Did 'Triplets' era end with Pro Bowl?


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Jan 22, 2006
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Did 'Triplets' era end with Pro Bowl?
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In what might have been the final collaborative performance by the Indianapolis Colts' "Triplets,'' the AFC dropped a 23-17 decision to the NFC in the Pro Bowl all-star game Sunday at Honolulu.

Quarterback Peyton Manning, wide receiver Marvin Harrison and running back Edgerrin James all contributed to the AFC as starters, but it conceivably served as a closing statement to their long, productive association. James will be an unrestricted free agent March 3 and salary-cap concerns might keep the Colts from re-signing their career rushing leader.

Sunday, Manning completed 13-of-26 passes for 139 yards and a 16-yard touchdown but suffered three first-half interceptions. Harrison had four receptions for a game-high 74 yards. James carried six times for 22 yards. Center Jeff Saturday and tackle Tarik Glenn also played extensively for the AFC.

On defense, Colts safety Bob Sanders responded to his first Pro Bowl start by being credited with a game-high seven solo tackles. Defensive end Dwight Freeney had one tackle. Linebacker Cato June started but was not credited with a tackle.

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