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Gazing Into the Future: Colts Offense Looking at Beginning Of Transition

Published by on May 15, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - Indianapolis Colts

The Indianapolis Colts’ 2009 season is likely to begin an offensive transition that’s been feared by fans of the Horse for years.

Those inside and outside the organization just hope beginning the process of following the Peyton Manning era is a smooth one.

That might not be as easy as it seems. Just days ago, offensive coordinator Tom Moore and offensive line coach Howard Mudd—architects of two of the Colts’ greatest strengths during the last decade—both retired. Both might be able to return as "consultants" come training camp, depending on the details of their retirement agreements, according to the Indianapolis Star.

Mudd and Moore aren’t the only ones feeling their age.

Franchise quarterback Peyton Manning is 33 and lost time last summer to surgery begotten by an infected bursa sac in his left knee.

Jeff Saturday, the anchor of his offensive line, is the same age.

Marvin Harrison has spent most of the l...

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