Posted February 22, 2012 on
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- At the Louis Brown Athletic Center Sunday to promote his book, former team captain and Super Bowl champion Gary Brackett spoke at halftime of the basketball team's loss to No. 2 Syracuse. Brackett discussed his journey from walk-on to the NFL, his thoughts on Greg Schiano's departure and the hiring of Kyle Flood.
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As the NFL once again invades the city of Indianapolis for this week’s NFL scouting combine, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News snapped a picture of Peyton Manning’s picture on the side of Lucas Oil Stadium.
Maybe this is a sign that owner Jim Irsay and the Colts are going to keep Manning. OK, maybe not, but don’t be surprised when Andrew Luck’s picture is in that...
Who took the most snaps for the Indianapolis Colts last year? Paul Kuharsky and the ESPN stats team plowed through the data and came up with some interesting results.
Jeff Linkenbach took every offensive snap for the team last season. Reggie Wayne came in a close second at 98.8% of the plays.
Defensively Pat Angerer lead the team with 93.11% of snaps.
According to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic, Cardinals general manager Rod Graves and head coach Ken Wisenhunt indicated that they’re happy with what they have at the quarterback position, but they’re also open to getting better.
If the Cardinals still weren’t interested in Manning, they wouldn’t have left the door wide open by saying they’re open to getting better...
In this edition of Warpaint Illustrated's Out of Bounds, we talk about the Chiefs interest in Quarterback, Peyton Manning and other potential free agents that might land in Kansas City.
New general manager Ryan Grigson said the Colts have not decided whether to release the four-time league MVP, whether to renegotiate with him or whether to take Andrew Luck with the No. 1 overall pick in April's draft.
Former Indianapolis Colts vice chairman Bill Polian said Thursday that he wouldn't be surprised to see long-time Colts receiver Reggie Wayne explore the free-agent market.