At Radio Row Friday, PFW listened to Colts fans' opinions on what happens next in the Peyton Manning saga.
The Jim Irsay-Peyton Manning saga continues as Super Bowl week plays out in Indianapolis.
The Colts announced Thursday the hiring of four assistants and the retention of three assistant coaches.
Colts QB Peyton Manning has been cleared to resume his NFL career by doctors, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen.
The Colts hired Greg Manusky as their new defensive coordinator, according to Fox Sports' Alex Marvez.
The Colts continue to rebuild their coaching staff under Chuck Pagano, naming Harold Goodwin as OL coach and confirming the hiring of Bruce Arians as offensive coordinator.
The Colts are keeping former offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen on board, as their quarterbacks coach, according to NFL Network.
If this is an awkward week for Peyton Manning, he's not showing it.
Despite leading his team to a 15-1 record and being named league MVP, Aaron Rodgers wasn't able to lift the Packers past their first playoff foe.
Steelers LB coach Keith Butler will remain in Pittsburgh and, contrary to previous reports, will not become the Colts' defensive coordinator.
The Colts are set to hire Steelers LB coach Keith Butler for their vacant defensive coordinator job, according to an ESPN report.
Although a multitude of factors would have to fall into place, team insiders tell us stranger things have happened than Peyton Manning becoming a Cardinal.
According to a report by NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora, the Colts will hire Arians as their offensive coordinator.
Peyton Manning will not be a Colt next season, NFL Network's Jason La Canfora is reporting, citing sources within the Colts' organization.
Colts QB Peyton Manning and team owner Jim Irsay issued a joint statement on Friday to try and ease some of the tension between the two in recent days.