Peyton Manning is regarded by many not just as a first-rate player, but a first rate person ... Hunter Smith, more than just a punter ... Freddy Keiaho says he's glad he sat out last week ... Bob Sanders continues to aim high as he comes off a big week!
has achieved the respect, not only of fans and coaches, but fellow players as well. In addition to earning respect on the field for his professionalism, Manning has earned his peers' respect for being a great guy off of the field. A fan of fun and pranks, Manning's former teammate Steve McKinney
described Manning as one of those players other players rooted for. McKinney noted Manning's love for fun, but also his recognition that there is a place and time for everything, "He likes pranks, likes having fun. But when it's time to play, he's all business." See what else Manning's friend and former teammate had to say about him in this feature!
Remember former Colt Quentin Coryatt? The former Colt linebacker is still busy leaving his fingerprints on the sports world, but now as an entrepreneur. Coryatt recently developed a product to help basketball players improved their shot accuracy, see what he's up to now by clicking here!
Bob Sanders had one of his best games last week against the Tennessee Titans, but he's not stopping there. Sanders recently shared his goals for this season and his entire career, "I'm trying to work my whole game and everything to change the way safety is played". Sanders is striving to become an all-around safety that can have a major impact within any scheme and on any type of play. His coaches think he can do it, click here
to see what Sanders and his coaches have to say about it!
When Hunter Smith isn't on the field booting kicks and pinning opponents deep in their own zone, he enjoys making music. Smith is actually a member of a two-man acoustic group that was recently signed to a record deal. Connersvine (Smith's band) is a Christian music group and will be playing a rare show on Friday night! Get all of the details on the band and their upcoming show here!
While he wasn't pleased at the time, weak-side linebacker Freddy Keiaho is now glad his coaches made him sit out last week. Keiaho came back to practice this week and is expected to start on Sunday against Houston. Get a full update on Keiaho's status, as well as an update on strong-side linebacker Rob Morris, Ryan Diem, Charlie Johnson, Dallas Clark, and Ben Utecht by clicking here!