By its very nature, the media has given even the most modest of users an overinflated sense of self-importance. It has turned the egotistical and self-absorbed athlete into an even larger bigger-than-life entity.
With the Colts and Broncos squaring off this week on Sunday Night Football, some are wondering if Indy, at home with a 4-2 record, can deal the juggernaut Broncos their very first loss of the season. Is this the week Denver falls?
Tom Coughlin was anything but happy. The Giants were limited to four field goals on five trips inside the Indianapolis 30.
New York Giants’ cornerback Terrell Thomas might play next week against the Jets.
Tebowmania, huh? Looks like that era may be over in Denver. According to CBSSports.com, the Broncos are close to signing all-time great Peyton Manning to be their quarterback.
Hours after a tearful, trying farewell news conference in Indianapolis, Peyton Manning flew back to his home in Miami and was immediately peppered with questions about his next landing spot.
Jerry Recco’s first update of the morning was an eventful one. Before he could even get started, Al Dukes pretended to pick-up a member of the opposite sex across the pond, while Craig gave a detailed account of what happens when one eats bad meat.
Manning will become a free agent — and, if healthy, certainly will draw interest from other teams. Like the Jets, perhaps?
Numerous sources, including one that spoke to CBS News’ Armen Keteyian on Tuesday night, say the Colts plan to hold a noon news conference to announce the long-expected decision.
If you’re keeping score at home, the Super Bowl-winning list reads: Tom Brady with three, little brother Eli Manning with two and big brother Peyton Manning with one. And the only way that Peyton has a chance to win another Super Bowl is to leave Indianapolis.
Manning is cleared to play football. Still not so clear is whether it will be with the Indianapolis Colts.
Peyton Manning says he has no plans to retire and that his recovery from neck surgery is on schedule.
It pays to be one of Colts owner Jim Irsay’s 116,000-plus followers on Twitter.
Kerry Collins retired in July after 16 seasons in the NFL. He had faced free agency after his contract with the Titans expired, though he said he still wanted to play. He’ll get his shot.
NFL owners and players met in the Boston area Wednesday in the latest attempt to work out a new collective bargaining agreement, a person with knowledge of the talks told The Associated Press.