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November 11, 2002 | From Associated Press
The Indianapolis Colts found their offense against the No. 2 defense in the NFL. Peyton Manning threw for 319 yards and three touchdowns, and James Mungro ran for 114 yards and two touchdowns, leading the Colts to a 35-13 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. The Colts (5-4) ended a losing streak at three. Philadelphia (6-3) had won three in a row.
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October 25, 2004 | From Associated Press
For the fourth time in five victories this season, the Jacksonville Jaguars put points on the board in the last minute to win. On Sunday, quarterback Byron Leftwich led the Jaguars to scores on their final three possessions, and rookie Josh Scobee made a season-long 53-yard field goal with 38 seconds left to beat the Indianapolis Colts, 27-24. "We knew it was important, but we didn't want to tell all you guys and blow it up into something bigger than it was," Leftwich told reporters.
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January 22, 2007
Regular-season team statistics with NFL rank: TOTAL OFF. YARDS PER GAME *--* Team Yards Rank Chicago 324.9 15th Indianapolis 379.4 3rd *--* YARDS RUSHING PER GAME *--* Team Yards Rank Chicago 119.9 15th Indianapolis 110.1 18th *--* POINTS PER GAME *--* Team Pts. Rank Chicago 26.7 T2nd Indianapolis 26.7 T2nd *--* YARDS RECEIVING PER GAME *--* Team Yards Rank Chicago 215.4 15th Indianapolis 274.8 2nd *--* YARDS PASSING PER GAME *--* Team Yards Rank Chicago 205.1 14th Indianapolis 269.
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October 21, 2013 | By Sam Farmer
Throughout his career in Indianapolis, Peyton Manning was untouchable at practice, just like every other NFL quarterback. On Sunday night, the Colts had a chance to hit the star player -- who now plays for the Denver Broncos -- for the first time, and they took advantage. They sacked Manning four times in the 39-33 Colts victory  and more than once hit his arm while he was trying to throw, at one point jarring loose a fumble that left the end zone for a safety. “Oh gosh. We were hitting that boy, and hitting him, and hitting him,” defensive end Cory Redding said.
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October 21, 2013 | By David Wharton
Living on a golf course is supposed to be a good thing. But it seems that someone forgot to inform a Nevada man that it comes with the occasional errant shot in your backyard. Jeff Fleming of Reno has pleaded guilty to battery with a deadly weapon after shooting a golfer whose wayward ball shattered a window at his home beside the Lakeridge Golf Course last year. The 53-year-old Fleming became so enraged that he ran onto the course with a shotgun and fired a single round.
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August 29, 2012 | By Sam Farmer
Peyton Manning is known for being one the NFL's foremost technicians, a player who is constantly refining and tinkering with his game. As a result, the new Denver Broncos quarterback is the league's only four-time most valuable player. In a conference call with the media Wednesday, NBC's Tony Dungy, formerly coach of the Manning-led Colts, gave an interesting example of Peyton's dedication to improving and helping the players around him improve. "We drafted Anthony Gonzalez in Indianapolis, and Peyton Manning went twice a week to Columbus and threw with him for an hour-and-a-half while he was still in school," Dungy said of the Ohio State receiver selected with the 32nd pick of the 2007 draft.
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October 15, 2013 | By Sam Farmer
The Indianapolis Colts will be rolling back the NFL clock Sunday. Not only is Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning returning to face his former team for the first time, but longtime teammates Marvin Harrison and Edgerrin James will be there at Lucas Oil Stadium to welcome him back, a celebratory reunion of the Big Three. “It's going to be really exciting,” Colts owner Jim Irsay told The Times. “Edgerrin and Marvin are coming in, they're fired up to come back in. Talked to those guys and it's going to be exciting to have those guys come in. We were such a close-knit group, those teams that were in the late '90s through the whole decade.” James, a first-round pick in 1999, won the NFL rushing title in each of his first two seasons, and left Indianapolis in 2006 as the Colts' all-time leading rusher with 9,226 yards.
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