KSK Kontent Klearinghouse: Desperate Times

09.21.11 6 years ago 39 Comments

He’s not coming back, but we do have three depressing news items regarding the Colts coming right up.

Peyton goes for a walk. Lots of news for you today, humps. Peyton Manning started his rehab process by going for a “brisk walk” at the team’s training facility. If he doesn’t encounter any setbacks he’s expected to join Olivia and the gals for their Sunday morning mall walk. [Shutdown Corner]

This is Jeff George’s way of reminding everyone that he’s alive. Jason Whitlock’s favorite quarterback wants to toss his helmet in the Indianapolis quarterbacking ring. “I know it’s a long shot, but they need something.” Something. Anything. Well, anything but Jeff George, of course. Because he’s both terrible and old enough to have attended Woodstock. [Chicago Tribune]

And now for something even more ridiculous. Indy Star columnist Bob Kravitz doesn’t like what he sees from the Colts. His solution is Brett Favre. That’ll generate some fat-fingered click-throughs! Kravitz argues that the team has “nothing to lose except for some more of Irsay’s pocket change.” Counterpoint: they have nothing to gain either. [Indy Goddamn Star]

He loves he some kimchi. Terrell Owens is in Korea to undergo stem cell treatment on his surgically repaired knee. Owens was referred to a Korean anti-aging clinic by Dr. James Andrews because the FDA doesn’t want American doctors to have any fun. Whether or not it will help him heal any faster or sign with an NFL team is unclear, but I did get to make a kimchi joke out of it. So there’s that. [Korea Times via Airport News]

Fat people. Former top-ten draft pick Antone Davis is a contestant on the latest season of Biggest Loser which premiered last night. He’s up to a hefty 447 pounds, but seeing as how he was drafted a year after Jeff George a comeback may not be out of the question. More importantly, Anna Kournikova is one of the new trainers replacing the crazy lady who makes Ufford weak in the knees. [Peacock]

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