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Peyton Manning in action for the Indianapolis Colts. The quarterback is to be replaced by Andrew Luck

American Football: Colts ditch Manning as they trust in good Luck

Four-time NFL MVP quarterback Peyton Manning has been cut by the Indianapolis Colts. The 36-year-old will now become the most prized NFL free agent, and will have his choice as to where he would like to continue his historic career.

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You can learn a lot about a nation, good and bad, from its sporting obsessions. The quiet heroism and fussy cucumber sandwiches of cricket tell one story about Britain; the self-deprecating chants of a good football crowd, and the tendency to thuggishness of a bad one, tell another. I bet there are some lessons about the Afghan psyche to be gleaned from a game of buzkashi, or goat grabbing.

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Trending: Another body part, another scandal at the Super Bowl

It's happened again. Much of America has got their knickers in a twist over the half-time performance at the Super Bowl, that hallowed 12-minute slot that introduced us to the term "wardrobe malfunction" back in 2004, after Janet Jackson's right nipple made a surprise cameo. And after tame contributions from the likes of Tom Petty and The Rolling Stones in recent years, on Sunday "controversy" returned to America's biggest sporting event when MIA, the English-born singer and rapper, "flipped the bird" at the camera during her guest spot in Madonna's medley.

Eli Manning enjoys a Super Bowl victory

American Football: 'Accidental' score fails to stop Giants

Manning the hero as New York win Super Bowl despite running in a late touchdown in error

Giants beat Patriots 21-17 to win the Super Bowl

Eli Manning engineered the last-minute touchdown to give New York the lead, then started celebrating as Tom Brady's desperation pass hit the ground in the last act of the Super Bowl.

Lawrence Tynes, Greenock-born kicker for the New York Giants

Super Bowl caps UK's growing gridiron fever

Millions of Brits expected to watch tonight's final

Throwback: Eli Manning (left) is reunited with Plaxico Burress, who now plays for the Giants’ New York rivals the Jets

American Football: Manning has another shot at glory, but not Burress

Super Bowl will be repeat of 2008 showpiece but wide receiver has moved on after gun accident

Eli Manning (left), comeback king and his brother Peyton, Hall of Famer in waiting

American Football: Super Eli Manning has chance to pass his brother

Eli Manning can lead the Giants to glory and further his claim to being his family's best quarterback.

Tom Brady of the New York Giants

NFL: Past meets present in Super Bowl rematch

It’s déjà vu. Four years ago, the New England Patriots faced the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLII.

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