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profootballtalk.com Feb 22, 2013Quarterback Peyton Manning had a great year in his first year with the Broncos. And in the eyes of his boss, V.P. of football operations John Elway, it can’t get any better. Elway told Friday’s edition of Pro Football Talk that Manning gets an A+ foShare TweetNotre Dame running back Cierre Wood has heard various opinions on the importance of an NFL prospect's 40-yard dash.Share Tweet
Paul George’s Incredible Two-Handed Blockdimemag.com Feb 22, 2013Paul George hustles and denies Rodney Stuckey’s dunk attempt with two hands.The post Paul George’s Incredible Two-Handed Block appeared first on Dime Magazine (dimemag.com) : Daily NBA News, NBA Trades, NBA Rumors, Basketball Videos, Sneakers.Share Tweet
Colts' coach Chuck Pagano says he is 'doing great'You notice the salt-and-pepper hair, which is losing its battle to waves of gray.Share TweetA circus is expected to take over the Faegre Baker Daniels Club at Lucas Oil Stadium Saturday.Share Tweet
Quest to save football may begin at Indiana high schools with helmet experimentation'We have only scratched the surface of what we can do from a safety perspective. I have no doubt we can develop new protective equipment and make football viable long-term.'Share TweetESPN.com Feb 22, 2013Chuck Pagano joked with reporters at the NFL scouting combine that the only restriction his doctors have put on him pertains to very little media access.Share Tweet
Dime Q&A: Lance Stephenson On His Basketball Ascension In Indianadimemag.com Feb 22, 2013In New York City, the name Lance Stephenson is one that many would say will live forever. His success as a teenager at Lincoln High School put him in the limelight early. As his game progressed and he was drafted into the NBA in 2010, many thought the I…Share TweetCNNSI.com Feb 22, 2013Through the haze of confetti, trouble looms for the Ravens. The defending champions will look very different next season, but that doesn't mean all is lost, Don Banks writes.Share Tweet