Just noticed you updated your Manning contract page to include your WAG at how the contract will be managed going forward. Noticed you had added a year to his deal that according to all reports does not exist - 2013. My understanding was the deal was 9 years voidable to 7, and since it was signed in 2004 it would run through 2010 unless Manning opted not to void the 2011-2012 seasons. On the Colts cap page you link to he is listed as signed through 2012. I went to the NFLPA site to see if you picked up that 2013 salary from their records, but the site suddenly seems to have eliminated public accessability to salary data. So are you predicting/projecting a 1 year extension? I see you have converted parts of his 2008-2010 salaries to signing bonus, but I don't see any additional signing bonus in exchange for an extension season. Or do you have information that indicates the original contract was actually a 10 year deal? BTW my presumption has always been (and continues to be) that if they wish to restructure his deal to circumvent his impending $18-21M cap hits in the back end of this deal, they will have to cough up a substantial signing bonus to extend the deal because Manning will likely not choose to continue playing under a contract past 2010 that will have been salary only since 2008. Even if his rolling dead cap could be viewed as implicitly guaranteeing he sees most of it.