Colts hope surprise loss, return of key players fuel another Super Bowl run

The Associated Press ~ staff The News
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MIAMI - The Colts are hoping Sunday's Super Bowl loss will rekindle their passion to win another title.
Instead of moping around following the 31-17 loss, the Colts credited the Saints for outplaying them in Miami and then turned their attention to next season.
The Colts should look pretty familiar.
With new free agency rules expected because of the likelihood of an uncapped season, most Colts players will stay. And the Colts should get three key starters back from injuries in training camp.
But the biggest off-season move will be re-signing Peyton Manning. Team owner Jim Irsay has already said he will make Manning the league's highest-paid quarterback.
So the Colts insist Sunday's loss will be their motivation in 2010.

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