Peyton Manning took to the media the other day to express uncertainty about his future in Indianapolis and that right now, with all the changes going on around him, the building he’s called home for 14 seasons is “not the best environment.” Naturally, Jim Irsay was none too pleased with Manning going to the media and bashing his team’s environment, so he fired back … to the media. Irsay called Manning a “politician” before stressing the importance of keeping these sort of things in-house. Manning responded — to the media again : “At this point, Mr. Irsay and I owe it to each other and to the fans of the organization to handle this appropriately and professionally, and I think we will. I’ve already reached out to Mr. Irsay. I wasn’t trying to paint the Colts in a bad light, but it’s tough when so many people you’ve known for so long are suddenly leaving. I feel very close to a lot of these guys and we’ve done great things together. It’s hard to watch an old friend clean out his office. That’s all I was trying to say.”I just want to keep rehabbing and working hard, and when the time is right for Mr. Irsay and I to sit down, I look forward to a healthy conversation about my future. I’ve worked too hard and have such great respect and have so many great relationships inside the building and out, and it’s incredibly important that those remain.”Bob Kravitz of the IndyStar, where those comments come from, says the writing is on the wall: Peyton Manning is done as a Colt. Kravitz says any “sane, sober human being” knows that.It certainly looks like that right now, and the longer Manning and Irsay communicate through the media, the truer that becomes.For more on the Indianapolis Colts, go to Stampede Blue. You can also head over to SB Nation’s main NFL hub at SBNation.com/NFL.