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Eye On Sports with Eric Williams:
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay has already jettisonedformer chairman Bill Polian. Is 'franchise' quarterback Peyton Manning next to go? Maybe it’s me, but I’m still trying to figure out what the hell is wrong with ‘certifiably nuts’ Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay.First Irsay surprises everyone around the league – and on his own team by firing longtime vice chairman Bill Polian and his son, GM Chris Polian. While I certainly agree with his firing of head coach Jim Caldwell, I don’t think getting rid of his entire staff was the brightest idea, particularly if there was one or two assistant that deserved to be kept on board.Next, Irsay surprises again by hiring Balimore Ravens defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano to be the team’s new head coach, though I did like Irsay’s hiring of Ryan Grigson as the team’s new GM.Now, Irsay is bad-mouthing ‘franchise’ quarterback Peyton Manning in the media – when everyone knows he’s going to part ways with the man that out his franchise
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Twitter and Jim Irsay, two things that do not go together but yet have seemingly done just that. During the course of the off-season, Indianapolis Colts Owner Jim Irsay has been on a Twitter high. Tweeting more than any owner in the league, and probably safe to say any player in the league. I myself have a Twitter(which you can follow me at @mikepresley64) but for those that follow...
Jim Irsay did his own politicking Monday.
Jim Irsay has refuted a report that the Indianapolis Colts decided weeks ago that they will release quarterback Peyton Manning and move on without the four-time NFL Most Valuable Player.
Colts quarterback Peyton Manning and team owner Jim Irsay took turns taking shots at one another last week, with Manning suggesting the Colts' facility was a depressing place to be around because of all the firings and Irsay labeling Manning "a politician" for trying to curry favor with fans in the event he is released in March because of ongoing neck problems.
Colts owner Jim Irsay says it's time to focus on the Super Bowl -- not Peyton Manning's future plans.
INDIANAPOLIS—Peyton Manning and Colts owner Jim Irsay insist they are just fine after a week filled with complaints and comments suggesting a rift had developed following one of the most miserable seasons in team history.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Peyton Manning and Colts owner Jim Irsay say there are no hard feelings between them.
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay and quarterback Peyton Manning have talked and made up, at least publicly.
Colts owner Jim Irsay says it's time to focus on the Super Bowl - not Peyton Manning's future plans.
PFT Live: There have been reports that Jim Irsay decided months ago that the Colts would move on without Peyton Manning, and Mike Florio says there will be several teams that would kill to have him as their quarterback. (NBC Sports)