|1||Aug 11||Buffalo at Indianapolis||1:30 PM|
|2||Aug 18||Indianapolis at New York||7:00 PM|
|3||Aug 24||Cleveland at Indianapolis||7:00 PM|
|4||Aug 29||Indianapolis at Cincinnati||7:00 PM|
|1||Sep 08||OAK @ IND||Lucas Oil Stadium||1:00 PM||CBS|
|2||Sep 15||MIA @ IND||Lucas Oil Stadium||1:00 PM||CBS|
|3||Sep 22||IND @ SF||Candlestick Park||4:25 PM||CBS|
|4||Sep 29||IND @ JAC||EverBank Field||1:00 PM||CBS|
|5||Oct 06||SEA @ IND||Lucas Oil Stadium||1:00 PM||FOX|
|6||Oct 14||IND @ SD||Qualcomm Stadium||8:40 PM||ESPN|
|7||Oct 20||DEN @ IND||Lucas Oil Stadium||8:30 PM||NBC|
|9||Nov 03||IND @ HOU||Reliant Stadium||8:30 PM||NBC|
|10||Nov 10||STL @ IND||Lucas Oil Stadium||1:00 PM||FOX|
|11||Nov 14||IND @ TEN||LP Field||8:25 PM||NFLN|
|12||Nov 24||IND @ ARI||University of Phoenix Stadium||4:05 PM||CBS|
|13||Dec 01||TEN @ IND||Lucas Oil Stadium||1:00 PM||CBS|
|14||Dec 08||IND @ CIN||Paul Brown Stadium||1:00 PM||CBS|
|15||Dec 15||HOU @ IND||Lucas Oil Stadium||1:00 PM||CBS|
|16||Dec 22||IND @ KC||Arrowhead Stadium||1:00 PM||CBS|
|17||Dec 29||JAC @ IND||Lucas Oil Stadium||1:00 PM||CBS
The four-time NFL Most Valuable Player was on Denver's roster Tuesday, the start of the new league year, triggering his guaranteed salary of $20 million a year for 2013 and 2014.
Manning, who turns 37 on March 24, had passed a physical earlier in the offseason, so it was no surprise to see his name on the roster when the league year and free agency officially began Tuesday afternoon.
Because Manning's health was questionable as he entered free agency last year after multiple neck operations, the Broncos signed him to a contract that did not include a signing bonus. It went counter to the structure of most NFL contracts and gave the Broncos a chance to bail without huge financial damage if Manning wasn't effective after the surgery.
In turn, Manning got two years guaranteed if he made it into the second season. The last two years of the deal -- 2015 and 2016 -- are worth $19 million each and are not guaranteed.
In his first year with the Broncos, Manning made $18 million. He threw for 4,659 yards and 37 touchdowns and was named NFL Comeback Player of the Year.
INDY STAR: Jeff Saturday announced his plans to retire last month at the Pro Bowl in Honolulu.
It becomes official Thursday when the veteran center retires as a member of the Indianapolis Colts. The team has planned a noon news conference.
Saturday was an offensive cornerstone of the Colts from 1999-2011 before spending last season with the Green Bay Packers.
“The years I spent with the Colts were truly remarkable and I am honored to be able to retire as a member of one of the classiest organizations in the NFL,” Saturday said in a statement released by the team. “I also want to thank Green Bay for the opportunity to compete as a member of the Packers last season.