Indianapolis Colts.
Colts vice chairman Bill Polian and general manager Chris Polian are out in Indianapolis, a source told ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen.
As the Indianapolis Colts rebuild their front office in the wake of the surprising firings of Bills Polian and Chris Polian as President and GM, the names of GM candidates are surfacing.
One of those was Bills Asst. GM/Dir. Player Personnel Doug Whaley, who name was mentioned at the tail end of an Indianapolis Star report Wednesday. The report also mentioned Green Bay personnel man...