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    I wonder if Eli signed the locker room wall at Lucas Oil Field...

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    Re: I wonder if Eli signed the locker room wall at Lucas Oil Field...

    would have been classic if he could have signed Peyton's locker....

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    Re: I wonder if Eli signed the locker room wall at Lucas Oil Field...

    Yeah... Little brother was here.

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    Peyton's moving out anyway.

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    Re: I wonder if Eli signed the locker room wall at Lucas Oil Field...

    I dont think he would disrespect the Colts or Peyton like that.. Lets be real Jerry Jones and the Cowboys is priceless!!!
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    Re: I wonder if Eli signed the locker room wall at Lucas Oil Field...

    [quote user="Tony Bruno"]I dont think he would disrespect the Colts or Peyton like that.. Lets be real Jerry Jones and the Cowboys is priceless!!![/quote]

    I don't think he was trying to disrespect the Cowboys either. From what I heard, that's a common practice and he signed in the back in an area that's not really visible unless you know where to look. Also, I could be wrong, but I vaguely remember hearing that either an NFL or Cowboys employee asked him to do it.

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    Re: I wonder if Eli signed the locker room wall at Lucas Oil Field...

    [quote user="Giants10Joe"][quote user="Tony Bruno"]I dont think he would disrespect the Colts or Peyton like that..* Lets be real Jerry Jones and the Cowboys is priceless!!![/quote]

    I don't think he was trying to disrespect the Cowboys either. From what I heard, that's a common practice and he signed in the back in an area that's not really visible unless you know where to look. Also, I could be wrong, but I vaguely remember hearing that either an NFL or Cowboys employee asked him to do it.
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    I read the same thing, a day or 2 after that game.

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    Re: I wonder if Eli signed the locker room wall at Lucas Oil Field...

    He should graffiti every away locker room. He certainly has the jokester reputation to do it.

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