Based purely on pedigree, Jeff Saturday might be the last player you’d expect to appear on NFL Network’s “The Top 100 Players of 2011″ series.
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Colts center Jeff Saturday was asked on “Total Access” on Monday, do the antics of QB Peyton Manning ever get old?
Jeff Saturday might be able to bully big ol’ defensive linemen, but getting his kids to join him in the water is a different story. They eventually joined Dad, though, for a little swim.
All is quiet on location at the Pro Bowl, but things will surely pick up as this day moves forward.
Center Jeff Saturday (knee) and LT Charlie Johnson (foot) will be in the lineup for the Colts’ AFC South showdown with the Texans. Both players were listed as questionable for the season opener after not participating in practice Friday.
The Colts’ offensive linemen are the Jan Bradys of the NFL. No matter how well they do, it’s always Peyton, Peyton, Peyton.
Veteran guard Eugene Amano signed his five-year, $25.7 million contract with the Titans on Wednesday, keeping one of the more coveted potential free agents off the market.
The Colts were next to last in rushing last season and finished one-and-done in the playoffs, losing to the Chargers. Colts owner Jim Irsay and center Jeff Saturday told the Indianapolis Star that establishing the running game is a priority in 2009.
Could Jeff Saturday be joining the world champions? Saturday’s agent told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that the veteran center would like to be a Steeler.
The agent for Jeff Saturday said the Colts won’t try to re-sign their longtime center before free agency begins Friday, meaning the three-time Pro Bowl pick will be able to test the market.
Speculation centering around the future of Indianapolis Colts stalwart center Jeff Saturday has picked up with free agency approaching.
The Colts are making CB Kelvin Hayden the top priority of the offseason. The Indianapolis Star is reporting that if the Colts can’t come to an agreement soon, the team will give Hayden the one-year franchise tag, worth about $10 million.
Colts center Jeff Saturday, hurt in last week’s game with the Chargers, has been ruled out of Sunday’s matchup with the Browns due to a calf injury.