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Pro Football Talk:
It’s finally March 1. (I spent half of Wednesday thinking it was March 1. OK, all of Wednesday.) In only one week, the Colts must pay quarterback Peyton Manning a fresh $28 million (to go along with the $26 million he received for doing nothing in 2011) or cut him. At this point, the chances…
BEST OF MAXIM
It seems teams are waiting with bated breath for Peyton Manning's release. Perhaps while waiting they should consider some lessons from the past:
Basically, the lesson is this -- if you put everything on the historically great quarterback who made his bones elsewhere, the strategy had damned well better work. Vikings head coach Brad Childress learned that through his own unemployment...
RIFE WITH BITTERNESS?
Former Washington Redskins quarterback Donovan McNabb recently weighed in with his opinions regarding whether or not Peyton Manning would be a good fit in D.C.
PFT: By March 8, the Colts either must pay quarterback Peyton Manning $28 million (to go along with the $26 million he received for doing nothing in 2011) or cut him.
According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, the St. Louis Rams are willing to trade away the second overall pick well in advance of April’s draft.
The Rams are reportedly willing to trade the pick away early because of the high volume of interest they’ve received from multiple teams about acquiring the pick.
Also, depending on where Matt Flynn and Peyton Manning land in...
PFT Live: Mike Florio says that under the new CBA, it can be interpreted that the Colts are not allowed to watch Peyton Manning throw. (NBC Sports)
Mike Florio talks with talks with NY Jets beat reporter, Manish Mehta about the possibility of Peyton Manning becoming a Jet or. Mike Florio also talks with Texas A&M running back, Cyrus Gray about his experience at the NFL Combine.