For Colts fans like myself, the team's championship victory in Super Bowl 41 against the Chicago Bears feels like it just happened a few years back. That's obviously not the case as the team will host a special ceremony / reunion during halftime of the November 20th home game against the Tennessee Titans to commemorate the now 10 year old win.

The team announced the reunion Monday morning on Twitter.

Of that championship team, only two players currently remain on the team's roster, outside linebacker, Robert Mathis, and kicker Adam Vinatieri.

While the team haven't announced which players from that team will be present at the reunion, former linebacker, Cato June, now the running backs coach at Howard University, tweeted his support of the idea.

As for the possibility of former quarterback and future Hall of Famer, Peyton Manning making an appearance, based on comments he made back in March after announcing his retirement, it sounds like it would be difficult to keep him away:

"The 10-year anniversary is exciting...I hope we do something because everybody is so spread out now.

"That 2006 team was a special team. I look forward to (a reunion). If it’s the 10, or the 15, or the 20, I will be at all of them. I can assure you.”

In other Colts news, the team announced the sale of single game tickets (including the November 20th game) will begin July 18th.

[Source: Colts.com]