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  1. People acting disappointed that he isn't going to his own HOF induction. How if they knew he would snub the process they wouldn't have let him in? Why does it matter? He's in everything else is just fluff.
  2. They just proved him right its about personal grudges not actual ability that kills the credibility above all else.
  3. He's all those things this is nothing new. People wanted him to go away. He is and suddenly faux outrage is in effect? Him not coming to the HOF ceremony isn't going to hurt anyone but himself. So what's the problem? He didn't grovel enough for people?
  4. Except the reason why they wanted him to wait had nothing to do with his on the field production. It would be one thing if they thought he was a borderline HOFer because of his talent but no they kept him out of spite. Rather hard to take this honor seriously if the media is going to let petty grudges get in the way. I mean if it was about "character" etc then Ray Lewis and Randy Moss shouldn't be first ballot HOFers but they are. I think T.O. is a narcissist so are the media expecting him to act grateful to them for something he earned on his own merits. They wanted him to go away he's doing so and now they're still complaining? Just seems rather laughable. Ray Lewis's speech will be even longer.
  5. I'm not bothered by this. They took forever to induct him when he should've gone years ago. Apparently he has to be grateful they considered him for the HOF despite the fact that it was his accomplishments that got him there. Why be around fake people if you don't want to? Besides between Ray Lewis and Randy Moss's induction speeches alone nobody would really notice T.O. he knows this. It might make the HOF ceremony a bit shorter now.
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    Peyton talks Colts on NFL Network

    Before SB 50 Manning mentioned that his doctor told him a couple years earlier he would need a hip replacement later on in life so that's why he's walking funny. To answer your other question its possible he just likes Denver he seems happy being there despite only playing 4 years there. I wish he could've played as long as Brady probably will but that neck injury shortened his career sadly. His body told him to leave the game. I'm glad he listened. I'm sure he's glad too considering how dysfunctional the NFL has become after his retirement.
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    How Lucky were we all..

    Eh while I do miss Manning I don't miss how one sided Manning vs Brady was either.
  8. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/04/20/aaron-rodgers-buys-stake-in-milwaukee-bucks/
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    Dwight Freeney set to retire as Colt

    Oddly enough I was thinking about him the other day wondering whether he would retire or not. The fact he would do it as a Colt is a bit surprising given how Pagano and Grigson dumped him. And he went to a bunch of other teams afterwards but his career was best here obviously.
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    Ravens sign RG Knee

    Which is why the RG3 vs Luck debate around this fanbase is laughable to me for this reason. Now if Luck comes back and wins an SB then you have something if not Russell Wilson will be remembered as the one with the better career.
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    Ravens sign RG Knee

    As a backup I think this is a good move for them. Its only for a year and unlike Kaepernick no media circus will be involved.
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    ESPN and Fox fighting to sign Peyton [Merge]

    But he got cut from the Colts is my point when a player is cut = fired. He didn't choose to retire or leave as an FA(or even demand a trade). The Colts let him go. Like they did with so many other players before him and well after. This isn't about whether he should've been cut or not. Manning isn't going to put himself in a position where he doesn't decide when he can leave or not. If he took a broadcasting job he wouldn't have that choice compared to ownership.
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    ESPN and Fox fighting to sign Peyton [Merge]

    Well he was fired from the Colts. But if he owned a team(even partially) he wouldn't be fired he could be his own boss etc is what I meant.
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    ESPN and Fox fighting to sign Peyton [Merge]

    I can't picture Manning taking any job where he could possibly be fired.
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    Peyton (this is cool)

    Thanks for posting I forgot some of these guys were ever on the Colts. Also that Marcus Pollard caught 35 TD's from Manning