Colts take out Broncos, move to

Star Receiver Reggie Wayne out for the season

It came as no surprise to the Colts locker room as to how they would respond to the return of Peyton Manning and his Denver Broncos.   The Colts ended up giving Manning a hard time, eventually causing him to fumble in the  endzone which was the beginning of four unanswered Colts scores.

“I’m in some ways somewhat relieved this game is over,” Manning said. “I feel like, hopefully, we’ll get a chance to play these guys again, because that would mean we made the playoffs. We’ve got a long way to go before that, but you certainly see them being in the postseason. If there is a next time, it may be a little bit easier, because it was somewhat of an emotional week.”

The Colts next take on Case Keenum and the Houston Texans who last week fell to the only undefeated team left in the NFL, the Kansas City Chiefs. Great seats and tickets are still available!

Broncos bring Manning, undefeated record to Indy

This is one of those games that are circled as soon as the schedule is released and so far, Peyton Manning and his former team the Indianapolis Colts, are living up to top billing status.  With the Broncos sporting a 6-0 record and Indy with only two losses to Miami and San Diego.

While much speculation has been made about Manning returning and the drafting of Andrew Luck but team owner Jim Isray says that Manning was in on that deal and even suggested drafting Luck.

“[Manning] said, ‘You’ve got to take Andrew,’ ” Irsay told USA Today Sports. ” ‘You have to. You’re crazy if you don’t.’ “

The two forces square off Sunday night at 8:30 P.M. at Lucas Oil Stadium. Great seats/tickets are still available!

 

 

Indianapolis Colts' Andrew Luck seeks credibility with team

After the first day of the ‘ rookie minicamp, Andrew Luck looked to build up some credibility with his teammates.

“I’m definitely at the bottom of the totem pole,” the top pick in the NFL draft told reporters Friday. “(I’m) trying to digest all the info first and build up a little credibility for myself.”

The former Stanford quarterback said he was trying to arrange unofficial workouts with , and some of the Colts’ other receivers.

“We’re talking about it,” Luck said of the informal workouts. “I talked with Austin and Reggie … and (we’ll) try and work something out.”

Once rookie minicamp concludes Sunday, Luck is banned from working out at the Colts’ training complex until his classes finish June 7, per league rules.

But Luck doesn’t expect to see veteran Wayne to show up at Stanford.

“I won’t make Reggie come to where I am,” Luck said with a smile. “I’ll go where he is.”