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Peyton isn't apart of any team as of right now. I think that seeing as how Peyton made the colts who they are, we should let ppl post things about Peyton in the colts section as well. He will always be a colt in my heart. I think we should just leave them all posted here for the time being for at least a little while. I mean is leaving it here that big of a rule that must be followed?

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Threads about Peyton Manning moving to another team are by ddefinition not about the Colts. Therefore they will be moved. If a thread is purely about Peyton Manning it will be a judgement call, and if it's about his time as a Colt, then obviously it belongs in this forum.

As much as I personally value Peyton Manning as a player and a former Colt, the truth is that he is a *former* colt now, and as hard and unpleasant as it may be, we do have to begin moving forward.

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