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Ravens top Colts 24-9 in AFC wild card

January 6, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

BALTIMORE The Baltimore Ravens wanted one long final ride for Ray Lewis. They also wanted Denver. They got it. Continue Reading

AP Source: Colts expected to part with Manning

March 7, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Barring a last-minute change of heart, the Colts planned to release the 35-year-old Manning rather than pay him a $28 million bonus. The Colts have scheduled a noon news conference today, saying only that Manning and owner Jim Irsay will be available. Continue Reading

Reports say Colts, Manning parting ways

March 6, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

The Peyton Manning era in Indianapolis is expected to end Wednesday, according to a report. Citing anonymous sources, ESPN reported Tuesday that the Colts plan to hold a news conference to announce the long-expected decision. Manning and team owner Jim Irsay are expected to attend, the network said. Continue Reading

VIKINGS: Wilfs eager to stress they won’t own new stadium or earn all revenue

March 5, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Vikings president Mark Wilf added the new stadium would be a multipurpose stadium modeled after Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, which, since opening in 2008, has already been home to a Final Four and a Super Bowl. It is also the regular home to other Indiana high school and college sports as well as many other community events. Continue Reading

Luck sweepstakes up in air

December 23, 2011 in The Dickinson Press

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Manning Bowl II: Colts rout Giants 38-14

September 20, 2010 in Grand Forks Herald

Peyton Manning proved he still rules America’s first family of quarterbacks and the Colts dominated Eli’s New York Giants 38-14 Sunday night.

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Colts’ owner still plans to make QB Peyton Manning highest-paid NFL player

August 2, 2010 in Grand Forks Herald

Peyton Manning has one more year left on his current deal. Irsay had hoped to give Manning an extension during the offseason, but the uncertain labor situation and the uncapped season have complicated negotiations.
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