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Cato June was the Colts #1 LB? Based off his play last year, I'd probably rank him lower. He was part of the run - defense problem, him and Gilb Gardner were the worst tacklers ever. MJD, while a beast, shook them off like they were Pop Warner players or women.
that was posted 39 days ago apprently...a man can change his mind in 39 days...
I am aware of that, but it's just odd to me. I mean, I knew of his weight issues (recall Dungy sending him or Tripplett home to lose some weight---forget who it was exactly) but maybe there is something more personal?
No one's hating on Polian for trading a future 1st rounder for Tony Ugoh now. It probably won't hurt the Colts that much really, Peyton Manning has such a quick release and his weapons are so incredibly good that they'll still put up 20+ a game. Apparently the Colts had but little choice.
Wow, this is a surprising development if it turns out to be true.
(Assuming this report, which the Indystar felt confident enough in to run it, is true ...)
Glenn retires as a champion at the top of the game, and as a Colts player from beginning to end.
I think history will look back favorably on this era's Indianapolis Colts offense as one of the best, with Glenn a notable cog; especially once he hit his peak a few years ago, having worked on his craft and conquered weight issues. It's a shame Glenn didn't get more recogntion than he did, playing in an era with Hall of Famers Willie Roaf and Orlando Pace, as well as Jonathan Ogden who has ridiculously lived off the hype of his earlier years.
No one's hating on Polian for trading a future 1st rounder for Tony Ugoh now.
Boy, I hear that. Although I liked the pick anyways, as I very much doubted that there would be a left tackle at the Colts' (now 49ers') pick in the 08 Draft who is as athletic as Ugoh (maybe the Boise State kid, but I'll gladly take Ugoh instead).
Pugnacity, testosterone, truculence, and belligerence.