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When we last left fate xeroxer Peter King, he was personally clearing his airplane seat of refuse, which is something that should only happen if you’re living in INDIA. I also put him under legit fire for declaring a carrot he ate to be his first memorable moment of championship weekend. In Peter’s defense, it WAS a big carrot. Thicker than Tebow downstairs. He also rode the cable cars, lamented the lack of Rams home games featuring Tom Brady, and expounding on the wonders of cooking and toxicity.
So what about this week? Did Peter find some other complete idiot who doesn’t like football who Peter thinks has lots of out-of-the-box ideas about the sport? I’m told that Paul Krugman would like to do away with the sport entirely in favor of a series of town hall meetings to discuss the economic effects of raising the capital gains tax. PRETTY HARD HITTING STUFF. And did Peter get to drink more Blue Bottle coffee? READ ON. There’s something about this Fun With Peter King t...
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It's Super Bowl week. As the Pats and Giants gear up for their rematch, the questions over Peyton Manning's future continue to hover in Indy. Peter King has it all in this week's MMQB.
Peter King of NBC Sports reported that Colts quarterback Peyton Manning is having trouble regaining the arm strength he once had in his throwing arm after undergoing neck surgery just a few months ago.
King also said that Gil Brandt believes Manning’s football career could be over.
Tony Dungy added that if Manning is healthy enough to play, he’ll play for the Colts and if not he’ll retire.
NBC Sports reporter Peter King is reporting that Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning is having a difficult time getting back to full arm strength, five months after having neck surgery. Gil Brandt, also added to King that he has a gut feeling that we've seen the last of Manning in a football uniform.Former Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy reportedly said that...
More than 7,000 fans paid good money to sit and watch reporters ask NFL players questions yesterday.
I don't get it.
Oh, and I was one of them.
For the first time ever the NFL opened up media day to paying customers. Fans could pay tickets for $25 face to come sit in the lower level of Lucas Oil Stadium while reporters flocked around NFL players to ask them banal questions...
The New York Giants and New England Patriots will square off in Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday in Super Bowl XLVI, just in case anyone happened to be vacationing on the moon for the past year or so. Just thinking about it still seems a little unreal: the biggest sporting event in the country will be held in our backyard. Who would have thought such a thing would ever be possible...
During our NBC Pro Bowl pregame news pop from the floor of Lucas Oil Stadium, Peter King provided an update regarding the story that will dominate the discussion all week in Indianapolis. Peter said that Colts quarterback Peyton Manning is struggling to get healthy. With barely more than a month to go before the March…
Peyton Manning is struggling to get healthy, according to Peter King during NBC's pregame show yesterday before the Pro Bowl.
Also according to King, Gil Brandt's (Senior Analysts of NFL.com) "gut...
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We have a fix for everyone missing football this Sunday. Our Pro Bowl coverage kicks off on NBC and NBCSports.com at 7 p.m. ET. Florio and Peter King will hop on the pregame show with the latest on Rob Gronkowski’s ankle and Peyton Manning. You can watch the game live online and chat with Florio…
Yes, we all know what the end of January brings. Pick your poison: ESPN showing the Norwood miss 200 times or talk shows rehashing what their Bills Super Bowl memories are. Hooray!
Last year, I wrote about my feelings on the 20th anniversary of Super Bowl XXV. Yes, take a read if you are able to hold back tears and stop your fist from punching the computer screen. Now I've...
Two bits of news:
First, come out to Scotty's tonight for the Peter King Tweet Up. Please drop by and say hi as Colts Authoirty readers and writers will be congregating. Show up and tweet at me, and I'll shout you over.
Second, check out my interview at It's Boris Diaw Time. I talk to host Jonathan Landrum about a wide variety of Colts and Pacers related topics.
With each passing day, it seems less and less likely that Peyton Manning ever will play again for the Colts. The next question is whether he ever will play again for anyone. On that point, there are ominous indications. Peter King of Sports Illustrated reported during last night’s Pro Bowl pregame on NBC that Manning…