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The city of Cleveland taxes NFL players who earn paychecks by playing games on the shores of Lake Erie, but now it appears their methods are under fire. The Indiana Business Journal reports that former Colts center Jeff Saturday has filed suit against the city of Cleveland for their taxation procedures.
At issue is exactly when NFL contract dollars are earned. If a player makes ...
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Jeff Saturday is torn.
It was here, in Indianapolis, where he got a legitimate chance to make an NFL roster. It was here he earned five Pro Bowl trips, won two AFC titles and a Super Bowl ring, and became one of the city's favorite players. It is here where he still lives and works, returning after one final NFL season in Green Bay, and it is here where he will always be known...
Via AP on Fox
October 17, 2013
When Brian Urlacher put the possibility of a comeback to bed a few weeks ago he said that the has not been working out and was no where near being in shape to play; not a surprise for a recently retired pro football player. You spend your life working out getting ready for the next season, but since there isn't one you can take a break.
Not so for newly offensive lineman Jeff...
I guess Jeff Saturday has no plans of ever returning to the NFL, because he wasted no time in shedding all that weight he used to protect Peyton Manning from sack-hungry defensive lineman for 12 years.
According to Yahoo! Sports, the former Colts offensive lineman, made an appearance at the team’s pre-season game against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Last season, Saturday weighed...
Former longtime center of the Indianapolis Colts Jeff Saturday is not returning to an NFL field, and here is the visual proof why he won’t: According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, the man who felt Peyton Manning’s right hand on his grundle for 13-straight years is down to 230LBs. That’s nearly 60 pounds less than his playing weight. There were rumblings that the Broncos reached out...
It's hasn't taken on Newtonian proportions -- the massive weight loss of former Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Nate Newton -- but recently retired center Jeff Saturday is a much smaller version of himself these days.
A photo posted on Twitter (seen above) by Indianapolis Star photographer Matt Kryger shows the difference in Saturday from his 300-pound days with the Indianapolis...
Jeff Saturday, longtime center for the Indianapolis Colts, has done the opposite of letting himself go following retiring if the below image is any indication. The photo was snapped by Matt Kryger who is a photographer for the Indystar and the slim Jeff Saturday will make you do a quick double-take. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
With Broncos center Dan Koppen lost for the season the first name that came to everyone’s mind was that of Jeff Saturday. Saturday, 38, was the longtime center for Peyton Manning in Indianapolis but the [...]
With Dan Koppen done for the year, there have been some reports that Jeff Saturday may want to come out of retirement and sign with the Broncos.
According to Ed Werder of ESPN, it ssounds like Saturday isn’t interested in making a comeback.
Jeff Saturday is down to 230-240. No interest in rejoining Peyton in Denver, which lost Dan Koppen and JD Walton at OC #broncos
— Ed Werder...
Following the season-ending injury suffered by Denver
Broncos center Dan Koppen, people began speculating that Jeff Saturday could
come out of retirement to once again team up with quarterback Peyton Manning.
While Saturday’s agent told Ian Rapoport of NFL.com that it’s “possible” his
client returns to the NFL, it’s “not likely” to happen at this point.
Hot News for C Jeff Saturday
In case you were worried ESPN was going to suffer from a shortage of NFL analysts this fall, have no fear! Bristol has added yet another former player to their endless array of NFL analysts. This time, it's former Colts center Jeff Saturday, who I'm guessing will step right into Matt Light's shoes (Light left ESPN quietly in the last year) as Generic Offensive Lineman...
Colts Owner Jim Irsay with Jeff Saturday(Photo: Colts)
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Jeff Saturday retired as an Indianapolis Colts player Thursday and immediately started a new life in the organization that brought him into the league.
After starting his 14-year career as an undrafted free agent, Saturday went on to play in two Super Bowls, winning one with the Colts, and teamed with Peyton Manning to set an NFL record for games played between a quarterback and...
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March 07, 2013
Hot News for C Jeff Saturday
If you set you wayback machine to 2009, you will recall that retired NFL center Jeff Saturday was snapping the ball to Peyton Manning on their way to an appearance in Super Bowl XLIV.
That team was on fire during both the regular and post season and had the opportunity to take a crack at perfect season honors before they rested their starters at the 14-0 mark.
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Jeff Saturday will retire from the NFL with the Indianapolis Colts.
There had been speculation from the moment Saturday said 2012 would be his final season in the league that the Colts would bring back their longtime center so he could retire with the team that brought him into the league. Team officials say Saturday will make the announcement Thursday at the Colts complex.
Via AP on Fox
March 04, 2013
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Jeff Saturday will retire from the NFL with the Indianapolis Colts.
There had been speculation from the moment Saturday said 2012 would be his final season in the league that the Colts would bring back their longtime center so he could retire with the team that brought him into the league. Team officials say Saturday will make the announcement Thursday at the...
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay confirmed on Twitter that center Jeff Saturday will retire as a Colt after playing for the Packers in 2012.
ColtsFans,Jeff Saturday will put on his Colts Jersey 1 more time and retire a Colt at Press Conf coming soon..will have a presence with team
— Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) March 1, 2013
Saturday played for the Colts from 1999 to 2011.
Long-time, former Indianapolis Colts quarterback played his last down of football earlier this year as a member of the NFC Pro Bowl squad. One of the most iconic images was when the coaching staffs and NFL officials allowed Saturday to play one final snap with former Colts teammate and now Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning. It was long whispered since then that Saturday would sign...
Veteran center Jeff Saturday, who retired after the Pro Bowl, was released on Monday by the Packers. That clears the way for Saturday to sign a ceremonial one-day contract.
The Green Bay Packers announced today that they’ve released center Jeff Saturday.
Packers have released Jeff Saturday. Next step is for No. 63 to sign 1-day contract with #colts and retire with Indy. Classy, classy guy.
— Mike Chappell (@mchappell51) February 18, 2013
It sounds like Saturday will sign a one day contract with Indianapolis to retire as as a member of the Colts’...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Jeff Saturday already made his intentions clear about retiring from the NFL. On Monday, the Green Bay Packers officially released the 14-year veteran center.
On Feb. 15, Saturday's agent, Ralph Cindrich, stated via Twitter that Saturday was waiting for the Packers to release him. Once that move was made, it would allow Saturday to sign a one-day contract with...