Colts cut QB Navarre to add depth on 'D'

Injuries that will leave the Indianapolis Colts' defense short-handed in Thursday night's preseason opener at Dallas have cost quarterback John Navarre a roster spot. Full Story
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GHT

Portland, OR

#42 Aug 7, 2007
Colts15to6 wrote:
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He did. And what a chump loser. Calls us "farm boys" and yet Indy is 12th largest city in the nation. Baltimore is a distant 18th. So wipe the crab #@$! off your shoes crabcake boy and just shut up.
Metro area my dear. Metro area. Where are you positioned there? Baltimore is between DC and Philly, not corn fields 500 miles on either side.
Knows It

South Vienna, OH

#43 Aug 7, 2007
How in the heck did Betts not get cut?!?
baltimoron fairyland

United States

#44 Aug 7, 2007
GHT wrote:
<quoted text>Metro area my dear. Metro area. Where are you positioned there? Baltimore is between DC and Philly, not corn fields 500 miles on either side.
what an idiotic comment. indianapolis is close to MANY METRO AREAS YOU STUPID SOB. ever seen a map you baltimoron reject? indianapolis is close to cincinnati, chicago, st louis, louisville, nashville, columbus etc. also, indianapolis is a 12 hour or less drive from 85% of the USA population. clueless fairyland sacks like you need to get a clue. did you move to transvestite gay infested oregon to marry your boyfriend? were you wearing your gay pride purple colored gayvens jersey as a wedding dress? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Paul

United States

#48 Aug 7, 2007
The training camp injuries could not have been anticipated. However the off season personnel loses have been known for a while. Cutting a QB at this point is very late to address the defense issues.

Since: Apr 07

Lebanon, IN

#49 Aug 7, 2007
How bad do we want to win preseason games? Let those need a break get one. Sanders can sit out as long as it takes. Remember preseason doesn't count.
coltfan4life

Indianapolis, IN

#50 Aug 7, 2007
Wolverine in IN wrote:
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He was the QB at Michigan, can't remember if he won a bowl game, but he is better than Jim Sorgi.
Hope he lands with another team, he's got the talent.
Look...Navarre is a good QB but he has not been with a team for a consistent amount of time and Sorgi has. Sorgi is a very good QB and I attend training camp every year and the talk during most camps is how smart he is on the field and his arm strength.

And when you get down to the brass tax...Sorgi knows the system and Navarre doesn't. I wish Navarre the best of luck, but I'm content and feel really safe with the "Sorg" backing up #18!!!
GHT

Portland, OR

#51 Aug 7, 2007
baltimoron fairyland wrote:
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what an idiotic comment. indianapolis is close to MANY METRO AREAS YOU STUPID SOB. ever seen a map you baltimoron reject? indianapolis is close to cincinnati, chicago, st louis, louisville, nashville, columbus etc. also, indianapolis is a 12 hour or less drive from 85% of the USA population. clueless fairyland sacks like you need to get a clue. did you move to transvestite gay infested oregon to marry your boyfriend? were you wearing your gay pride purple colored gayvens jersey as a wedding dress? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Obviously you don't understansd the term magalopolis. Baltimore is 35 miles from DC and it's northern suburbs touch Philly's southern burbs. The Balt/Wash metro area is 7,000,000 in population. Indy don't come close. Maybe 2,000,000 at best. Sorry haymaker, I study demographics, you lose. A 12 hour jaunt to the next rinky dink town don't cut it. Indy is and always will be a cowtown.
kenny

Milwaukee, WI

#52 Aug 7, 2007
GHT wrote:
The Colts are not the Colts since they don't play in Baltimore. Why not call youself the Indinapolis Hoosiers instead?
Is that all you can come up with?? I guess the Rams are not the Rams, I guess the Raiders are not the Raiders, I guess the Cardinals are not the Cardinals! I guess you get my point?? Can you come up with something thats not 20 years old??
kenny

Milwaukee, WI

#53 Aug 7, 2007
Jared wrote:
Sanders on the "Physically Unable to Perform" list? Imagine that!!! I know that football is a rough and violent sport, but come on. The guy's only played in 24 of 48 games.
When he's healthy, he's a monster... IF he's healthy, that is. Maybe they should also look into cutting him and getting a few other players for that kind of scratch?
Hey IDIOT ! He had surgery on his shoulder in the off season so I guess he is recovering now! So check your facts befor you run your mouth.
kenny

Milwaukee, WI

#54 Aug 7, 2007
GHT wrote:
<quoted text>What a doofus! I am a little less valuable and a whole lot less popular than an NFL franchise. That was a weak comeback.
If Baltimore thought the Colts were so valuable then why didnt the fans support them??
kenny

Milwaukee, WI

#55 Aug 7, 2007
Charles Barkley wrote:
<quoted text>Good thing the Colts had the Best kicker in the league that game cause peyton could not lead the troops to the endzone 1 time in that game.
And how many TDs did the mighty Ravens get??
Tom

Louisville, KY

#56 Aug 7, 2007
Anyone knocked off that supe-bowl "hangover" and started worrying about the defense yet-I think its really starting to hit me.

Since: Jul 07

Wayne, NJ

#59 Aug 8, 2007
Jimmy Irsay wrote:
<quoted text>Hey Cinder you dumb beootch, in this day of website and Internet connectivity and marketing strategy, I viewed the article on www.baltimoresun.com , the local newspaper you moron.
My next question would then be, why is the Baltimore paper reporting on the Colts cutting a no-name QB? Having trouble letting go much?
GHT

Portland, OR

#60 Aug 8, 2007
Cinder wrote:
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My next question would then be, why is the Baltimore paper reporting on the Colts cutting a no-name QB? Having trouble letting go much?
Cinder, tsk tsk tsk, all sports related asrticles from many papers nationwide are inter connected via digital newspapers. Hence, the Indy article was originally published first in your local hardcopy paper BUT put on the digital list that many folks in many different cities (follow me here, I know this may be hard for you to understand) are able to view. I clicked on the "sports" section while in baltimoresun.com and had not only my local articles but worldwide articles to choose from. If you want to take this further, though I doubt your brain will allow it, it's all done for advertising dollar. See all the adds on every page?? More viewers=more advertising dollars. If you want me to help you with tieing your shoes next, email me at IamAstooge.com .
Dave

Marysville, OH

#61 Aug 8, 2007
GHT wrote:
<quoted text>Metro area my dear. Metro area. Where are you positioned there? Baltimore is between DC and Philly, not corn fields 500 miles on either side.
Metro my A#$, you probably never leave your block loser. We have a little city called Chicago less than two hours away by car and 30 mins by air from those cornfields you so ignorantly refer to which is quicker than a "metro" drive in traffic to Philly or for you in 30th largest city in the USA Portland. Keep wiping ...
Evenflo

Marysville, OH

#62 Aug 8, 2007
GHT wrote:
<quoted text>Cinder, tsk tsk tsk, all sports related asrticles from many papers nationwide are inter connected via digital newspapers.
...gee, thanks for the tip idiot.
SalMick

Marysville, OH

#63 Aug 8, 2007
Dave wrote:
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Metro my A#$, you probably never leave your block loser. We have a little city called Chicago less than two hours away by car and 30 mins by air from those cornfields you so ignorantly refer to which is quicker than a "metro" drive in traffic to Philly or for you in 30th largest city in the USA Portland. Keep wiping ...
Yeah, it's also closer from Indy to Chicago than it is from 30th place (no NFL team) Portland (losers new home) to 23rd largest city Seattle. This idiot studies demographics but badly needs a geography lesson when it comes to attempting to punk a superior city like Indy.
Indy Rocks - Go Colts

United States

#64 Aug 9, 2007
GHT wrote:
<quoted text>Obviously you don't understansd the term magalopolis. Baltimore is 35 miles from DC and it's northern suburbs touch Philly's southern burbs. The Balt/Wash metro area is 7,000,000 in population. Indy don't come close. Maybe 2,000,000 at best. Sorry haymaker, I study demographics, you lose. A 12 hour jaunt to the next rinky dink town don't cut it. Indy is and always will be a cowtown.
In order to make yourself seem bigger and more important you have to include other cities stats with yours. We are comfortable standing alone and don't need to pump up our numbers to feel better.

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