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He shrugged, he paused, he stumbled over the words, mentally parsing each one. Yes, he said, everybody would like to play today against the New York Jets, because that's how professional athletes are programmed...Their team, their call. Nonsense.
When he caught the ball 6 yards deep in his end zone on the kickoff to start the second half, Brad Smith figured he'd do the sensible thing and take a knee. Then he caught a glimpse of his teammates' expressions. "I did have some hesitation coming
There's no question in my mind how significant winning the Super Bowl was for the franchise, for the family legacy, for all the things I envisioned back in 1998 when I assumed full ownership. And of course for others. For our team and coaches, and
I don't think you really can change it," he said. "I think this week more than ever, there's the possibility." Will he or won't he? Coach Jim Caldwell said Friday that "all healthy players" will play against the New York Jets on Sunday at Lucas Oil
A season of high expectations has ended in resounding disappointment for Anthony Gonzalez. The third-year wide receiver, expected to fill the void in the Indianapolis Colts offense created by the offseason departure of Marvin Harrison, was placed on
Mark Sanchez returned to the field � and to his turnover-prone ways last weekend. After missing a game with a sprained right knee, the New York Jets rookie quarterback threw three more interceptions in a 10-7 loss to Atlanta on Sunday and increased
Peyton Manning and his teammates will listen to coach Jim Caldwell's decision and make it work...The undefeated Colts didn't get to 14-0 or 23 consecutive regular-season wins by creating chaos, and they're not going to change now that they're on top
It also seems to have more juniors than ever thinking about whether to make an early move to the NFL. "We're looking at that and we're talking to the right people about it. And we don't know, because they don't know," says Washington coach Steve
As the NFL's lone unbeaten team, the Indianapolis Colts will have even more of a spotlight on how they approach their final two games of the regular season. They recognize that, but their mantra won't change: winning the Super Bowl is the goal. The
Forgive the Indianapolis Colts if they feel like they've lived through this movie before. Yes, they were undefeated in December 2005, and, yes, they have clinched division titles and home-field advantage with several weeks left in the regular season.