I don't know if you have any info, Miguel, or if anyone else does or has any links in regard to the Colts situation with respect to salary cap in 2008. When I had tried to delve into it well over a year ago, it looked like the cap money they kept pushing into the future over the last few years was going to catch up with them without much of a mechanism to avoid it in 2008. My look at the time seemed to come up that just Manning and Harrison by themselves would jump in cap numbers by something approximating 15M. So, even with the increase of 9M or whatever in the overall cap for 2008, the percentage of the Colts salary cap taken up by Manning and Harrison would climb from something like 15% of the Colts cap money to something like 27%. If that were anywhere close to correct, that certainly would put a big crunch in what the team could do for the rest of their payroll. And they have been adding other big contracts for Freeney - and I believe Mathis. And they have some significant key players like Sanders who will be looking for free agent money also for 2008. If Harrison can't play any longer, there would be a significant hit to salary cap to accelerate his outstanding unpaid bonus money. Haven't had time to even begin to try to sift thru numbers again, but would be really interested if anyone has any current projections as to what the Colts situation might look like for next year.