Rob Lowe Peyton Manning Retirement Rumor Mocked By Colts Coach

Rob Lowe Peyton Manning Retirement Rumor Mocked By Colts Coach: What is really going on with this whole uproar over the Rob Lowe Peyton Manning retirement rumor? Is it true that the 35-year-old Indianapolis Colts quarterback will be giving up the game for good because he’s no longer physically able to play? According to Indianapolis Colts coach Jim Isray, Rob Lowe should keep his mouth shut and focus on that upcoming porn remake he’ll be doing soon.Colts quarterback Peyton Manning underwent surgery on his neck last May, but his recovery did not go well. The NFL star was forced to undergo surgery again in September, which lead the Colts to replace him with interim starting quarterback Kerry Collins. Although manning publicly stated his intention to play at some point in the 2011 season, he never once took the field. Unfortunately for the Indianapolis Colts, the team went on to a rather dismal 2-14 season. Continue Reading…

Should Jim Caldwell have been fired by the Indianapolis Colts

Should Jim Caldwell have been fired by the Indianapolis Colts: Jim Caldwell was fired Tuesday after three years as head coach of the Indianapolis Colts following a 2-14 season without star quarterback Peyton Manning. Caldwell, who took the team to the Super Bowl after the 2009 season and back to the playoffs a year later, was the latest to be shown the door by the Colts this month, following vice chairman Bill Polian and general manager Chris Polian.

Should Caldwell have lost his job under such circumstances? Was is it time to change direction for a franchise that has a new general manager in Ryan Grigson and presumably will draft Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck as the top pick in April’s draft?

Writers from around the Tribune Co. discuss the topic. Check back throughout the day for more responses and join the discussion by voting in the poll and leaving a comment of your own. Continue Reading…

Colts New GM Grigson Vows To Right Ship

Colts New GM Grigson Vows To Right Ship: Owner Jim Irsay introduced Ryan Grigson as the Indianapolis Colts’ new general manager today at the team’s Westside complex.

Grigson made a strong first impression, tall, self-assured, immaculately turned out in a dark suit. If he can deliver on his opener — “My goal is to bring this team back to where it was and build on it and do great things” — he will make a lasting impression, too.

Irsay identified and interviewed seven candidates, several of whom had been targeted by other teams, but he traced the process back to where it began with 25 or 30 possibilities. Read More…