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Rutgers Intercollegiate Athlethics:
Former Rutgers captain and current Indianapolis Colts linebacker Gary Brackett returns to his alma mater Sunday to sign copies of his new book Winning: From Walk-On to Captain, in Football and Life.
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Bob Kravitz says Jim Irsay may have won the PR battle (even if he didn't intend to do so) but may lose the football war. He also doesn't expect Peyton Manning to accept the terms of a reduced deal:
Now, if Manning is willing take Irsay’s offer, let me be the first to throw him a parade while uttering mea culpas. It would be an amazing, selfless thing to do, and would...
Sam Farmer of the LA Times says the Colts should keep Peyton Manning but on the team's terms:
So what should Irsay do? He needs to make a smart decision taking the long view, of course, one that won't put his team in salary-cap prison for the next five years. Assuming Manning is cleared by Colts doctors, Irsay should look at every feasible option to keep him and draft...
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay plans to meet with quarterback Peyton Manning within the next week and told ESPN on Tuesday that he's leaving the door open for Manning to stay with the Colts."We want this to be his decision...We want him back if he wants to come back. We can work out the contract if he wants to work it out. It's going to be Peyton's call,"...
Bill Polian believes the public back-and-forth between Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay and Peyton Manning about the quarterback's future with the franchise won't help the two parties find a resolution.
But the ex-Colts president and general manager thinks there is at least one positive that can be taken from Irsay's latest comments Tuesday to the Indianapolis Star...
The conventional wisdom in the never-ending Peyton Manning saga deems that the Indianapolis Colts will release the star quarterback by the March 8 deadline, thus avoiding paying Manning the 28 million bonus due him if he is on their roster on that date.
Manning and Colts owner Jim Irsay no doubt will exchange hugs and shed a tear over the breakup that has to be (not really) and...
The Colts were 1-13 with two games to play this season, but that didn't stop Peyton Manning for pushing for a late-season return, according to a head-scratching report by SI.com.
According to Colts owner Jim Irsay, Peyton Manning will decide whether he plays another game for Indianapolis.
Day by day the Peyton Manning in Indianapolis story gets crazier. There seems to be reports surfacing from both camps regarding where Manning will end up for the 2012 season. Once again, Irsay has released a statement saying that the ball is in Manning’s court in regards to where he will play.
You have to remember that the Colts hold the number 1 spot in the upcoming NFL Draft...
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Possible Peyton Manning landing spots..
Peyton Manning in a Jets Jersey? Who would like to see that in the 2012 season? Who’d rather keep Mark Sanchez?