Colts C Saturday agrees to 3-year-deal

Colts C Saturday agrees to 3-year-deal

There are 5 comments on the WISH-TV 8 Indiana News story from Feb 27, 2009, titled Colts C Saturday agrees to 3-year-deal. In it, WISH-TV 8 Indiana News reports that:

Jeff Saturday isn't leaving Indianapolis. The three-time Pro Bowl center who was expected to be one of the top centers on the free agent market suddenly changed plans Thursday, signing a three-year deal that ...

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John Richeson

Duncan, OK

#1 Feb 27, 2009
We can't afford the stadium. The Colts won't help pay for the stadium. Yet they will pay MILLIONS to make some of the highest paid players in the NFL. Something is wrong with this picture.
Jim Kennedy

Whitestown, IN

#2 Feb 27, 2009
You gotta love Jeff Saturday's description of "it was dire" like this was some apocalyptic doomsday armageddon! How ridiculous!
I'm even more amazed at how Jim Irsay, that perenniel resident of NFL poverty, continues to come up with these huge wads of cash to make his players the highest paid at their positions! They must be printin' money over on 56th Street!
Sam

Zionsville, IN

#3 Feb 27, 2009
Smart boys to leave a losing team and search for greener pastures. Harrison won't be missed. The goats sure don't need anymore thugs on their roster.
Nick College Student

Independence, OR

#4 Feb 27, 2009
-they were smart to hang onto him. He is a sold, pro-bowl caliber center.
Michael in Ohio

Lebanon, OH

#5 Mar 5, 2009
Bite your tongue, Sam. Marvin Harrison is NO thug- he was provoked by this punk, who chose to lie through his teeth to the police about the incident in Philadelphia, which in reality doesn't make any sense. As far as your remark, "Smart boys leave a losing team for greener pastures", what in the world are you talking about? Unless you can say something that makes sense, CLOSE YOUR TRAP! Now, it's good that the Colts will keep Jeff Saturday, and at the same time, when his three-year deal is done, he will retire a Colt. Now, I'd like to see Jeff, once again, demonstrate the same motivational leadership that help the Colts win Super Bowl XLI. If he can do that, the Colts can close out the 2000's with one more Super Bowl win, back in Miami Gardens, FL., come February 2010. On that note, WELCOME BACK, JEFF! GLAD YOU'RE STILL A COLT! GO BLUE!

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