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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Adam Vinatieri
The Colts started and finished Tuesday's free agent binge by re-signing their own key players.
Adam Vinatieri had two wishes in free agency.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Stephen Gostkowski sings on the sideline when he prepares to kick. Then he tries a field goal that could win a big game for the New England Patriots.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Adam Vinatieri has warmed up to those chilly New England receptions.
Sunday was just another typical day for Adam Vinatieri.
Adam Vinatieri is still winning games with his foot.
Andrew Luck did a pretty good impersonation of Peyton Manning on Sunday.
When most people look at Andrew Luck's first two preseason performances, they see a steady, young quarterback ready to emerge as the new face of the Indianapolis Colts.
Call them accidental Superheroes in the making. Or, if they miss, Super-something-elses.
Peyton Manning did his part, as he so often does.
Peyton Manning would rather focus on winning games than chasing milestones, and now his teammates and coaches understand why.
"It's always fun to have other teams calling but at the end of the day, they were all very distant competitors in this because I told my wife as long as the Colts want me around and we can get it done, I want to stay here," Vinatieri said during a conference call. "It's nice to know that you're loved but at the end of the day, being home is much more comfortable than going anywhere else."
"As long as my body's feeling healthy, I can't see why I can't continue to play," Vinatieri said. "I know Morten (Andersen) played until he was 47, I think Gary (Anderson) played until he was 46, so I think I've got a few more years left, not just two."