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It’s been a pretty tough month for Rex Ryan’s Jets; not only has his team squandered a chance at the playoffs, the team has revealed some serious problems in the locker room that led to a lot of changes on the coaching staff. Mark Sanchez’s ability as a leader has been put into question, and rumors about Peyton Manning are not doing anything to help the young quarterback’s confidence.
Now, their cross-town rivals and divisional foes are facing off in the Super Bowl, for the second time in four years.
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Kim Kardashian and Mark Sanchez? NO!
Now, there are new rumors that Kim is getting it on with New York Jets pretty boy QB Mark Sanchez. Sources say that the two began “secretly” dating while Kim was filming her show “Kourtney and Kim take New York’s” FIRST season. Now that her “marriage” is a wrap, it’s back to Mark she goes!
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After officially hiring Bruce Arians (ex-Steelers offensive coordinator) to be the offensive coordinator for the Colts, new head coach Chuck Pagano wasted no time scalping another Steeler assistant, this time announcing Harold Goodwin as the new offensive line coach for the Colts. Goodwin was an offensive assistant for the Steelers from 2007-2011, where his job entailed assisting...
Whoever thought that Rob Lowe, best known for his directorial debut the night before the Democratic Convention, would be the medium to announce the end of one of the greatest players in NFL history.
For Peyton Manning, the beginning of the end all started with a tweet: Rob Lowe announced on twitter roughly two weeks ago that Manning would retire, and insisted he heard it from...
Jason La Canfora claims that the Colts will retain Clyde Christensen as the QB coach:
Colts will retain Clyde Christensen as QB coach. New coordinator Bruce Arians to meet with him soon #insideslant
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 31, 2012
Peyton Manning in a Cowboys uniform?
At first thought, that sounds like a pretty good idea. Who wouldn't want a future Hall of Famer quarterbacking their team?
Then reality creeps in.
First and foremost, it will never happen because of the salary cap. While trading Tony Romo to make room for Manning would be the optimal move, either trading or outright cutting Romo carries...
In public, the Colts have been mostly tight lipped about Peyton Manning’s future since the season ended. Owner Jim Irsay initially insisted Manning would remain a Colt if healthy, though he’s gradually backed off that stance. Ultimately, Irsay has made no commitment either way while being as evasive about Manning’s 2012 whereabouts as humanly possible.…
Peyton Manning has been medically cleared by two doctors, including Dr. Robert Watkins, who performed the most recent surgery on the Indianapolis Colts quarterback's neck, to resume his NFL career, sources told Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Bob Kravitz spoke to two general managers who know a thing or two about releasing a Hall of Famer. Carmen Policy decided to cut bait with Joe Montana, who served his exile in Kansas City, and go with Steve Young while Peter Pockington sent Wayne Gretzky packing from his beloved Edmonton Oilers. Both men say it was the right decision:
"And that's the thing: You have to separate...
The Jets have to make a decision on wide receiver Santonio Holmes before next Wednesday, based on a clause in the five-year, $45 million contract he signed before the season according to Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com. Team officials have said Holmes, whose season-long rift with Sanchez became public at the end of the season, will be on the team next season. But if they wanted to...
Even during Super Bowl week, the Peyton Manning saga has been the hot topic in Indy. Now add a new wrinkle: Andrew Luck, the Colts' likely No. 1 pick, is in town, writes Don Banks.
The Indianapolis Colts have already filled one coordinator position with a former Steelers assistant coach. But they are not going to fill the other that way. Linebackers coach Keith Butler has decided against interviewing for the defensive coordinator position with the Colts and is going to remain with the Steelers, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has learned.
Peyton Manning called it. Back when the NFL was debating the merits of Eli Manning and whether he had what it took to win a Super Bowl, Big Brother took time out of his morning-after news conference five years ago to say Eli would be on the same stage soon.