Is a race around the world really amazing? Former Indianapolis Colts tight end Marcus Pollard believed so when he sent in a tape to be on the reality show. Debuting Sunday night on CBS, Marcus Pollard will be competing on "The Amazing Race" reality show.
Obviously this is CBS's way to get at least one Indianapolis Colts affiliate to be competitive on their channel this season (Zing!).
Pollard played 14 seasons in the NFL before retiring in 2009. The majority of his career, 10 years, was with the Indianapolis Colts. Being the Dallas Clark to Peyton Manning before the Colts drafted Dallas Clark.
He is partnered with his wife through this "amazing" travel around the world competition. No spoilers have yet to be given about how far the duo make it in the show. The winner gets one-million dollars (after taxes?).
Here is a Q&A with the show's production staff by the Pollards. The best answer was this one by Marcus:
What scares you most about traveling? [Answer:] Getting lost.If the CBS production crew allowed that to happen during taping a few months ago, they must of thought Peyton Manning was healthy enough to play this season.
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