Colts owner Jim Irsay might have understated things a bit when he said new general manager Ryan Grigson is walking into “a difficult job.”
Grigson has plenty on his plate, and scratched somewhere near the top of his initial to-do list — after deciding on a coach — will be having a conversation with Irsay to determine the course ahead with QB Peyton Manning.
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It’s believed the Colts could usher in a new era with a complete overhaul of the roster, including Manning, which has fueled speculation of where the four-time NFL MVP will or won’t play next season. But not everyone has punched Manning’s ticket out of Indy.
“I have said this emphatically: Peyton Manning will be a Colt,” NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi told “NFL GameDay Morning” on Sunday. “I believe Peyton Manning won’t be traded, and I believe if Peyton Manning plays…
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