Colts' offense moves forward despite loss of Glenn
While Peyton Manning and the Colts were blindsided by the loss of All-Pro LT Tarik Glenn, the offensive machine keeps marching forward, writes John Clayton.
It's not easy to sack Peyton Manning, who seemingly sees everything before it happens. But Manning was blindsided last week when left tackle Tarik Glenn retired.
Manning and the Colts didn't see it coming. Sure, losing weight in the offseason was increasingly harder for the three-time Pro Bowler and injuries took a little longer to heal. At minicamp, Glenn seemed normal, but came back from his June vacation in Mexico convinced he was ready to retire.
Training camp reports
Jeffri Chadiha, John Clayton, Matt Mosley, Len Pasquarelli and Mike Sando are traveling the country to bring you the latest news and information from all 32 training camps. For more camp coverage, click here.
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Pasquarelli: Steelers' camp physical
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Sunday, July 29
Pasquarelli: Saints' Bush eager for Act II
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Sunday, Aug. 5
Pasquarelli: McGahee at home in Baltimore
Monday, Aug. 6
Mosley: There's a new sheriff in Dallas
Tuesday, Aug. 7
Chadiha: Spikes savors his opportunity in Philly
Thursday, Aug. 9
Clayton: Whisenhunt whipping Cards into shape
Saturday, Aug. 11
Clayton: San Francisco brimming with confidence
Tuesday, Aug. 14
Pasquarelli: Bengals' Johnson a true workhorse
Thursday, Aug. 16
Chadiha: Even-keeled Losman ready to lead Bills
Friday, Aug. 17
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