A clause in the contract between the NFL's Colts and Indianapolis requires the city to "make payments that bring the team's revenues up to the league median." The NFL sent an affidavit to the city on Monday certifying that the difference for last year was $12.6 million. If the city fails to make such payments, the Colts can exercise an escape clause in the contract, and flee to the arms of their next lover. Ah..., the romance between club and city. The Colts left Baltimore for Indianapolis some twenty years ago. Time to find another suitor?