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Chargers use Peyton Manning visit to sell tickets to Chiefs gam…

Chargers use Peyton Manning visit to sell tickets to Chiefs game

profootballtalk.com Updated Oct 2, 2012
The Chargers previously tried to sell tickets to their home game against the Chiefs by marketing tickets to Chiefs fans.  San Diego has now adopted an approach less likely to fill up Qualcomm Stadium with fans who will be rooting for the visiting team. …
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  • Less than 100 tickets remain for Sunday's Colts vs. Packers gam…

    Less than 100 tickets remain for Sunday's Colts vs. Packers game

    The Colts are closing in on their 82nd consecutive sellout. Less than one hundred tickets remain for Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers at Lucas Oil Stadium.
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  • Patriots DC sees no issue with Peyton Manning’s arm

    Patriots DC sees no issue with Peyton Manning’s arm

    profootballtalk.com Oct 2, 2012
    With the subject of Peyton Manning’s arm strength all the rage, Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia chimed in Tuesday, saying he couldn’t see anything wrong with it. Granted, it’s not as if he’d watch film with his boss Bill Belichick and
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  • Unitas family supports Brees’ effort to break record

    Unitas family supports Brees’ effort to break record

    profootballtalk.com Oct 2, 2012
    With a touchdown pass Sunday, Saints quarterback Drew Brees will break Johnny Unitas’ 52-year-old record of a touchdown pass in 47 straight games. And the Unitas family doesn’t mind a bit. Joe Unitas, the son of the legendary Colts quarterback, posted
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  • Dan Koppen’s used to snapping to the best

    Dan Koppen’s used to snapping to the best

    profootballtalk.com Oct 2, 2012
    He’s the new Broncos center because of an injury, but Dan Koppen now has the distinction of snapping to two of the best quarterbacks to ever play the game. He’s giving it to Peyton Manning now, and will see his old quarterback Tom Brady this weekend i
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  • Colts injury report: Many starters uncertain for next game

    Colts injury report: Many starters uncertain for next game

    indystar.com Oct 2, 2012
    It was most unusual Monday at Farm Bureau Football Center. One of the more minor differences was that coach Chuck Pagano wasn't around to offer an injury update, and the Indianapolis Colts have a batch of them.
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  • Fourth-and-Short: A Tale of Two Quarterbacks

    Fourth-and-Short: A Tale of Two Quarterbacks

    grantland.com Oct 2, 2012
    After consecutive losses to the Falcons and Texans in Weeks 2 and 3, the buzzards began to surround Peyton Manning. His statistics — 7.1 yards p...
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  • Video - Indianapolis Colts GM Ryan Grigson talks Pagano on 'NFL AM' 02:30

    Indianapolis Colts GM Ryan Grigson talks Pagano on 'NFL AM'

    Oct 2
    "NFL AM" is joined by Indianapolis Colts General Manager Ryan Grigson, who react to yesterday's news that head coach Chuck Pagano has been diagnosed with leukemia. Also, Grigson evaluates quarterback Andrew Luck through 3 weeks.

Sports Columnists

  • Peter King: No ref's return as special as Corrente's; the future in LA; ma…

    Oct 2
    The voice of Tony Corrente was ebullient, as ebullient as a man who stared down his own mortality within the past few months and lived to tell about it.
  • Kerry J. Byrne: Inside the numbers: Week 4

    Oct 2
    The NFL has given us plenty of sexy, big-name quarterback rivalries over the years.
  • Kerry J. Byrne: Inside the numbers: Week 4

    Oct 2
    The NFL has given us plenty of sexy, big-name quarterback rivalries over the years.
  • Don Banks: Early middle-dwellers still have playoff shot, but who'll make …

    Oct 2
    Taking stock at the quarter pole of the NFL's regular season, 10 teams are sitting pretty with winning records and at least three wins, while 10 others already are in trouble, with losing marks and no fewer than three losses. But what about the 12 teams…