The four-time MVP missed the 2011 season because of a neck injury, sparking near-daily speculation about his future in Indianapolis, especially as the Colts struggled to the point of being in the driver's seat to get the No. 1 pick and draft Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck. Manning, due a $28 million bonus in March, resumed throwing in December. Will the 35-year-old be able to return next season? If so, will it be for the Colts (owner Jim Irsay has indicated "yes,"), or will the possible addition of a franchise QB through the draft lead to Manning's departure after 14 years in Indianapolis? Stay tuned.