The NFC loaned center Jeff Saturday to the AFC for a play, for one of the coolest moments you’ll see in a Pro Bowl. Saturday played his first 13 seasons with the Indianapolis Colts, hiking the ball to Peyton Manning time after time, including in the Colts’ Super Bowl XLI victory over the Bears. After so many games and memories together, Manning and Saturday spent this season apart, when Manning went to the Denver Broncos and Saturday went to the Green Bay Packers. Saturday announced this week that he was retiring after the Pro Bowl. So in the first quarter, we witnessed something you’re unlikely to see again – a player lining up with the other team for one play.
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