Found January 30, 2012 on
The Rap Sheet:
One of the strangest things about this week is that the Patriots are practicing at the Colts facility. While their fierce rival imploded, while QB Peyton Manning will likely be looking for a new home, the Patriots are settling into the Colts Complex and gearing up for Super Bowl XLVI.
“I think it’s a little bit strange that we are going to be at the Colts’ facility, practicing and everything like that,” receiver Wes Welker said. “I don’t know how much the people like that or anything, that has yet to be seen. Hopefully, we will be calm and polite and not rubbing it in or anything like that. So, hopefully everybody is nice, cool and appreciative.”
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