Michael Fabiano and special guest host Marcas Grant go over the top ten fantasy running backs for 2012 and debate whether Rob Gronkowski is worth a first round next season.
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For the first time in Super Bowl history, the beautiful madness of Radio Row is open to the public.
Receiver Reggie Wayne told NFL Network he hopes to stay with the Colts but understands the realities of the business.
If there’s anyone outside of the Colts and their fans who want to see Peyton Manning return to the field, it just might be someone who grew up competing against him.
One of the cool things about having fans involved in Media Day is the life they breath into the stadium. But I have to admit, the random cheers emanating from the crowd at random points of the day is a little disconcerting.
Maurice Jones-Drew, the NFL’s reigning rushing champion, dropped by Media Day in search of “the truth.”
Did Giants quarterback Eli Manning have a slip of the tongue on Monday in discussing the future of big brother Peyton? It’s possible.
Peyton Manning is dominating Super Bowl week in Indianapolis, and Hall of Fame TE Shannon Sharpe said Monday the Colts must prepare themselves to make an unpopular decision.
The recently launched ComeHomePeyton.com is urging fans to donate greenbacks for billboards, radio ads and viral videos aimed at convincing the former Tennessee Volunteer — if he parts ways with the Colts — to end his career in poetic fashion.
Posted: Monday, January 30th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Ahmad Bradshaw, Andrew Luck, Brandon Jacobs, Indianapolis Colts, New York Giants, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Reggie Wayne, San Diego Chargers, Vincent Jackson
Now that the countdown to Super Bowl XLVI has officially begun, some of the attention is off Rob Gronkowski’s ankle and turning toward Ahmad Bradshaw’s foot.
With Peyton Manning‘s end in Indianapolis coming sooner or later, NFL.com’s Jeff Darlington spoke to some Pro Bowlers to find out what it means for players and fan bases when a legendary player finally moves on.
With Peyton Maning not around to break in the newest Pro Bowlers, the practical joking has taken a backseat to sun tanning and paddle boarding …for now.
Michael Fabiano and Elliot Harrison are joined by NFL Network’s Steve Wyche to talk all things Peyton Manning including what the superstar’s fantasy value will be in 2012 depending on what team he may be playing for. In the second hour, the guys play “Fantasy Jeopardy” and go back to the “Fantasy Cantina” to talk what players are in for a breakout season in 2012 and what players will leave much to be desired.
Despite reports from a certain TV star, Peyton Manning says he has no plans to retire. However, Manning says he still doesn’t know about his future with the Colts.
If Peyton Manning leaves the Colts, where will he end up? More importantly, how will it affect his fantasy value?