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Robert Griffin III proved he's the fastest quarterback at this year's NFL scouting combine.
Ryan Tannehill stood on his broken right foot on Lucas Oil Stadium's playing field Sunday and watched Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III solidify themselves as the top two quarterbacks in this year's draft class.
A poster hanging outside Lucas Oil Stadium still bears the image of Peyton Manning.
Even the Indianapolis Colts don't have all the answers on Peyton Manning. Or Andrew Luck, for that matter.
Kory Lichtensteiger sat inside a hotel room here four years ago, an offensive line prospect eager to transition from his collegiate career at Bowling Green State to the NFL.
Who would have guessed when the league resumed business in July that Albert Haynesworth, the disinterested defensive tackle, would con not one but two teams — New England and Tampa Bay — into paying him a salary?
Andrew Luck is willing to learn from Peyton Manning. He just wants everyone to know he's ready to play next season, too.
Picture Peyton Manning in a Washington Redskins uniform. Just entertain the possibility, even though there's no telling if it'll ever happen. Would he have to slip Terrence Austin a few bucks to gain proprietary rights to the number 18? So many thoughts rush through your head.
Six players from the BCS national title game _ including Alabama tailback Trent Richardson and LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne _ are among college football's underclassmen declaring for the NFL draft.