Archie Manning believes that his son, Peyton, and Andrew Luck can co-exit in Indianapolis after all. One day after Archie Manning told Fox Sports Radio he didn't think either quarterback wanted to be on the same team, he backtracked and said he thought the two could work together just fine. The winless Colts are expected to have the first overall pick and Luck, a quarterback at Stanford, is the top overall prospect. "I'm sure they could," Archie Manning said Wednesday. "Andrew is a great young man and we've enjoyed getting to know him. He and Peyton have a friendship, and I'm one of the few people out there that's not really concerned about this deal. All good people respect each other and I'm sure this will all shake out." The connection between the Mannings and the Lucks dates back almost three decades when Archie Manning and Luck's father, Oliver, were teammates in Houston.
Archie's New Take: Peyton, Luck Can Co-Exist