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Clark to Be Back in 2008 No Matter What


Tight end Dallas Clark will be back with the Colts in 2008, as team GM Bill Polian says that the Colts will go so far as putting the franchise tag on him if they have to. Clark can opt out of his deal after this season and become an unrestricted free agent. He is set to make less than $1 mil next season, a great deal for the Colts for Clark, who has 58 catches this season for 616 yards and 11 touchdowns. He is the main safety valve for Peyton Manning and the offense, and you can bet that Manning would not be happy if Clark went elsewhere. Look for the Colts to try and get a new deal done with Clark, but if they can’t, he will have the franchise tag on him heading into next season.

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One Response to “Clark to Be Back in 2008 No Matter What”

  1. Stevie J says:

    “Indianapolis’ track record against 3-4 defenses, including two losses to San Diego, is subpar. Pittsburgh eliminated the Colts from the playoffs in the 2005 season, and New England did the same in 2003 and ’04. Indianapolis averaged 12.6 points in those contests.”
    This is the only thing that scares me about the game this weekend.

    Go Colts
    Indianapolis Colts fan!!

    Steve J

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