Colts QB Peyton Manning Feels Confident About Coach Jim Caldwell

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    Peyton Manning isn't concerned about his new surroundings in Indianapolis, new Colts coach Jim Caldwell has "assured" him he has plan. Head coach Tony Dungy has retired, wide receiver Marvin Harrison is no longer with the team and Tom Moore, Mannings only offensive coordinator since his rookie year, will have a reduced, as-yet unspecified role as a consultant. With that trio surrounding Manning, the Colts have won 12 or more games for an NFL-record seven consecutive years. "Even though Tony Dungy won't be on the sideline, I feel like the winning atmosphere and the environment he created in our building will carry through," Manning said Friday. "Coach Caldwell assured me he's got a good plan. Hopefully August 2 we'll be able to hit the ground running."

    Source: Associated Press