Furthermore, this is the first time in almost a decade that the Colts are not represented on the first team. Nine years ago, Marvin Harrison was voted as a second team All-Pro, but following that, the Colts were represented on the first team by at least one player in each of the next nine years. Below, a list of the past representatives on the team:no comments
What makes for a great Friday night? How about a retired QB offering up speculation on a QB that may or may not retire?
“I hope (Manning) does come back, but I would say right now on this show, I don’t think Peyton Manning will be back in a uniform to play football, for his health and for his safety,” said Theismann.
“Ever again. I mean, he hasn’t practiced. He hasn’t taken a hit. You’re rolling the dice on $28 million for him to take a hit. Would you do it?”no comments
"Since this franchise started in 1996, we've established a strong history of retaining our most important executives, players, coaches and personnel experts. Eric, who has had opportunities to interview with other teams recently and over the years, is another one we want to keep and will keep. He has chosen to stay with the Ravens, and we're excited that he will. He is a most valuable asset and will continue to help us win championships."
Indianapolis Colts linebacker Gary Brackett spent the majority of this season on IR after injuring his shoulder in Week 1, but that didn’t stop the New Jersey native for setting his alarm early and making his way into Manhattan for a little sit-down with Boomer & Craig.
The 5’11″, 235lb. Brackett is a Rutgers guy, a walk-on in fact, so he knows a thing or two about hard work. During his visit he talked about the rough season his Colts endured without Peyton Manning, the upcoming NFL Playoffs and his new book titled, ‘Winning: From Walk-On To Captain In Football And Life.’no comments
Even with his older brother on the sidelines all year long, Manning's stellar performance has, as usual, been overshadowed. Throughout this entire NFL season, QB talk has flooded the airwaves, chat sites, and barrooms. The dissection of Tim Tebow, whose Denver Broncos host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, has sucked up a chunk of bandwidth. Should Tebow, who has looked terrible for most of games before pulling out fourth quarter heroics, be playing? Should he be praying? Were all those comebacks luck, skill, or a miracle from a higher power? After the Broncos lost three straight games to close the season, is Tebow toast? Outstanding efforts from New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, who threw for a record 5,476 yards this season, Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers, the likely NFL MVP whose team finished 15-1, and Tom Brady of the New England Patriots, who also threw for over 5,000 yards, were hot topics. In Eli Manning's own town, the tiresome bluster of New York Jets coach Rex Ryan, and the collapse of his team and Jets underperforming quarterback Mark Sanchez down the stretch of the season, stole the spotlight.
Wide receiver: Reggie Wayne, Pierre Garcon and Anthony Gonzalez are now free agents. Wayne wants to come back but may price himself too high for the Colts to make a deal. Garcon reportedly wants look around before deciding on whether to come back or not. Gonzalez, meanwhile, found himself on the outside looking in during the last couple of seasons under the Polians' regime.no comments
Packers Director of Player Personnel Reggie McKenzie is highly regarded by the Colts and now highly unavailable according to Adam Schefter:
The Oakland Raiders will hire Green Bay Packers director of football operations Reggie McKenzie as their next general manager, according to a league source.
The two sides have been engaged in talks over the past week and are still ironing the details of McKenzie's role and his powers within the organization, the source said.
Indianapolis Colts: The 18 missed tackles by Pat Angerer is the most by an inside/middle linebacker in the past four years.no comments
The Indianapolis Colts have been given permission to interview Atlanta Falcons director of player personnel Les Snead and Philadelphia Eagles director of player personnel Ryan Grigson, a Purdue graduate, for their vacant general manager position.
"It feels great," Luck told reporters, rolling his neck a full 360 degrees several times in both directions while letting out a pleasurable sigh. "My whole spine is really clicking right now, particularly vertebrae C2 and C3—right in the neck there. But enough about my thriving cartilaginous discs, hyoid bone, sternocleidomastoid muscle, and external carotid artery. They’re all in tip-top shape, so no need to discuss them any further. Oh, hey, has anyone here ever had a kink in their neck? Because I haven’t."no comments