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Is Brett Favre the answer to Indianapolis Colts' problems? Columnist Kravitz says it's worth considering

The Colts are floundering with back-up quarterback Kerry Collins. The Indianapolis Star columnist Bob Kravitz seriously (at least somewhat seriously) suggests it's worth casting a line to retired veteran Brett Favre. What's there to lose, Kravitz asks.
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The Colts are floundering with back-up quarterback Kerry Collins. The Indianapolis Star columnist Bob Kravitz seriously (at least somewhat seriously) suggests it's worth casting a line to retired veteran Brett Favre. What's there to lose, Kravitz asks.

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