By James A. Lyons
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Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Indianapolis Colts linebacker Robert Mathis wasn't all that thrilled being called for an offside penalty on the final day of minicamp this week.
Indianapolis allowed one postseason-clinching chance to slip away at Houston.
A New Orleans Saints official familiar with club owner Tom Benson's reaction to the NFL's bounty investigation says general manager Mickey Loomis and coach Sean Payton still have Benson's full support.
The next chapter in the Peyton Manning saga could take a decidedly defensive turn.
Ryan Grigson landed his dream job Wednesday.
Jim Caldwell had the same serious, intense look he always brings to Monday's news conference.
Peyton Manning could soon be throwing footballs to his teammates, the best news Colts fans have heard since this miserable season began.
A Super Bowl title, four MVP awards and playoff appearances in every season save one during the last decade, speak volumes about how much Peyton Manning means to the Indianapolis Colts.
Marcus Gilbert and Doug Legursky's left shoulders appear to be OK. Maybe. Jonathan Scott's left ankle remains tender but not terrible. Probably.
Hines Ward watched teammate Mike Wallace streaking toward the end zone in the first quarter against Indianapolis on Sunday night and the longtime Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver figured the rout was on.
One healthy Peyton will be on the field this Sunday in Indianapolis and he'll never be confused with the quarterback.
NFL owners and their locked-out players are talking again.
It's the final week of the regular-season and the Colts have suddenly become a team on the run.
Sixteen players, eight in each conference, were fined Friday by the NFL for illegal hits, including Atlanta defensive end Kroy Biermann and Cincinnati linebacker Dhani Jones, each docked $15,000.
Indy defensive end Robert Mathis is ready to hear the critiques.
"I'm not exactly happy with that," Mathis said with a laugh.
"There's a playoff spot at stake, so it's win or go home," outside linebacker Robert Mathis said. "We can't go out and lay an egg like we did last week."