Found February 14, 2012 on
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The widespread conversation of potential destinations for Indianapolis Colts future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning has now expanded to within the division to the Houston Texans.
Houston’s KTRK-TV’s Bob Allen reported on Monday evening that “Manning is definitely interested in possibly coming to the Texans.”
Why would Houston be as much of—if not more of an attractive location than New York, Washington, Seattle, Arizona and others? Well, simply put—a chance to win a Super Bowl.
While the Texans possess an elite defense and are loaded on offense, featuring the likes of wide receiver Andre Johnson, tight end Owen Daniels and a two-headed monster out of the backfield in Arian Foster and Ben Tate, in addition to a top-notch offensive line, there’s certainly room for improvement at quarterback.
Matt Schaub has spent the last five seasons in Houston. The 30-year-old signal-caller started all 16 games in 2009 and 2010, but missed five games in ’07 and ’08 and is ...
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Sam Farmer of the LA Times says the Colts should keep Peyton Manning but on the team's terms:
So what should Irsay do? He needs to make a smart decision taking the long view, of course, one that won't put his team in salary-cap prison for the next five years. Assuming Manning is cleared by Colts doctors, Irsay should look at every feasible option to keep him and draft...
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Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay plans to meet with quarterback Peyton Manning within the next week and told ESPN on Tuesday that he's leaving the door open for Manning to stay with the Colts."We want this to be his decision...We want him back if he wants to come back. We can work out the contract if he wants to work it out. It's going to be Peyton's call,"...
Day by day the Peyton Manning in Indianapolis story gets crazier. There seems to be reports surfacing from both camps regarding where Manning will end up for the 2012 season. Once again, Irsay has released a statement saying that the ball is in Manning’s court in regards to where he will play.
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According to Colts owner Jim Irsay, Peyton Manning will decide whether he plays another game for Indianapolis.