Found February 26, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
According to Tony Pauline of, the word around the NFL scouting combine this weekend was that the five year deal that Colts receiver Pierre Garcon turned down was around $35 million. Either Garcon is really stupid and thinks he can make more then $7 million per season or he doesn’t want to stay in Indianapolis and suffer through the rebuilding process that’s about to begin.

Peyton Manning’s jersey on sale in Indianapolis

ESPN’s Adam Schefter posted a picture of Peyton Manning’s jersey marked down on sale at a local sporting goods store in Indianapolis. It looks like the people of Indianapolis are certainly ready to move on from Manning and prepare themselves for Andrew Luck. It’s time for Colts owner Jim Irsay release Manning so he move on and put himself on the market.  

Only the Colts medical staff can watch Peyton Manning throw

According to, Albert Breer of the NFL Network found out that no one outside of the Indianapolis Colts medical staff can watch Peyton Manning throw a football until April, because of rules in the new collective bargaining agreement. The Colts medical trainers can watch Manning and report to the Colts front office, but again, they’re the only ones that can actually watch...

McNabb: Manning won't go to Washington

Donovan McNabb knows a thing or two about high-profile quarterback's finding new teams in their twilight years. He doesn't believe Peyton Manning will end up in Washington: “Now he comes over, and as they say now, Peyton is such an offensive coordinator on the offense. So now what does that do to your offensive coordinator? Does he step down? Does he step back? Does he...

Indy mayor: City wants to host Super Bowl again

Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard says the city that just hosted its first Super Bowl wants to do it again in the near future. Ballard said Saturday at the NFL combine that within the next couple of years, Indianapolis likely will put a bid together. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has said the city did a ''fantastic'' job of hosting the 46th Super Bowl, praising Ballard...

40 Yards And A Pile Of What

So I watched more of this, um, event this year than any point in my life -- ten minutes while on a treadmill at my gym on Saturday, and there was literally not another thing on. In that time, I saw:1) Jeff Saturday say nothing of any real consequence as the panel discussed Peyton Manning's 2012 plans, which might have been illuminating had one of the panel been, well, Peyton...

Irsay fumbles P.R. battle with latest stream of tweets

Nearly two weeks ago, Colts owner Jim Irsay made a brilliant move in the ongoing battle for the hearts and minds of his team’s fans by pointing out, in essence, that no other team will pay Peyton $28 million on March 8 and that Manning should be willing to do with the Colts whatever reduced…

Jeff Saturday: I assure you, Peyton Manning will play in 2012

One longtime friend and teammate is certain that we haven’t seen the last of Peyton Manning. Colts center Jeff Saturday is working as a Scouting Combine analyst on NFL Network today, and he took a little time out of analyzing offensive linemen to analyze Manning — whom Saturday says is going to be ready to…

Chiefs coach indicates interest in Manning

Team officials and coaches have tried to avoid any discussion about Peyton Manning during this week's annual NFL scouting combine.

Colts can hardly go wrong filling holes in draft

One question, one answer. After the quarterback position, what are the Indianapolis Colts' most pressing needs in the 2012 NFL draft?

McNabb says Peyton Manning and Redskins would be a bad fit

Donovan McNabb says there's no way the Redskins will get Peyton Manning, should Manning become a free agent.
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