In DC, the Redskins are rumored to discussing using this uncapped year to re-sign high salary veterans, players they want to keep, and pay a high percent of the contract in up front bonus money, preserving cap space for future years. Are the Colts giving any such indication? For example, if they would re-sign Peyton now, pay a large % of his contract in a bonus, his new contract wouldn't be such a big cap hit (assuming that there will be an agreement with a cap). Polian is a sharp guy and I'm sure he has considered it. The downside is what if the player has a career ending injury or loses motivation, but neither are big risks with Peyton.