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17 hours ago, Rackeen305 said:

Anyways back to football because I spoke nothing but football from the very first post. i.e. Colts players, opposing players, outcome, Numbers, etc. For why AV shouldn't be signed.

 

No, you didn't, because the "65-70% of the story" is just your opinion.

 

All I did was disagree with that one opinion in that one post.  That's it.

 

You apparently assumed that meant I wanted to re-sign AV and went off on all these tangents about Peyton, Rivers, Hooker, JB, Vanderjagt, AB, Josh Gordon...

 

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1 hour ago, Dogg63 said:

I think the :goat: considers himself done in Indy.

I guess I really did expect him to stay in Indy afterwards. Seems like a lot of prior players stay here afterwards.

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2 hours ago, Dogg63 said:

I think the :goat: considers himself done in Indy.

I'm happy that this is the end of him as the Colts kicker, but a little bummed if he doesn't stay in the area.   He'd be a great radio host, frequent guest or even front office guy.

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10 hours ago, Dogg63 said:

I think the :goat: considers himself done in Indy.

He’s moving to Zionsville.  The fact his house is for sale doesn’t mean he’s done in Indy.  With that said I hope the Colts don’t re-sign him.

8 hours ago, twfish said:

I guess I really did expect him to stay in Indy afterwards. Seems like a lot of prior players stay here afterwards.

 

7 hours ago, Myles said:

I'm happy that this is the end of him as the Colts kicker, but a little bummed if he doesn't stay in the area.   He'd be a great radio host, frequent guest or even front office guy.

He’s moving to Zionsville.

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