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  1. Not worth a new thread, but Collin Telesz added a compilation of Peyton Manning Rushing Highlights. It sure brings back a lot of very fun memories. Enjoy!
  2. That's awesome, I was just thinking 2 days ago about writing to you to suggest you join this forum. I hadn't gotten around to it yet. Welcome!
  3. Reich responded today to a question about whether the Colts will keep 2 or 3 QBs on the roster this season: “Chris (Ballard) and I talk about it all the time. That’s to be determined but all options are open as we continue to progress forward and see where the roster is at that time. We will weigh the pros and cons of going with two versus going with three.”
  4. Another update, seems there's an infection now: It’s been a rough 36 hours. It has been one step forward, one step back, and now one step to the side. From what we are gathering, this is extremely common in the ICU and why the doctors are continually pressing for improvement. On Saturday, his echocardiogram showed some improvement. Saturday through Sunday Howard was successfully taken off of one of three medications for his right heart, and the dosage for another was lowered. We counted all of these as very positive steps forward. This morning, when Shirley walked in the room she said, “Hey H, I’m here.” And he opened his eyes really wide and turned his head in her direction. This was a great feeling!! As we all know, Howard is quite a character and so expressive with his face and eyes. Unfortunately, today has been a step back. His blood pressure has been all over the place today. They also had hoped by getting him off of the one heart medication that his heart rhythm would be better. But it hasn’t been the case. Finally, his white blood cell count is up and they suspect there’s an infection somewhere. They have taken a culture this afternoon and started him on antibiotics. The nurse suspects it could be pneumonia based on the fact that he’s been on a ventilator and been lying flat on his back for more than a week. We continue to focus on providing him as much love and support as possible, which is all greatly helped by the love and prayers that all of you are sharing with him. If you’re inclined to prayer, we ask that the right side of his heart is repaired fully, his blood pressure is stabilized, and his infection (wherever it is) is fully resolved quickly.
  5. Some more excellent Bob highlights!
  6. What's also very interesting is that NO picked up 31-year old Margus Hunt. So, in effect, we swapped Hunt for Stallworth. Nothing against Hunt, but I'd say we got the better end of that 'trade' by far.
  7. Looks like Stallworth passed the testing.
  8. Howard Mudd update from his wife, Shirley: Doctors say in the last 48 hours they are seeing positive progress.
  9. https://www.sportingnews.com/us/nfl/news/nfl-opt-out-players-2020-deadline/cr1pgi9ju4si114b3xsbhtpve
  10. Howard's not doing well at this point. His wife provided an update here. First she said he has: A pulmonary blood clot making it hard on his heart Fatty emboli (due to multiple bone fractures) in lungs and brain These issues are serious and the next 48 hours are critical Then he suffered another setback: He is not consistently responding to commands. This is a dramatic change from Sunday. The doctors have ruled out any strokes or seizures as the cause. They presently believe the fatty emboli are causing blockages in his brain. He also is in a state of delirium, which comes and goes. He remains on continuous dialysis for his kidneys, but they have had to step back their effort to pull fluid out of him because it is stressing his heart. At this point, he is not stable enough for surgery on his back or pelvis.
  11. The Indianapolis Colts Pro Shop at Lucas Oil Stadium is again open for business, Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with health and safety precautions in place due to the ongoing COVID-19 health emergency. https://www.colts.com/news/colts-pro-shop-reopens-covid-19-health-precautions-lucas-oil-stadium
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