If you go to PFT this today you will find this mention on the post career life of former Colts LT Tarik Glenn in their "one liners: section. Glenn was the LT for the Colts during most of the early 2000's and suddenly retired after the Colts superbowl win in 2006 after a very good, multi probowl, career at age 31.. But like I said this is about Tarik's post football career, and most of the article describes his foundation in Indy, that mentors at risk kids. It sounds like a really good program that has grown over the years from 14 kids to over 370, and does a lot more than just throw money at the problem. Glenn, now working at the University of California, comes across as a really smart really good guy. But obviously that is not about what this thread is about. When asked about one play that stood out for him with Manning, he said this: “We were playing on the road, it might have been Peyton’s rookie year, and it was really loud,” Glenn said. “Peyton hadn’t mastered the silent count, so (former offensive line coach) Howard Mudd had us wearing these hearing aids that were supposed to muffle the crowd while projecting the quarterback’s voice." The rest of the story describes him not hearing the snap count (despite the hearing aids) and his humerous discussion with with Manning after he got crushed by the guy who ran by Glenn because he couldn't hear the count, that still makes Glenn laugh when he thinks about it. But as I read the article I thought, "Whoa, that's not right". I have to think noise reducing hearing aids can't possibly legal as it gives the team wearing them a clear competitive advantage. Isn't that the textbook definition of CHEATING, right? GOD, this is so frustrating. We have to bear the "cheating label" all the time. We have to defend it with facts, while haters are beating us over the head with nothimg more than weak speculation and outright lies. Meanwhile ACTUAL cheating by other teams, ironically like the Colts, go unmentioned by a league so corrupt and unfair that its become redundent to say it.