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INDIANAPOLIS - We're stuck in this strange new world wondering how many more times Peyton Manning will stand in...
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During an interview, the injured Colts QB implied that Colts vice chairman Bill Polian's comments regarding the alleged discussion that occurred between the two about drafting a QB were taken out of context.
The Colts' on field performance really can't get much worse this season, but at least they're getting good off-field news. Peyton Manning's neck is healing, and he'll likely start to throw the football again soon. Dr. Watkins had this to say of Manning's latest check-up (from Fox 59 in Indianapolis):
"X-ray and CT examination of the surgical area...
Everybody wonders what the Indianapolis Colts are going to do with quarterback Peyton Manning when the time comes in March to make a decision on his $28 million option bonus.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Peyton Manning hopes to be throwing footballs again soon.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Peyton Manning hopes to be throwing footballs again soon.The four-time league MVP gave reporters his latest medical update Friday, saying his workouts will increase and that the next phase of rehabilitation process will include throwing the ball.That was just before he headed back to the weight room ...
While Colts quarterback Peyton Manning remains unwilling to discuss his future in Indianapolis or the 2012 NFL Draft, Jeff Darlington writes he was more than pleased Friday to disclose some encouraging information about his neck rehab.
Part V in our continuing coverage of Andrew Luck's entry into the NFL finds the Indianapolis Colts right on track: 0-11 after this past weekend's loss to the Carolina Panthers. With games at New England and at Baltimore next up on the docket, the Colts are expected to reach 0-13 with ease.So how are they about to screw this whole Andrew Luck thing up?At 0-13, the Colts would...
Peyton Manning could soon be throwing footballs to his teammates, the best news Colts fans have heard since this miserable season began.
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay is confirming what most have long suspected: Peyton Manning probably won't take a snap this season.
Irsay told Indy television station WRTV on Thursday that he ''doesn't see'' even a glimmer of hope of getting No. 18 back on the field this year. Irsay declined an interview request from The Associated Press on Thursday.
Indianapolis Colts coach Jim Caldwell said Friday that Peyton Manning will increase his work at the team complex, but the team is uncertain when the four-time league MVP might return to practice.
For three quarters Sunday, the Patriots dominated the Colts. Then they held on for a 31-24 victory, their fourth straight win, running their record to 9-3, tied for the best record in the AFC (with the Texans, Ravens and Steelers) and two games clear of the Jets in the AFC East.
This New England-Indianapolis get-together was unlike the previous versions because the Colts future...