Morning Jolt: Wayne miffed at Manning, Colts

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Wayne miffed at Manning, Colts

Not since September 2004 had Reggie Wayne only made one catch in a full game, and he certainly didn't enjoy the most recent. "I give everything I've got no matter what. Every day, I give it everything. And . . . one ball, that's all." During the regular season, Wayne finished second in the NFL with a career-best 111 receptions. Against the Jets and Pro Bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis, he had one catch for 1 yard. More frustrating to Wayne was the fact quarterback Peyton Manning delivered only one pass in his direction. "I shouldn't have even suited up," Wayne said. "I should have watched the game like everybody else. I was irrelevant." (Indianapolis Star)Comment

Kolb wants to start or out in Philly

Saying all the right things publicly, Kevin Kolb isn't satisfied with clipboard life. [Kolb] Kolb wants out if the Eagles plan to bring back Michael Vick as their starting quarterback, a source close to the situation said Sunday. Kolb, the Eagles' backup quarterback, will let coach Andy Reid know that during a scheduled Monday meeting, the source said. After four seasons of being mostly a backup, Kolb, 26, said he does not want to be on the sideline anymore. (Philadelphia Inquirer)Comment

'Skins' Shanahan, Snyder at odds

The 2010 campaign will not be looked upon favorably by many in Washington, but there are no promises 2011 will unfold with less drama. There appear to be some cracks in the relationship between Redskins owner Dan Snyder and head coach Mike Shanahan and general manager Bruce Allen, according to those familiar with the goings on at Redskins Park. And that might mean Shanahan and Allen better win in 2011 if they want to be around in 2012. (National Football Post)Comment

Must-See Photo

Packers cornerback Tramon Williams steps in front of Eagles receiver Riley Cooper to intercept a Michael Vick pass in the closing seconds of Green Bay's 21-16 Wild Card win ih Philadelphia Sunday. (AP)

Must-See Video

Just in case you missed it while shopping the post Christmas sales, Marshawn Lynch ran over just about everyone on the Saints except for coach Sean Payton in putting a dagger to the title defense dreams of the Saints Saturday.

Game To Watch

Cam Newton and his Auburn Tigers duel with Oregon's fast-strike offense in the BCS Chmapionship in Glendale, Ariz., 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN

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