I was just thinking.(it happens rarely) Peyton knows how the Colts hands are tied with his totally uncertain medical condition and Colts cap issues. He also has enough money for his grandkid's grandkids at this point(doubt if I'm exaggerating) so it shouldn't be about the money. Why not sit down with Irsay and agree for the Colts to cut him and then resign him to a contract that is TOTALLY incentive based. Maybe sign for the vet minimum but make his earnings totally based on how many games he is able to start. If you play 3 games you get X amount. If you play 6 games you get X amount. If you make the playoffs X amount. You get my point. On the flip side if you go through training camp and come Sept. you still can't take the field we only owe you the vet minimum. We will continue to owe you that until you can take the field at some point. If it's truly not about the money and wanting to stay here I would think they could work something like this out. It would give Peyton the chance to prove he can still play and be rewarded only if he does. It would also take away a lot of the gamble the Colts would have to take with his ridiculously huge cap hit.