INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (7-1) vs. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (4-4)

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					                                                        REGULAR SEASON GAME 9
          INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (7-1) vs. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (4-4)
          DATE: Sunday, November 11, 2007 SITE: Qualcomm Stadium KICKOFF: 8:15 p.m. (EST)/5:15 p.m. (PST)
                                      CAPACITY: 70,000       SURFACE: Grass
    Playing the third of five nationally-televised evening games and
meeting the second of three consecutive 2006 playoff opponents, the                                  COLTS 2007 SCHEDULE
Indianapolis Colts, 7-1, visit the San Diego Chargers, 4-4, on Sunday,                                    REGULAR SEASON
November 11. Kickoff for the contest in Qualcomm Stadium is 8:15 p.m.
(EST)/5:15 p.m. (PST). NBC Sports will telecast the game nationally,           Thu.       Sept. 6         NEW ORLEANS SAINTS                         W      41-10
while Westwood One broadcasts nationally from Qualcomm Stadium.                Sun.       Sept. 16        @ Tennessee Titans                         W      22-20
    The Colts and Chargers are meeting for the third time in four years,       Sun.       Sept. 23        @ Houston Texans                           W      30-24
with both prior meetings coming in the RCA Dome. Indianapolis took a           Sun.       Sept. 30        DENVER BRONCOS                             W      38-20
34-31 overtime win on December 26, 2004, and the Chargers thwarted             Sun.       Oct. 7          TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS                       W      33-14
the Colts' 13-0 start to the 2005 season by winning on December 18, 26-        Sun.       Oct. 14         Bye
17. Indianapolis is 2-0 this year in prime-time games, taking a 41-10 vic-     Mon.       Oct. 22         @ Jacksonville Jaguars                     W 29- 7
tory over New Orleans on September 6, and a 29-7 win at Jacksonville on        Sun.       Oct. 28         @ Carolina Panthers                        W 31- 7
October 22. The win at Jacksonville gave Indianapolis a 12-game win-           Sun.       Nov. 4          NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS                       L    20-24
ning streak in prime-time, dating back to 2004. Indianapolis has remain-       Sun.       Nov. 11         @ San Diego Chargers                         8:15 p.m.
ing evening games at Atlanta (November 22) and at Baltimore                    Sun.       Nov. 18         KANSAS CITY CHIEFS                           1:00 p.m.
(December 9). Indianapolis reaches Sunday's game after a 24-20 home            Thu.       Nov. 22         @ Atlanta Falcons                            8:15 p.m.
loss last Sunday to New England. The contest last week was a renewal           Sun.       Dec. 2*         JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS                         1:00 p.m.
of last season's conference title game. After facing the Chargers,             Sun.       Dec. 9*         @ Baltimore Ravens                           8:15 p.m.
Indianapolis hosts Kansas City on November 18, a team it met last year         Sun.       Dec. 16*        @ Oakland Raiders                            4:05 p.m.
in the Wild Card round. San Diego saw its record move to 4-4 with a 35-        Sun.       Dec. 23*        HOUSTON TEXANS                               1:00 p.m.
17 loss last week at Minnesota.                                                Sun.       Dec. 30*        TENNESSEE TITANS                             1:00 p.m.
    Owners of the NFL's best regular-season record (96-40) since the start     *subject to change (NFL Flex Scheduling) ~All Times Local to Indianapolis.
of the 1999 season, while being the only team to earn seven playoff
appearances in the last eight seasons, Indianapolis enters Sunday's game      or shared the lead in 87 of 94 weeks of the division's existence. The Colts
as victors in 41 of its last 49 regular-season games. Indianapolis' winning   have won the past four AFC South championships, the best divisional-
ways include a 26-7 record in AFC South play, while the club has owned        title streak in club history.

                                                                 HEAD COACHES
    TONY DUNGY is 67-21 at the Colts' helm. Dungy joined the Colts            Shanahan (161) reached 100 career wins faster than Dungy's pace of 163
on January 22, 2002, after serving as Tampa Bay's head coach for six sea-     games. Dungy recorded his 100th regular-season victory vs. Tennessee
sons (1996-01). Dungy's career regular-season record is 121-63, and he        12/4/05, becoming only the 6th coach to win 100+ regular-season games
has an overall record of 130-71. Dungy became the 35th coach in NFL           in the first 10 years as a head coach (113, Seifert; 105, Don Shula; 103,
history to earn 100 career victories with a 38-20 win at Houston on           John Madden; 102, Dungy; 101, Gibbs; 101, Ditka). With an overall
10/23/05. Dungy became the 20th coach since entering the league in            mark of 74-25, Dungy became the winningest coach in Colts history with
1970 to win 100 career games. Of those 20, only George Seifert (132),         a 31-7 win at Carolina on 10/28/07, bettering the prior total of 73 by
Joe Gibbs (148), Mike Ditka (151), Mike Holmgren (160) and Mike               Shula and Ted Marchibroda.
                                                                                  Dungy owns a 97-39 mark since the start of the 1999 season (30-18
PERSONNEL REPORT: LB-Tyjuan Hagler (neck), LB-Freddy                          at Tampa Bay; 67-21 with Colts), and he is the NFL's winningest coach
Keiaho (ear), OT-Tony Ugoh (neck), WR-Marvin Harrison (knee) were
                                                                              during that span. He has directed nine of his eleven teams into the play-
questionable; OT-Ryan Diem (buttock) was probable for last week's
                                                                              offs, while leading Tampa Bay (1999) and the Colts (2003, 2006) to the
game. Last week's deactivated players were: DB-Brannon Condren,
DB-Michael Coe, DT-Quinn Pitcock, WR-Craphonso Thorpe, Keiaho,                conference championship game, and his 2006 Colts squad won Super
Ugoh, Hagler and Harrison.                                                    Bowl XLI. Dungy took Tampa Bay to four playoff appearances during
                                                                              his tenure as field general. From 2002-06, Dungy directed the Colts to
TELEVISION/RADIO: NBC Sports telecasts with Al Michaels, John                 10-6, 12-4, 12-4, 14-2 and 12-4 records, becoming the only coach in club
Madden and Andrea Kremer (field reporter). WIBC (1070-                        history to produce 10+ victories and playoff berths in the first five sea-
AM/HANK-FM, 97.1) broadcasts with Bob Lamey and Will Wolford.                 sons with the team. In 2006, Dungy helped produce the 16th 10+-victo-
Westwood One broadcasts nationally with Dave Sims and Bob Trumpy.             ry season in franchise history, and he is one of five Colts head coaches to
                                                                              earn double-digit victory totals (5, Dungy; 4, Shula; 3, Marchibroda; 2,
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releases, quotes, feature clips, etc. The password and username is ‘media.’   Don McCafferty; 2, Jim Mora). Dungy has eight career double-digit vic-
                                                                              tory seasons (10-6, 1997; 11-5, 1999; 10-6, 2000 with Tampa Bay; 10-6,
NEXT GAME: Indianapolis hosts Kansas City on Sunday, November                 2002; 12-4, 2003; 12-4, 2004; 14-2, 2005; 12-4, 2006 with Colts), and he
18 at 1:00 p.m. (EST)/12:00 p.m. (CST).                                       was the first coach to defeat all 32 NFL teams. The Colts have produced
a 96-40 regular-season record since 1999, a victory total that leads the        passes and made three playoff appearances. The Chiefs made two play-
NFL. The Colts are the only team to qualify for post-season play seven          off appearances during Dungy's tenure. At Pittsburgh in 1984, he became
times in the last eight seasons. Indianapolis has won the AFC South four        the NFL's youngest coordinator (age 28). In five seasons as Pittsburgh's
consecutive seasons and has owned or shared the division lead in 87 of          coordinator, the Steelers averaged 24 interceptions and 37 takeaways,
94 weeks of AFC South existence. Under Dungy during the regular sea-            while scoring 20 touchdowns. Dungy entered the coaching ranks in 1980
son, the Colts are 35-9 at home and 32-12 on the road. Dungy (1999-06)          at his alma mater, Minnesota, where he was a quarterback (1973-76). He
has earned eight consecutive playoff appearances (1999-01 at Tampa              made the Steelers as a free agent in 1977 and was a member of the Super
Bay; 2002-06 with Colts), ranking only behind Tom Landry (9, Dallas,            Bowl XIII title team, then was traded to San Francisco in 1979. Dungy
1975-83), while being tied with Chuck Noll (8, Pittsburgh, 1972-79), for        is a native of Jackson, Mich.
the most consecutive playoff appearances by NFL coaches since 1970.                 NORV TURNER became the 14th Chargers head coach on February
The Colts (14-2, 2005; 12-4, 2003, 2004 and 2006) have joined Dallas            19, 2007. Turner is in his third head coaching role, having directed
(1992-95) as the only NFL teams to win 12+ games in four consecutive            Washington from 1994-2000 and Oakland from 2004-05. Turner posted
seasons. The Colts own a 63-18 record (counting the playoffs) since the         winning records in four of seven seasons with Washington. He was 9-23
start of the 2003 season and are 49-13 since 2004. Dungy held a 54-42           with the Raiders. Turner served as offensive coordinator with San
record as head coach with Tampa Bay, qualifying for the playoffs four           Francisco prior to joining San Diego. He spent 2002-03 as assistant head
times in six seasons. Dungy produced some of the NFL's stingiest                coach/offensive coordinator with Miami. Turner joined the Redskins
defenses during his years at Tampa Bay. His units ranked no lower than          after three seasons as offensive coordinator at Dallas, where he was a part
11th during his stay and ranked 6th or higher in four of his last five years.   of consecutive Super Bowl championships. Prior to Dallas, Turner
Dungy also served 1981-88 with Pittsburgh, including 1984-88 as defen-          served 1985-90 with the L.A. Rams, where he oversaw the passing game.
sive coordinator. After serving 1989-91 as DB Coach at Kansas City,             Turner played QB at Oregon (1972-74), where he became a graduate
Dungy was the defensive coordinator at Minnesota from 1992-95.                  assistant in 1975. He coached 1976-84 at Southern Cal before entering
During his years in Minnesota, the Vikings intercepted an NFL-high 95           the NFL. Turner is a native of LeJeune, N.C.

                           HIGHEST WINNING PERCENTAGE AMONG ACTIVE COACHES (Regular Season with 50+ wins)

                                   NAME                          TEAM                  W          L          T     PCT.
                                   Tony Dungy                    COLTS                121         63         0      .658
                                   Joe Gibbs                     Washington           150         90         0      .625
                                   Andy Reid                     Philadelphia          83         53         0      .610
                                   Mike Shanahan                 Denver               134         86         0      .609
                                   Mike Holmgren                 Seattle              151         97         0      .609
                                   Bill Belichick                New England          120         81         0      .597
                                   Wade Phillips                 Dallas                52         36         0      .591
                                   Brian Billick                 Baltimore             79         56         0      .585

             TOP COACH-QB COMBINATIONS SINCE 1970 MERGER (REGULAR SEASON, MIN. 50 GAMES)
              Quarterback                 Head Coach                  Team                  Won          Lost         Tied       Pct.
              Tom Brady                   Bill Belichick              New England            79           24           0         .767
              Peyton Manning              Tony Dungy                  COLTS                  67           21           0         .761
              Ken Stabler                 John Madden                 Oakland                60           19           1         .756
              Jim McMahon                 Mike Ditka                  Chicago                46           15           0         .754
              Roger Staubach              Tom Landry                  Dallas                 85           29           0         .746
              Steve Young                 George Seifert              San Francisco          62           23           0         .729
              John Elway                  Mike Shanahan               Denver                 43           16           0         .729

                                  NFL'S BEST REGULAR SEASON RECORDS 1999-2007
                                                                            Record     Team             Head Coach
        COLTS AMONG NFL’S WINNINGEST TEAMS                                  96-40      COLTS            Jim Mora/Tony Dungy
                                                                            92-45      New England      Pete Carroll/Bill Belichick
                         FROM 1999-2007:
                                                                            83-51-1    Pittsburgh       Bill Cowher/Mike Tomlin
 The Colts stand as the NFL's winningest team since the start of the        83-53      Philadelphia     Andy Reid
 1999 season. The Colts own a 96-40 record during that span. Colts          80-56      Green Bay        Ray Rhodes/Mike Sherman/Mike McCarthy
 Head Coach Tony Dungy was 30-18 with Tampa Bay from 1999-                  79-56      Baltimore        Brian Billick
 2001. He is 67-21 with the Colts, and his 97 wins during that span are     79-57      Denver           Mike Shanahan
 the most in the NFL.                                                       79-57      Tennessee        Jeff Fisher
                                                                            78-58      St. Louis        D. Vermeil/M. Martz/J. Vitt/S. Linehan
                                                  COACHES WITH 100+ CAREER WINS
          In NFL history, there are 35 head coaches who have surpassed the 100+-win plateau, including playoff victories.
                           Tony Dungy reached that mark 10/23/05 at Houston, his 163rd career game.
                                                                    Regular Season             Postseason                Career
Coach                   Team(s)                             Yrs.    Won    Lost Tied   Pct.   Won   Lost   Pct.   Won    Lost   Tied   Pct.
Don Shula               Baltimore Colts, Miami Dolphins        33    328    156    6   .677    19    17    .528    347    173      6   .666
George Halas            Chicago Bears                          40    318    148   31   .682     6      3   .667    324    151     31   .682
Tom Landry              Dallas Cowboys                         29    250    162    6   .607    20    16    .556    270    178      6   .603
Earl (Curly) Lambeau    Green Bay Packers, Chicago             33    226    132   22   .631     3      2   .600    229    134     22   .631
                          Cardinals, Washington Redskins
Chuck Noll              Pittsburgh Steelers                    23    193   148     1   .566    16     8    .667    209   156      1    .572
Marty Schottenheimer Cleveland Browns, KC Chiefs,              21    200   126     1   .613     5    13    .278    205   139      1    .596
                          Washington Redskins, SD Chargers
Dan Reeves              Denver Broncos, NY Giants,             23    190   165     2   .535    11     9    .550    201   174      2    .536
                          Atlanta Falcons
Chuck Knox              LA Rams, Buffalo Bills,                22    186   147     1   .558     7    11    .389    193   158      1    .550
                          Seattle Seahawks
Bill Parcells           NY Giants, NE Patriots, NY Jets,       19    172   130     1   .569    11     8    .579    183   138      1    .570
                          Dallas Cowboys
Paul Brown              Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals 21      166   100     6   .624     4     8    .333    170   108      6    .612
Bud Grant               Minnesota Vikings                      18    158    96     5   .621    10    12    .455    168   108      5    .608
Joe Gibbs               Washington Redskins                    16    150    90     0   .625    17     6    .739    167    96      0    .635
Mike Holmgren           Green Bay Packers, Seattle Seahawks 16       151    97     0   .609    12    10    .545    163   107      0    .604
Bill Cowher             Pittsburgh Steelers                    15    149    90     1   .623    12     9    .571    161    99      1    .619
Marv Levy               KC Chiefs, Buffalo Bills               17    143   112     0   .561    11     8    .579    154   120      0    .562
Steve Owen              NY Giants                              23    151   100    17   .602     2     8    .200    153   108     17    .586
Mike Shanahan           LA Raiders, Denver Broncos             15    134    86     0   .609     8     5    .615    142    91      0    .609
Hank Stram              KC Chiefs, New Orleans Saints          17    131    97    10   .574     5     3    .625    136   100     10    .576
Weeb Ewbank             Baltimore Colts, NY Jets               20    130   129     7   .502     4     1    .800    134   130      7    .508
Bill Belichick          Cleveland Browns, NE Patriots          13    120    81     0   .597    13     3    .813    133    84      0    .613
TONY DUNGY              Tampa Bay Buccaneers, COLTS            12    121    63     0   .658     9     8    .529    130    71      0    .647
Mike Ditka              Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints 14         121    95     0   .560     6     6    .500    127   101      0    .557
Dick Vermeil            Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Rams, 15      120   109     0   .524     6     5    .545    126   114      0    .525
                          KC Chiefs
Jim Mora                New Orleans Saints,                    15    125   106     0   .541     0     6    .000    125   112      0    .527
                          Indianapolis Colts
George Seifert          San Francisco 49ers, Carolina Panthers 11    114    62     0   .648    10     5    .667    124    67      0    .649
Sid Gillman             LA Rams, LA-San Diego Chargers, 18           122    99     7   .552     1     5    .167    123   104      7    .542
                           Houston Oilers
George Allen            Los Angeles Rams, Washington           12    116    47     5   .712     2     7    .222    118    54      5    .686
                          Redskins
Dennis Green            Minnesota Vikings, Arizona Cardinals 13      113    94     0   .546     4     8    .333    117   102      0    .534
Jeff Fisher             Tennessee Titans                       13    111    95     0   .539     5     4    .556    116    99      0    .540
Don Coryell             St. Louis Cardinals,                   14    111    83     1   .572     3     6    .333    114    89      1    .561
                          San Diego Chargers
John Madden             Oakland Raiders                        10    103    32     7   .759     9     7    .563    112    39      7    .739
Ray (Buddy) Parker Chicago Cardinals, Detroit Lions,           15    104    75     9   .581     3     1    .750    107    76      9    .585
                          Pittsburgh Steelers
Vince Lombardi          Green Bay Packers,                     10     96    34     6   .739     9     1    .900    105    35      6    .750
                          Washington Redskins
Tom Flores              Oakland-LA Raiders,                    12     97    87     0   .527     8     3    .727    105    90      0    .538
                          Seattle Seahawks
Bill Walsh              San Francisco 49ers                    10     92    59     1   .609    10     4    .714    102    63      1    .617
Active coaches in bold.
                                                        COLTS-CHARGERS SERIES NOTES
    The overall series stands 13-9 in San Diego's favor, and these clubs          teamed with RB-James Mungro (3t) and WR-Brandon Stokley (21t) on
met in spirited December battles in the RCA Dome during the 2004 and              scoring tosses, the final one coming with :56 remaining to cut the deficit
2005 seasons. Indianapolis prevailed in overtime on December 26, 2004,            to 31-29. RB-Edgerrin James then tallied on a two-point rush. K-Mike
34-31, and San Diego earned a 26-17 victory on the return trip on                 Vanderjagt's 30-yard field goal 2:47 into overtime decided the contest.
December 18. In that contest, after rallying from a 16-point deficit, the         Manning's scoring pass to Stokley was his 49th TD toss of the season,
Colts surrendered the final 10 points of the contest in falling to San Diego.     breaking the prior NFL mark of QB-Dan Marino (1984). Prior to the 2005
The Chargers controlled the first half in earning a 13-0 lead at intermis-        match, the series had been dormant since September 26, 1999, when the
sion. Indianapolis tallied 17 points in the third quarter to take the lead, but   Colts earned a 27-19 win at Qualcomm Stadium. In that contest, the Colts
K-Nate Kaeding's fourth field goal, a 49-yarder with 6:41 left, put San           snapped a 10-game road losing streak as Manning (29-54-404, 2 TDs/1
Diego ahead, 19-17. RB-Michael Turner's 83t burst provided the clinch-            int.) rallied the club from a 19-13 fourth-quarter deficit. Manning and
ing points with 2:09 left. QB-Peyton Manning was 26-45-336, 1 TD/2                Harrison (13-196, 1 TD) hooked up all day as Harrison tied then the club
ints., while WRs-Reggie Wayne (10-91) and Marvin Harrison (8-135) had             record for single-game receptions. San Diego tallied 16 second-quarter
big days. San Diego rushed for 206 yards, and QB-Drew Brees was 22-               points and held a 19-10 third-quarter lead before Vanderjagt hit a 42-yard
33-255, 1 TD/2 ints. The loss kept Indianapolis from being the 2nd team           field goal and Manning tallied on a 12t rush. The Colts and Chargers have
ever with a 14-0 start (Miami, 1972). In the Colts' last series win in 2005,      had an unusually active series schedule since the club's 1984 move to
rallying from two 15-point deficits to tie the contest in the final minute of     Indianapolis. The regular season series was renewed during the 1984,
regulation, Indianapolis earned a 34-31 overtime win. In only the fourth          1986, 1987 (twice), 1988, 1989, 1992 (twice), 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997 and
contest in NFL history pitting teams with seven or more consecutive wins          1998 seasons. The teams have met once in the playoffs, as the Colts
(Chargers 8, Colts 7), Manning was 27-44-383, 2 TDs/1 int. Manning                earned a 35-20 wildcard win at San Diego on December 31, 1995.

                                                                2007 TEAM RANKINGS
                            OFFENSE                        RANKING                           DEFENSE                    RANKING
                   Total     Rush   Pass                 CONF.    NFL                Total     Rush Pass             CONF.      NFL
Colts              390.3     137.6  252.6               2- 5- 5  3- 7- 8             281.5     107.1 174.4           5- 6- 1   5-15- 2
Chargers           309.1     113.3  195.9              11- 9-11 22-14-23             355.0     125.0 230.0          11-10-12  25-22-24

                                                        COLTS-CHARGERS CONNECTIONS
CONNECTIONS: OL Coach Howard Mudd held same role at Cal-                          Fresno (Buchanan HS) native...DB-Dante Hughes attended Cal-
Berkeley from 1972-73 and entered NFL with Chargers 1974-76...Mudd                Berkeley and is Los Angeles (Crenshaw HS) native...TE-Bryan Fletcher
played 1964-69 with San Francisco…WR Coach Clyde Christensen is                   is UCLA product and brother, Terrell, was RB for Chargers 1995-
Covina native and was All-America QB at Fresno City JC in 1975…RB                 2002...DB-T.J. Rushing attended Stanford...Exec. VP/GM A.J. Smith
Coach Gene Huey had 1969 stint at WR with San Diego…Def. Coord.                   served with Colts President Bill Polian at Buffalo 1987-92…OLB Coach
Ron Meeks served 1989-90 at Fresno State…Special Teams Coach Russ                 John Pagano served as Defensive Asst. with Colts 1998-01…G-Kris
Purnell served 1966-67 at Orange Coast JC, 1968-69 at Whittier College,           Dielman attended Indiana University…C-Nick Hardwick is native of
1972 at Corona del Mar HS, 1973-81 at Edison HS and 1982-85 at                    Indianapolis (Lawrence North HS) and attended Purdue along with LB-
Southern Cal (Special Teams/TE)…DL Coach John Teerlinck was D5-                   Shaun Phillips…DB-Bob Sanders and K-Nate Kaeding were team-
74 choice of San Diego…Teerlinck had 7.5 sacks as rookie and started              mates at Iowa...DBs-Tim Jennings and Paul Oliver were teammates at
five of first six games in 1975 before incurring knee injury that ended           Georgia...RB-Joseph Addai and WR-Buster Davis were teammates at
career…LB-Freddy Keiaho is Ventura native (Buena HS) and attended                 LSU.
San Diego State...DB-Matt Giordano attended Cal-Berkeley and is

                                                 MANNING, HARRISON AND FREENEY NOTES
    QB-Peyton Manning has started the first 152 regular-season games              of nine consecutive 3,000+ seasons is T2nd-longest streak in NFL history
of his career. Manning (3,299-5,149-39,644, 289 TDs/143 ints., 94.7 rat-          (15, Brett Favre; 9, Dan Marino). He also is the only NFL player to have
ing, career; 168-259-2,058, 14 TDs/4 ints., 100.8 rating, 2007) has pro-          4,000+ passing yards in six consecutive seasons (1999-04), and his seven
duced the longest career-opening starting streak by any QB in NFL histo-          4,000+ seasons are the NFL record (6, Marino). Manning (2003, 2004) is
ry, and the longest streak ever by a Colts QB. Manning is only the fifth          a two-time MVP by the Associated Press, and he is a seven-time Pro
Colts player with 100+ consecutive starts. Manning was 18-30-288, 3               Bowler (1999-00, 02-06). Manning authored his seventh career double-
TDs vs. New Orleans 9/6. He was 28-42-312, 1 TD/int. at Tennessee 9/16.           digit victory season in 2006, and he is the club leader in 10+-victory sea-
Manning was 20-29-273, 1 TD at Houston 9/23. Manning was 20-27-193,               sons by a quarterback (3, Unitas; 3, Jones). Manning (99) needs one start-
3 TDs and had a rushing score vs. Denver 9/30. He was 29-37-253, 2                ing win to become the 10th NFL QB with 100+ career starting wins (154,
TDs/1 int. vs. Tampa Bay 10/7. Manning was 23-37-259, 1 TD/int. at                Favre; 148, John Elway; 147, Marino; 125, Fran Tarkenton; 119, Unitas;
Jacksonville 10/22. He was 14-30-255, 2 TDs Carolina 10/28, passing               117, Joe Montana; 107, Terry Bradshaw; 102, Warren Moon; 101, Jim
QB-John Unitas' club records (5,110; 287) for career attempts and touch-          Kelly). Manning has teamed with 26 different players for touchdowns and
down passes. He was 16-27-225, 1 TD/int. vs. New England 11/4. He has             has tossed scoring passes in 29 of the 31 arenas he has played in during
thrown touchdown passes in 135 of 152 games, for two or more touch-               regular-season action. The only venues where Manning has appeared and
downs in 87 games and for four or more touchdowns in 15 outings.                  did not toss a scoring pass are the TWA Dome (2001) and Qwest Field
Manning has 25+ touchdown passes in a league-record nine consecutive              (2005). Manning (49, 2004) is the 3rd NFL QB with a 40+-TD season
seasons, and he has nine of the 19 20+-touchdown seasons in club histo-           (48, Marino, 1984; 44, Marino, 1986; 41, Kurt Warner, St. Louis, 1999).
ry. Manning has nine consecutive 3,000+ seasons and owns nine of the 15           Manning has seven 400+ career games and ranks among the NFL leaders
3,000+ seasons in Colts history (3, Unitas; 3, Jones). He is the only NFL         (13, Marino; 7, Joe Montana; 7, Moon). Manning had six 4+-TD games
QB ever to have nine 3,000+ seasons to open a career. Manning's streak            in 2004 to tie Marino (1984) for the NFL's best seasonal total. Manning's
six 5+-TD games tie Marino's NFL record for most in a career. Manning          seasons, and he is the only NFL player with eight consecutive 1,000+-
had 100+ rating outings in 11 of 16 games in 2004 and had nine straight        yardage and 10+-TD seasons (1999-06). Harrison (14,159) ranks 1st in
100+ games, tying the longest NFL seasonal streak since the rating was         Colts career total yards (12,449, Moore). Harrison's 123 touchdowns sur-
implemented in 1972. He has had 100+ rating games in 57 career outings,        pass Moore (113) for the most in Colts history. Harrison was 9-109, 2 TDs
and the Colts are 47-8 in those outings. Manning (121.1, 2004; 104.1,          at Tennessee 10/2/05 and became the 16th NFL player with 100 career
2005; 101.0, 2006) became the first QB since Steve Young to be the NFL's       touchdowns. He is one of seven players with 100+ career touchdown
top-rated player in consecutive seasons, and his three-year span is the best   receptions (197, Rice; 130, Carter; 120, Terrell Owens; 113, Randy Moss;
since Young's four-year span from 1991-94. In 2004, Manning set the club       100, Largent; 100, Brown). Harrison has 28 multiple-touchdown games,
seasonal record for passing yards (4,557) and completion percentage            including nine 3-TD outings (at Kansas City 12/15/96; at San Francisco
(67.6). In 2004, he threw more touchdown passes (49) than 26 other NFL         10/18/98; at New England 9/19/99; vs. Minnesota 12/24/00; vs. Buffalo
teams scored total touchdowns. With a minimum of 20 attempts per game,         9/23/01; vs. Miami 11/11/01; at New Orleans 9/28/03; at Detroit 11/25/04;
Manning has 40 career outings with a 70.0+ completion percentage (1,           vs. Cincinnati 12/18/06). Harrison (59) ranks 2nd in NFL history in 100+
1998; 3, 1999; 2, 2000; 2, 2001; 6, 2002; 5, 2003; 6, 2004; 6, 2005; 7,        games (76, Rice). Harrison reached 600 receptions in 102 games, 700 in
2006; 2, 2007). Manning has 41 career 300+ games to rank among the             114 games, 800 in 131 games, 900 in 149 games and 1,000 in 167 games,
NFL leaders (63, Marino; 53, Favre; 51, Dan Fouts; 49, Moon). Manning          the fastest paces to those reception totals (Herman Moore, 600 in 118
surpassed Unitas (2,796) for the most completions in club history vs.          games; Rice 700 in 139 games, 800 in 154 games, 900 in 168 games and
Houston 9/17/06. He needs 125 yards to surpass Unitas (39,768) for the         1,000 in 181 games were the prior records). Harrison and Rice are the
club records in those categories. Manning (33, 2000; 49, 2004; 31, 2006)       only NFL players with 80+ receptions in eight consecutive seasons.
had led the NFL in TD passes three times and needs one more title to join          Manning and Harrison have combined for 107 touchdowns, the most
Unitas, Favre, Young and Len Dawson for the most seasons as the NFL            potent touchdown duo in NFL history. Manning and Harrison passed John
seasonal touchdown passing leaders. Manning was named the NFL                  Unitas and Berry (63) at Tampa Bay 10/6/03 for the club record and
Offensive Player-of-the-Year and NFL All-Pro by the Associated Press for       passed Jim Kelly and Andre Reed (65, Buffalo) vs. New England 11/30/03
his 2004 regular season performance. Manning was named the Associated          for 3rd-most in NFL history. Manning and Harrison passed Dan Marino
Press NFL Most Valuable Player for his play in 2004. It marked the sec-        and Mark Clayton (79, Miami) vs. Tennessee 12/5/04. They set the all-
ond consecutive season he won the award (sharing honors in 2003 with           time NFL record with a 6t connection vs. St. Louis 10/17/05. Manning
QB-Steve McNair). Manning joined Favre (1995-97) and Montana                   and Harrison have combined for 898 completions for 12,155 yards, the
(1989-90) as the only players to win the award in consecutive seasons.         NFL records for completions and yards between two players. The prior
Favre's three nominations are the most in the history of the award, while      NFL records for completions and yards between two players were 663 for
Manning is tied for second-most with Montana, Unitas (1964, 1967),             9,538 yards by Kelly and Reed. Young and Rice had 137 games together
Young (1992, 1994), Kurt Warner (1999, 2001) and Jim Brown (1957,              and Kelly and Reed had 147 games together, while Manning and Harrison
1965) as multiple-winners. Notable players and Hall-of-Famers who won          have played in 143 games together.
the award once include Elway, Marino, Bradshaw, Tarkenton, Walter                  DE-Dwight Freeney, one of 12 Colts with a 3.0+ sack game, had a
Payton, Marcus Allen and Lawrence Taylor. Manning is the only NFL              club rookie record 13 sacks in 2002, along with nine forced fumbles. He
player to win the AP MVP honor in addition to gaining MVP honors in the        had 11 sacks in 2003 and had a club-record 16 in 2004 and now has sacks
Pro Bowl and Super Bowl.                                                       in 43 of 87 career games and 37 of 74 starts. He has 14 career multiple
    WR-Marvin Harrison (1,042-13,944, 123 TDs career; 20-247, 1 TD             sack games and four career three-game sack streaks. Freeney's four-game
2007) is an eight-time Pro Bowler (1999-06). His eight straight bids rank      streaks are tied for the 4th-longest (since 1982) in Colts history (8, DE-
with John Unitas (8, 1957-64) and OG/T-Jim Parker (8, 1958-65) for the         Robert Mathis, 2005; 6, DE-Dan Footman, 1997; 5, LB-Duane Bickett,
longest streaks in Colts history.                                              1985; 4, DE-Jon Hand, 1991; 4, LB-Tony Bennett, 1995; 4, LB-Tony
    Harrison ranks 4th in NFL career receptions, 4th in career yardage, 3rd    Bennett, 1996; 4, DT-Ellis Johnson, 1998; 4, Freeney, 2003; 4, Freeney,
in career touchdowns, 2nd in career 100+ games and 5th in career consec-       2004). The Colts are 34-9 when Freeney produces a sack. He has six
utive games with a reception. In 2006, he moved past Art Monk and              career games with multiple forced fumbles (3, at Philadelphia 11/10/02; 3,
Andre Reed in receptions, past Monk, Irving Fryar, Steve Largent and           vs. Cincinnati 12/18/06; 2 at Tennessee 12/8/02; 2, at Miami 11/2/03; 2 vs.
Reed in yardage and past Marshall Faulk in consecutive games with a            Denver 9/30/07; 2 at Jacksonville 10/22/07). Freeney has 31 career forced
reception. Harrison has receptions in his first 175 career games, the NFL      fumbles (9, 2002; 4, 2003; 4, 2004; 6, 2005; 4, 2006; 4, 2007) and the club
record for most consecutive games to start a career. He was 4-83, 1 TD         is 18-5 in games when Freeney forces a fumble. Freeney has a franchise-
vs. New Orleans 9/6, moving past Henry Ellard (13,777) into 5th-place in       best 60 career sacks. He ranked among the NFL's all-time top totals for
career reception yards. He was 6-87 at Tennessee 9/16. Harrison was 6-         players after their first two career seasons (31, Reggie White; 30, Derrick
53 at Houston 9/23, moving past Cris Carter (13,899) into 4th-place in         Thomas; 26, Jevon Kearse; 24, Freeney), the first three career seasons (52,
career reception yards. He was 1-8 vs. Denver 9/30. He was inactive vs.        White; 43.5, Thomas; 40, Freeney; 37.5 Richard Dent; 36, Kearse; 36,
Tampa Bay 10/7 with a knee injury. Harrison was 3-16 at Jacksonville           Anthony Smith), the first four career seasons (70, White; 58, Thomas; 51,
10/22. He was inactive at Carolina 10/28. He was inactive vs. New              Freeney) and the first five career seasons (81, White; 66, Thomas; 61.5,
England 11/4. Harrison has bettered the club career receiving records of       Dent; 57.5, Bruce Smith; 56.5, Charles Haley). Freeney is one of two
WR-Raymond Berry (631-9,275, 68 TDs). In 2006, Harrison produced               Colts players to produce consecutive 10+ sack seasons (16, 2004; 13,
his 8th 1,000+ reception yardage season, extending his club record for         2002; 11, 2003; 11, 2005; Robert Mathis, 11.5, 2005; 10.5, 2004).
most 1,000+ and most consecutive 1,000+ seasons. Harrison has 8 of the         Freeney earned his first Pro Bowl bid in 2003, joining LB-Duane Bickett
16 1,000+ reception yardage seasons achieved in Colts history. His eight       (1987) as the club's only defensive Pro Bowlers in the team's 24-year
total 1,000+ seasons rank among the NFL career leaders (14, Jerry Rice;        Indianapolis era. He became the first Pro Bowl defensive lineman for the
9, Tim Brown; 9, Jimmy Smith; 8, Largent; 8, Cris Carter; 8, Rod Smith),       team since DT-Mike Barnes and DE-John Dutton in 1977. He earned a
while eight consecutive rank among the all-time leaders (11, Rice, 1986-       second Pro Bowl bid in 2004 and a third in 2005 to be the first Colts defen-
96; 9, Brown, 1993-01; 8, Carter, 1993-00). His eight 1,000+ scrimmage         sive player to have three consecutive Pro Bowl bids since Dutton (1975-
yards seasons are a club record, surpassing RB-Lenny Moore and RB-             77). Freeney (16) ranked 1st in NFL sacks in 2004, and became the first
Edgerrin James for the most in Colts history. Eight consecutive 1,000+         Colts player to lead the NFL in sacks since the category became official in
scrimmage yards seasons (1999-06) are a club record. Harrison's 13,972         1982.
career scrimmage yards rank 1st in Colts history. Harrison is the only
NFL player with 10+ touchdown receptions in the last eight consecutive
                                         INDIANAPOLIS COLTS MILESTONES
ü   QB-Peyton Manning has 108 games with 20+ completions, the most in Colts history (John Unitas had 33 in 206 career games).
ü   Manning has 9 consecutive 3,000+ seasons and owns 9 of the 15 3,000+ seasons in Colts history (3, Unitas; 3, Jones). He is the only NFL
    QB ever to have 9 3,000+ seasons to open a career. Manning’s streak of 9 consecutive 3,000+ seasons is the T2nd- longest streak in NFL
    history (15, Brett Favre; 9, Dan Marino).
ü   Manning has 20+ TD passes in 9 consecutive seasons. Manning owns 9 of 19 20+-TD seasons in club history (6, Unitas; 3, Jones; 1, Earl
    Morrall), but only Unitas (1959-60, 65-66) and Jones (1980-81) were able to exceed 20 TDs in consecutive seasons. Manning’s streak of
    consecutive 20+-TD seasons is 3rd-best in NFL history (12, Favre; 10, Marino).
ü   Manning (9, 1998-06) has surpassed Marino (5, 1984-88) and Favre (5, 1994-98) to hold the NFL’s longest streak for most consecutive
    seasons with 25+ touchdown passes.
ü   Manning is the only NFL QB with 6 consecutive 4,000+ seasons. He is 1 of 4 QBs with 3 consecutive 4,000+ seasons (3, Marino, 1984-
    86; 3, Fouts, 1979-81; 3, Trent Green, 2003-05). He set the record with his 4th straight in 2002 and has extended it since then. Manning
    (7) is the NFL’s overall leader in multiple 4,000+ seasons (7, Manning, 1999-2004, 06; 6, Marino, 1984-86, 88, 92, 94; 6, 4, Warren
    Moon, 1990-91, 94-95; 4, Favre, 1995, 98-99, 04; 3, Fouts, 1979-81; 3, Green, 2003-05; 3, Bledsoe, 1994, 96, 02).
ü   Manning has started the first 152 regular-season games of his career, the most ever by any NFL QB to start a career, and he broke the club
    QB starting streak of John Unitas (92, 1958-65) at Tennessee 12/7/03. The only other 100+-game regular-season start streaks by NFL QBs
    are 245 by Brett Favre (1992-current, Green Bay), 116 by Ron Jaworski (1977-84, Philadelphia), 107 by Joe Ferguson (1977-94,
    Buffalo) and 103 by Tom Brady (2001-curent).
ü   Manning (1999-00, 2002-06) has 7 double-digit victory seasons, passing Unitas (3) and Jones (3) as the only Colts QBs with double-digit
    victory seasons as a starter.
ü   Manning (289) reached 100 career TD passes in 56 games, the 4th-fastest streak in NFL history in terms of games played (44, Dan Marino;
    50, Kurt Warner; 53, John Unitas; 62, Brett Favre). Manning reached 150 career TD passes in 86 games, the 3rd-fastest NFL pace (62,
    Marino; 84, Favre; 87, Unitas). Manning reached 200 career TD passes in 106 games, the 2nd-fastest NFL pace (89, Marino; 107, Favre;
    121, Unitas). Manning reached 250 career TD passes in 132 games, the 2nd-fastest NFL pace (128, Marino; 141, Favre; 149, Unitas).
ü   Manning tossed six TD passes at New Orleans 9/28/03 to break the club record for most in a game (5, Gary Cuozzo; 5, Gary Hogeboom;
    5, Manning, six times). He tossed six TD passes at Detroit 11/25/04. Six TD passes is one shy of the NFL record (7, Sid Luckman,
    Chicago, vs. NYG 11/14/43; Adrian Burk, Philadelphia, vs. Washington 10/17/54; George Blanda, Houston, vs. NY Titans 11/19/61;
    Y.A. Tittle, NYG, vs. Washington 10/28/62; Joe Kapp, Minnesota, vs. Baltimore 9/28/69).
ü   Manning had five TD passes vs. Atlanta 12/14/03 to become only the 5th (now 7th) NFL QB since 1970 to have multiple 5+-TD games in
    one season (6 at New Orleans, 5 vs. Atlanta). Manning joined Dan Fouts (1982), Dan Marino (1986), Warren Moon (1990), Jim Kelly
    (1991), Daunte Culpepper (2004) and Tom Brady (2007).
ü   Manning was the 1st NFL QB with four 5+-TD games (including playoffs) in a one-year span (6, 9/28/03 at New Orleans; 5, 12/14/03 vs.
    Atlanta; 5, 1/4/04 vs. Denver (playoffs); 5, 9/26/04 vs. Green Bay). He added another 5-TD game at Kansas City 10/31/04. He added
    another 5-TD game vs. Houston 11/14/04, joining Culpepper as the only NFL QBs with three 5-TD games in one season. He added 6 TDs
    at Detroit 11/25/04 to surpass Culpepper with four 5+-TD games in one season.
ü   Manning is the only Colts QB with six career regular-season 5+-TD games (6, at New Orleans 9/28/03; 6, at Detroit 11/25/04; 5, vs.
    Atlanta 12/14/03; 5, vs. Green Bay 9/26/04; 5, at Kansas City 10/31/04; 5, vs. Houston 11/14/04). He has one post-season 5+-TD game (5,
    vs. Denver 1/4/04). Six 5+-TD games tie the NFL record of Marino (6).
ü   Manning has 289 TD passes in 152 career games, an average of 1.9013 per game, the highest average per game of any QB in NFL history
    with 150+ TD passes (1.7355, Dan Marino, 420/242 games; 1.7149, Brett Favre, 427 TDs/249; 1.7143, Tom Brady, 180/105; 1.4813,
    Jim Kelly, 237/160; 1.4375, Donovan McNabb, 161/112; 1.4219, Joe Montana, 273/192; 1.4033, Dan Fouts, 254/181; 1.3990, Warren
    Moon, 291/208; 1.3902, Fran Tarkenton, 342/246; 1.3846, Trent Green, 162/117; 1.3744, John Unitas, 290/211; 1.3728, Steve Young,
    232/169).
ü   Manning had 4+ TD passes in five consecutive games (5, at Kansas City 10/31/04; 4 vs. Minnesota 11/8/04; 5, vs. Houston 11/14/04; 4, at
    Chicago 11/21/04; 6 at Detroit 11/25/04) to set the NFL record in that category, breaking John Unitas’ prior club mark of two consecutive
    games with 4+ TD passes (4, 10/30/60 at Dallas; 4, 11/6/60 vs. Green Bay) and Marino’s NFL record of four consecutive games (1984).
ü   Manning (15) ranks among the NFL leaders in career games with 4+ touchdown passes (21, Dan Marino; 19*, Brett Favre; 17, John
    Unitas).
ü   Manning (99) ranks 2nd in Colts wins as starting QB (119, Unitas).
ü   Manning (99) needs one starting win to become the 10th NFL QB with 100+ career starting wins (154*, Brett Favre; 148, John Elway;
    147, Dan Marino; 125, Fran Tarkenton; 119, John Unitas; 117, Joe Montana; 107, Terry Bradshaw; 102, Warren Moon; 101, Jim
    Kelly).
ü   Manning had 98 wins in his first 150 career starts to rank T3rd-most by any QB (108, Joe Montana; 102, Terry Bradshaw; 98, John
    Unitas; 98, Peyton Manning; 97, Brett Favre).
ü   Manning needs 125 yards to surpass Unitas (39,768) for the club record.
ü   Since 1970, Manning is 1 of 5 NFL starting QBs who were 10 games below .500 and eventually had a record equaling or exceeding 10
    games over .500 (Troy Aikman, 15 games below .500 (3-18) to 29 games over .500 (86-57): final starting record 94-71; Steve Young, -14
    games (3-17) to +45 games (94-49): final record 94-49; Bert Jones, -12 games (3-15) to +16 games (42-26): final record 47-49; Trent
    Dilfer*, -11 games (8-19) to +10 games (49-39): current record 57-51; Manning*, -10 games (5-15) to +47 games (99-52): current record
    99-53. Manning, Aikman and Jones are the only ones to do it with one franchise.
ü   Manning (33, 2000; 49, 2004; 31, 2006) had led the NFL in TD passes three times and needs one more title to tie Unitas, Favre, Young
    and Len Dawson for the league lead.
ü   Manning (96) is 1st in regular season starting wins by NFL QBs from 1999-present.
ü   Manning has a 67-21 starting record under Head Coach Tony Dungy, the most wins by a starting QB under a head coach in Colts history
    (55-20-3, Unitas-Don Shula; 49-33, Unitas-Weeb Ewbank; 36-13, Jones-Ted Marchibroda; 32-32, Manning-Jim Mora).
ü   Manning surpassed 20,000 career passing yards at Cleveland 12/15/02, his 78th career game. It marks the 3rd-fastest pace to 20,000 yards in
    NFL history (74, Dan Marino; 76, Kurt Warner). Manning surpassed 25,000 career yards in his 97th game, with the fastest pace to that
    plateau being 92 games by Marino, followed by Warren Moon (107) and Brett Favre (107). Manning surpassed 30,000 career yards in
    his 115th game, with the fastest pace to that plateau being 114 games by Marino, followed by Moon (125), Favre (126) and Bledsoe (126).
    Manning reached 35,000 yards in his 135th game, with the fastest pace to that plateau being 134 games by Marino, followed by Bledsoe
    (145), Favre (147) and Moon (147).
ü   Manning ranks among the NFL leaders in career passing yards: 61,361, Dan Marino; 59,906*, Brett Favre; 51,475, John Elway; 49,325,
    Warren Moon; 47,003, Fran Tarkenton; 45,569*, Vinny Testaverde; 44,611, Drew Bledsoe; 43,040, Dan Fouts; 40,551, Joe Montana;
    40,239, John Unitas; 39,644*, Peyton Manning.
ü   Manning ranks among the NFL leaders in career touchdown passes: 427*, Brett Favre; 420, Dan Marino; 342, Fran Tarkenton; 300,
    John Elway; 291, Warren Moon; 290, John Unitas; 289*, Peyton Manning.
ü   Manning ranks among the NFL leaders in career completions: 5,226*, Brett Favre; 4,967, Dan Marino; 4,123, John Elway; 3,988,
    Warren Moon; 3,839, Drew Bledsoe ; 3,725*, Vinny Testaverde; 3,686, Fran Tarkenton; 3,409, Joe Montana; 3,299* Peyton
    Manning.
ü   Manning had a streak of 10 straight games with 22+ completions end 12/21/03 vs. Denver. Since 1970, the NFL bests for most consecutive
    games with 22+ completions are by Warren Moon (11, 1991-92), Manning (10, 2003), Dan Fouts (8, 1984), Kerry Collins (8, 2003), Bill
    Kenney (7, 1983), Brett Favre (7, 1993-94), Matt Hasselbeck (7, 2002).
ü   Manning has thrown TD passes in 29 of 31 NFL venues in his regular-season career. The only sites he played in and failed to toss a regular
    season TD pass are the TWA Dome (St. Louis) and Qwest Field (Seattle). He threw TD passes in four former NFL sites (Foxboro Stadium,
    Veteran’s Stadium, Kingdome, Husky Stadium). He has never played in a regular season game in University of Phoenix Stadium, the
    Metrodome, McAfee Coliseum, Lincoln Financial Field.
ü   Manning has seven 400+ career games and ranks among the NFL leaders (13, Marino; 7, Joe Montana; 7, Warren Moon).
ü   Manning had multiple touchdown passes in the first 13 games of 2004, setting the NFL mark for the most consecutive multiple-TD games
    to start a season (12, Unitas, 1959) and setting the NFL record for most overall consecutive games with multiple touchdown passes (12,
    Unitas, 1959; 12, Don Meredith, Dallas, 1965-66; 12, Marino, 1986-87; 12, Brett Favre, 1994-95).
ü   Manning tossed 14 touchdowns to WR-Marvin Harrison, 11 touchdowns to WR-Reggie Wayne and 10 to WR-Brandon Stokley in
    2004 and became the only NFL QB with 10+ seasonal touchdown passes to three receivers.
ü   Manning has 159 touchdown passes in the RCA Dome, a total that, since 1970, ranks among the most for quarterbacks in a single venue
    (199*, Brett Favre, Lambeau Field (NFL record); 180, John Elway, Mile High Stadium; 155, Dan Marino, Pro Player Stadium).
ü   Manning has 20,087 passing yards in 76 games in the RCA Dome, a total that, since 1970, ranks among the most for quarterbacks in a
    single venue (27,889 in 119 games, Elway, Mile High Stadium; 26,850 in 114 games, Favre, Lambeau Field; 23,950 in 92 games, Marino,
    Pro Player Stadium; 23,585 in 94 games, Dan Fouts, Jack Murphy Stadium).
ü   Manning and WR-Marvin Harrison have combined for 107 TDs, the most by a QB-WR tandem in NFL history (85, Steve Young-Jerry
    Rice, 1987-99, San Francisco; 79, Dan Marino-Mark Clayton, 1983-92, Miami; 65, Jim Kelly-Andre Reed, 1986-96, Buffalo; 63, John
    Unitas-Raymond Berry, 1955-67, Colts; 56, John Hadl-Lance Alworth, 1962-70, San Diego; 55, Marino-Mark Duper, 1983-92,
    Miami; 55, Joe Montana-Jerry Rice, 1985-92, San Francisco).
ü   Manning and Harrison have combined for 898 completions and 12,155 yards. Manning and Harrison own the NFL records for most
    completions and yards by a tandem. The previous NFL records for most completions was 663 for Jim Kelly and Andre Reed, and that duo
    had owned the NFL yardage mark of 9,538.
ü   WR-Marvin Harrison (1,042-13,944, 123 TDs) ranks 1st in Colts career receptions, yards and touchdown receptions. He moved past WR-
    Raymond Berry (631-9,275, 68 TDs) in each category. Harrison broke the yardage record vs. Carolina 10/12/03. All of Berry’s club
    records stood since 1967.
ü   Harrison has receptions in a club-record 175 consecutive games. Harrison is 1st in club history in games with a reception (142, Raymond
    Berry).
ü   Harrison has receptions in the first 175 games of his career, the longest streak in NFL history for a player from the start of his career (158,
    RB-Marshall Faulk).
ü   Harrison has receptions in 175 consecutive games, the longest streak among active players.
ü   Harrison (175) ranks among the NFL leaders in most consecutive games with a reception (274, Jerry Rice; 183, Art Monk; 179, Tim
    Brown; 177, Steve Largent).
ü   Harrison is the only player in NFL history with 100+ receptions in four consecutive years.
ü   Harrison (13,972) is 1st in Colts history in career yards from scrimmage.
ü   Harrison (59) holds the club record for most 100+ receiving games.
ü   Harrison (59) is 2nd in NFL career 100+ games (76, Jerry Rice; 59*, Harrison; 52*, Randy Moss; 50, Don Maynard; 47, Michael Irvin;
    46, Jimmy Smith; 44*, Torry Holt; 43, Tim Brown; 43, James Lofton; 43*, Isaac Bruce; 41, Terrell Owens.
ü   Harrison has 5 career 4-game 100+ streaks. His 4-game streaks are 2 games behind the club record streak of Raymond Berry (6, 1960).
ü   Harrison had 10 100+ games in 2002, setting a new club seasonal record, besting his prior record of 9 set in 1999, while he had 8 in 2000.
    Harrison’s 9 in 1999 tied (with 11 others) for the 3rd-best seasonal total in NFL history behind Michael Irvin (11, Dallas, 1995), Charley
    Hennigan (10, Houston, 1961), Herman Moore (10, Detroit , 1995), Harrison (10, 2002) and Torry Holt (10, St. Louis, 2003).
ü   Harrison (123) is 1st in Colts career TDs (113, Lenny Moore) and surpassed Raymond Berry (68) in career TD receptions vs. Dallas
    11/17/02. He surpassed Moore 11/5/06 at New England. The Colts are the only NFL team with two players with 100+ career touchdowns.
ü   Harrison ranks 8th in NFL career total touchdowns (208, Jerry Rice; 175, Emmitt Smith; 145, Marcus Allen; 136, Marshall Faulk; 131,
    Cris Carter; 126, Jim Brown; 125, Walter Payton; 123*, Harrison; 122*, Terrell Owens; 119*, LaDainian Tomlinson; 116, John
    Riggins; 114*, Randy Moss; 113, Lenny Moore; 109*, Shaun Alexander; 109, Barry Sanders; 105, Tim Brown; 105, Don Hutson;
    101, Steve Largent; 100, Franco Harris; 100*, Curtis Martin; 96, Eric Dickerson; 94*, Priest Holmes; 94, Jerome Bettis; 93, Jim
    Taylor).
ü   Harrison (1999-06) has had 8 consecutive 10+-TD reception seasons (15, 2001; 15, 2004; 14, 2000; 12, 1999; 12, 2005; 12, 2006; 11,
    2002; 10, 2003) and owns the double-digit club receiving record (2, Raymond Berry, 1959-60), while the only other 10+ seasons were
    recorded by Reggie Wayne (12, 2004), Jimmy Orr (11, 1962; 10, 1965), Roger Carr (11, 1976) and Brandon Stokley (10, 2004). Eight
    10+-TD career seasons surpass the prior club mark of Lenny Moore (5, 1957-58; 60-61, 64) for the most in club history, while Harrison is
    the only Colts player with eight consecutive 10+ seasons.
ü   Harrison (1999-06) is the only NFL player with 10+ touchdown receptions in the last eight consecutive seasons.
ü   Harrison has 748 career points, 3rd in Colts history and 1st among non-kickers (995, K-Mike Vanderjagt; 783, K-Dean Biasucci; 678, RB-
    Lenny Moore).
ü   Harrison ranks among the league-bests in multiple-touchdown receiving games (44, Rice; 29, Carter; 28, Don Hutson; 28*, Harrison;
    27*, Owens).
ü   Harrison posted his 8th 1,000+ reception yardage season in 2006 (1,366), and he has 8 of the 16 achieved in club history. Raymond Berry
    (1,298, 1960), Reggie Wayne (1,210, 2004; 1,055, 2005; 1,310, 2006), Bill Brooks (1,131, 1986), Brandon Stokley (1,077, 2004), Reggie
    Langhorne (1,038, 1993) and Roger Carr (1,012, 1976) are the other Colts to have a 1,000+ season. From 1999-03, Harrison set then the
    5 highest seasonal reception and yardage totals in the Colts history (115-1,663, 1999; 102-1,413, 2000; 109-1,524, 2001; 143-1,722, 2002;
    94-1,272, 2003).
ü   Harrison became the 69th NFL player with 500 career receptions with 12-127, 1 TD vs. NYJ 12/23/01 and became the 28th NFL player with
    600 career receptions with 14-138, 2 TDs vs. Dallas 11/17/02. He reached 600 receptions in 102 career games, the fastest streak in games
    played to that plateau in NFL history (118, Herman Moore, Det roit). He became the 15th player with 700 career receptions vs. Carolina
    10/12/03. He reached 700 in his 114th game, the fastest streak in games played to that plateau in NFL history (139, Jerry Rice, San
    Francisco). He reached 800 in his 131st game, the fastest streak in games played to that plateau in NFL history (154, Rice). He reached 900
    in his 149th game, the fastest streak in games played to that plateau in NFL history (168, Rice). He reached 1,000 in his 167th game, the
    fastest streak in games played to that plateau in NFL history (181, Rice ).
ü   Harrison has the most receptions over the 1st 7 (665), 8 (759), 9 (845), 10 (927) and 11 (1,022) seasons of a career than any NFL receiver.
ü   Harrison’s 143 receptions in 2002 bested the prior NFL seasonal record of Herman Moore (123, 1995).
ü   Harrison (1,722) produced his 3rd 1,500+ season in 2002, and it ranks behind Jerry Rice (4, 1986, 1990, 1993, 1995) for 2nd-most in NFL
    history. Harrison (3, 1999, 2001, 2002) was tied with Michael Irvin (2, 1991, 1995), Charley Hennigan (2, 1961, 1964, Houston Oilers,
    AFL) and Torry Holt (2, 2000, 2003, St. Louis). Harrison is the only NFL player to post consecutive 1,500+ seasons. Only 10 other
    players have achieved one 1,500+ season.
ü   Harrison has averaged 6.0 receptions per game (1,042 in 175 games) for his career, among the best averages in NFL history.
ü   With 1,042 career receptions marking a Colts franchise record, Harrison’s total ranks 3rd-best among all NFL teams’ career reception
    leaders (1,281, Jerry Rice, San Francisco, 1985-00; 1,070, Tim Brown, Oakland, 1988-03).
ü   Harrison (1,042) ranks 4th among the NFL’s career reception leaders (1,549, Jerry Rice; 1,101, Cris Carter; 1,094, Tim Brown).
ü   Harrison (13,944) ranks 4th among the NFL’s career reception yardage leaders (22,895, Jerry Rice; 14,934, Tim Brown; 14,004, James
    Lofton; 13,944*, Marvin Harrison; 13,899, Cris Carter; 13,777, Henry Ellard; 13,701*, Isaac Bruce).
ü   With 13,944 career reception yards marking a Colts franchise record, Harrison’s total ranks 3rd-best among all NFL teams’ career reception
    yard leaders (19,247, Jerry Rice, San Francisco, 1985-00; 14,734, Tim Brown, Oakland, 1988-03; 13,701*, Isaac Bruce, St. Louis, 1994-
    present).
ü   Harrison (123) is one of 8 NFL players with 90+ career touchdown receptions (197, Jerry Rice; 130, Cris Carter; 123*, Marvin
    Harrison; 120*, Terrell Owens; 113*, Randy Moss; 100, Steve Largent; 100, Tim Brown; 99, Don Hutson).
ü   Harrison reached 100 touchdown receptions in 143 games, the 4th-fastest pace in NFL history (Jerry Rice, 120 games; Randy Moss, 129;
    Terrell Owens, 141; Cris Carter, 180; Steve Largent, 198; Tim Brown, 243).
ü   Harrison (86) set the club record for most games with a touchdown reception 11/30/03 vs. New England, snapping the mark of WR-
    Raymond Berry (56). Harrison’s games with touchdown receptions by season: 1996-6; 1997-6; 1998-5; 1999-8; 2000-10; 2001-9; 2002-
    8; 2003-6; 2004-11; 2005-9; 2006-7; 2007-1.
ü   Harrison has 100+ outings against 27 of 31 opponents (7-New England; 6-Houston; 4-Miami; Tennessee; 3-Jacksonville; Kansas City;
    NYG; San Diego; 2-Buffalo; Cincinnati; Cleveland; Denver; Detroit; NYJ; Philadelphia; 1-Atlanta; Baltimore; Carolina; Dallas; Minnesota;
    New Orleans; Oakland; Pittsburgh; San Francisco; Seattle; Tampa Bay; Washington). He does not have 100+ games against Arizona (0-2),
    Chicago (0-2), Green Bay (0-3) and St. Louis (0-2). His 100+ outing by years: 1996-2; 1997-0; 1998-2; 1999-9; 2000-8; 2001-6; 2002-10;
    2003-6; 2004-4; 2005-6; 2006-6; 2007-0.
ü   K-Adam Vinatieri produced his 11th consecutive 100+-point season in 2006, with the NFL record being 14 consecutive to open a career
    (14, Jason Elam, Denver (current).
ü   Vinatieri’s FG career totals are: 102-131, .779 vs. AFC East; 33-38, .868 vs. AFC North; 56-65, .862 vs. AFC South; 38-49, .776 vs. AFC
    West; 27-31, .871 vs. NFC East; 16-17, .941 vs. NFC North; 15-17, .882 vs. NFC South; 17-19, .895 vs. NFC West. He is 88-99, .889 on
    turf and 216-268, .806 on grass. He is 155-188, .824 at home; 149-179, .832 on the road. He is 57-60 .950 indoors and 247-307, .805
    outdoors. Vinatieri has FGs against every team.
ü   DE-Dwight Freeney (16, 2004; 13, 2002) set the club record and club rookie record for most sacks (12, Chad Bratzke, 1999; 11, LB-
    Vernon Maxwell (rookie), 1983). There have been only 12 10+-sack seasons (since sacks became official in 1982) in Colts history (16,
    Freeney, 2004; 13, Freeney, 2002; 12, Bratzke, 1999; 11.5, LB-Johnie Cooks, 1984; 11.5, DE-Robert Mathis, 2005; 11, Freeney, 2003;
    11, Maxwell, 1983; 11, Freeney, 2005; 10.5, DE-Tony Bennett, 1995; 10.5, DE-Dan Footman, 1997; 10.5, Mathis, 2004; 10, DE-Jon
    Hand, 1989). The only NFL rookie who had more sacks than Freeney was (DE-Jevon Kearse, 14.5, Tenn., 1999).
ü   Freeney has sacks in 43 of 87 career games and in 37 of 74 starts. The club is 34-9 when Freeney produces a sack. He has 31 career forced
    fumbles, and the club is 18-5 when he forces fumbles. He has 14 multiple-sack games and 6 career multiple-forced fumble games.
ü   Freeney has 60 career sacks and ranks 3rd among NFL players for the most sacks over the first three seasons of a career (52, Reggie White ;
    43.5, Derrick Thomas; 40, Freeney; 37.5, Richard Dent; 36, Jevon Kearse; 36, Anthony Smith) and the first four seasons of a career
    (70, White; 58, Thomas, 51, Freeney). Freeney is 1st in Colts career sacks (50, LB-Duane Bickett). From 2002-03, he ranked among the
    NFL’s top five in most sacks after the first 2 career seasons (31, White; 30, Thomas; 26, Jevon Kearse).
ü   In 25 seasons as an NFL head coach or assistant, Tony Dungy’s defenses have scored 72 touchdowns. Since 1970, only 11 teams have
    scored as many as seven seasonal defensive touchdowns, and four of those belong to Dungy.
ü   As a head coach, Dungy’s teams own a 105-26 record when scoring 17+ points.
ü   As a head coach, Dungy owns a 91-9 record in games when his team has established a 10+-point lead.
ü   As a head coach, Dungy owns a 68-1 record in games when his team has established a 14+-point lead.
ü   As a head coach, Dungy’s teams have earned a 60-28 record in the second halves of his seasons (1996-07) with Colts and Bucs (5-3, 1996;
    5-3, 1997; 4-4, 1998; 7-1, 1999; 6-2, 2000; 5-3, 2001; 6-2, 2002; 5-3, 2003; 7-1, 2004; 6-2, 2005; 4-4, 2006). Since 1999, his record is 46-
    18.
ü   As a head coach from 1996-05, Dungy’s teams have always ranked among the least penalized in the NFL (1996: 95 penalties, T9th; 1997:
    77, 1st; 1998: 99, 7th ; 1999: 75, 2nd; 2000: 82, 3rd; 2001: 77, 6th ; 2002: 91, 7th ; 2003: 92, T6th; 2004: 106, T10th; 2005: 94, T2nd; 2006:
    86, 7th).
ü   Under Dungy, the club is +54 in turnover ratio (2002: -5 (32 giveaways:27 takeaways); 2003: +10 (20:30); 2004: +19 (17:36); 2005: +12
    (19:31); 2006: +7 (19:26); 2007: +11 (7:18).
ü   Dungy marks club’s progress by breaking down seasons in four-game increments. Colts record during those four-game increments: 2002:
    1st four games – 3-1; 2nd four games – 1-3; 3rd four games – 4-0; 4th four games – 2-2; 2003: 1s t four games – 4-0; 2nd four games – 3-1; 3rd
    four games – 2-2; 4th four games – 3-1; 2004: 1s t four games – 3-1; 2nd four games – 2-2; 3rd four games – 4-0; 4 th four games – 3-1; 2005:
    1st four games – 4-0; 2nd four games – 4-0; 3rd four games – 4-0; 4th four games – 2-2; 2006: 1s t four games – 4-0; 2nd four games – 4-0; 3rd
    four games – 2-2; 4th four games – 2-2; 2007: 1s t four games – 4-0; 2nd four games – 3-1; 3rd four games – 0-0; 4 th four games – 0-0.
ü   Dungy seasonal record with Colts by month: September – 2002: 2-1; 2003: 4-0; 2004: 2-1; 2005: 3-0; 2006: 3-0; 2007: 4-0; Total:
    18-2; October – 2002: 2-2; 2003: 2-1; 2004: 2-2; 2005: 4-0; 2006: 4-0; 2007: 3-0; Total: 17-5; November – 2002: 3-1; 2003: 3-2;
    2004: 4-0; 2005: 4-0; 2006: 3-1; 2007: 0-1; Total: 17-5; December – 2002: 3-2; 2003: 3-1; 2004: 4-0; 2005: 2-2; 2006: 2-3; 2007:
    0-0; Total: 14-8; January – 2004: 0-1; 2005: 1-0; Total: 1-1.
ü   Indianapolis won its first 13 games in 2005 by a margin of seven or more points. In doing so, the club set the NFL seasonal record of most
    consecutive wins by at least seven points, besting the previous mark of eleven held by the 1942 Chicago Bears.
ü   In 2006, Indianapolis had 6,070 net yards to produce its 9th consecutive season with 5,000+ yards (5,116; 1998; 5,726, 1999; 6,141, 2000;
    5,955, 2001; 5,616, 2002; 5,874, 2003; 6,475, 2004; 5,799, 2005; 6,070, 2006), while Manning(*) has engineered 9 of the 14 5,000+ seasons
    in club history (6,475*, 2004; 6,141*, 2000; 6,070*, 2006; 5,955*, 2001; 5,874*, 2003; 5,799*, 2005; 5,726*, 1999; 5,616*, 2002; 5,236,
    1976; 5,206, 1980; 5,116*, 1998; 5,108, 1983; 5,008, 1967; 5,006, 1985).
ü   In 2006 and for the 3rd consecutive season, the Colts scored more touchdowns than the club had punts (2004: 66 touchdowns, 54 punts;
    2005: 53 touchdowns, 52 punts; 2006: 50 touchdowns, 48 punts), marking only the 4th time in club history to achieve that feat (1958: 50
    touchdowns, 49 punts).
ü   Indianapolis converted 56.1 percent (105/187) of 3rd-down conversions in 2006 to break the NFL mark the team set in 1976 (54.5 percent,
    109-200). The NFL has charted 3rd-down conversions officially in 1981, and the 1982 Cincinnati Bengals (54.1) are the only other team to
    convert more than 54 percent during a season.
ü   Indianapolis is the only NFL team to keep its starting quarterback (Peyton Manning), offensive coordinator (Tom Moore) and offensive
    line coach (Howard Mudd) intact for the past 10 seasons.
ü   Offensive line coach Howard Mudd (San Diego 1974-76; San Francisco 1977; Seattle 1978-82, 93-97; Cleveland 1983-88; Kansas City
    1989-92; Colts 1998-present) is in his 34th consecutive season as an NFL assistant coach, while offensive coordinator Tom Moore
    (Pittsburgh 1977-89; Minnesota 1990-93; Detroit 1994-96; New Orleans 1997; Colts 1998-present) is in his 31st consecutive season in the
    NFL, the longest and 2nd-longest current streaks among all NFL assistant coaches.
ü   RB Coach Gene Huey has served for 248 games, the most games by an assistant (position) coach in Colts history.
ü   Since 1998, the Colts have played 24 turnover-free games and own a 22-2 mark while averaging 32.5 points in those games (780).
ü   List of all-time Colts players who have participated in the most winning games from 1953-present (errors corrected with documentation):
    132 games, QB-John Unitas; 109, P-David Lee; 107, LB-Don Shinnick; 107, WR-Marvin Harrison; 106, DE-Ordell Braase; 105,
    C/LB-Dick Szymanski; 99, QB-Peyton Manning; 98, OG/T-Dan Sullivan; 97, DB-Jerry Logan; 97, OG-Alex Sandusky; 97, OT-Bob
    Vogel; 96, RB-Tom Matte; 96, P-Hunter Smith; 94, WR-Raymond Berry; 92, TE-John Mackey; 92, OT-Tarik Glenn; 91, DT-Fred
    Miller; 91, C-Jeff Saturday. Other active Colts leaders: 83, TE-Justin Snow.
ü   Manning and Saturday have started 117 games together and rank among the top QB-C tandems in games started together since 1970,
    while ranking as the top active tandem: (157, Jim Kelly/Kent Hull; 123, Favre/Frank Winters; 120, Steve Bartkowski/Jeff Van Note ;
    106, Phil Simms/Bart Oates; 105, Dan Fouts/Don Macek).
ü   Indianapolis holds a home record of 104-84 from 1984-present. Prior to the start of the 1998 season with the arrival of Bill Polian and
    Peyton Manning, the club was 12 games below .500 at home. The club’s worst home winning percentage occurred three times during the
    1994 season when it was 16 games below .500. The club reached 15 games below .500 one time during the 1998 season. The 35-14 win vs.
    Oakland on 10/10/04 allowed the club to reach .500 for the first time. The Colts reached .500 again with a 31-28 win vs. Minnesota on
    11/8/04, and a 49-14 win over Houston on 11/14/04 gave the club its first-ever record over .500. The best the club has been at home is 21
    games over .500 (104-83).
ü   From 1999-06, Indianapolis is the only NFL team to make the playoffs in 7 of the last 8 years (6 times: Philadelphia; 5 times: New
    England, St. Louis, Seattle, Tampa Bay; 4 times: Tennessee, Green Bay, Denver, NY Giants, Baltimore, NY Jets, Pittsburgh; 3 times:
    Miami, Oakland, Dallas, Minnesota, Chicago; 2 times: Carolina, San Francisco, Atlanta, San Diego, Washington, Jacksonville, New
    Orleans, Kansas City; 1 time: Buffalo, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit; No times: Houston, Arizona).
ü   Since the 2002 NFL Realignment, Indianapolis is the only team to post five playoff appearances and five 10+-victory seasons.
ü   Indianapolis has won its fourth consecutive division title, and accomplishing the feat makes the Colts the 14th team since the 1970 Merger
    to win 4+ consecutive division titles: (7, LA Rams, NFC West, 1973-79; 6, Minnesota, NFC Central, 1973-78; 6, Pittsburgh, AFC
    Central, 1974-79; 5, Oakland, AFC West, 1972-76; 5, Chicago, NFC Central, 1984-88; 5, San Francisco, NFC West, 1986-90; 5, Dallas,
    NFC East, 1992-96; 4, Miami , AFC East, 1971-74; 4, Dallas, NFC East, 1976-79; 4, Buffalo, AFC East, 1988-91; 4, San Francisco, NFC
    West, 1992-95; 4, Pittsburgh, AFC Central, 1994-97; 4, Philadelphia, NFC East, 2001-04). New England became the 15th with 4+
    consecutive division titles by winning the AFC East in 2006.
                                                QUARTERBACK PEYTON MANNING
  REWRITING THE RECORD BOOKS: Manning owns club records
with 15 4+-TD games, six 5+-TD games and seven 400+-yard games. His                          IN 152 CAREER GAMES, MANNING HAS
472 passing yards at Kansas City 10/31/04 marked a franchise-best. In                             RECORDED THE FOLLOWING:
2004, Manning’s seasonal completion percentage (67.6), touchdowns (49),                  Category                   No. of Times
passing yardage (4,557) and passer rating (121.1) all marked club records.               3+ Touchdown Passes            44
He set the club career completions mark vs. Houston 9/17/06, while he
                                                                                         4+ Touchdown Passes                          15
surpassed the club record in pass attempts and TD passes at Carolina
10/28/07. Manning set the single-game club mark with six TD passes at                    5+ Touchdown Passes                            6
New Orleans 9/28/03. He also had six TD passes at Detroit 11/25/04 his                   300+ Passing Yards                           41
second 6-TD performance. He holds an NFL record with seven career                        400+ Passing Yards                             7
4,000+ passing seasons, while his 289 career TDs rank 7th all-time.
                                                                                         100+ Rating Games                            57
          NFL ALL-TIME CAREER PASSING LEADERS
                                                                                         20+ Completion Games                        108
        TOUCHDOWNS                            PASSING YARDS
  1.   Brett Favre*         427       1.   Dan Marino        61,361                      Games with TD pass                          135
  2.   Dan Marino           420       2.   Brett Favre*      59,906                      50+ Completion Percentage                   145
  3.   Fran Tarkenton       342       3.   John Elway        51,475                      55+ Completion Percentage                   130
  4.   John Elway           300       4.   Warren Moon       49,325
                                                                                         60+ Completion Percentage                   107
  5.   Warren Moon          291       5.   Fran Tarkenton    47,003
  6.   John Unitas          290       6.   Vinny Testaverde* 45,569                      Colts scored 30+ Points                      56
  7.   Peyton Manning*      289       7.   Drew Bledsoe      44,611                      Produced 100+ Receiver                       97
  8.   Joe Montana          273       8.   Dan Fouts         43,040                      Red Zone TD: Int Ratio                   172:18
  9.   Vinny Testaverde*    271       9.   Joe Montana       40,551
 10.   Dave Krieg           261      10.   John Unitas       40,239                PEYDIRT: Manning (1998-06) has 20+ TD passes in 9 consecutive
 11.   Sonny Jurgensen      255      11.   Peyton Manning* 39,419                seasons, extending his club record. Manning owns 9 of 19 20+-TD sea-
 12.   Dan Fouts            254      12.   Dave Krieg        38,147              sons in club history (6, Unitas; 3, Jones; 1, Earl Morrall), but only Unitas
 13.   Drew Bledsoe         251      13.   Boomer Esiason    37,920              (1959-60, 65-66) and Jones (1980-81) were able to exceed 20 TDs in con-
   IRONMAN: Manning has started the first 152 games of his career (the           secutive seasons. Manning (1998-06) is the only NFL QB with 25+ touch-
longest career-opening streak of any QB in NFL history and the longest           downs passes in nine consecutive seasons. He snapped Marino’s NFL
streak in Colts history) and has produced 99 career starting wins, second-       mark of 48 single-season TDs with his 48th and 49th TD passes vs. San
most in Colts history (116, Unitas). Manning is one of three NFL QBs to          Diego 12/26/04. Manning owns one of four 40+ seasons in NFL history
have defeated 31 other NFL teams (Tom Brady, Brett Favre). Manning’s             (48, Marino, 1984; 44, Marino, 1986; 41, Kurt Warner, 1999). He owns
starting record is 99-53 despite starting his career 3-13 as a rookie in 1998.   three of the franchise’s four 30+-TD seasons (49, Manning, 2004; 33,
His 96 wins from 1999-07 are the most in the NFL. Manning has won 10+            Manning, 2000; 32, John Unitas, 1959; 31, Manning, 2006).
games in a season 7 times (1999-00, 2002-06), 1st among Colts QBs (3,
                                                                                     MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WITH 20+-TD PASSES
Unitas; 3, Jones). His 152-game start streak is 2nd-longest in the NFL his-
                                                                                       Player             Cons. Seasons
tory (245, Brett Favre).
                                                                                       Brett Favre        12 seasons (1994-2005)
       MOST CAREER STARTING WINS IN NFL HISTORY                                        Dan Marino         10 seasons (1983-92)
                                                                                       Peyton Manning      9 seasons (1998-present)
        Rank       Name           Record                  Pct.
          1.       Brett Favre*   154- 91-0              .629                        MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WITH 25+-TD PASSES
          2.       John Elway     148- 82-1              .643                          Player             Cons. Seasons
          3.       Dan Marino     147- 93-0              .613                          Peyton Manning      9 seasons (1998-present)
          4.       Fran Tarkenton 125-109-6              .533                          Dan Marino          5 seasons (1984-88)
          5.       John Unitas    119- 63-4              .651                          Brett Favre         5 seasons (1994-98)
          6.       Joe Montana    117- 47-0              .713
          7.       Terry Bradshaw 107- 51-0              .677
          8.       Warren Moon    102- 98-0              .510                          NFL ALL-TIME CAREER COMPLETIONS LEADERS
          9.       Jim Kelly      101- 59-0              .631
         10.       Peyton Manning* 99- 53-0              .651                                       1.     5,226     Brett Favre*
                                                                                                    2.     4,967     Dan Marino
   MANNING has taken every snap in 129 of 152 games. Manning took                                   3.     4,123     John Elway
all 982 of the team’s snaps in 1998 and 958 of the team’s 979 snaps in                              4.     3,988     Warren Moon
1999 (he took 1,590 cons. to open career). He took every snap during the                            5.     3,839     Drew Bledsoe
2002 season, and had a streak of 1,631 consecutive snaps end at New                                 6.     3,725     Vinny Testaverde*
Orleans 9/28/03. He took all 1,011 of the team’s snaps in 2006, and has                             7.     3,686     Fran Tarkenton
taken 509 of the team’s 522 snaps in 2007. He has taken 9,341 of 9,600                              8.     3,409     Joe Montana
possible snaps from 1998-07. The only other QBs to take snaps from                                  9.     3,299     Peyton Manning*
scrimmage during Manning’s career are Steve Walsh (21, 1999), Mark                                 10.     3,297     Dan Fouts
Rypien (22, 2001), Brock Huard (22, 2003) and Jim Sorgi (74, 2004; 102,
2005; 13, 2007). P-Hunter Smith took one snap in 2000 (fake FG), 2003            Manning reached 3,000 completions in his 139th career game vs.
(fake FG), 2004 (fake punt) and 2005 (fake FG). RB-Edgerrin James took           Philadelphia 11/26/06, marking the fastest player in league history to reach
one direct snap in 2005. Manning has missed one career snap due to               3,000 career completions (146 games, Dan Marino and Drew Bledsoe).
injury (vs. Miami, 11/11/01).
                                           2007 PEYTON MANNING GAME-BY-GAME
DATE          OPPONENT           Att-Comp.      Yds.    Pct.     TD     INT              LG       Rat.            Result
09/06         vs. New Orleans      30-18         288    60.0      3      0               45t     125.4            W 41-10
09/16         at Tennessee         42-28         312    66.7      1      1               37       86.6            W 22-20
09/23         at Houston           29-20         273    69.0      1      0               64      110.3            W 30-24
09/30         vs. Denver           27-20         193    74.1      3      0               27      130.6            W 38-20
10/07         vs. Tampa Bay        37-29         253    78.4      2      1               21      101.9            W 33-14
10/22         at Jacksonville      37-23         259    62.2      1      1               35t      80.8            W 29- 7
10/28         at Carolina          30-14         255    46.7      2      0               59t      98.6            W 31- 7
11/04         vs. New England      27-16         225    59.3      1      1               73t      83.1            L 20-24
11/11         at San Diego
11/18         vs. Kansas City
11/22         at Atlanta
12/02         vs. Jacksonville
12/09         at Baltimore
12/16         at Oakland
12/23         vs. Houston
12/30         vs. Tennessee
 TOTAL                            259-168       2,058         64.9        14     4       73t     100.8            7-1

Category     1998 AFC/NFL 1999 AFC/NFL 2000 AFC/NFL 2001 AFC/NFL 2002 AFC/NFL 2003 AFC/NFL 2004 AFC/NFL
Comp.         326     1/2  331   1/3    357    1/1   343    2/3   392    2/2   379   1/1    336   2/4
Attempts      575     1/1  533   2/4    571    2/3   547    2/5   591    4/4   566   1/2    497   4/8
Comp. Pct.    56.7   9/19  62.1  1/2    62.5   2/5   62.7   3/6   66.3   4/4   67.0  1/1    67.6  1/3
Yards        3,739    1/3 4,135  1/3   4,413   1/1  4,131   1/2  4,200   3/3  4,267  1/1   4,557  2/3
Yds./Att.    6.50   10/20  7.76  1/4    7.73   2/5   7.55   2/5   7.11  7/10   7.53  3/4     9.2  1/1
TDs            26     2/5   26   1/3     33   1/1*    26    2/5    27   2/2*    29   1/2     49   1/1
Rating        71.2  12/23  90.7  1/4    94.7   2/6   84.1  4/8*   88.8   4/6   99.0  2/2   121.1  1/1

Category     2005 AFC/NFL 2006 AFC/NFL 2007 AFC/NFL
Comp.         305    5/6   362   1/3    168    3/8
Attempts      453   9/13   557   1/4    259   3/10
Comp. Pct.    67.3   3/3   65.0  2/3    64.9  8/12
Yards        3,747  5/7   4,397  1/2   2,058   4/7
Yds./Att.     8.3   2/2    7.89  1/4    7.95   4/5
TDs            28    2/2    31   1/1     14    5/6
Rating       104.1   1/1  101.0  1/1   100.8   4/4

                                            PEYTON MANNING CAREER PASSING TOTALS
YEAR            ST/PL             Att-Comp.         Yds.    Pct.      TD       INT               LG            Rat.
1998            16/16              575-326         3,739    56.7       26        28              78t           71.2
1999            16/16              533-331         4,135    62.1       26        15              80t           90.7
2000            16/16              571-357         4,413    62.5       33        15              78t           94.7
2001            16/16              547-343         4,131    62.7       26        23              86t           84.1
2002            16/16              591-392         4,200    66.3       27        19              69            88.8
2003            16/16              566-379         4,267    67.0       29        10              79t           99.0
2004            16/16              497-336         4,557    67.6       49        10              80t          121.1
2005            16/16              453-305         3,747    67.3       28        10              80t          104.1
2006            16/16              557-362         4,397    65.0       31         9              68t          101.0
2007             8/8               259-168         2,058    64.9       14         4              73t          100.8
TOTAL          152/152           5,149-3,299      39,644    64.1     289       143               86t           94.7

                                            MANNING AMONG COLTS QUARTERBACKS

    Attempts                 Completions                      Yards             Touchdowns                  Games
5,149    Manning           3,299    Manning             39,768      Unitas     289    Manning            206    Unitas
5,110    Unitas            2,796    Unitas              39,644      Manning    287    Unitas             152    Manning
2,464    Jones             1,382    Jones               17,663      Jones      122    Jones               98    Jones
1,536    Trudeau             874    George               9,647      Trudeau     49    Harbaugh            61    Trudeau
1,532    George              812    Trudeau              9,551      George      47    Morrall             53    Harbaugh
1,230    Harbaugh            746    Harbaugh             8,705      Harbaugh    41    Trudeau             52    George
1,154    Pagel               587    Pagel                7,474      Pagel       41    George              51    Morrall/Pagel
    MANNING AND MORE MILESTONES: Manning, a seven-time                          MISCELLANEOUS: Manning has 57 career 100+ rating games,
Pro Bowler (1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006), is the only play-       including three perfect rating games of 158.3 at NO 9/28/03, vs. NE
er in NFL history with 3,000 passing yards in each of his 1st 9 seasons, and   10/22/00 and at Phil. 11/10/02, the most by any NFL QB since 1973,
he owns 9 of the 15 3,000+ passing seasons in Colts history (3, Unitas; 3,     when the rating system was instituted. The Colts are 49-8 in those 57
Bert Jones). Manning is the only QB in NFL history to throw for 12,000+        games. He has recorded 41 300+-yard efforts, ranking 1st in Colts histo-
yards in the 1st three seasons. Manning became the only NFL QB with 4          ry (26, Unitas). In 2006, Manning became the second player in club his-
consecutive 4,000+ seasons in 2002, and he extended his streak of 4,000+       tory (Unitas, 1963) to record three consecutive 300+-yard games (vs.
seasons to five in 2003 and six in 2004, tying Dan Marino’s all-time NFL       Washington 10/22, at Denver 10/29, at New England 11/5). Manning has
mark. Manning posted his 7th 4,000+ season in 2006, a new NFL record.          27 career 50+-yard TD passes, including a career-high 6 in 2000. He has
                                                                               hit passes to 7 different players 42 times in his career and with 8+ play-
      MOST CONSECUTIVE 3,000+-YARD PASSING SEASONS
                                                                               ers 11 times. Manning had 472 passing yards at Kansas City 10/31/04.
          Player               Cons. Starts
                                                                               The 472 yards was a career best for Manning and marked his fifth career
          Brett Favre          15 seasons (1992-present)
                                                                               400+ passing game (440, vs. Jax. 9/25/00; 412 vs. Buf 9/23/01; 404, at
          Peyton Manning        9 seasons (1998-present)
                                                                               SD 9/26/99; 401, vs. NYJ 11/16/03). He had his sixth 400+ performance
          Dan Marino            9 seasons (1984-92)
                                                                               with 425 vs. Tennessee 12/5 and his seventh such game with 400 yards
      NFL QBs WITH MULTIPLE 4,000+ PASSING SEASONS                             vs. Houston 9/17/06. Manning is the only player in club history to throw
  7    Peyton Manning, Colts      1999-04, 06                                  for 400+ yards in multiple games.
  6    Dan Marino, Miami          1984-86, 88, 92, 94
                                                                                             MANNING’S TOP 10 RATING GAMES
  4    Warren Moon, Houston/Minn. 1990-91, Minn. 1994-95
                                                                                  Date       Opponent        Rating (Passing Totals)
  4    Brett Favre, Green Bay     1995, 98-99, 04
                                                                                 9/28/03     at New Orleans   158.3 (20-25-314, 6 TDs)
  3    Dan Fouts, San Diego       1979-81
                                                                                11/10/02     at Philadelphia  158.3 (18-23-319, 3 TDs)
  3    Drew Bledsoe, NE/Buff.     1994, 96, 02
                                                                                10/22/00     New England      158.3 (16-20-268, 3 TDs)
  3    Trent Green, Kansas City   2003-05
                                                                                 12/4/05     Tennessee        151.2 (13-17-187, 3 TDs)
  2    Steve Young, San Francisco 1993, 98
                                                                                12/14/03     Atlanta          146.5 (25-30-290, 5 TDs)
  2    Kurt Warner, St. Louis     1999, 01
                                                                                 11/8/04     Minnesota        144.8 (23-29-268, 4 TDs)
  MANNING PRODUCES YARDS: The Colts have had 9 cons. seasons                     10/2/05     at Tennessee     144.1 (20-27-264, 4 TDs)
of 5,000+ net yards offense. The team had a club-record 6,475 yards in           9/25/00     Jacksonville     143.3 (23-36-440, 4 TDs)
2004, snapping the record of 6,141 yards in 2000. The club hit 6,000+ yards     11/25/04     at Detroit       141.4 (23-28-236, 6 TDs)
for the third time with 6,070 in 2006. Manning has engineered 9 of the 14        9/26/04     Green Bay        140.9 (28-40-393, 5 TDs)
5,000+ seasons in club history (6,475, 2004; 6,141, 2000; 6,070, 2006;
5,955, 2001; 5,874, 2003; 5,799, 2005; 5,726, 1999; 5,616, 2002; 5,236,           MANNING TD PASSES BY TARGET: Marvin Harrison (107),
1976; 5,206, 1980; 5,116, 1998; 5,108, 1983; 5,008, 1967; 5,006, 1985).        Reggie Wayne (41), Marcus Pollard (34), Dallas Clark (20), Brandon
                                                                               Stokley (15), Edgerrin James (11), Torrance Small (7), Terrence Wilkins
               PEYTON MANNING BY THE YARDS
                                                                               (7), Ken Dilger (7), Jerome Pathon (6), Bryan Fletcher (5), Marshall
  PASSING YARDS (152 games)            TOTAL OFFENSE (152 games)               Faulk (4), Troy Walters (4), Joseph Addai (3), Qadry Ismail (3), James
  200+ yards    122 games              300+ yards     126 games                Mungro (3), E.G. Green (2), Ricky Williams (2), Jim Finn (1), Trevor
  250+ yards      85 games             350+ yards      89 games                Insley (1), Dan Klecko (1), Aaron Moorehead (1), Dominic Rhodes (1),
  300+ yards      41 games             400+ yards      41 games                Mike Roberg (1), Ben Utecht (1), Lamont Warren (1).
  350+ yards      17 games                                                        MANNING’S COMPLETIONS BY RECEIVERS (Top 10):
  400+ yards       7 games                                                     Marvin Harrison (898), Reggie Wayne (432), Edgerrin James (355),
                                                                               Marcus Pollard (249), Dallas Clark (154), Ken Dilger (150), Jerome
   MANNING AND HARRISON DUO: In 143 games, WR-Marvin                           Pathon (138), Brandon Stokley (134), Terrence Wilkins (117), Marshall
Harrison has been on the receiving end of 898 passes for 12,155 yards          Faulk (86).
and 107 TDs from QB-Peyton Manning, the most completions, yards and              MANNING’S YARDS BY RECEIVER (Top 10): Marvin Harrison
touchdowns by a tandem in NFL history. The duo passed Jim Kelly and            (12,155), Reggie Wayne (6,105), Marcus Pollard (3,143), Edgerrin James
Andre Reed’s mark of 663 passes vs. Minnesota 11/8/04 and Kelly and            (2,833), Dallas Clark (2,017), Brandon Stokley (1,794), Ken Dilger
Reed’s yardage mark 9/25/05 vs. Cleveland. Manning and Harrison                (1,663), Jerome Pathon (1,650), Terrence Wilkins (1,445), Marshall
snapped Steve Young and Jerry Rice’s NFL mark of 85 TDs by a QB-WR             Faulk (908).
tandem 10/17/05 vs. St. Louis. Kelly and Reed played in 147 games                MANNING TD PASSES BY QUARTER: First (66), Second (78),
together, while Young and Rice played in 137. Manning and Harrison             Third (76), Fourth (69).
connected on their 100th career TD pass 12/3/06 at Tennessee on a 68t.           “STREAKY MANNING”: Manning has had 8 career streaks of con-
Manning and Harrison had 63 TDs from 2000-04 for a new 5-year record           secutive games with TD passes extending into double digits, surpassing
by a tandem. The duo has hooked up 14 times for 50+-yard TDs.                  Hall of Fame QB-John Unitas (3) for the club record. He has 17 career
Harrison held a 13.1 yds/rec. avg. on 14 TDs (14-183) 1996-97 prior to         games without a TD pass, his last game without a TD pass coming at
Manning, but holds 23.6 yds/rec. avg. on 107 TDs (107-2,525) 1998-             Jacksonville 12/10/06. Manning hit scoring tosses in 27 straight games
present with Manning. Harrison has totaled 57 of his 59 career 100+            from 1998-1999. Manning owns 8 of the 12 10+-game streaks in club
games with Manning at QB.                                                      history (47 games, Unitas (NFL record); 27, Manning; 16, Manning; 13,
                                                                               Manning; 13, Manning; 12, Unitas; 12, Manning; 11, Manning*; 11,
       MOST PROLIFIC QB-WR TD DUOs IN NFL HISTORY                              Manning; 11, Manning; 10, Unitas; 10, Jim Harbaugh).

  Peyton Manning-Marvin Harrison, Colts, 1998-07                   107
                                                                                           MOST PROLIFIC ACTIVE QB-WR TD DUOs
  Steve Young-Jerry Rice, San Francisco, 1987-99                    85
  Dan Marino-Mark Clayton, Miami, 1983-92                           79           Peyton Manning-Marvin Harrison, Colts, 1998-07                 107
  Jim Kelly-Andre Reed, Buffalo, 1986-96                            65           Peyton Manning-Reggie Wayne, Colts, 2001-07                     41
  John Unitas-Raymond Berry, Colts, 1956-67                         63           Marc Bulger-Torry Holt, St. Louis, 2002-07                      41
                              PEYTON MANNING PASSING BREAKDOWN vs. AFC (Regular Season Only)
 TEAMS                    W-L ATTS         COMP          PCT.        YDS.       TD    INT           LG      SACKS        RATING
 AFC EAST                22-22 1532          940         0.614      10,821       68     56          73t      56-405         82.2
 AFC NORTH               13- 3  584          373         0.639        4360       28     14          80t      19-124         92.4
 AFC SOUTH               27- 7 1121          749         0.668        9150       67     21          76       34-221        103.9
 AFC WEST                12- 7  654          407         0.622        5028       33     16          63       27-176         92.6
 AFC TOTALS              74-39    3891       2469        0.635      29,359      196   107           80t     139-926          91.7
 NFC TOTALS              25-14    1258           830     0.660      10,285       93       36        86t      39-228         103.8
 LEAGUE TOTALS           99-53    5149       3299        0.641      39,644      289   143           86t     178-1154         94.7


                                                   MANNING IN ELITE COMPANY
         Peyton Manning has reached several key milestones for a quarterback in a short period of time. Here is a look at where he ranks
         in NFL history on how many games it took him to reach these milestones:
 100 TD Passes Games          150 TD Passes Games              200 TD Passes      Games     250 TD Passes        Games    300 TD Passes       Games
 Dan Marino     44            Dan Marino     62                Dan Marino           89      Dan Marino            128     Dan Marino            157
 Kurt Warner    50            Brett Favre    84                Peyton Manning      106      Peyton Manning        132     Brett Favre           167
 John Unitas    53            Peyton Manning 86                Brett Favre         107      Brett Favre           141     Fran Tarkenton        217
 Peyton Manning 56            John Unitas    87                John Unitas         121      John Unitas           149     John Elway            234

 20,000 Yards  Games          25,000 Yards  Games              30,000 Yards       Games     35,000 Yards    Games         40,000 Yards        Games
 Dan Marino     74            Dan Marino      92               Dan Marino          114      Dan Marino       134          Dan Marino            153
 Kurt Warner    76            Peyton Manning 97                Peyton Manning      115      Peyton Manning   135          Warren Moon           165
 Peyton Manning 78            Brett Favre    107               Warren Moon         125      Drew Bledsoe     145          Brett Favre           166
 Drew Bledsoe   83            Warren Moon    107               B. Favre/D. Bledsoe 126      B. Favre/W. Moon 147          Dan Fouts             168

  Manning ranks among the NFL’s top 10 career passing yardage leaders and all QBs taken as the first pick in the NFL Draft since 1970. Here’s a
look at each player’s total through nine seasons.
             NFL’S TOP 10 CAREER LEADING PASSERS AND A TEN-YEAR COMPARISON WITH PEYTON MANNING

Yards   Name                  Games        Att.        Comp.       Pct.      Yards        Yd/Att.     TD        Int.   Rating        Years
61,361  Dan Marino            151         5,284        3,128       59.2      39,502        7.48       290       165     87.8        1983-92
59,906* Brett Favre           145         4,931        2,997       60.8      34,706        7.04       255       157     86.0        1991-00
51,475  John Elway            144         4,339        2,375       54.7      30,216        6.96       158       157     73.8        1983-92
49,325  Warren Moon           141         4,546        2,632       57.9      33,685        7.41       196       166     80.4        1984-93
47,003  Fran Tarkenton        140         3,411        1,849       54.2      25,917        7.60       205       146     81.1        1961-70
45,569* Vinny Testaverde      129         3,707        2,029       54.7      26,252        7.08       157       168     72.4        1987-96
44,611  Drew Bledsoe          140         5,128        2,919       56.9      34,016        6.63       190       153     77.1        1993-02
43,040  Dan Fouts             121         3,533        2,053       58.1      27,139        7.68       162       154     79.6        1973-82
40,551  Joe Montana           138         3,673        2,322       63.2      27,533        7.50       190        99     92.0        1979-88
40,239  John Unitas           125         3,313        1,811       54.7      26,845        8.10       210       149     83.8        1956-65
39,644* Peyton Manning        152         5,149        3,299       64.1      39,644        7.70       289       143     94.7        1998-07

                   QBs TAKEN AS FIRST OVERALL DRAFT PICKS SINCE 1970 COMPLETE TEN-SEASON TOTALS
Name                        Games         Att.         Comp.       Pct.      Yards    Yd/Att.         TD        Int.     Rating      Years
Peyton Manning               152         5,149         3,299       64.1      39,644    7.70           289       143       94.7      1998-07
Troy Aikman                  140         4,011         2,479       61.8      28,346    7.07           141       115       82.8      1989-98
Jeff George                  125         3,731         2,162       57.9      26,045    6.98           147       104       81.0      1990-99
Drew Bledsoe                 140         5,128         2,919       56.9      34,016    6.63           190       153       77.1      1993-02
John Elway                   144         4,339         2,375       54.7      30,216    6.96           158       157       73.8      1983-92
Steve Bartkowski             118         3,219         1,802       56.0      22,732    7.06           149       140       75.5      1975-84
Vinny Testaverde             129         3,707         2,029       54.7      26,252    7.08           157       168       72.4      1987-96
Terry Bradshaw               129         2,859         1,474       51.6      19,918    6.97           147       163       67.5      1970-79
Jim Plunkett                 113         2,508         1,249       49.8      16,650    6.64           107       143       61.7      1971-80

                        MANNING AMONG NFL’S TOP LEADING PASSERS THROUGH FIRST TEN SEASONS
     Attempts                   Completions                          Yards                     Touchdowns                       Rating
  5,284    Marino             3,299    Manning                  39,644     Manning             290    Marino                 96.8    Young
  5,149    Manning            3,128    Marino                   39,502     Marino              289    Manning                94.7    Manning
  5,128    Bledsoe            2,997    Favre                    34,706     Favre               255    Favre                  93.1    Warner
  4,931    Favre              2,919    Bledsoe                  34,016     Bledsoe             223    Kelly                  92.0    Montana
  4,546    Moon               2,652    Kelly                    33,685     Moon                210    Unitas                 87.8    Marino
TOUCHDOWN PASSES FROM 1998-2007                     PASSING YARDS FROM 1998-2007                   PASSING YARDS FROM 1999-2007
 Peyton Manning          289                         Peyton Manning       39,644                    Peyton Manning      35,905
 Brett Favre             243                         Brett Favre          37,315                    Brett Favre         33,103
 Tom Brady               180                         Trent Green          27,950                    Kerry Collins       25,105
 Trent Green             162                         Kerry Collins        27,318                    Trent Green         24,509
 Donovan McNabb          161                         Jake Plummer         27,050                    Tom Brady           24,250
 Steve McNair            151                         Drew Bledsoe         26,263                    Donovan McNabb      24,124

                                 COLTS’ RECORD WHEN MANNING…
 RECORD WITH PEYTON UNDER CENTER     PASS ATTEMPTS            YARDS                                              INTERCEPTIONS
 Games Started:                152   Less than 20:        2-2 Less than 200:                            18-12    None:             50-9
 Overall:                    99-53   20-29 attempts:    31-11 200-299 yards:                            60-21    1 interception:  38-16
 Home:                       54-22   30-39 attempts:    53-18 300-399 yards:                            15-19    2 interceptions: 11-18
 Away:                       45-31   40-49 attempts:    12-16 400 or more:                                6-1    3 or more:        0-10
 On Grass:                   31-22   50 or more:          1-6
 On Turf:                    68-31
 Indoor:                     59-27   COMPLETIONS              TOUCHDOWNS                                         SACKS
 Outdoor:                    40-26   Less than 10:        1-2 None:                                       9-8    None:            40-17
 vs. AFC:                    74-39   10-19 completions: 26-15 1 touchdown:                              28-20    1 sack:           36-9
 vs. NFC:                    25-14   20-29 completions: 69-29 2 touchdowns:                             30-13    2 sacks:         14-15
 Overtime:                     3-2   30 or more:          3-7 3 or more:                                32-12    3 or more sacks: 9-12

   TOP TOUCHDOWN CONNECTIONS IN COLTS HISTORY                                     MOST GAMES 4+-TD PASSES IN A SEASON
 1.         107     Peyton Manning to Marvin Harrison                       6         Peyton Manning, Colts, 2004
 2.         63      John Unitas to Raymond Berry                            6         Dan Marino, Miami, 1984
 3.         43      John Unitas to Lenny Moore                              5         Donovan McNabb, Philadelphia, 2004
 t4.        41      John Unitas to Jimmy Orr                                5         Dan Marino, Miami, 1986
 t4.        41      Peyton Manning to Reggie Wayne                          5         Brett Favre, Green Bay, 1996
 6.         34      Peyton Manning to Marcus Pollard                        4         George Blanda, Houston, 1961
                                                                            4         Vince Ferragamo, LA Rams, 1980
            MOST CONSECUTIVE MULTIPLE-TD GAMES                              4         Steve Young, SF, 1994
       13         Peyton Manning, Colts, 2004                               4         Randall Cunningham, Minnesota, 1998
       12         John Unitas, Colts, 1959                                  4         Daunte Culpepper, Minnesota, 2004
       12         Don Meredith, Dallas, 1965-66                                       HIGHEST PASSER RATING (SEASON)
       12         Dan Marino, Miami, 1986-87
       12         Brett Favre, Green Bay, 1994-95                        121.1        Peyton Manning, Colts, 2004
                                                                         112.8        Steve Young, SF, 1994
       MOST GAMES 2+-TD PASSES TO START A SEASON                         112.4        Joe Montana, SF, 1989
                                                                         110.9        Daunte Culpepper, Minnesota, 2004
       13         Peyton Manning, Colts, 2004
                                                                         110.4        Milt Plum, Cleveland, 1960
       12         John Unitas, Colts, 1959
       10         Dan Marino, Miami, 1984                                        MOST GAMES CAREER GAMES 5+-TD PASSES
        9         *Tom Brady, NE, 2007
        7         Steve Young, SF, 1998                                     6         Dan Marino, Miami
                                                                            6         Peyton Manning, Colts

                      MANNING DOMINATES COLTS SINGLE-SEASON PASSING RECORDS (MIN. 100 ATTEMPTS)
                             Attempts                Completions                      Yards
                  591   Peyton Manning 2002   392  Peyton Manning 2002   4557 Peyton Manning   2004
                  575   Peyton Manning 1998   379  Peyton Manning 2003   4413 Peyton Manning   2000
                  571   Peyton Manning 2000   362  Peyton Manning 2006   4397 Peyton Manning 2006
                  566   Peyton Manning 2003   357  Peyton Manning 2000   4267 Peyton Manning   2003
                  557   Peyton Manning 2006   343  Peyton Manning 2001   4200 Peyton Manning   2002
                  547   Peyton Manning 2001   336  Peyton Manning 2004   4135 Peyton Manning   1999
                  533   Peyton Manning 1999   331  Peyton Manning 1999   4131 Peyton Manning   2001
                  497   Peyton Manning 2004   326  Peyton Manning 1998   3747 Peyton Manning   2005
                  485   Jeff George    1991   305  Peyton Manning 2005   3739 Peyton Manning   1998
                   Games With a Touchdown                  Completion Percentage                       Touchdowns
                  15  Peyton Manning   1998         67.6     Peyton Manning 2004              49     Peyton Manning   2004
                  15  Peyton Manning   2000         67.3     Peyton Manning 2005              33     Peyton Manning   2000
                  15  Peyton Manning   2002         67.0     Peyton Manning 2003              32     John Unitas      1959
                  15  Peyton Manning   2004         66.3     Peyton Manning 2002              31     Peyton Manning   2006
                  15  Peyton Manning 2006           65.0     Peyton Manning 2006              29     Peyton Manning   2003
                  14  Peyton Manning   1999         63.7     Jim Harbaugh      1995           28     Peyton Manning   2005
                  14  Peyton Manning   2001         62.7     Peyton Manning 2001              27     Peyton Manning   2002
                  13  Earl Morrall     1968         62.5     Peyton Manning 2000              26     Earl Morrall     1968
                                                    62.1     Peyton Manning 1999              26     Peyton Manning   1998, 1999, 2001
                            MANNING’S FOURTH-QUARTER AND OVERTIME GAME-WINNING DRIVES (28)
                             Victories in which Manning has rallied Colts from a fourth-quarter deficit or tie to win
Manning has 28 career fourth-quarter and overtime game-winning drives, 2nd in club history behind Unitas (31). He had a club record 7 in 1999.
  Date          Opponent         Down            Won         Go-Ahead Scoring Play            Elapsed      Drive/TOP        Manning Drive Stats
11/15/98        vs. NY Jets       17-23          24-23       14t pass to TE-Marcus Pollard     14:36       15-80/2:40       8-13-93, 1 TD pass
 9/26/99        at San Diego      13-19          27-19       12t Manning run                    3:19         8-83/2:47      3-6-46 pass; 12t rush
10/17/99        at NY Jets        13-13          16-13       Vanderjagt 27 FG                  14:46       10-35/4:18       2-2-12 pass, 1-(-2 rush)
                                 *10-13          16-13       Vanderjagt 18 FG                   2:54       12-53/4:43       4-8-40 pass
10/31/99        vs. Dallas        21-24          34-24       40t pass to WR-Marvin Harrison     0:05         7-75/3:31      4-7-76, 1 TD pass
 11/7/99        vs. Kansas City 16-17            25-17       7t Manning run                     4:11         6-54/3:04       2-3-17 pass/2-10 rush, 7t
 12/5/99        at Miami         34-34           37-34       Vanderjagt 53 FG                  15:00         4-33/0:36      2-2-34 passing
12/19/99        vs. Washington    10-13          24-21       1t pass to TE-Ken Dilger           0:04         7-80/3:11      3-4-40 pass, 1 TD pass
12/26/99        at Cleveland      26-28          29-28       Vanderjagt 21 FG                  14:56       11-54/4:08       4-4-23 pass/1-8 rush
                                 *19-28          29-28       2t James run                       5:06       11-77/5:06       6-7-53 pass/1-9 rush
  9/3/00        at Kansas City 14-14             27-14       Vanderjagt 23 FG                   1:23         9-27/3:56      3-4-16 pass
 10/1/00        at Buffalo        15-16          18-16       Vanderjagt 45 FG                  15:00         8-42/1:08      3-5-25 pass/1-2 rush
10/22/00        vs. New England 21-23            30-23       3t James run                       2:09         6-66/2:22      2-2-13 pass
                                 *14-23          30-23       1t pass to RB-Edgerrin James       8:44         8-65/3:32      6-9-40, 1 TD pass
10/13/02        vs. Baltimore     19-20          22-20       Vanderjagt 38 FG                  14:56       11-60/2:18       5-6-49 pass
11/17/02        vs. Dallas         3-3            20-3       Vanderjagt 32 FG                   1:54       12-76/6:53       3-3-31 pass/1-(-1) rush
11/24/02        at Denver         20-20          23-20       Vanderjagt 51 FG                   5:38 OT    10-35/5:38       2-3-14 pass
                                 *17-20          23-20       Vanderjagt 54 FG                  14:57       11-44/1:37       3-8-27 pass/2-12 rush
12/15/02        at Cleveland      21-23          28-23       3t Mungro run                      8:14         6-86/3:00      2-2-53 pass
                                 *14-23          28-23       3t pass to WR-Marvin Harrison      3:30         7-57/2:58      4-6-49, 1 TD pass
12/29/02        vs. Jacksonville 13-13           20-13       11t pass to TE-Marcus Pollard     12:34         7-47/2:11      3-3-32 pass, 1 TD pass
                                 *10-13          20-13       Vanderjagt 27 FG                   9:14       16-68/8:09       5-9-25 pass/1-8 rush
   9/7/03       at Cleveland       6-6             9-6       Vanderjagt 45 FG                  14:59       11-65/2:38       8-10-65 pass
  10/6/03       at Tampa Bay      35-35          38-35       Vanderjagt 29 FG                  11:13 OT    15-76/6:46       5-9-49 pass
                                 *28-35          38-35       1t R. Williams run                14:25         5-85/1:06      2-3-64 pass
                                 *21-35          38-35       28t pass to WR-Marvin Harrison    12:31         6-58/1:08      5-6-63, 1 TD pass
                                 *14-35          38-35       3t Mungro run                     11:23         4-12/1:32      1-2-6 pass
11/23/03        at Buffalo        10-14          17-14       1t James run                      13:22       16-83/6:00       5-7-55 pass
                                  *3-14          17-14       14t James run                      4:20         9-61/4:11      3-4-15 pass
12/28/03        at Houston        17-17          20-17       Vanderjagt 43 FG                  15:00       12-65/2:40       2-4-22 pass/2-8 rush
                                 *10-17          20-17       5t pass to WR-Brandon Stokley     11:10          1-5/0:05      1-1-5, 1 TD pass
                                  *3-17          20-17       6t James run                       0:03       11-67/5:36       3-3-24 pass
  9/19/04       at Tennessee      17-17          31-17       4t James run                       7:29       11-80/3:57       4-7-70 pass
                                 *10-17          31-17       1t pass to TE-Marcus Pollard       0:04         6-80/2:42      3-4-57 pass, 1 TD pass
10/03/04        at Jacksonville 17-17            24-17       3t James run                      11:27       13-74/7:04       5-5-33 pass
 11/8/04        vs. Minnesota     28-28          31-28       Vanderjagt 35 FG                  14:58         9-55/2:52      2-2-23 pass/3-12 rush
12/26/04        vs. San Diego     31-31          34-31       Vanderjagt 30 FG                   2:47 OT      5-61/2:47      2-2-58 pass
                                 *23-31          34-31       21t pass to WR-Brandon Stokley    14:04         9-80/2:46      6-8-85, 1 TD pass
 9/18/05        vs. Jacksonville   0-3            10-3       6t Carthon run                     6:27       17-88/8:59       3-3-21 pass
 10/1/06        at NY Jets        24-28          31-28       1t Manning run                    14:10         9-61/1:30      6-8-60 pass/1-1, 1t rush
 10/8/06        vs. Tennessee      7-13          14-13       2t pass to WR-Reggie Wayne         9:50        10-43/4:28      4-6-34, 1 TD pass
10/29/06        at Denver         31-31          34-31       Vinatieri 37 FG                   14:58         8-62/1:47      5-5-47 pass
                                 *23-28          31-28       19t pass to WR-Reggie Wayne       11:25         7-80/3:19      5-6-75, 1 TD pass
*Italics denotes comeback drive. Regular font dentoes game-winning drive.



                   STARTING QUARTERBACKS SINCE 1970: 10 GAMES BELOW .500, THEN 10 GAMES ABOVE .500
          Since 1970, only five NFL quarterbacks have been able to get their starting records 10 games or more over .500 after starting
          their career 10 or more games below .500.
                                            MOST GAMES
            PLAYER                 BELOW .500       ABOVE .500              FINAL RECORD       TEAMS (YEARS)
            Peyton Manning           -10 (5-15)      +47 (99-52)                99-53*         COLTS (1998-07)
            Steve Young              -14 (3-17)      +45 (94-49)                94-49          Tampa Bay (1985-86), San Francisco (1987-99)
            Troy Aikman              -15 (3-18)      +29 (86-57)                94-71          Dallas (1989-01)
            Bert Jones               -12 (3-15)      +16 (42-26)                47-49          COLTS (1973-81), Los Angeles Rams (1982)
            Trent Dilfer             -11 (8-19)      +10 (55-45)                57-52*         Tampa Bay (94-99), Baltimore (2000),
            *active player, thus an active record                                              Seattle (2001-04), Cleveland (2005), SF (2006-07)
                                            WIDE RECEIVER MARVIN HARRISON

                                                                             THE FASTEST TO 500, 600, 700, 800, 900, 1000 REC. (ALL-TIME)
    MARVIN HARRISON’S CAREER RECEIVING TOTALS
         YEAR            No.         Yds.       Avg.        TD               500 receptions         Games            800 receptions
         1996            64           836       13.1          8              Lionel Taylor, Broncos    89            Marvin Harrison, COLTS 131
         1997            73           866       11.9          6              Marvin Harrison, COLTS 90               Jerry Rice, 49ers      154
         1998            59           776       13.2          7
         1999           115         1,663       14.5         12              600 receptions                          900 receptions
         2000           102         1,413       13.9         14              Marvin Harrison, COLTS 102              Marvin Harrison, COLTS 149
                                                                             Herman Moore, Lions    118              Jerry Rice, 49ers      168
         2001           109         1,524       14.0         15
         2002           143         1,722       12.0         11              700 receptions       Games             1000 receptions
         2003            94         1,272       13.5         10              Marvin Harrison, COLTS 114              Marvin Harrison, COLTS 167
         2004            86         1,113       12.9         15              Jerry Rice, 49ers      139              Jerry Rice, 49ers      181
         2005            82         1,146       14.0         12
         2006            95         1,366       14.4         12                HARRISON HOLDS FRANCHISE MARKS: Harrison holds club
         2007            20           247       12.4          1              records in receptions, yards, TDs and scrimmage yards. Harrison now
         TOTAL        1,042        13,944       13.4        123              has produced 8 of the 16 1,000+ reception yardage seasons in Colts his-
                                                                             tory. Harrison is averaging 6.0 receptions per game for his career. He has
   MOVING UP: Harrison is moving up several of the NFL’s all-time            11 50+ reception seasons, 1st in club history (7, Berry, 1958-62, 65-66) and
lists. He became the 4th NFL player to reach the 1,000-catch plateau at      eight consecutive 80+ seasons, tying WR-Jerry Rice’s all-time NFL mark.
Jacksonville 12/10/06. Harrison’s 13,944 reception yards rank 4th all-       Harrison has 18 50+-yard TD receptions, tied for most in franchise history
time. Harrison surpassed WR-Cris Carter (13,899) for 4th place on the        (18, Lenny Moore). Fourteen of those 50+-yard TD receptions have come
all-time reception yards list 9/23/07 at Houston. Harrison’s 123 touch-      from Manning. He has 53 career 20+ yard TD snares. Harrison stands as
downs rank 3rd in NFL history, while he ranks 2nd with 59 100+ games         the only NFL player to post consecutive 1,500+ seasons. Only nine other
(76, Jerry Rice).                                                            players have achieved one 1,500+ season.
                                                                                Harrison has receptions in a franchise-record 175 consecutive games.
       NFL ALL-TIME CAREER RECEPTIONS LEADERS                                Harrison surpassed RB-Marshall Faulk (77 games, 1994-98) for the club
                                                                             record and for the longest NFL streak to begin a career (158 games).
         RECEPTIONS                       RECEPTION YARDS                    Harrison has receptions in all 175 career games, the longest consecutive
  1.   Jerry Rice          1,549    1.   Jerry Rice       22,895             games streak among active NFL players (WR-Jerry Rice holds NFL
  2.   Cris Carter         1,101    2.   Tim Brown        14,934             streak of 274 consecutive games). Harrison has had multiple receptions
  3.   Tim Brown           1,094    3.   James Lofton     14,004             in 171 of 175 career games, 5+ receptions in 116 games and 6+ receptions
  4.   Marvin Harrison*    1,042    4.   Marvin Harrison* 13,944             in 94 outings. He has 16 career 10+ reception games, 1st in club history
  5.   Andre Reed            951    5.   Cris Carter      13,899             (11, Berry, 1955-67).
                                    6.   Henry Ellard     13,777
       TOUCHDOWNS                   7.   Isaac Bruce*     13,701                        MARVIN HARRISON BY THE QUARTER
  1.   Jerry Rice              197 8.    Andre Reed       13,198                                   No.   Yds.   Avg.   TD
  2.   Cris Carter             130 9.    Steve Largent    13,089               1st Quarter         256  3,897   15.2    33
  3.   Marvin Harrison*        123 10.   Irving Fryar     12,785               2nd Quarter         294  3,351   11.4    29
  4.   Terrell Owens*          120                                             3rd Quarter         258  3,773   14.6    31
  5.   Randy Moss*             113                                             4th Quarter         232  2,908   12.5    30
                                                                               Overtime              2     15    7.5     0
  CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: WR-Marvin Harrison has led the Colts in                   Total             1,042 13,944   13.4   123
receptions 9 of 11 seasons (1998, Faulk; 2005, Wayne) and receiving
yards in 9 of 11 seasons (1998, Faulk; 2004, Wayne), while he has led the      HARRISON KEEPS GOING AND GOING: With two TD catches
team in TDs in 10 of 11 seasons (1998, Small, tied). Harrison has totaled    at Houston 12/24/06, Harrison produced his 8th cons. 10+ TD season,
the most receptions by a receiver in NFL history in 1st 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11   setting an NFL record and extending his club mark for consecutive 10+-
seasons, the 2007 season being his 12th. Harrison previously held the        TD seasons (5, Lenny Moore, 1957-58, 60-61, 64). He has a club-record
record for receptions after 4, 5 and 6 seasons until they were broken.       nine career 3-TD reception games. He had a club-record 15 TDs in 2001
Harrison became the 5th player in NFL history with 100+-TD receptions        and 2005. He had 13 of 15 TD receptions in 2001 at home to tie the NFL
10/2/05 at Tennessee. Harrison became the 28th NFL player to surpass         seasonal record of Rice. He has 28 career multiple TD games and 59
600 career receptions, reaching it in 102 games, the fastest pace in NFL     100+ games.
history (118, WR-Herman Moore, Det.). He hit 700 careeer receptions in
his 114th game, the fastest pace to that plateau (139 games, Jerry Rice).          NFL ALL-TIME CAREER TOUCHDOWN LEADERS
On 11/8/04, he became the 11th NFL player to hit 800 career receptions,       PLAYER             TDs   PLAYER                 TDs
reaching it in 131 career games, the fastest pace in NFL history (154,        1. Jerry Rice       208  6. Jim Brown            126
WR-Jerry Rice, S.F.). Harrison hit the 900-reception mark in his 149th        2. Emmitt Smith     175  7. Walter Payton        125
game at Cincinnati 11/20/05, reaching it faster than Rice’s previous          3. Marcus Allen     145  8. Marvin Harrison*     123
record of 168 games. Harrison became the fourth NFL receiver to hit           4. Marshall Faulk   136  9. Terrell Owens*       122
1,000 career receptions in his 167th career game at Jacksonville              5. Cris Carter      131 10. LaDainian Tomlinson* 119
12/10/06, the fastest pace in NFL history (Rice, 181).
                                HARRISON AMONG 1996 FIRST-ROUND WIDE RECEIVER DRAFT PICKS
TOTALS          Keyshawn Johnson (1st)         Terry Glenn (7th)      Eddie Kennison (18th)        Marvin Harrison (19th)       Eric Moulds (24th)
1996-07             814-10,571-64                593-8,823-44             535-8,244-42               1,042-13,944-123              747-9,775-49
     TOP NFL RECEIVERS IN FIRST FOUR SEASONS                        TOP NFL RECEIVERS IN FIRST NINE SEASONS
                           No.   Yds.   Avg. TD                                              No.  Yds. Avg.  TD
  Anquan Boldin, Ariz     342   4,605  13.5  20                Marvin Harrison, Colts       845 11,185 13.2  98
  Marvin Harrison, Colts  311   4,141  13.3  33                *Torry Holt, STL             758 11,251 14.8  68
  Andre Johnson, Hou      311   3,953  12.7  17                Jerry Rice, SF               708 11,776 16.6 118
  Randy Moss, Minn        308   5,396  17.5  53                Randy Moss, Minn, Oak        676 10,700 15.8 101
  Andre Rison, Colts, Atl 308   4,123  13.4  37                Keyshawn Johnson, NYJ,TB,Dal 673  8,922 13.3  53
       TOP NFL RECEIVERS IN FIRST FIVE SEASONS                      TOP NFL RECEIVERS IN FIRST TEN SEASONS
                            No.    Yds.   Avg.        TD                                       No.  Yds. Avg.  TD
  Randy Moss, Minn.        414    6,743   16.3        60       Marvin Harrison, Colts         927 12,331 13.3 110
  Marvin Harrison, Colts   413    5,554   13.4        47       Jerry Rice, SF                 820 13,275 16.2 131
  Andre Rison, Colts,Atl   394    5,365   13.6        52       Keyshawn Johnson, NYJ, TB, Dal 744  9,756 13.1  60
  Sterling Sharpe, GB      389    5,741   14.7        36       *Randy Moss, Minn, Oak, NE 732 11,624     15.9 113
  Chad Johnson, Cincinnati 379    5,556   14.7        34       Jimmy Smith, Dal, Jax          718 10,092 14.1  55
        TOP NFL RECEIVERS IN FIRST SIX SEASONS                    TOP NFL RECEIVERS IN FIRST ELEVEN SEASONS
                             No.   Yds.   Avg.        TD                                       No.  Yds. Avg.  TD
  Randy Moss, Minn.         525   8,375   16.0        77       Marvin Harrison, Colts       1,022 13,697 13.4 122
  Marvin Harrison, Colts    522   7,078   13.6        62       Jerry Rice, SF                 942 15,123 16.1 146
  Sterling Sharpe, GB       501   7,015   14.0        47       K. Johnson, NYJ, TB, Dal, Car 814 10,571  13.0  64
  Keyshawn Johnson, NYJ,TB  482   6,258   13.0        40       Terrell Owens, SF, Phi, Dal    801 11,715 14.6 114
  Andre Rison, Colts/Atl    475   6,453   13.6        60       Rod Smith, Den.                797 10,877 13.6  65
      TOP NFL RECEIVERS IN FIRST SEVEN SEASONS                   TOP NFL RECEIVERS IN FIRST TWELVE SEASONS
                             No.   Yds.  Avg.         TD                                       No.  Yds. Avg.  TD
  Marvin Harrison, Colts    665   8,800  13.2         73       Jerry Rice, SF               1,050 16,377 15.6 154
  Torry Holt, STL           619   9,487  15.3         54       *Marvin Harrison, Colts      1,042 13,944 13.4 123
  Sterling Sharpe, GB       595   8,134  13.7         65       Jimmy Smith, Dal., Jax.        862 12,287 14.3  67
  Randy Moss, Minn.         574   9,142  15.9         90       Rod Smith, Den                 849 11,389 13.4  68
  Keyshawn Johnson, NYJ,TB  558   7,296  13.1         45       *Terrell Owens, SF, Phi, Dal   845 12,445 14.7 120
        TOP NFL RECEIVERS IN FIRST EIGHT SEASONS               *active
                            No.    Yds.   Avg.  TD
  Marvin Harrison, Colts   759 10,072     13.3  83
  Torry Holt, STL          712 10,675     15.0  64
  Randy Moss, Minn, Oak    634 10,147     16.0  98
  Jerry Rice, SF           610 10,273     16.8 103
  Herman Moore, Det        610    8,467   13.9  57

                                       HARRISON AMONG COLTS RECEIVERS
      Receptions             Yards                Touchdowns            100+ Yard Games      Cons. Rec. Games
      1,042 Harrison         13,944   Harrison    123 Harrison            59   Harrison       175    Harrison
      631    Berry           9,275    Berry       68   Berry              24   Berry           77    Faulk
      411    Brooks          6,039    Moore       50   Orr                19   Moore           62    Hester
      390    Wayne           5,859    Orr         48   Moore              18   Orr             58    Orr
      363    Moore           5,818    Brooks      40   Mutscheller        16   Wayne           45    Moore

                                           COLTS 1,000-YARD RECEIVERS
      1,722 Harrison, 2002     1,366 Harrison, 2006             1,210 Wayne, 2004         1,077 Stokley, 2004
      1,663 Harrison, 1999     1,310 Wayne, 2006                1,146 Harrison, 2005      1,055 Wayne, 2005
      1,524 Harrison, 2001     1,298 Berry, 1960                1,131 Brooks, 1986        1,038 Langhorne, 1993
      1,413 Harrison, 2000     1,272 Harrison 2003              1,113 Harrison, 2004      1,012 Carr, 1976

                    HARRISON’S YEAR-BY-YEAR AFC/NFL STATISTICAL RANKINGS (AFC/NFL) *Tied
Category 1996 AFC/NFL 1997 AFC/NFL 1998 AFC/NFL 1999 AFC/NFL 2000 AFC/NFL 2001 AFC/NFL 2002 AFC/NFL
Receptions 64 (13/27*)   73   (6/14)  59 (20*/40*) 115    (2/2)  102  (1/1*)  109  (3/3)  143  (1/1)
Yards      836 (17/32)  866  (15/27) 776   (20/37) 1,663  (1/1) 1,413  (2/6) 1,524 (1/2) 1,722 (1/1)
Touchdowns 8   (8*/15*)   6 (9*/19*)   7  (9*/18*)   12  (1/2*)   14   (1/2)   15  (1/2)   11  (2/3)

Category 2003 AFC/NFL 2004 AFC/NFL 2005 AFC/NFL 2006 AFC/NFL
Receptions 94     4/7   86   5/13    82  6*/13*   95    2/3
Yards      1,272  3/6  1,113 9/18  1,146  2/10  1,366   2/2
Touchdowns 10    2*/4*  15    1/2    12   1/1*    12    1/2
                 COLTS CAREER RECEPTIONS LEADER RANKS AMONG HIGHEST NFL FRANCHISE LEADERS
 With 1,042 career receptions marking a Colts franchise record, WR-Marvin Harrison's total ranks 3rd-best among all NFL teams' career reception
 leaders (* denotes player with active record).
                                No.             Name                            Team                      Years
                               1281             Jerry Rice                      San Francisco            1985-00
                               1070             Tim Brown                       Oakland                  1988-03
                               1042             Marvin Harrison*                Indianapolis             1996-07
                               1004             Cris Carter                     Minnesota                1990-01
                                941             Andre Reed                      Buffalo                  1985-99
                                910             Isaac Bruce*                    St. Louis/LA Rams        1994-07
                                888             Art Monk                        Washington               1980-93
                                862             Jimmy Smith                     Jacksonville             1995-05
                                819             Steve Largent                   Seattle                  1976-89
                                750             Michael Irvin                   Dallas                   1988-99

                                                 WIDE RECEIVER REGGIE WAYNE
     CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT: WR-Reggie Wayne opened 2007                              Wayne’s 100+ games are as follows: 121, at Philadelphia 11/10/02;
with a 7-115, 2 TD performance vs. New Orleans 9/6, his 17th career 100+         103, at Tennessee 12/8/02; 104, vs. NYG 12/22/02; 141, vs. Jacksonville
game and 7th career multiple-TD game. He was 9-131 at Jacksonville               9/21/03; 141, vs. NYJ 11/16/03; 119, at Tennessee 9/19/04; 184, vs. Green
10/22 and was 7-168, 1 TD at Carolina 10/28, his 19th career 100+ game.          Bay 9/26/04; 119, at Kansas City 10/31/04; 106, at Chicago 11/21/04; 124,
      Wayne continued to distinguish himself as one of the league’s top          at New England 11/7/05; 117, at Cincinnati 11/20/05; 135, vs. Houston
receivers in 2005, and again proved himself to be among the NFL’s elite in       9/17/06; 122, vs. Washington 10/22/06; 138, at Denver 10/29/06; 111, at
2006. Wayne ranked 5th in the AFC with a then career-best 83 receptions          Dallas 11/19/06; 110, at Jacksonville 12/10/06; 115, vs. New Orleans
and 8th in yards with 1,055 in 2005. In 2006, Wayne made his first career        9/6/07; 131, at Jacksonville 10/22/07; 168, at Carolina 10/28/07).
Pro Bowl and was 86-1,310, 9 TDs with five 100+ games. He finished
ranked third in NFL receiving yards and 12th in receptions. Wayne’s 86
receptions marked a career-best, and he became the 11th player in NFL
history to increase his reception total in the first six seasons of a career.
     At Denver 10/29/06, Wayne was a seasonal-best 10-138, 3 TDs, with
all three TDs coming in the second half. It marked his first career 3+-TD
game, while his three receiving TDs tied the single-game club mark.

          BREAKING DOWN WR-REGGIE WAYNE
      100+-Yard Games:          19
      10+-Reception Games:       4
      Multiple-TD Games:         7
      3+-TD Games:               1 at Denver 11/29/05
      1,000+-Yard Seasons        3 (2004-06)
      Most Consec. Games w/ TD: 4 (G7-10, 2004)
      Most Consec. 100+-Games:   2 (3 times)
      Longest TD Receptions:    71t at Denver 1/2/05
                                66t at Cincinnati 11/20/05

                                                              RB-JOSEPH ADDAI
  RB-Joseph Addai, the NFL’s leading rookie rusher in 2006, was 226-             Bowl XLI vs. Chicago, setting a Super Bowl RB reception record, while
1,081, 7 TDs rushing and 40-325, 1 TD receiving. Addai combined with             his 143 scrimmage yards marked the 2nd-highest rookie total in Super
RB-Dominic Rhodes to produce eight 100+-yard games.                              Bowl history.
 Addai had two 100+-yard rushing games and eclipsed 80+-rushing yards              ADDAI IN 2007: Addai is 149-704, 7 TDs rushing and 22-205, 2 TDs
six times and 100+-scrimmage yards six times as a rookie. He finished            receiving for 909 scrimmage yards this season. He has four 100+ games,
ranked 8th in AFC rushing, 5th in AFC scrimmage yards and 3rd in AFC             including one 100+ receiving game. Addai has scored nine total TDs in
first downs. He had a career-high 171 yards and four touchdowns rush-            2007, including at least one in six of seven games. Addai missed the 10/7
ing vs. Philadelphia 11/26, tying the club mark for most single-game             game vs. Tampa Bay.
rushing TDs. With first-half TD runs of 15, 10 and 15 yards, Addai                Addai was 23-118, 1 TD rushing and 3-25 receiving in the season-open-
became the second player in NFL history with three first-half TD runs of         er vs. New Orleans 9/7. It marked his 3rd career 100+ rushing game.
10+-yards. Addai had 208 scrimmage yards vs. Philadelphia, becoming              Addai was 20-81, 1 TD at Tennessee 9/16 and 22-72, 2 TDs at Houston
the fourth Colts rookie in club history to surpass 200+-scrimmage yards          9/23. Addai was 19-136, 1 TD vs. Denver 9/30. He was 23-100, 2 TDs
in a game (Lenny Moore, Marshall Faulk, Edgerrin James).                         rushing and 2-9, 1 TD receiving at Carolina 10/28/07. At Carolina, he
  With 100 rushing yards at Houston 12/24, Addai became the fourth Colts         became the first Colts player to score a rushing and receiving TD in a
rookie rusher to eclipse the 1,000-yard rushing mark (1,553, Edgerrin            game since 2000 (Edgerrin James, at Chicago 11/5/00). He was 26-112
James, 1999; 1,282, Marshall Faulk, 1994; 1,104, Dominic Rhodes, 2001).          rushing and 5-114, 1 TD (73t) vs. New England 11/4, becoming the first
  ADDAI STEPS UP IN POST-SEASON: Addai started all four post-                    player in Colts history to eclipse 100+-rushing and 100+-receiving yards
season games and was 76-294, 2 TDs rushing and 22-118 receiving.                 in the same game.
Addai set an NFL post-season rookie record for receptions and scrim-
mage yards (412). He was 19-77 rushing and 10-66 receiving in Super
                                                    TIGHT END DALLAS CLARK
   DALLAS CLARK is 34-403, 6 TDs in 2007, setting a career-high in           highest reception (37) and reception yardage (488) totals came in 2005,
touchdowns, while approaching career-best single-season totals in recep-     while he had 5 TDs in 2004. Clark already ranks in the top five among
tions and yardage. He had a touchdown reception in five consecutive          Colts tight ends in career touchdown receptions (20) and 100+-yard games
games (G2-6), tying the second-longest streak in club history (record-7,     (3). Below shows where Clark’s totals rank among the top career and sin-
Berry, 1959-60). Clark’s career totals are 155-2,021, 20 TDs. Clark’s        gle-season totals by Colts tight ends.

                                        TOP CAREER TOTALS AMONG COLTS TIGHT ENDS
                Receptions                              Yards                       Touchdowns                 Most 100+ Games
                320    Mackey                   5,127     Mackey                  40    Mutscheller             8    Mackey
                263    Pollard                  3,684     Mutscheller             38    Mackey                  6    Mutscheller
                261    Dilger                   3,391     Pollard                 35    Pollard                 4    Chester
                220    Mutscheller              3,181     Dilger                  20    Clark                   3    Dilger
                155    Beach/Clark              2,122     Chester                 19    T. Mitchell             3    Clark
                                          TOP SEASONAL TOTALS BY COLTS TIGHT ENDS
       Receptions        Player        Season            Yards          Player         Season          Touchdowns       Player      Season
          55             Mackey         1967              829           Mackey          1966               9            Mackey       1966
          50             Mackey         1966              814           Mackey          1965               8            Mutscheller 1957
          47             Dilger         2000              739           Pollard         2001               8            Mutscheller 1959
          47             Pollard        2001                                                               8            Pollard      2001


                          DEFENSIVE ENDS DWIGHT FREENEY AND ROBERT MATHIS
   DE-Dwight Freeney, a three-time Pro-Bowler (2003-05) and the fran-                  COLTS 10+-SACK SEASONS (SINCE 1982)
chise leader in career sacks with 60.0, led the NFL with 16 sacks in 2004,             Dwight Freeney, DE              16.0          2004
becoming the Colts’ first NFL sack leader. His 16 sacks also surpassed
                                                                                       Dwight Freeney, DE              13.0          2002
his previous club mark of 13 in 2002. He has 3.5 sacks this season.
                                                                                       Chad Bratzke, DE                12.0          1999
Freeney had 5.5 sacks in 2006, including three sacks and three FF vs.
                                                                                       Robert Mathis, DE               11.5          2005
Cincinnati 12/18/06. Freeney finished with 11 sacks in 2005. Freeney
                                                                                       Johnie Cooks, LB                11.5          1984
surpassed LB-Duane Bickett’s mark (50 sacks) vs. San Diego 12/18/05.
                                                                                       Dwight Freeney, DE              11.0          2003
Freeney has 31 career FF. He owns five three-sack games, including con-
                                                                                       Dwight Freeney, DE              11.0          2005
secutive three-sack performances vs. Tennessee 12/5/04 and at Houston
                                                                                       Vernon Maxwell, LB              11.0          1983
12/12/04. Freeney owns two career four-game sack streaks, tying the
                                                                                       Robert Mathis, DE               10.5          2004
fourth-longest streak in club history. Freeney has had sacks in 43 of 87
                                                                                       Tony Bennett, LB                10.5          1995
career games and in 37 of 74 career starts. The club is 34-9 when he has
                                                                                       Dan Footman, DE                 10.5          1997
a sack and 18-5 when he forces a fumble. He has 14 multiple-sack games
                                                                                       Jon Hand, DE                    10.0          1989
and 6 multiple-fumbles forced games. He had 19t FR at New Orleans
9/28/03 for 1st career score. In 2002, he had sacks in 10 different games.     Mathis extended his streak of consecutive games with a sack to seven at
He had his 1st career start at Philadelphia and had 7 solo tackles, 1 sack   Houston 11/23/05, surpassing DE-Dan Footman’s club record of six.
and 3 FF in winning AFC Defensive Player-of-the-Week honors. He now          Mathis had a sack and FF at New England 11/23, extending his club record
has produced four of the 12 10+ sack seasons for the Colts since 1982 (see   of consecutive-sack games to eight, tied for third-best in NFL history. He
chart to right).                                                             has nine multi-sack games in his career (3, vs. Houston 11/14/04; 2, vs.
   DE-Robert Mathis has four sacks in 2007, including two vs. New            Tennessee 9/14/03; 2, vs. Oakland 10/10/04; 2, at San Francisco 10/9/05; 2,
England 11/4. Mathis had 9.5 sacks in 2006, including four multiple-sack     vs. Houston 9/17/06; 2, at NYJ 10/1/06; 2, vs. Buffalo 11/12/06; 2, vs.
outings. Mathis also had four FF in 2006. He finished with a career-best     Philadelphia 11/26/06; 2, vs. New England 11/4/07).
11.5 sacks in 2005, and he recorded a sack in 11 of 13 games. Mathis
recorded the 11th 10+-sack season in club history, and he and Freeney are
the only players to record back-to-back double-digit sack seasons in fran-
chise history.
                                                              OFFENSIVE LINE
  The continuity and ability of the line play has allowed the offense to
accomplish the following: allowed 163 sacks in the last 137 games (over-          COLTS AFC/NFL RANK IN SACKS ALLOWED 1998-2007
all, the lowest in the NFL); paved the way for RB-Edgerrin James to win                     Sacks allowed    AFC    NFL
2 consecutive NFL rushing titles and produce 49 100+ rushing games;                1998          22           1       2
helped FA RB-Dominic Rhodes (233-1,104, 9 TDs rushing/34-224 receiv-               1999          14           1       1
ing, 1,328 scrimmage yards, 2001) produce the best season ever by an               2000          20           1t     1t
undrafted free agent RB in NFL history; aided WR-Marvin Harrison                   2001          30           6      10
                                                                                   2002          23           2       4
(115-1,663, 1999; 102-1,413, 2000; 109-1,524, 2001; 143-1,722, 2002;
                                                                                   2003          19           1       3
95-1,366, 2006; 94-1,272, 2003) produce the 6 finest reception seasons in          2004          14           1      1t
club history, while allowing him to become the only NFL player with 4              2005          20           1       1
consecutive 100+ reception seasons. The Colts produced 10 individual               2006          15           1       1
100+ rushing performances in 2001 (5, James; 5, Rhodes), the most by               2007           8           1      2t
any NFL team. The 10 individual 100+ games tied the club-record sea-
sonal best of 10 in 1999, while the club did it 9 times in 2000 (and 2005).     The six-best ratios of sacks per pass plays in the club's 53-year history
Thus, since 1999, the club's offensive line has helped Manning produce        have been accomplished since 1998: 1 sack for 40.0 pass plays in 1999
the 9 highest seasonal yardage passing totals in franchise history (4,557,    (560 pass plays, 14 sacks), 1 for 38.6 in 2004 (541 pass plays, 14 sacks),
2004; 4,413, 2000; 4,397, 2006; 4,267, 2003; 4,200, 2002; 4,135, 1999;        1 for 38.1 in 2006 (572, 15), 1 for 30.9 in 2003 (569, 19), 1 for 29.6 in
4,131, 2001; 3,747, 2005; 3,739, 1998), while becoming the only QB in         2000 (591, 20), 1 for 26.7 in 2002 (614, 23) and 1 for 27.2 in 1998 (598,
NFL history to post seven 4,000+ seasons. It helped James win two rush-       22). The club allowed 1 for 19.6 in 2001 (587, 30). Prior to 1998, the
ing titles (1,553; 1999; 1,709, 2000) and Rhodes (1,104) to become the        best ratios in Colts history were 1 for 23.6 in 1969 (448, 19) and 1 for
most productive NFL rookie undrafted FA.                                      21.5 in 1993 (623, 29). The club’s ratio in 2005 was 1 for 26.8 pass plays
  The offensive line play has helped the club have nine consecutive sea-      (535 pass plays, 20 sacks). The Colts allowed 15 sacks on 572 pass plays
sons with 5,000+ net yards offense (5,116, 1998; 5,726, 1999; 6,141,          in 2006, a 1 for 38.1 ratio. The Colts have allowed eight sacks on 269
2000; 5,955, 2001, 5,616, 2002; 5,874, 2003; 6,475, 2004; 5,799, 2005;        pass plays this season, a 1 for 33.6 ratio.
6,070, 2006). The Colts produced a club-record 6,475 yards in 2004, bet-
tering the previous record of 6,141 net yards in 2000.

            COLTS STARTING OFFENSIVE LINEMEN BY POSITION 1998-2007 (Games Started/Games Played)
   Year        Left Tackle              Left Guard               Center                     Right Guard               Right Tackle
   1998        Glenn     (16/16)        McKinney (16/16)          Leeuwenburg (16/16)       Mandarich (10/10)         Meadows (14/14)
   1999        Glenn     (16/16)        McKinney (14/14)          Moore          (16/16)    Jackson      (16/16)      Meadows (16/16)
   2000        Glenn     (16/16)        McKinney (16/16)          Saturday       (16/16)    Moore        (16/16)      Meadows (16/16)
   2001        Glenn     (16/16)        McKinney (14/14)          Saturday       (16/16)    Moore         (9/16)      Meadows (15/15)
   2002        Glenn     (16/16)        DeMulling (14/14)         Saturday       (16/16)    Diem         (16/16)      Meadows (14/14)
   2003        Glenn     (10/10)        DeMulling (16/16)         Saturday       (16/16)    Sciullo      (13/13)      Diem         (13/13)
   2004        Glenn     (16/16)        DeMulling      (9/9)      Saturday       (14/14)    Peko           (8/8)      Diem         (16/16)
   2005        Glenn     (16/16)        Lilja         (16/16)     Saturday       (16/16)    Scott        (14/14)      Diem         (14/14)
   2006        Glenn     (16/16)        Gandy         (11/11)     Saturday       (16/16)    Scott        (16/16)      Diem         (15/15)
   2007        Ugoh        (6/6)        Lilja          (8/8)      Saturday        (8/8)     Scott          (8/8)      Diem          (8/8)
   LT:         2003, Freitas started 6 games; 2007, C. Johnson started 2 games
   LG:         1999, Saturday started 2 games; 2001, Moore started 2 games; 2002, Jackson started 2 games; 2004, Scott started 1 game; Lilja
               started 6 games; 2006, Lilja started five games
    C:         2004, DeMulling started two games
   RG:         1998, Myslinski started 1 game, Moore started 5 games; 2001, Diem started 7 games; 2003, Meadows started 2 games, Peko
               started 1 game; 2004, Scott started 8 games; 2005, Gandy started 2 games
   RT:         1998, Jackson started 2 games; 2001, Diem started 1 game; 2002, Jackson started 2 games; 2003, Meadows started 3 games; 2005,
               Scott started 2 games; 2006, Johnson started one game

                        TEAMS WITH NFL’s LEADING RUSHER AND FEWEST SACKS ALLOWED SINCE 1970

                    Team                                     Sacks Allowed                      Rushing Leader             Yards
                    1978 Houston Oilers                           17                            Earl Campbell              1,450
                    1983 Los Angeles Rams                         23                            Eric Dickerson             1,808
                    1999 Indianapolis Colts                       14                            Edgerrin James             1,553
                    2000 Indianapolis Colts*                      20                            Edgerrin James             1,709*tied with NYJ
                                                 KICKER ADAM VINATIERI
AMONG THE BEST EVER: K-Adam Vinatieri ranks as the 5th-most accurate kicker in NFL history with an 82.8 field goal percentage. A kicker must
be successful on 100 FGs to be included in the NFL’s most accurate kickers. Here is a look at the NFL’s leading FG percentage kickers:
                         NFL’S MOST ACCURATE KICKERS IN THE REGULAR SEASON (Minimum 100 FGM)

                  Pct.                Name                         Team                     FGM                     FGA
                 *86.5                Mike Vanderjagt              Dallas                    230                    266
                  84.7                Shayne Graham                Cincinnati                133                    157
                  83.9                Matt Stover                  Baltimore                 426                    508
                  82.8                Phil Dawson                  Cleveland                 169                    204
                  82.8                Adam Vinatieri               COLTS                     304                    367
                  81.8                Jeff Wilkins                 St. Louis                 297                    363
                  81.8                John Carney                  Jacksonville              422                    516
                  81.6                Ryan Longwell                Minnesota                 258                    316
                  81.5                David Akers                  Philadelphia              190                    233
                  81.4                Jason Hanson                 Detroit                   372                    457
                  81.3                Josh Brown                   Seattle                   104                    128
                  80.8                Jeff Reed                    Pittsburgh                122                    151
                  80.6                John Kasay                   Carolina                  345                    428
                  80.5                Jay Feely                    Miami                     169                    210
                 *80.2                Doug Brien                   Chicago                   207                    258
                 *80.1                Gary Anderson                Tennessee                 538                    672
                  80.0                Jason Elam                   Denver                    380                    475
                 *80.0                Mike Hollis                  Buffalo                   200                    250
                 *80.0                Nick Lowery                  Kansas City               383                    479
                  79.7                Olindo Mare                  New Orleans               251                    315
* Denotes now inactive
                                    VINATIERI’S GAME-WINNING FIELD GOALS (19)
          Victories in which Vinatieri has kicked game-winning field goals in final minute of 4th quarter or overtime
                  OPPONENT                    DATE               YARDS         TIME LEFT               FINAL SCORE
                  vs. Jacksonville            9/22/96              40             12:24                  28-25 OT
                  vs. NY Jets                 9/14/97              34             06:57                  27-24 OT
                  at New Orleans             10/ 4/98              27             00:03                  30-27
                  vs. San Francisco          12/20/98              35             00:03                  24-21
                  at NY Jets                  9/12/99              23             00:03                  30-28
                  vs. Indianapolis            9/19/99              26             00:35                  31-28
                  vs. Cincinnati             11/19/00              22             00:03                  16-13
                  at Buffalo                 12/17/00              24             00:19                  13-10 OT
                  vs. San Diego              10/14/01              44             10:55                  29-26 OT
                  at Buffalo                 12/16/01              23             09:15                  12- 9 OT
                  vs. Oakland                 1/19/02              23             06:31                  16-13 OT
                  vs. St. Louis               2/ 3/02              48             00:00                  20-17+
                  vs. Kansas City             9/22/02              35             10:20                  41-38 OT
                  vs. Miami                  12/29/02              35             12:57                  27-24 OT
                  at Houston                 11/23/03              28             00:40                  23-20 OT
                  vs. Carolina                2/ 1/04              41             00:04                  32-29#
                  at Pittsburgh               9/25/05              43             00:01                  23-20
                  vs. Atlanta                10/ 9/05              29             00:17                  31-28
                  at Denver                  10/29/06              37             00:02                  34-31
         *all FGs 1996-2005 came while with New England
         +Super Bowl XXXVI
         #Super Bowl XXXVIII

                               VINATIERI POSTS 11TH CONSECUTIVE 100+-POINT SEASON
                                             YEAR       POINTS                    2001-   113
                                             1996-      120                       2002-   117
                                             1997-      115                       2003-   112
                                             1998-      127                       2004-   141
                                             1999-      107                       2005-   100
                                             2000-      106                       2006-   113
                                 ADAM VINATIERI VS. INDIVIDUAL OPPONENTS

      Opponents         Home (With Patriots)           Home (With Colts)     Home (Total)           Road               Total
                               FG-FGA                      FG-FGA              FG-FGA              FG-FGA            FG-FGA
      Buffalo                   18-28                        1-1                19-29               11-19             30-48
      Miami                     20-23                        2-2                22-25               12-14             34-39
      New England                0-0                         2-3                 2-3                 2-4               4-7
      New York Jets             16-17                        0-0                16-17               18-20             34-37

      Baltimore                     5-5                       0-0                 5-5                3-3                 8-8
      Cincinnati                    3-3                       2-2                 5-5                1-1                 6-6
      Cleveland                     5-8                       0-0                 5-8                3-4                8-12
      Pittsburgh                    3-3                       0-0                 3-3                8-9               11-12

      Houston                     0-0                         3-3                 3-3                7-9               10-12
      Indianapolis               14-15                        0-0                14-15              11-11              25-26
      Jacksonville                7-8                         0-0                 7-8                7-8               14-16
      Tennessee                   3-5                         0-0                 3-5                4-6                7-11

      Denver                         2-3                      1-1                 3-4               13-16              16-20
      Kansas City                   9-10                      0-0                9-10                3-5               12-15
      Oakland                       1-1                       0-0                1-1                 2-3                 3-4
      San Diego                     6-8                       0-0                6-8                 1-2                7-10

      Dallas                        4-4                       0-0                 4-4                2-2                6-6
      New York Giants               4-5                       0-0                 4-5                5-5               9-10
      Philadelphia                  0-0                       1-1                 1-1                4-5                5-6
      Washington                    3-4                       3-3                 6-7                1-2                7-9

      Chicago                       1-1                       0-0                 1-1                5-5                6-6
      Detroit                       0-0                       0-0                 0-0                5-5                5-5
      Green Bay                     2-2                       0-0                 2-2                0-0                2-2
      Minnesota                     1-2                       0-0                 1-2                2-2                3-4

      Atlanta                       1-1                       0-0                 1-1                2-2                3-3
      Carolina                      0-0                       0-0                 0-0                3-3                3-3
      New Orleans                   1-2                       2-2                 3-4                3-3                6-7
      Tampa Bay                     1-2                       2-2                 3-4                0-0                3-4

      Arizona                       1-2                       0-0                 1-2                3-3                4-5
      St. Louis                     1-1                       0-0                 1-1                8-8                9-9
      San Francisco                 1-2                       0-0                 1-2                0-0                1-2
      Seattle                       3-3                       0-0                 3-3                0-0                3-3

      Totals                   136-168                       19-20              155-188            149-179            304-367
      Percentage                 81.0                         95.0                82.4               83.2               82.8


        Opponents            0-19              20-29            30-39        40-49           50+        Totals          Pct.
        Home (w/ Patriots)    3-3              53-54            39-47        36-56           5-8      136-168           81.0
        Home (w/ Colts)       1-1               4- 4             9- 9         5- 5           0-1       19- 20           95.0
        Away                  3-3              58-61            47-57        38-48          3-10      149-179           83.2
        Totals                7-7            115-119           95-113       79-109          8-19      304-367           82.8


                                                       VINATIERI AT THE DOME
   Adam Vinatieri is 30-31 for his career in the RCA Dome. He was 11-11 in the RCA Dome from 1996-2005 with New England, and is 19-20 at
home with the Colts. His only miss came vs. New England 11/4/07 (from 50 yards).
                                       VINATIERI 2ND-FASTEST TO 300 CAREER FGS
                                           FEWEST GAMES TO 300 CAREER MADE FIELD GOALS
                                                          GAMES         PLAYER
                                                           177          Jason Elam
                                                           179          Adam Vinatieri
                                                           188          John Carney
                       POST-SEASON FIELD GOALS - WHERE VINATIERI RANKS ALL-TIME
            MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED, CAREER                                                   MOST POINTS, CAREER
           49      Adam Vinatieri, 21 games                                        166     Adam Vinatieri (46 PAT, 40 FG)
           40      Gary Anderson, 22 games                                         153     Gary Anderson (57 PAT, 32 FG)
           39      George Blanda, 19 games                                         132     Jerry Rice (22 TDs)

                  MOST FIELD GOALS, CAREER                                               MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES SCORING
           40      Adam Vinatieri, 21 games                                        21      Adam Vinatieri, 1997-06 (current)
           32      Gary Anderson, 22 games                                         19      George Blanda, 1956-75
           22      George Blanda, 19 games                                         16      Norm Johnson, 1983-1997
           22      Steve Christie, 12 games
                                                                                MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES SCORING FIELD GOALS
                    MOST FIELD GOALS, GAME
                                                                                   13      Toni Fritsch, 1972-79
       5        Adam Vinatieri, N.E. vs. Indianapolis, 2003                        12      Adam Vinatieri, 1997-04
       5        Adam Vinatieri, Colts at Baltimore, 2006                           10      David Akers, 2000-04
       5        Chuck Nelson, Minnesota vs. San Francisco, 1987                    10      Morten Anderson, 1987-04
       5        Matt Bahr, N.Y. Giants vs. San Francisco, 1990
       5        Steve Christie, Buffalo vs. Miami, 1992
       5        Brad Daluiso, N.Y. Giants vs. Minnesota
       5        John Kasay, Carolina vs. Dallas, 2003
       5        Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis vs. Carolina, 2003 (2 OT)
       4        16 times, last David Akers, Phila. vs. Chicago, 2001

                                                     PUNTER HUNTER SMITH
  HUNTER THE PUNTER EXCELS: P-Hunter Smith (58-42.5, 1999; 65-44.7, 2000; 68-44.5, 2001; 66-40.5, 2002; 62-42.2, 2003; 54-45.2,
2004; 52-44.3, 2005; 47-44.4, 2006; 23-43.7, 2007) is 495-21,520, 43.5, 58 TB/159 In 20 for career. His AFC/NFL career ranks for average are
T6th/T9th (1999), T4th/T4th (2000), 3rd/4th (2001), 12th/24th (2002), 5th/6th (2003), 2nd/2nd (2004), 4th/5th (2005) and 3rd/10th (2006). His
career net averages are (1999), 36.4 (2000), 33.8 (2001), 34.9 (2002), 35.5 (2003), 36.8 (2004), 37.1 (2005), 34.5 (2006) and 32.1 (2007). He ranks
3rd in Colts history for career attempts (985, Rohn Stark; 838, David Lee) and 2nd in average (44.8, Gardocki). With a minimum of 3
attempts/game, he has had 11 50.0+ avg. games (2nd in club history: 15, Stark; 6, Lee), 38 45.0+ avg. games and 76 40.0+ avg. games (3rd in club
history: 143, Stark; 96, Lee).

                    INSIDE THE NUMBERS...WHERE INDIVIDUAL COLTS RANK IN 2007
           OTHER COLTS RANKING AMONG THE NFL’S BEST-SEE MANNING AND HARRISON IN THEIR PORTION OF NOTES

                                        Player                Category              2007     AFC/NFL
                                        Joseph Addai          Rushing Yards         704          2/3
                                        Joseph Addai          Rurshing TDs             7        1*/2*
                                        Joseph Addai          Points/Nonkickers       54       3*/3*
                                        Joseph Addai          Scrimmage Yards        909         3/5
                                        Joseph Addai          1st Downs               49        3/4*
                                        Reggie Wayne          Receptions              49        7/9*
                                        Reggie Wayne          Receiving Yards       730         4/5*
                                        Reggie Wayne          TD Receptions            5       7*/11*
                                        Reggie Wayne          Points, Nonkickers      30      11*/21*
                                        Reggie Wayne          Scrimmage Yards        734       12/17
                                        Dallas Clark          TD Receptions            6        5*/6*
                                        Dallas Clark          Points, Nonkickers      36       7*/10*
                                        Antoine Bethea        Interceptions            3       6*/8*
                                        Gary Brackett         Interceptions            2      13*/22*
                                        T.J. Rushing          Punt Return Avg.       9.2         7/15
                                        Hunter Smith          Punt Avg.             43.7         7/16
                                        Adam Vinatieri        Points/Kickers          74          3/3
                                        Adam Vinatieri        Touchbacks               8       3*/7*

                                      * Denotes Ranking is Tied
                                INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 2007 STATISTICS
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (7-1)                                                                      RUSHING                     NO.         YDS.              AVG.           LONG             TD
                                                                                              Joseph Addai                 149          704                4.7               23            7
 Date        W/L          Score             Opponent                         Attendance
                                                                                              Kenton Keith                  76          350                4.6               22            3
 9/ 6         W           41-10             NEW ORLEANS SAINTS                 57,361         Clifton Dawson                11           22                2.0                7            0
 9/16         W           22-20             at Tennessee Titans                69,143         Dallas Clark                   1           14               14.0               14            0
 9/23         W           30-24             at Houston Texans                  70,765         Luke Lawton                    5           13                2.6                4            0
 9/30         W           38-20             DENVER BRONCOS                     57,274         Reggie Wayne                   1            4                4.0                4            0
10/ 7         W           33-14             TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS               57,202         Peyton Manning                10           -6               -0.6               1t            3
                                                                                              Colts                        253         1101                4.4               23           13
10/22         W           29- 7             at Jacksonville Jaguars            67,164         Opponents                    213          857                4.0               32            5
10/28         W           31- 7             at Carolina Panthers               74,005
11/ 4         L           20-24             NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS               57,540         RECEIVING                   NO.         YDS.              AVG.           LONG             TD
11/11                                       at San Diego Chargers                             Reggie Wayne                  49          730               14.9            64               5
11/18                                       KANSAS CITY CHIEFS                                Dallas Clark                  34          403               11.9            39               6
11/22                                       at Atlanta Falcons                                Joseph Addai                  22          205                9.3           73t               2
12/ 2                                       JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS                              Marvin Harrison               20          247               12.4            42               1
12/ 9                                       at Baltimore Ravens                               Anthony Gonzalez              15          207               13.8            24               0
12/16                                       at Oakland Raiders                                Ben Utecht                    11          127               11.5            30               0
                                                                                              Kenton Keith                   9           55                6.1            14               0
12/23                                       HOUSTON TEXANS                                    Bryan Fletcher                 4           58               14.5            21               0
12/30                                       TENNESSEE TITANS                                  Aaron Moorehead                4           26                6.5             8               0
                                                                                              Clifton Dawson                 1            9                9.0             9               0
TEAM STATISTICS                                       COLTS           OPPONENTS               Colts                        169         2067               12.2           73t              14
                                                                                              Opponents                    172         1476                8.6            55               8
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS                                         189                         146
Rushing                                                     79                         58     INTERCEPTIONS               NO.         YDS.              AVG.           LONG             TD
Passing                                                     98                         81     Antoine Bethea                  3            17              5.7           11t               0
Penalty                                                     12                          7     Gary Brackett                   2            54             27.0           28t               0
   3rd Down: Made/Att.                        53/101 (52.5%)              50/105 (47.6%)      Matt Giordano                   1            83             83.0           83t               1
   4th Down: Made/Att.                           2/3 (66.7%)                6/12 (50.0%)      Freddy Keiaho                   1            11             11.0           11t               0
   Possession Avg.                                      30:48                       29:13     Bob Sanders                     1             3              3.0            3t               0
TOTAL NET YARDS                                          3122                        2252     Rocky Boiman                    1             2              2.0            2t               0
   Avg. Per Game                                        390.3                       281.5     Kelvin Hayden                   1             0              0.0            0t               0
   Total Plays                                            522                         489     Marlin Jackson                  1             0              0.0            0t               0
   Avg. Per Play                                           6.0                        4.6     Colts                          11           170             15.5           83t               1
NET YARDS RUSHING                                        1101                         857     Opponents                       4            46             11.5           26t               0
  Avg. Per Game                                         137.6                       107.1     PUNTING            NO.     YDS.      AVG.           NET        TB         IN        LG     B
  Total Rushes                                            253                         213
                                                                                              Hunter Smith         23      1006       43.7         32.1           4      7         63     0
NET YARDS PASSING                                        2021                        1395     Colts                23      1006       43.7         32.1           4      7         63     0
   Avg. Per Game                                        252.6                       174.4     Opponents            28      1256       44.9         39.6           1     11         65     0
   Sacks/Yards Lost                                      8/46                       14/81
   Gross Yards                                           2067                        1476     PUNT RETURNS               NO.       FC            YDS.       AVG.         LONG TD
   Attempts/Completions                      261/169 (64.8%)             262/172 (65.6%)      T.J. Rushing                  10        6            92            9.2          31          0
   Had Intercepted                                           4                         11     Craphonso Thorpe               4        0            36            9.0          29          0
PUNTS/AVERAGE                                         23/43.7                     28/44.9     Colts                         14        6           128            9.1          31          0
NET PUNTING AVERAGE                                   23/32.1                     28/39.6     Opponents                     10        5           187           18.7          74          0
PENALTIES/YARDS                                        33/208                      37/349
FUMBLES/LOST                                              8/3                        14/7
                                                                                              KICKOFF RETURNS NO.                     YDS.              AVG.           LONG             TD
TOUCHDOWNS(Run/Pass/Ret)                         28 (13/14/1)                  15 (5/8/2)     T.J. Rushing                   19         454              23.9             47              0
                                                                                              Craphonso Thorpe                3          58              19.3             35              0
                                                                                              Luke Lawton                     2          44              22.0             22              0
SCORE BY PERIODS                      Q1       Q2       Q3       Q4       OT         PTS      Kenton Keith                    1          15              15.0             15              0
Colts                                 40        70        70     64            0      244     Colts                          25         571              22.8             47              0
Opponents                             27        33        24     42            0      126     Opponents                      42        1037              24.7            84t              1

                                                                                              FIELD GOALS                1-19        20-29          30-39              40-49            50+
SCORING                    TD         RU        PA      RET K-PAT FG S PTS
                                                                                              Adam Vinatieri               0/0             9/9            7/8            0/0             0/1
Adam Vinatieri                                                   26/28       16/18    74      Colts                        0/0             9/9            7/8            0/0             0/1
Joseph Addai                9           7         2         0                         54      Opponents                    0/0             1/1            6/6            0/0             0/1
Dallas Clark                6           0         6         0                         36
                                                                                              Vinatieri: (33G, 33G) (22G, 39G, 20G, 36NG) (36G, 28G, 35G) (22G) (27G, 35G) (36G,
Reggie Wayne                5           0         5         0                         30
                                                                                            20G) (20G) (50NG, 21G, 25G)
Kenton Keith                3           3         0         0                         18
                                                                                              Colts: (33G, 33G) (22G, 39G, 20G, 36NG) (36G, 28G, 35G) (22G) (27G, 35G) (36G,
Peyton Manning              3           3         0         0                         18
                                                                                            20G) (20G) (50NG, 21G, 25G)
Matt Giordano               1           0         0         1                          6
                                                                                              Opponents: (52NG, 34G) (30G, 36G) (33G) (35G, 22G) () () () (34G)
Marvin Harrison             1           0         1         0                          6
Dwight Freeney              0           0         0         0                      1   2
Colts                      28          13        14         1    26/28       16/18 1 244
Opponents                  15           5         8         2    15/15         7/8 0 126

Safeties: Colts: 1, Opponents 0
2-PT. Conversions: Colts 0/0, Opponents 0/0
Sacks: Robert Mathis, 4.0; Dwight Freeney 3.5; Bob Sanders, 2.5; Keyunta Dawson, 1.0;
Ed Johnson 1.0, Josh Thomas, 1.0; Gary Brackett, 0.5; Raheem Brock, 0.5: Colts 14.0,
Opponents 8.0
FUM/LOST: Manning 4/1; Utecht 2/1; Keith 1/0; Wayne 1/1




        PASSING            ATT COMP                     YDS      COMP% YDS/ATT TD                   TD%          INT      INT% LONG SACK/LOST RATING
        Peyton Manning          259           168         2058        64.9           7.95     14        5.4        4         1.5          73t              8/46         100.8
        Jim Sorgi                 2             1            9        50.0           4.50      0        0.0        0         0.0            9              0/ 0          62.5
        Colts                   261           169         2067        64.8           7.92     14        5.4        4         1.5          73t              8/46         100.5
        Opponents               262           172         1476        65.6           5.63      8        3.1       11         4.2           55             14/81          72.9
COLTS 2007 DEFENSIVE AND SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                    DEFENSIVE        SPECIAL TEAMS      QUARTERBACK            PASSES            MISC       BLK KICK
PLAYER            Total Solo Asst.   Total Solo Asst.    Sack-Yds. PR    Int.-Yds PD    B   FF    FR    S   FG   PAT
Gary Brackett       82   40    42                        0.5-0.0     1    2-54     3        2
Kelvin Hayden       71   54    17                                          1-0     9        1      1
Marlin Jackson      69   50    19                                    1     1-0     3        1      1
Antoine Bethea      64   33    31                                    1    3-17     2
Bob Sanders         60   35    25                        2.5-12.0          1-3     3
Raheem Brock        41   37     4                         0.5-2.5   10                  4          1
Tyjuan Hagler       38   23    15       8    5     3                 1                      1      1
Robert Mathis       36   24    12                        4.0-35.0   10                      1      1
Freddy Keiaho       34   19    15                                         1-11
Ed Johnson          33   27     6                         1.0-6.0    4
Dwight Freeney      32   27     5                        3.5-15.5   16                      4
Rocky Boiman        27   12    15       6    3     3                       1-2
Josh Thomas         16   10     6                        1.0-5.0    10                  3   1
Tim Jennings        15   12     3       9    8     1                               4        1
Keyunta Dawson      14    7     7       3    2     1     1.0-5.0     3                      1
Rob Morris          13   12     1       1    1     0
Darrell Reid        10    7     3      10    9     1                 2                             1
Jeff Charleston      9    5     4       1    0     1
Matt Giordano        8    6     2       3    3     0                      1-83     1
Dante Hughes         8    6     2       9    9     0                               1
Brandon Archer       4    4     0       3    2     1
T.J. Rushing         4    2     2       1    1     0
Quinn Pitcock        3    2     1                                    2
Clint Session        3    1     2       4    4     0
Dan Klecko           2    0     2                                    3
Luke Lawton                             6    4     2
Melvin Bullitt                          5    3     2
Ramon Guzman                            5    3     2                                               1
Victor Worsley                          3    1     2
Roy Hall                                2    1     1
Hunter Smith                            1    1     0
                                                                   2007 COLTS GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSE

       --1st Downs--        Down Conv.          NET OFF---RUSHING--               -----------PASSING----------             --TDS--     -FGS-   -FUM-  -PEN-- -PUNTS-
OPP    T R       P     P       3rd 4th   Tot      PL Tot    Att   Avg     Net    Sa-Yds Gross Att-Com            TD   In   R P Rt       M- A   No-Ls No-Yds No-Avg TOP
NO    20 8      12     0      4/11 0/0   452      59 164     29    5.7    288       0- 0       288   30- 18       3    0   1 3 1        2- 2     1- 1  6- 30  4-41.5 28:15
@Ten 23 5       17     1      5/12 0/0   381      66   81    22    3.7    300      2- 12       312   42- 28       1    1   1 1 0        3- 4     1- 0  5- 44  3-42.7 29:42
@Hou 18 5       13     0      8/14 0/0   362      59   92    29    3.2    270       1- 3       273   29- 20       1    0   2 1 0        3- 3     1- 0  5- 30  3-57.7 30:58
DEN   30 18     11     1      6/10 0/0   419      64 226     37    6.1    193       0- 0       193   27- 20       3    0   2 3 0        1- 1     0- 0  2- 10  2-30.0 30:48
TB    28 12     15     1     12/16 1/1   400      77 147     40    3.7    253       0- 0       253   37- 29       2    1   2 2 0        2- 2     0- 0  2- 15  1-33.0 38:15
@Jax 24 12      10     2      7/14 1/1   384      72 141     33    4.3    243      2- 16       259   37- 23       1    1   2 1 0        2- 2     1- 0  4- 27  3-40.3 34:07
@Car 23 9       11     3      6/12 0/1   395      64 131     32    4.1    264       0- 0       264   32- 15       2    0   2 2 0        1- 1     2- 1  5- 27  4-41.3 23:55
NE    23 10      9     4      5/12 0/0   329      61 119     31    3.8    210      3- 15       225   27- 16       1    1   1 1 0        2- 3     2- 1  4- 25  3-53.3 30:16
@SD
KC
@Atl
JAX
@Balt
@Oak
HOU
TEN
TOT. 189 79     98     12   53/101   2/3 3122    522 1101    253    4.4   2021     8- 46    2067     261-169     14   4 13 14      1   16-18    8- 3   33-208   23-43.7   30:48

                                                                   2007 COLTS GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSE

       --1st Downs--        Down Conv.          NET OFF---RUSHING--               -----------PASSING----------             --TDS--     -FGS-   -FUM-  -PEN-- -PUNTS-
OPP    T R       P     P       3rd 4th   Tot      PL Tot    Att   Avg      Net   Sa-Yds Gross Att-Com            TD   In   R P Rt       M- A   No-Ls No-Yds No-Avg TOP
NO    18 8       9     1      6/15 1/1   293      68 106     26    4.1     187      1- 5       192   41- 28       0    2   0 0 1        1- 2     2- 1  4- 20  5-48.4 31:45
@Ten 19 9        9     1      7/14 0/2   313      64 141     34    4.1     172     3- 12       184   27- 17       1    0   1 1 0        2- 2     2- 2  4- 40  3-39.3 30:18
@Hou 16 5       10     1      5/11 1/1   254      53   40    17    2.4     214     3- 22       236   33- 27       1    2   1 1 1        1- 1     3- 0  2- 15  3-36.7 29:02
DEN   22 12     10     0      6/10 0/0   354      58 223     36    6.2     131      1- 0       131   21- 13       1    1   1 1 0        2- 2     2- 1  4- 32  2-56.0 29:12
TB    12 1      10     1      4/ 9 0/0   177      40   17    12    1.4     160      1- 5       165   27- 21       2    1   0 2 0        0- 0     0- 0  3- 21  5-43.6 21:45
@Jax 18 9        8     1      5/13 2/6   226      66 117     27    4.3     109     3- 19       128   36- 17       0    2   1 0 0        0- 0     2- 1  2- 20  1-47.0 25:53
@Car 20 8       11     1     10/21 2/2   293      78 108     33    3.3     185      0- 0       185   45- 28       0    1   1 0 0        0- 0     3- 2  8- 55  6-46.0 36:05
NE    21 6      14     1      7/12 0/0   342      62 105     28    3.8     237     2- 18       255   32- 21       3    2   0 3 0        1- 1     0- 0 10-146  3-44.3 29:44
@SD
KC
@Atl
JAX
@Balt
@Oak
HOU
TEN
TOT. 146 58     81      7   50/105 6/12 2252     489   857   213    4.0   1395    14-81     1476     262-172      8   11   5   8   2    7- 8   14- 7   37-349   28-44.9   29:13
                                                                                                 2007 PARTICIPATION CHART
                                                                             X-Played; INA-Inactive; 3QB-Third QB (*-DNP); NWT- Not With Team




                                                                                                                                                                       N. ENGLAND
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                    Games Started




                                                                              N. ORLEANS
                                    Games Played




                                                                                                                                                                                    @ San Diego
                                                                                            @ Tennessee




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 @ Baltimore
                                                   Did Not Play




                                                                                                                                                                                                  KAN. CITY




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           HOUSTON
                                                                                                                                                         @ Carolina




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               @ Oakland
                                                                                                           @ Houston
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                                                                                                                        DENVER




                                                                                                                                               @ Jax.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                          JAX.
       Player
Addai, Joseph        7               7              0             1           RB            RB             RB           RB       INA           RB        RB            RB
Archer, Brandon      0               2              0             0          NWT           NWT            NWT          NWT       NWT          NWT        X             X
Bethea, Antoine      8               8              0             0           FS            FS             FS           FS        FS           FS        FS            FS
Boiman, Rocky        3               8              0             0           X            SLB             X            X         X            X        SLB           SLB
Brackett, Gary       8               8              0             0          MLB           MLB            MLB          MLB       MLB          MLB       MLB           MLB
Brock, Raheem        8               8              0             0          LDT           LDT            LDT          LDT       LDT          LDT       LDT           LDT
Bullitt, Melvin      0               7              0             1           X             X             INA           X         X            X         X             X
Charleston, Jeff     0               5              0             3           X             X              X           INA        X           INA       INA            X
Clark, Dallas        8               8              0             0           TE            TE             TE           TE        TE           TE        TE            TE
Coe, Michael         0               0              1             7          INA           INA            INA          INA       DNP          INA       INA           INA
Condren, Brannon     0               2              0             6          INA           INA            INA          INA        X           INA        X            INA
Dawson, Clifton      0               3              0             2          NWT           NWT            NWT          INA        X           INA        X             X
Dawson, Keyunta      0               8              0             0           X             X              X            X         X            X         X             X
Diem, Ryan           8               8              0             0           RT            RT             RT           RT        RT           RT        RT            RT
Federkeil, Dan       0               8              0             0           X             X              X            X         X            X         X             X
Fletcher, Bryan      1               8              0             0           X             X              X            X        H-B           X         X             X
Freeney, Dwight      8               8              0             0          RDE           RDE            RDE          RDE       RDE          RDE       RDE           RDE
Gandy, Dylan         0               2              3             3          INA           DNP            INA          DNP       DNP          INA        X             X
Giordano, Matt       1               7              0             1           X             X              X            X         SS           X        INA            X
Gonzalez, Anthony    4               8              0             0           X             X             WR            X        WR            X        WR            WR
Guzman, Ramon        0               8              0             0           X             X              X            X         X            X         X             X
Hagler, Tyjuan       4               7              0             1           X            WLB             X            X        WLB          SLB       WLB           INA
Hall, Roy            0               3              0             1           X             X              X           INA        IR           IR        IR            IR
Harrison, Marvin     5               5              0             3          WR            WR             WR           WR        INA          WR        INA           INA
Hayden, Kelvin       8               8              0             0          LCB           LCB            LCB          LCB       LCB          LCB       LCB           LCB
Hughes, Dante        0               8              0             0           X             X              X            X         X            X         X             X
Jackson, Marlin      8               8              0             0          RCB           RCB            RCB          RCB       RCB          RCB       RCB           RCB
Jennings, Tim        3               7              0             1          INA            X              DB           X         DB           X         X             DB
Johnson, Charlie     2               6              0             2          INA           INA             X            X         X            X         LT            LT
Johnson, Ed          8               8              0             0          RDT           RDT            RDT          RDT       RDT          RDT       RDT           RDT
Keiaho, Freddy       4               4              0             4          WLB           INA            WLB          WLB       INA          WLB       INA           INA
Keith, Kenton        1               8              0             0           X             X              X            X         RB           X         X             X
Klecko, Dan          0               2              0             6          INA           INA            INA          INA       INA          INA        X             X
Lawton, Luke         0               6              0             0           X             X              X            X         X            X        NWT           NWT
Lilja, Ryan          8               8              0             0           LG            LG             LG           LG        LG           LG        LG            LG
Manning, Peyton      8               8              0             0           QB            QB             QB           QB        QB           QB        QB            QB
Mathis, Robert       8               8              0             0          LDE           LDE            LDE          LDE       LDE          LDE       LDE           LDE
Moorehead, Aaron     0               6              1             1          DNP            X              X            X        INA           X         X             X
Morris, Rob          2               2              0             2          SLB           INA            INA          SLB        IR           IR        IR            IR
Pitcock, Quinn       0               2              0             6          INA           INA            INA          INA        X            X        INA           INA
Reid, Darrell        0               8              0             0           X             X              X            X         X            X         X             X
Rushing, T.J.        0               7              0             1           X             X              X            X        INA           X         X             X
Sanders, Bob         7               7              0             1           SS            SS             SS           SS       INA           SS        SS            SS
Saturday, Jeff       8               8              0             0            C             C              C            C         C            C         C             C
Scott, Jake          8               8              0             0           RG            RG             RG           RG        RG           RG        RG            RG
Session, Clint       0               6              0             2          INA            X              X           INA        X            X         X             X
Smith, Hunter        0               8              0             0           X             X              X            X         X            X         X             X
Snow, Justin         0               8              0             0           X             X              X            X         X            X         X             X
Sorgi, Jim           0               1              6             0          DNP           DNP            DNP          DNP       DNP          DNP        X            DNP
Thomas, Josh         0               8              0             0           X             X              X            X         X            X         X             X
Thorpe, Craphonso    0               1              1             2          NWT           NWT            NWT          NWT        X           INA       DNP           INA
Toudouze, Michael    0               0              1             2          DNP           INA            INA          NWT       NWT          NWT       NWT           NWT
Ugoh, Tony           6               6              0             2           LT            LT             LT           LT        LT           LT       INA           INA
Utecht, Ben          6               7              0             1          H-B           H-B             X           H-B       INA          H-B       H-B           H-B
Vinatieri, Adam      0               8              0             0           X             X              X            X         X            X         X             X
Wayne, Reggie        8               8              0             0          WR            WR             WR           WR        WR           WR        WR            WR
Worsley, Victor      0               2              0             2          NWT           NWT            NWT          NWT        X           INA       INA            X
                                             INDIANAPOLIS COLTS DEPTH CHART

                                                         OFFENSE

WR       87 REGGIE WAYNE           (6-0, 198, 7)      85 Aaron Moorehead (6-3, 200, 5)
LT       67 TONY UGOH              (6-5, 301, R)      76 Dan Federkeil      (6-6, 290, 2)
LG       65 RYAN LILJA             (6-2, 290, 4)      57 Dylan Gandy        (6-3, 302, 3)
C        63 JEFF SATURDAY          (6-2, 295, 9)      57 Dylan Gandy        (6-3, 302, 3)
RG       73 JAKE SCOTT             (6-5, 295, 4)      57 Dylan Gandy        (6-3, 302, 3)
RT       71 RYAN DIEM              (6-6, 320, 7)      74 Charlie Johnson    (6-4, 305, 2)
TE       44 DALLAS CLARK           (6-3, 252, 5)      86 Ben Utecht         (6-6, 251, 4)    81 Bryan Fletcher     (6-5, 230, 3)
WR       88 MARVIN HARRISON (6-0, 185, 12)            11 Anthony Gonzalez (6-0, 193, R)      15 Craphonso Thorpe (6-0, 187, 1)
QB       18 PEYTON MANNING         (6-5, 230, 10)     12 Jim Sorgi          (6-5, 196, 4)
RB       29 JOSEPH ADDAI           (5-11, 214, 2)     36 Kenton Keith       (5-11, 198, 1)   30 Clifton Dawson     (5-10, 202, R)
H-B      86 BEN UTECHT             (6-6, 251, 4)      81 Bryan Fletcher     (6-5, 230, 3)


                                                         DEFENSE

LE       98 ROBERT MATHIS          (6-2, 245, 5)      91 Josh Thomas        (6-5, 271, 4)    96 Keyunta Dawson     (6-3, 254, R)
LT       79 RAHEEM BROCK           (6-4, 274, 6)      95 Darrell Reid       (6-2, 288, 3)    97 Quinn Pitcock      (6-2, 299, R)
RT       99 ED JOHNSON             (6-2, 296, R)      90 Dan Klecko         (5-11, 275, 5)
RE       93 DWIGHT FREENEY         (6-1, 268, 6)      60 Jeff Charleston    (6-4, 265, 1)
SLB      56 TYJUAN HAGLER          (6-0, 236, 2)      50 Rocky Boiman       (6-4, 236, 6)    52 Ramon Guzman       (6-2, 232, R)
MLB      58 GARY BRACKETT          (5-11, 235, 5)     51 Victor Worsley     (6-1, 234, R)    53 Brandon Archer     (6-0, 239, R)
WLB      54 FREDDY KEIAHO          (5-11, 226, 2)     56 Tyjuan Hagler      (6-0, 236, 2)    55 Clint Session      (6-0, 235, R)
LCB      26 KELVIN HAYDEN          (6-0, 195, 3)      34 T.J. Rushing       (5-9, 186, 2)    20 Dante Hughes       (5-10, 190, R)
RCB      28 MARLIN JACKSON         (6-0, 196, 3)      23 Tim Jennings       (5-8, 185, 2)    25 Michael Coe        (6-0, 190, R)
SS       21 BOB SANDERS            (5-8, 206, 4)      43 Matt Giordano      (5-11, 200, 3)
FS       41 ANTOINE BETHEA         (5-11, 203, 2)     33 Melvin Bullitt     (6-1, 201, R)    42 Brannon Condren (6-1, 205, R)


                                                         SPECIALISTS

P        17 HUNTER SMITH           (6-2, 209, 9)
K         4 ADAM VINATIERI         (6-0, 202, 12)
H        17 HUNTER SMITH           (6-2, 209, 9)      12 Jim Sorgi          (6-5, 196, 4)
PR       34 T.J. RUSHING           (5-9, 186, 2)      25 Michael Coe        (6-0, 190, R)    36 Kenton Keith       (5-11, 198, 1)
KR       34 T.J. RUSHING           (5-9, 186, 2)      36 Kenton Keith       (5-11, 198, 1)
PC       48 JUSTIN SNOW            (6-3, 240, 8)      86 Ben Utecht         (6-6, 251, 4)
KC       48 JUSTIN SNOW            (6-3, 240, 8)      86 Ben Utecht         (6-6, 251, 4)

STARTERS IN CAPS, Rookie and first-year players underlined
(Height, Weight, NFL Experience)



                                                    PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
Joseph Addai (uh-DIE)                                            Freddy Keiaho (key-AH-ho)
Antoine Bethea (buh-THAY-uh)                                     Ryan Lilja (LILL-juh)
Raheem (rah-HEEM) Brock                                          Jim Sorgi (SORE-jee)
Keyunta (key-UN-tay) Dawson                                      Craphonso (kruh-FON-ZO) Thorpe
Ryan Diem (DEEM)                                                 Tony Ugoh (YOU-go)
Dan Federkeil (FAY-der-kyle)                                     Ben Utecht (YOU-tech)
Matt Giordano (JEE-or-DON-O)                                     Adam Vinatieri (Vin-uh-TERRY)
Tyjuan (tie-WAHN) Hagler                                         Victor Worsley (WOR-zlee)
Dante (DON-TAY) Hughes
                                  2007 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
                                                      BIRTH-     NFL
NO.   NAME                        POS.   HT.    WT.    DATE      EXP.   COLLEGE           HOMETOWN                HOW ACQ.
29    ADDAI, JOSEPH                RB    5-11   214    5/ 3/83      2   LOUISIANA STATE   HOUSTON, TX               D1-06
53    ARCHER, BRANDON              LB     6-0   239   10/30/83     R    KANSAS STATE      MINNEAPOLIS, MN           FA-07
41    BETHEA, ANTOINE              DB    5-11   203    7/ 7/84      2   HOWARD            NEWPORT NEWS, VA         D6b-06
50    BOIMAN, ROCKY                LB     6-4   236    1/24/80      6   NOTRE DAME        CINCINNATI, OH            FA-06
58    BRACKETT, GARY               LB    5-11   235    5/23/80      5   RUTGERS           GLASSBORO, NJ             FA-03
79    BROCK, RAHEEM                DT     6-4   274    6/10/78      6   TEMPLE            PHILADELPHIA, PA          FA-02
33    BULLITT, MELVIN              DB     6-1   201   11/13/84     R    TEXAS A&M         BRYAN, TX                 FA-07
60    CHARLESTON, JEFF             DE     6-4   265    1/19/83      1   IDAHO STATE       OREGON CITY, OR           FA-07
44    CLARK, DALLAS                TE     6-3   252    6/12/79      5   IOWA              LIVERMORE, IA             D1-03
25    COE, MICHAEL                 DB     6-0   190   12/17/83     R    ALABAMA STATE     MEMPHIS, TN              D5b-07
42    CONDREN, BRANNON             DB     6-1   205    8/19/83     R    TROY              FT. WALTON BEACH, FL     D4b-07
30    DAWSON, CLIFTON              RB    5-10   212   10/ 8/83     R    HARVARD           SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO FA-07
96    DAWSON, KEYUNTA              DE     6-3   254    9/13/85     R    TEXAS TECH        SHREVEPORT, LA            D7-07
71    DIEM, RYAN                   OT     6-6   320    7/ 1/79      7   N. ILLINOIS       CAROL STREAM, IL          D4-01
76    FEDERKEIL, DAN               OT     6-6   290   11/ 9/83      2   CALGARY           MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA     FA-06
81    FLETCHER, BRYAN              TE     6-5   230    3/23/79      3   UCLA              ST. LOUIS, MO             FA-05
93    FREENEY, DWIGHT              DE     6-1   268    2/19/80      6   SYRACUSE          HARTFORD, CT              D1-02
57    GANDY, DYLAN                C/G     6-3   302    3/ 8/82      3   TEXAS TECH        HARLINGEN, TX            D4a-05
43    GIORDANO, MATT               DB    5-11   200   10/16/82      3   CALIFORNIA        FRESNO, CA               D4b-05
11    GONZALEZ, ANTHONY           WR      6-0   193    9/18/84     R    OHIO STATE        CLEVELAND, OH             D1-07
52    GUZMAN, RAMON                LB     6-2   232    9/29/82     R    BUFFALO           BRONX, NY                 FA-07
56    HAGLER, TYJUAN               LB     6-0   236   12/ 3/81      2   CINCINNATI        KANKAKEE, IL             D5c-05
88    HARRISON, MARVIN            WR      6-0   185    8/25/72     12   SYRACUSE          PHILADELPHIA, PA          D1-96
26    HAYDEN, KELVIN               DB     6-0   195    7/23/83      3   ILLINOIS          CHICAGO, IL               D2-05
20    HUGHES, DANTE                DB    5-10   190    8/21/85     R    CALIFORNIA        LOS ANGELES, CA          D3a-07
28    JACKSON, MARLIN              DB     6-0   196    6/30/83      3   MICHIGAN          SHARON, PA                D1-05
23    JENNINGS, TIM                DB     5-8   185   12/24/83      2   GEORGIA           ORANGEBURG, SC            D2-06
74    JOHNSON, CHARLIE             OT     6-4   305    5/ 2/84      2   OKLAHOMA STATE    SHERMAN, TX              D6a-06
99    JOHNSON, ED                  DT     6-2   296   12/18/83     R    PENN STATE        DETROIT, MI               FA-07
54    KEIAHO, FREDDY               LB    5-11   226   12/18/82      2   SAN DIEGO STATE   VENTURA, CA               D3-06
36    KEITH, KENTON                RB    5-11   198    7/14/80      1   NEW MEXICO ST.    LINCOLN, NE               FA-07
90    KLECKO, DAN                  DT    5-11   275    1/12/81      5   TEMPLE            COLTS NECK, NJ          W-06 (NE)
65    LILJA, RYAN                  OG     6-2   290   10/15/81      4   KANSAS STATE      SHAWNEE, KS             W-04 (KC)
18    MANNING, PEYTON              QB     6-5   230    3/24/76     10   TENNESSEE         NEW ORLEANS, LA           D1-98
98    MATHIS, ROBERT               DE     6-2   245    2/26/81      5   ALABAMA A&M       ATLANTA, GA              D5a-03
85    MOOREHEAD, AARON            WR      6-3   200   11/ 5/80      5   ILLINOIS          DEERFIELD, IL             FA-03
97    PITCOCK, QUINN               DT     6-2   299    9/14/83     R    OHIO STATE        PIQUA, OH                D3b-07
95    REID, DARRELL                DT     6-2   288    6/20/82      3   MINNESOTA         FREEHOLD, NJ              FA-05
34    RUSHING, T.J.                DB     5-9   186    6/ 8/83      2   STANFORD          PAULS VALLEY, OK          D7-06
21    SANDERS, BOB                 DB     5-8   206    2/24/81      4   IOWA              ERIE, PA                 D2b-04
63    SATURDAY, JEFF                C     6-2   295    6/18/75      9   NORTH CAROLINA    TUCKER, GA                FA-99
73    SCOTT, JAKE                  OG     6-5   295    4/16/81      4   IDAHO             LEWISTON, ID             D5a-04
55    SESSION, CLINT               LB     6-0   235    9/ 9/84     R    PITTSBURGH        POMPANO BEACH, FL        D4c-07
17    SMITH, HUNTER                 P     6-2   209    8/ 9/77      9   NOTRE DAME        SHERMAN, TX              D7a-99
48    SNOW, JUSTIN                 TE     6-3   240   12/21/76      8   BAYLOR            ABILENE, TX               FA-00
12    SORGI, JIM                   QB     6-5   196   12/ 3/80      4   WISCONSIN         FRASER, MI               D6b-04
91    THOMAS, JOSH                 DE     6-5   271    6/26/81      4   SYRACUSE          ORCHARD PARK, NY          FA-04
15    THORPE, CRAPHONSO           WR      6-0   187    6/27/83      1   FLORIDA STATE     TALLAHASSEE, FL           FA-07
67    UGOH, TONY                   OT     6-5   301   11/17/83     R    ARKANSAS          HOUSTON, TX              D2a-07
86    UTECHT, BEN                  TE     6-6   251    6/30/81      4   MINNESOTA         HASTINGS, MN              FA-04
 4    VINATIERI, ADAM               K     6-0   202   12/28/72     12   S. DAKOTA STATE   RAPID CITY, SD         UFA-06 (NE)
87    WAYNE, REGGIE               WR      6-0   198   11/17/78      7   MIAMI             NEW ORLEANS, LA          D1b-01
51    WORSLEY, VICTOR              LB     6-1   234    4/24/84     R    NORTH CAROLINA    BATTLEBORO, NC            FA-07


INJURED RESERVE                                                                                                   ASSIGNED
83    HALL, ROY (Shoulder)        WR      6-3   240   12/ 8/83     R    OHIO STATE        LYNDHURST, OH             10/06
92    McFARLAND, ANTHONY (Knee)    DT     6-0   300   12/18/77      9   LOUISIANA STATE   WINNSBORO, LA             08/09
94    MORRIS, ROB (Knee)           LB     6-2   243    1/18/75      8   BRIGHAM YOUNG     NAMPA, ID                 10/03
42    SEIDMAN, MIKE (Knee)         TE     6-4   261    2/11/81      5   UCLA              WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA      08/02
37    SMITH, ANTONIO (Clavicle)    DB     5-9   192    6/12/84     R    OHIO STATE        COLUMBUS, OH              07/30
                                                2007 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS NUMERICAL ROSTER

                                                                                  NFL
NO     NAME                         POS.         HT.       WT.         AGE        EXP.       COLLEGE                         HOMETOWN                           HOW ACQ
 4     ADAM VINATIERI                  K         6-0        202          34          12      SOUTH DAKOTA STATE              RAPID CITY, SD                    UFA-06 (NE)
11     ANTHONY GONZALEZ              WR          6-0        193          23          R       OHIO STATE                      CLEVELAND, OH                         D1-07
12     JIM SORGI                      QB         6-5        196          26           4      WISCONSIN                       FRASER, MI                           D6b-04
15     CRAPHONSO THORPE              WR          6-0        187          24           1      FLORIDA STATE                   TALLAHASSEE, FL                       FA-07
17     HUNTER SMITH                     P        6-2        209          30           9      NOTRE DAME                      SHERMAN, TX                          D7a-99
18     PEYTON MANNING                 QB         6-5        230          31          10      TENNESSEE                       NEW ORLEANS, LA                       D1-98
20     DANTE HUGHES                   DB         5-10       190          22          R       CALIFORNIA                      LOS ANGELES, CA                      D3a-07
21     BOB SANDERS                    DB         5-8        206          26           4      IOWA                            ERIE, PA                             D2b-04
23     TIM JENNINGS                   DB         5-8        185          23           2      GEORGIA                         ORANGEBURG, SC                        D2-06
25     MICHAEL COE                    DB         6-0        190          23          R       ALABAMA STATE                   MEMPHIS, TN                          D5b-07
26     KELVIN HAYDEN                  DB         6-0        195          24           3      ILLINOIS                        CHICAGO, IL                           D2-05
28     MARLIN JACKSON                 DB         6-0        196          24           3      MICHIGAN                        SHARON, PA                            D1-05
29     JOSEPH ADDAI                   RB         5-11       214          24           2      LOUISIANA STATE                 HOUSTON, TX                           D1-06
30     CLIFTON DAWSON                 RB         5-10       212          24          R       HARVARD                         SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO                  FA-07
33     MELVIN BULLITT                 DB         6-1        201          22          R       TEXAS A&M                       BRYAN, TX                             FA-07
34     T.J. RUSHING                   DB         5-9        186          24           2      STANFORD                        PAULS VALLEY, OK                      D7-06
36     KENTON KEITH                   RB         5-11       198          27           1      NEW MEXICO STATE                LINCOLN, NE                           FA-07
41     ANTOINE BETHEA                 DB         5-11       203          23           2      HOWARD                          NEWPORT NEWS, VA                     D6b-06
42     BRANNON CONDREN                DB         6-1        205          24          R       TROY                            FT. WALTON BEACH, FL                 D4b-07
43     MATT GIORDANO                  DB         5-11       200          25           3      CALIFORNIA                      FRESNO, CA                           D4b-05
44     DALLAS CLARK                   TE         6-3        252          28           5      IOWA                            LIVERMORE, IA                         D1-03
48     JUSTIN SNOW                    TE         6-3        240          30           8      BAYLOR                          ABILENE, TX                           FA-00
50     ROCKY BOIMAN                   LB         6-4        236          27           6      NOTRE DAME                      CINCINNATI, OH                        FA-06
51     VICTOR WORSLEY                 LB         6-1        234          23          R       NORTH CAROLINA                  BATTLEBORO, NC                        FA-07
52     RAMON GUZMAN                   LB         6-2        232          25          R       BUFFALO                         BRONX, NY                             FA-07
53     BRANDON ARCHER                 LB         6-0        239          24          R       KANSAS STATE                    MINNEAPOLIS, MN                       FA-07
54     FREDDY KEIAHO                  LB         5-11       226          24           2      SAN DIEGO STATE                 VENTURA, CA                           D3-06
55     CLINT SESSION                  LB         6-0        235          23          R       PITTSBURGH                      POMPANO BEACH, FL                    D4c-07
56     TYJUAN HAGLER                  LB         6-0        236          25           2      CINCINNATI                      KANKAKEE, IL                         D5c-05
57     DYLAN GANDY                   C/G         6-3        302          25           3      TEXAS TECH                      HARLINGEN, TX                        D4a-05
58     GARY BRACKETT                  LB         5-11       235          27           5      RUTGERS                         GLASSBORO, NJ                         FA-03
60     JEFF CHARLESTON                DE         6-4        265          24           1      IDAHO STATE                     OREGON CITY, OR                       FA-07
63     JEFF SATURDAY                   C         6-2        295          32           9      NORTH CAROLINA                  TUCKER, GA                            FA-99
65     RYAN LILJA                    OG          6-2        290          26           4      KANSAS STATE                    SHAWNEE, KS                        W-04 (KC)
67     TONY UGOH                      OT         6-5        301          23          R       ARKANSAS                        HOUSTON, TX                          D2a-07
71     RYAN DIEM                      OT         6-6        320          28           7      N. ILLINOIS                     CAROL STREAM, IL                      D4-01
73     JAKE SCOTT                    OG          6-5        295          26           4      IDAHO                           LEWISTON, ID                         D5a-04
74     CHARLIE JOHNSON                OT         6-4        305          23           2      OKLAHOMA STATE                  SHERMAN, TX                          D6a-06
76     DAN FEDERKEIL                  OT         6-6        290          24           2      CALGARY                         MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA                 FA-06
79     RAHEEM BROCK                   DT         6-4        274          29           6      TEMPLE                          PHILADELPHIA, PA                      FA-02
81     BRYAN FLETCHER                 TE         6-5        230          28           3      UCLA                            ST. LOUIS, MO                         FA-05
85     AARON MOOREHEAD               WR          6-3        200          27           5      ILLINOIS                        DEERFIELD, IL                         FA-03
86     BEN UTECHT                     TE         6-6        251          26           4      MINNESOTA                       HASTINGS, MN                          FA-04
87     REGGIE WAYNE                  WR          6-0        198          28           7      MIAMI                           NEW ORLEANS, LA                      D1b-01
88     MARVIN HARRISON               WR          6-0        185          35          12      SYRACUSE                        PHILADELPHIA, PA                      D1-96
90     DAN KLECKO                     DT         5-11       275          26           5      TEMPLE                          COLTS NECK, NJ                     W-06 (NE)
91     JOSH THOMAS                    DE         6-5        271          26           4      SYRACUSE                        ORCHARD PARK, NY                      FA-04
93     DWIGHT FREENEY                 DE         6-1        268          27           6      SYRACUSE                        HARTFORD, CT                          D1-02
95     DARRELL REID                   DT         6-2        288          25           3      MINNESOTA                       FREEHOLD, NJ                          FA-05
96     KEYUNTA DAWSON                 DE         6-3        254          22          R       TEXAS TECH                      SHREVEPORT, LA                        D7-07
97     QUINN PITCOCK                  DT         6-2        299          24          R       OHIO STATE                      PIQUA, OH                            D3b-07
98     ROBERT MATHIS                  DE         6-2        245          26           5      ALABAMA A&M                     ATLANTA, GA                          D5a-03
99     ED JOHNSON                     DT         6-2        296          23          R       PENN STATE                      DETROIT, MI                           FA-07


HEAD COACH: TONY DUNGY
Assistants: Jim Caldwell (Assistant Head Coach/Quarterbacks); Clyde Christensen (Wide Receivers); Richard Howell (Assistant Strength and Conditioning); Gene Huey
(Running Backs); Ron Meeks (Defensive Coordinator); Pete Metzelaars (Offensive Quality Control); Tom Moore (Offensive Coordinator); Howard Mudd (Offensive Line); Mike
Murphy (Linebackers); Rod Perry (Special Assistant to the Defense); Russ Purnell (Special Teams); Bill Teerlinck (Defensive Assistant); John Teerlinck (Defensive Line); Ricky
Thomas (Tight Ends); Jon Torine (Strength and Conditioning); Alan Williams (Defensive Backs); Carlos Woods (Defensive Quality Control)
                                        2007 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS ROSTER BY POSITION

                                                            OFFENSE

QUARTERBACKS (2)         POS.    HT.    WT.    EXP.    COLLEGE            HOMETOWN                HOW ACQ
12 JIM SORGI              QB     6-5    196      4    WISCONSIN           FRASER, MI              D6b-04
18 PEYTON MANNING         QB     6-5    230     10    TENNESSEE           NEW ORLEANS, LA         D1-98

RUNNING BACKS (3)         POS.   HT.    WT.    EXP.   COLLEGE             HOMETOWN                HOW ACQ
29 JOSEPH ADDAI           RB     5-11   214      2    LOUISIANA STATE     HOUSTON, TX             D1-06
30 CLIFTON DAWSON         RB     5-10   212     R     HARVARD             SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO    FA-07
36 KENTON KEITH           RB     5-11   198      1    NEW MEXICO STATE    LINCOLN, NE             FA-07

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN (8)     POS.   HT.    WT.    EXP.   COLLEGE             HOMETOWN                HOW ACQ
57  DYLAN GANDY           C/G    6-3    302      3    TEXAS TECH          HARLINGEN, TX           D4a-05
63  JEFF SATURDAY          C     6-2    295      9    NORTH CAROLINA      TUCKER, GA              FA-99
65  RYAN LILJA            OG     6-2    290      4    KANSAS STATE        SHAWNEE, KS             W-04 (KC)
67  TONY UGOH             OT     6-5    301     R     ARKANSAS            HOUSTON, TX             D2a-07
71  RYAN DIEM             OT     6-6    320      7    N. ILLINOIS         CAROL STREAM, IL        D4-01
73  JAKE SCOTT            OG     6-5    295      4    IDAHO               LEWISTON, ID            D5a-04
74  CHARLIE JOHNSON       OT     6-4    305      2    OKLAHOMA STATE      SHERMAN, TX             D6a-06
76  DAN FEDERKEIL         OT     6-6    290      2    CALGARY             MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA   FA-06

TIGHT ENDS (4)            POS.   HT.    WT.    EXP.   COLLEGE             HOMETOWN                HOW ACQ
44  DALLAS CLARK          TE     6-3    252      5    IOWA                LIVERMORE, IA           D1-03
48  JUSTIN SNOW           TE     6-3    240      8    BAYLOR              ABILENE, TX             FA-00
81  BRYAN FLETCHER        TE     6-5    230      3    UCLA                ST. LOUIS, MO           FA-05
86  BEN UTECHT            TE     6-6    251      4    MINNESOTA           HASTINGS, MN            FA-04

WIDE RECEIVERS (5)        POS.   HT.    WT.    EXP.   COLLEGE             HOMETOWN                HOW ACQ
11  ANTHONY GONZALEZ      WR     6-0    193      R    OHIO STATE          CLEVELAND, OH           D1-07
15  CRAPHONSO THORPE      WR     6-0    187      1    FLORIDA STATE       TALLAHASSEE, FL         FA-07
85  AARON MOOREHEAD       WR     6-3    200      5    ILLINOIS            DEERFIELD, IL           FA-03
87  REGGIE WAYNE          WR     6-0    198      7    MIAMI               NEW ORLEANS, LA         D1b-01
88  MARVIN HARRISON       WR     6-0    185     12    SYRACUSE            PHILADELPHIA, PA        D1-96


                                                            DEFENSE

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN (10)    POS.   HT.    WT.    EXP.   COLLEGE             HOMETOWN                HOW ACQ
60  JEFF CHARLESTON       DE     6-4    265      1    IDAHO STATE         OREGON CITY, OR         FA-07
79  RAHEEM BROCK          DT     6-4    274      6    TEMPLE              PHILADELPHIA, PA        FA-02
90  DAN KLECKO            DT     5-11   275      5    TEMPLE              COLTS NECK, NJ          W-06 (NE)
91  JOSH THOMAS           DE     6-5    271      4    SYRACUSE            ORCHARD PARK, NY        FA-04
93  DWIGHT FREENEY        DE     6-1    268      6    SYRACUSE            HARTFORD, CT            D1-02
95  DARRELL REID          DT     6-2    288      3    MINNESOTA           FREEHOLD, NJ            FA-05
96  KEYUNTA DAWSON        DE     6-3    254     R     TEXAS TECH          SHREVEPORT, LA          D7-07
97  QUINN PITCOCK         DT     6-2    299     R     OHIO STATE          PIQUA, OH               D3b-07
98  ROBERT MATHIS         DE     6-2    245      5    ALABAMA A&M         ATLANTA, GA             D5a-03
99  ED JOHNSON            DT     6-2    296     R     PENN STATE          DETROIT, MI             FA-07

LINEBACKERS (8)           POS.   HT.    WT.    EXP.   COLLEGE             HOMETOWN                HOW ACQ
50  ROCKY BOIMAN          LB     6-4    236      6    NOTRE DAME          CINCINNATI, OH          FA-06
51  VICTOR WORSLEY        LB     6-1    234     R     NORTH CAROLINA      BATTLEBORO, NC          FA-07
52  RAMON GUZMAN          LB     6-2    232     R     BUFFALO             BRONX, NY               FA-07
53  BRANDON ARCHER        LB     6-0    239     R     KANSAS STATE        MINNEAPOLIS, MN         FA-07
54  FREDDY KEIAHO         LB     5-11   226      2    SAN DIEGO STATE     VENTURA, CA             D3-06
55  CLINT SESSION         LB     6-0    235     R     PITTSBURGH          POMPANO BEACH, FL       D4c-07
56  TYJUAN HAGLER         LB     6-0    236      2    CINCINNATI          KANKAKEE, IL            D5c-05
58  GARY BRACKETT         LB     5-11   235      5    RUTGERS             GLASSBORO, NJ           FA-03

DEFENSIVE BACKS (11)      POS.   HT.    WT.    EXP.   COLLEGE             HOMETOWN                HOW ACQ
20  DANTE HUGHES          DB     5-10   190     R     CALIFORNIA          LOS ANGELES, CA         D3a-07
21  BOB SANDERS           DB     5-8    206      4    IOWA                ERIE, PA                D2b-04
23  TIM JENNINGS          DB     5-8    185      2    GEORGIA             ORANGEBURG, SC          D2-06
25  MICHAEL COE           DB     6-0    190     R     ALABAMA STATE       MEMPHIS, TN             D5b-07
26  KELVIN HAYDEN         DB     6-0    195      3    ILLINOIS            CHICAGO, IL             D2-05
28  MARLIN JACKSON        DB     6-0    196      3    MICHIGAN            SHARON, PA              D1-05
33  MELVIN BULLITT        DB     6-1    201     R     TEXAS A&M           BRYAN, TX               FA-07
34  T.J. RUSHING          DB     5-9    186      2    STANFORD            PAULS VALLEY, OK        D7-06
41  ANTOINE BETHEA        DB     5-11   203      2    HOWARD              NEWPORT NEWS, VA        D6b-06
42  BRANNON CONDREN       DB     6-1    205     R     TROY                FT. WALTON BEACH, FL    D4b-07
43  MATT GIORDANO         DB     5-11   200      3    CALIFORNIA          FRESNO, CA              D4b-05

SPECIALISTS (2)           POS. HT.      WT.    EXP.   COLLEGE            HOMETOWN                 HOW ACQ
 4  ADAM VINATIERI         K 6-0        202     12    SOUTH DAKOTA STATE RAPID CITY, SD           UFA-06 (NE)
17  HUNTER SMITH           P 6-2        209      9    NOTRE DAME         SHERMAN, TX              D7a-99
                                                   BUILDING THE COLTS
YEAR        DRAFT                                     TRADE/WAIVERS                                 FREE AGENTS
1996        Marvin Harrison (1)

1998        Peyton Manning (1)

1999        Hunter Smith (7)                                                                        Jeff Saturday

2000        *Rob Morris (1)                                                                         Justin Snow

2001        Reggie Wayne (1)
            Ryan Diem (4)

2002        Dwight Freeney (1)                                                                      Raheem Brock

2003        Dallas Clark (1)                                                                        Gary Brackett
            Robert Mathis (5a)                                                                      Aaron Moorehead

2004        Bob Sanders (2b)                          Ryan Lilja (Waivers-KC)                       Josh Thomas
            Jake Scott (5a)                                                                         Ben Utecht
            Jim Sorgi (6b)

2005        Marlin Jackson (1)                                                                      Bryan Fletcher
            Kelvin Hayden (2)                                                                       Darrell Reid
            Dylan Gandy (4a)
            Matt Giordano (4b)
            Tyjuan Hagler (5c)

2006        Joseph Addai (1)                          Dan Klecko (Waivers-NE)                       Rocky Boiman
            Tim Jennings (2)                          *Anthony McFarland (Trade-TB)                 Dan Federkeil
            Freddy Keiaho (3)                                                                       Adam Vinatieri (UFA-NE)
            Charlie Johnson (6a)
            Antoine Bethea (6b)
            T.J. Rushing (7)

2007        Anthony Gonzalez (1)                                                                    Brandon Archer
            Tony Ugoh (2a)                                                                          Melvin Bullitt
            Dante Hughes (3a)                                                                       Jeff Charleston
            Quinn Pitcock (3b)                                                                      Clifton Dawson
            Brannon Condren (4b)                                                                    Ramon Guzman
            Clint Session (4c)                                                                      Ed Johnson
            *Roy Hall (5a)                                                                          Kenton Keith
            Michael Coe (5b)                                                                        *Mike Seidman (UFA-Car)
            Keyunta Dawson (7)                                                                      *Antonio Smith
                                                                                                    Craphonso Thorpe
                                                                                                    Victor Worsley

ACTIVE ROSTER:                         30           +             2              +                   21              = 53
TOTAL:                                 32           +             3              +                   23              = 58
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*Injured Reserve; #Reserve/NFI/PUP/Suspended

NOTES :            22 Offensive Players                   8 OL,       5 WR, 4 TE,            3 RB, 2 QB
                   29 Defensive Players                  10 DL,       8 LB, 11 DB
                    2 Specialists
                              INDIANAPOLIS COLTS ROSTER BY EXPERIENCE

12TH YEAR (2)                      4TH YEAR (6)                    1ST YEAR (3)
MARVIN HARRISON                    RYAN LILJA                      JEFF CHARLESTON
ADAM VINATIERI                     BOB SANDERS                     KENTON KEITH
                                   JAKE SCOTT                      CRAPHONSO THORPE
10TH YEAR (1)                      JIM SORGI
PEYTON MANNING                     JOSH THOMAS                     ROOKIE (14)
                                   BEN UTECHT                      BRANDON ARCHER
9TH YEAR (2)                                                       MELVIN BULLITT
JEFF SATURDAY                      3RD YEAR (6)                    MICHAEL COE
HUNTER SMITH                       BRYAN FLETCHER                  BRANNON CONDREN
                                   DYLAN GANDY                     CLIFTON DAWSON
8TH YEAR (1)                       MATT GIORDANO                   KEYUNTA DAWSON
JUSTIN SNOW                        KELVIN HAYDEN                   ANTHONY GONZALEZ
                                   MARLIN JACKSON                  RAMON GUZMAN
7TH YEAR (2)                       DARRELL REID                    DANTE HUGHES
RYAN DIEM                                                          ED JOHNSON
REGGIE WAYNE                       2ND YEAR (8)                    QUINN PITCOCK
                                   JOSEPH ADDAI                    CLINT SESSION
6TH YEAR (3)                       ANTOINE BETHEA                  TONY UGOH
ROCKY BOIMAN                       DANIEL FEDERKEIL                VICTOR WORSLEY
RAHEEM BROCK                       TYJUAN HAGLER
DWIGHT FREENEY                     TIM JENNINGS
                                   CHARLIE JOHNSON
5TH YEAR (5)                       FREDDY KEIAHO
GARY BRACKETT                      T.J. RUSHING
DALLAS CLARK
DAN KLECKO
ROBERT MATHIS
AARON MOOREHEAD


                                 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS ROSTER BY ROUND
                        (INDICATES FIRST YEAR AND ORIGINAL TEAM IF NECESSARY)
1ST ROUND (8)                      4TH ROUND (8)                   7TH ROUND (4)
MARVIN HARRISON (96)               RYAN DIEM (01)                  HUNTER SMITH (99)
PEYTON MANNING (98)                ROCKY BOIMAN (02-TENN)          RAHEEM BROCK (02-PHIL)
REGGIE WAYNE (01)                  DAN KLECKO (03-NE)              T.J. RUSHING (06)
DWIGHT FREENEY (02)                DYLAN GANDY (05)                KEYUNTA DAWSON (07)
DALLAS CLARK (03)                  MATT GIORDANO (05)
MARLIN JACKSON (05)                CRAPHONSO THORPE (05-KC)        UNDRAFTED (18)
JOSEPH ADDAI (06)                  BRANNON CONDREN (07)            ADAM VINATIERI (96-NE)
ANTHONY GONZALEZ (07)              CLINT SESSION (07)              JEFF SATURDAY (99-BALT)
                                                                   JUSTIN SNOW (00)
2ND ROUND (4)                      5TH ROUND (4)                   GARY BRACKETT (03)
                                                                   AARON MOOREHEAD (03)
BOB SANDERS (04)                   ROBERT MATHIS (03)
                                                                   KENTON KEITH (04-NYJ, CFL)
KELVIN HAYDEN (05)                 JAKE SCOTT (04)                 RYAN LILJA (04-KC)
TIM JENNINGS (06)                  TYJUAN HAGLER (05)              JOSH THOMAS (04)
TONY UGOH (07)                     MICHAEL COE (07)                BEN UTECHT (04)
                                                                   DARRELL REID (05)
3RD ROUND (3)                      6TH ROUND (4)                   JEFF CHARLESTON (06-HOU)
FREDDY KEIAHO (06)                 BRYAN FLETCHER (02-CHI)         DANIEL FEDERKEIL (06)
DANTE HUGHES (07)                  JIM SORGI (04)                  BRANDON ARCHER (07)
QUINN PITCOCK (07)                 ANTOINE BETHEA (06)             MELVIN BULLITT (07)
                                   CHARLIE JOHNSON (06)            CLIFTON DAWSON (07)
                                                                   RAMON GUZMAN (07)
                                                                   ED JOHNSON (07)
                                                                   VICTOR WORSLEY (07)
 2007 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS




SUPPLEMENTAL BIOGRAPHIES
                         2007 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS FREE AGENT BIOGRAPHIES


53 BRANDON ARCHER
Linebacker 6-0 239
Kansas State
FA-2007
Born: October 30, 1983

PRO: Signed as FA with Colts on November 3, 2007…originally signed as FA with Colts on May 3, 2007…was waived on September 1,
2007…signed to Minnesota practice squad on September 5, 2007…was waived on September 12, 2007…signed to Colts practice squad on
October 17, 2007… signed as FA with Colts on Oct ober 27, 2007…was waived on October 31, 2007.

COLLEGE: Four-year letterman who started 34 of 50 games…had 268 career tackles…tied school record with three interception returns
for TDs…as senior, had 106 tackles, 50 solo, 2.5 sacks, four passes defensed and two FR…was first-team All-Big 12 by Associated Press,
Dallas Morning News, Houston Chronicle and San Antonio Express-News…was second-team All-Big 12 by league’s coaches, Kansas City
Star and Fort Worth Star-Telegram…had four double-digit tackle games and had 5+ tackles in 28 of last 30 games…started eleven games at
SLB as junior…was second-team All-Big 12 by Kansas City Star and honorable mention by Associated Press…had 72 tackles to lead team
for second consecutive season…had 9.5 tackles for losses, three sacks, four passes defensed and 45t interception…had 6+ tackles in nine
games…had eight tackles and two FF at Nebraska…had nine stops and one sack at Oklahoma…had eight tackles vs. Marshall, vs. Kansas
and at Texas Tech…had seven tackles and 45t interception vs. Missouri…started 10 of eleven games as sophomore…was second-team All-
Big 12 by Kansas City Star and honorable mention by Associated Press…topped club with 75 tackles…had two interceptions for TDs, and
had one FR…had eleven stops against Fresno State and Texas Tech…had 10 tackles and returned interception for TD against
Oklahoma…had 25t return at Missouri…had 10 stops vs. Iowa State…saw action in 15 games as reserve OLB and on special teams as
freshman…totaled 15 tackles, nine solo.

PERSONAL: Full name is Brandon Archer…born in Minneapolis, Minn.…attended Cretin-Durham High School…had 85 tackles, four
interceptions, two defensive TDs and five offensive scores as senior…won state title as sophomore and team was second in state as junior
and reached quarterfinals as senior…had 120 stops as junior, including 22 in one game…single…resides in Minneapolis, Minn.


33 MELVIN BULLITT
Defensive Back 6-1 201
Texas A&M
FA-2007
Born: November 13, 1984

PRO: Signed as FA on May 3, 2007

COLLEG E: Started 25 of 44 career games…had 183 tackles, 80 solo, 10.5 tackles for losses, three FF, one FR, 18 passes defensed and four
interceptions…as senior started 13 games…had 84 tackles, 26 solo, one interception, one FR and eight passes defensed…started 10 games as
junior…had 59 tackles, two interceptions and two FF…as sophomore, started two of 12 games…had 29 tackles, one interception and one
FF…played in eight games as freshman…had 13 tackles.

PERSONAL: Full name is Melvin Terry Bullitt…born in Bryan, Texas...attended Naaman Forest High School…was team MVP as senior
by totaling 78 tackles, 43 solo, five passes defensed, three interceptions, three FR and one FF…was 7-185, 1 TD receiving…resides in
Garland, Texas.


60 JEFF CHARLESTON
Defensive End 6-4 250
Idaho State
FA-2007
Born: January 19, 1983

PRO: Signed as FA on January 4, 2007…originally signed as FA by Houston on May 4, 2006…was waived on September 1, 2006.

COLLEGE: Played one season at Idaho State after transferring from Divison II Western Oregon…sat out 2004 season per NCAA transfer
regulations…as senior, registered 12 sacks, the 6th-best seasonal total in school history…had 56 tackles, five passed defensed, two FF and 19
tackles for losses…was voted Defensive and Newcomer Player-of-the-Year in Big Sky Conference…was two-time All-Great Northwest
Athletic Conference pick during seasons at Western Oregon…as sophomore, led team in sacks (4.5), tackles for losses (10.5) and FR
(4)…ranked 3rd on team with 69 tackles…majored in lab science.
PERSONAL: Full name is Jeffrey David Charleston…born in Oregon City, Ore.…attended Central High School (Independence,
Ore.)…lettered three years in football and basketball…was first-team All-Oregon pick at TE and second-team all-state at LB…resides in
Dallas, Ore.


30 CLIFTON DAWSON
Running Back 5-10 212
Harvard
FA-2007
Born: October 8, 1983

PRO: Signed as FA with Colts on September 28, 2007...originally signed as FA with Colts on May 4, 2007...was waived on September 1,
2007...signed as FA by Cincinnati on September 2, 2007...was waived on September 25, 2007.

COLLEGE: Four-year letterman who started 39 of 40 games…finished career with 958-4,841, 60 TDs rushing, 80-759, 4 TDs receiving
and 6,138 all-purpose yards…finished as Ivy League record holder for career rushing yards (4,841), career rushing touchdowns (60), career
touchdowns (66), career points (398) and career all-purpose yards (6,138)...owns every school rushing and scoring mark…was four-time
first-team All-Ivy choice…started 10 games as senior…was 237-1,213, 20 TDs rushing and 24-239, 1 TD receiving…set school seasonal
records in rushing TDs, total TDs and points (132)…scored TD in nine of 10 games and 2+ TDs in seven of 10 games…had three rushing
TDs four times…rushed for 181 yards and 3 TDs against Brown…started 10 games as junior…was unanimous first-team All-Ivy League
selection for third consecutive year…totaled 258-1,139, 11 TDs rushing and 34-336, 2 TDs receiving…ranked 13 th in Division 1-AA rushing,
5th nationally in all-purpose yards (161.4) and 17th in scoring (8.6)…had seven 100+ rushing games and nine 100+ all-purpose games…had
128 rushing yards and game-winning 3OT score, along with 10-85, 1 TD receiving, against Yale…rushed for 203 yards against
Princeton…rushed for 189 yards and 3 TDs against Brown…had 92t KOR against Dartmouth…was consensus first-team All-America
selection by AP and Walter Camp Foundation as sophomore…was first Harvard offensive back to gain All-America status since Barry
Wood in 1931…started 10 games and was 248-1,302 yards, 17 TDs rushing and 15-129, 1 TD receiving…set school seasonal records in
rushing yards…108 points broke prior school seasonal mark of Charlie Brickley (1912)…had seven 100+ games, rushing scores in eight
outings and had three rushing TDs in each of first three games…was unanimous first-team All-Ivy League selection as freshman, the first
league player to earn the honor…was 215-1,187, 12 TDs rushing and 7-55 receiving…was first Ivy League freshman with 1,000+
yards…was 17-16.6 KOR…was first offensive player in Ivy League history to earn first-team honors as freshman…set league’s seasonal
freshman record for rushing yards…economics major.

PERSONAL: Full name is Clifton George Dawson…born in Scarborough, Ontario.…attended Birchmount Park Collegiate Institute…was
two-sport star in track and football…named team MVP as senior…was an All-Canada selection…resides in Scarborough, Ontario.


52 RAMON GUZMAN
Linebacker 6-2 232
Buffalo
FA-2007
Born: September 29, 1982

PRO: Signed as FA on May 3, 2007

COLLEGE: Started 21 of 40 career games…totaled 163 tackles, 96 solo, 18 tackles for losses, one interception, one FF and 5.5 sacks…as
senior, started eight of nine games at LB, missing three games due to injury…had 67 tackles, 38 solo, eight tackles for losses and one
sack…had 14 stops against Temple and 13 vs. Bowling Green for top tackle outings…as junior, started 10 of eleven games in first season at
LB…had 51 tackles, 29 solo, six tackles for losses, 2.5 sacks, one interception, four passes defensed and one FF…had nine stops at
Connecticut for seasonal-high…had interception at Kent State, along with 1.5 sacks and one FF…had six tackles and one sack against
Akron…played in 10 games as sophomore at SS…had 37 tackles, 26 solo, four tackles for losses and two sacks…blocked a punt, had one
sack and had five tackles against Syracuse and blocked a PAT against Kent State…did not play in 2003…as freshman, played in 10 games
and started final three contests…played extensively at FB as t rue freshman…had TD reception at Ohio and was 5-19 receiving for
season…as lead blocker, helped RB-Aaron Leeper win MAC Freshman-of-the-Year honors…majored in biology .

PERSONAL: Full name is Ramon L. Guzman…born in Bronx, N.Y….attended DeWitt-Clinton High School…was four-year letterwinner
on both sides of ball…had 1,000+ rushing yards and had 125 tackles…was All-New York City selection…earned three letters in track and
one in wrestling…resides in Bronx, N.Y.
99 ED JOHNSON
Defensive Tackle 6-2 296
Penn State
FA-2007
Born: December 18, 1983

PRO: Signed as free agent with Colts on May 5, 2007.

COLLEGE: Three-year player who opened 18 of 34 career games…started 12 games as senior…had 33 tackles, 18 solo, 8.5 tackles for
losses, five sacks, one FF and five passes defensed…had two sacks vs. Youngstown State and vs. Illinois…started three of 10 games as
sophomore…had 21 tackles, 12 solo, four tackles for losses and two passes defensed…started three of 12 games as freshman…had 26
tackles, 14 solo, 2.5 tackles for losses and one FF…was redshirted in 2002…majored in labor and industrial relations.

PERSONAL: Full name is Edward Andre Johnson…born in Detroit, Mich….attended Crockett Technical High School…was four-year
starter who played DT, DE, LB, FB, OG and TE…had 83 tackles, 14 sacks, five interceptions and seven FR as senior…also was 41-350, 6
TDs rushing…was all-state and all-city choice…also lettered in basketball and track and field…single…resides in Detroit, Mich.


36 KENTON KEITH
Running Back 5-11 210
New Mexico State
FA-2007
Born: July 14, 1980

PRO: Signed as FA on January 16, 2007…originally signed as FA with NY Jets on February 27, 2004…was waived on June 16,
2004…played 2003-06 in Canadian Football League with Saskatchewan.

CAREER NOTES: Played in 54 career games with Saskatchewan from 2003-06…was 610-3,811, 21 TDs rushing and 126-1,178, 8 TDs
receiving. 2003: Was 102-709, 5 TDs rushing/20-142, 3 TDs receiving. 2004: Was 190-1,154, 9 TDs rushing/29-295, 2 TDs receiving.
2005: Was 151-911, 5 TDs rushing/25-228 receiving. 2006: Was 167-1,037, 2 TDs rushing/52-513, 3 TDs receiving…was on club’s
practice squad in 2002.

COLLEGE: Appeared in 39 games during career…rushed for 2,134 career yards…as senior, led team with 183-839, 13 TDs rushing, while
totaling 118 reception yards…as junior, set a school seasonal record with 7.8 rushing avg…. majored in criminal justice.

PERSONAL: Full name is Kenton Jermaine Keith…born in Lincoln, Neb….attended Benson High School…had 13.0+ rushing avg. as
junior and totaled 2,220 rushing yards in nine games…father, Percy, played 1976-80 at Nebraska…is cousin of former RB-Roger Craig and
RB-Ahman Green…resides in Omaha, Neb.


15 CRAPHONSO THORPE
Wide Receiver 6-0 187
Florida State
1st Year With Colts, 1st in NFL
FA-07
Born: June 27, 1983

GAMES STARTED/PLAYED: (2005: 0/0) Total 0/0

PRO: Signed as FA by Colts on October 6, 2007…originally was a D4-05 choice of Kansas City, the 116th selection overall…was waived
on September 3, 2005…was signed to Kansas City practice squad on September 5, 2005…signed as FA with Kansas City on December 30,
2005…was waived on August 29, 2006…was signed to Houston practice squad on October 17, 2006…was waived on October 24,
2006…was signed to Detroit practice squad on December 6, 2006…signed as FA with Detroit on January 1, 2007…was waived on April 16,
2007…claimed off waivers by Colts from Detroit on April 17, 2007…was waived on September 1, 2007…signed to Colts practice squad.

CAREER NOTES: 2005: Signed to active roster by Kansas City 12/30 and was inactive vs. Cincinnati 1/1/06.

COLLEGE: Started 21 of 48 career games…was 123-2,153, 18 TDs receiving, 6-13 rushing and 39-21.7 KOR for career…as senior,
started 10 of eleven games and was 2nd on team with 40-496, 2 TDs receiving…as junior, earned first-team All-ACC honors while starting
eleven games…was 51-994, 11 TDs…scoring receptions marked 6th-highest seasonal total in school history…was 2-31.0 KOR and 3-11
rushing…became 2nd player in school history with two 200+ seasonal reception yardage games, joining Ron Sellers (1968)…missed final
two games with broken leg…as sophomore, saw action in 14 games and was 17-377, 4 TDs…was 11-20.2 KOR…as freshman, played in
12 games and was 15-286, 1 TD and 26-21.6 KOR…was 5-68, 1 TD (33t) against Duke in debut…was two-time letterwinner in track and
was ACC Outdoor Performer-of-the-Year in 2003…named All-ACC after winning 100- (10.43) and 200-meter (20.87) events…competed on
4x100 relay team that qualified for NCAA Championships… majored in sports management.
PERSONAL: Full name is Craphonso Ja’won Thorpe….first name is pronounced, ‘cra-FONZO’…born in Tallahassee, Fla…attended
Lincoln High School…competed in football and track…was second-team prep All-USA selection by USA Today as senior with 64-1,025, 8
TDs receiving…single…resides in Tallahassee, Fla.


51 VICTOR WORSLEY
Linebacker 6-1 234
North Carolina
Free Agent-2007
Born: April 24, 1984

PRO: Signed as FA by Colts on October 4, 2007…originally signed…originally signed as FA by Colts on May 3, 2007…was waived on
August 1, 2007…signed as FA by Colts on August 8, 2007…was waived on September 1, 2007…signed to Colts practice squad.

COLLEGE: Three-year letterwinner who started 12 career games at LB…totaled 86 stops, 50 solo, six tackles for losses and 2.5
sacks…started eleven of 12 games as senior…had 58 tackles, 35 solo, 4.5 tackles for losses and 1.5 sacks…started one game as junior…had
22 tackles, eleven solo…appeared in two games as sophomore before suffering dislocated elbow…appeared in 12 games as freshman…had
six stops, one for loss, and one sack…was redshirted in 2002…majored in sociology.

PERSONAL: Full name is Victor Worsley…born in Battleboro, N.C.…attended North Edgecombe High School…was four-year starter at
LB…also played FB…had 495 career tackles and was 125-886, 22 TDs rushing…was three-time all-conference and all-area choice…was
two-time all-state selection…named area Defensive Player-of-the-Year as junior and senior…was named to North Carolina Shrine Bowl
team…lettered three years in basketball…Worsley and his wife, Michelle, reside with their daughter, Victoria, in Battleboro, N.C.