Manning gives Pats fans lessons at clinic INDIANAPOLIS Peyton Manning threw passes, called plays and instructed receivers where he wanted them to go. But it wasn't business as usual on the Indianapolis Colts indoor practice field. Instead, Manning spent today teaching, coaching and explaining the intricacies of football to a couple of dozen pint-sized players who weren't even Colts fans. The Mansfield Green Machine, comprised of a couple of dozen Massachusetts elementary school students, had only two players topping 100 pounds. Most of the players grew up cheering for the New England Patriots. Today's clinic was a reward from the Upper Deck Company, a trading card manufacturer. The team won the prize after they correctly answered the most trivia questions in an online contest.