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Peyton Manning upset with the Indianapolis Colts coaching changes during offseason

5/27/09 in NFL   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect

That loss to the Chargers last season must still be burning, because Peyton Manning is livid about the Colts' offseason coaching changes.

"I can't tell you what's going on,'' Manning said during a break for one of the team's organized team activity sessions today at its Westside complex. "I will say I don't think it's been the most properly communicated scenario around here.''

Manning lost Tom Moore, coordinator since 1998, and Howard Mudd, the offensive line coach since '98, this offseason.

Manning is also more than happy to take shots at the new guys coming in replace them.

"It's not normal not having a full coaching staff,'' Manning said. "I know we hired a couple of guys to come in, but these guys are learning. They're not offering a lot of coaching out there, I can assure you of that.''

Hmmm, this sounds awfully familiar to the time Manning threw his O-line under the bus following a playoff defeat. Maybe you should keep this in-house, Peyton.
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