Polian spent Saturday watching Stanford's Luck play vs. Duke

INDIANAPOLIS -- The Colts said Monday that vice chairman Bill Polian spent Saturday watching Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck lead his team to a win at Duke.

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Polian's presence led to speculation that the Colts already are looking at next year's NFL draft after losing Peyton Manning, who's out while he recovers from neck surgery. Indianapolis opened the season with veteran Kerry Collins and was blown out by the Houston Texans, 34-7.

There might have been other reasons Polian was on the road Saturday. His son, Brian, is Stanford's assistant special teams coordinator, and the family's home is in Charlotte, N.C.

The Colts have scouted top college quarterbacks before. They brought in Andrew Dalton and Colin Kaepernick for workouts this spring. Both were taken in the second round of the draft before Manning had neck surgery in May.

Bill Polian isn't making the Colts' day-to-day personnel decisions. Chris Polian, the Colts' general manager, took over those duties during the offseason.

Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press

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