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Teams are finding that you don't need to overpay for a clutch kicker when there's talent available in the Draft. The Patriots may have set the precedent by parting ways with Adam Vinatieri, but other teams -- like the Eagles and Vikings -- have come to similar conclusions.
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The best Colts themed Haiku will win a football autographed by Andrew Luck courtesy of Quaker Oats.
The Quaker Oats Company is the official hot cereal sponsor of the National Football League, and throughout the relationship, Quaker and the NFL will team up in an effort to...
Much of the blame for the Indianapolis Colts' 2011 failures can be placed on an offensive line that due to injury and inexperience gave little push or protection to Colts running backs and quarterbacks. Though the Colts have made an effort to address those issues, the unit as a whole is still full of question marks heading into 2012.
Center Jeff Saturday was the only member...