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Before anyone barges in here with pitchforks and gunpowder, please remember that I am a Miami Dolphins fan and I’m incredibly bitter about my favorite NFL team’s struggles. That said, I’m not exactly on the same page just yet as the people who are behind the new website, Manning To Miami.
In case you’ve been living under Chad Henne’s helmet, there’s a strong possibility that the Indianapolis Colts will release Peyton Manning instead of paying him his $28 million bonus in a week, because of that whole four neck surgeries in a year thing. So of course the QB-starved Dolphins fans want GM Jeff Ireland to jump all over Manning so he can come in and not be healthy in a Miami uniform.
Be Part OF “The Movement” and Make History – BRING MANNING TO MIAMI – This site has been created to help influence Peyton Manning and the Miami Dolphins that “Manning to Miami” is a movement and marriage that the entire South Florida community is behind. Tell family, friends (even enemies), tell co-workers, b
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So I guess the billboard theme has pretty much taken over the sports world. If you want a player to come to your team, or if you just want your star player to not leave your team, you get a billboard. For some reason I just have the feeling that Miami fans wasted their money. Don't really have a rhyme or reason, but I can't see Peyton Manning in green and orange. ...
As the NFL once again invades the city of Indianapolis for this week’s NFL scouting combine, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News snapped a picture of Peyton Manning’s picture on the side of Lucas Oil Stadium.
Maybe this is a sign that owner Jim Irsay and the Colts are going to keep Manning. OK, maybe not, but don’t be surprised when Andrew Luck’s picture is in that...
According to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic, Cardinals general manager Rod Graves and head coach Ken Wisenhunt indicated that they’re happy with what they have at the quarterback position, but they’re also open to getting better.
If the Cardinals still weren’t interested in Manning, they wouldn’t have left the door wide open by saying they’re open to getting better...
In this edition of Warpaint Illustrated's Out of Bounds, we talk about the Chiefs interest in Quarterback, Peyton Manning and other potential free agents that might land in Kansas City.
Indianapolis General Manager Ryan Grigson issued more not-so-subtle signals that the Colts and star quarterback Peyton Manning are headed for a divorce Thursday, though it’s not likely to happen until at or near the March 8 deadline. Speaking to both local and national media at the NFL Scouting Combine, Grigson, who was hired to replace [...]
With the Combine in full swing, Thursday was a busy day on the NFL docket, as a multitude of coaches and general managers were made available to the media.
Among the bunch was Rex Ryan, who, as we all know by now, isn’t shy about letting his feelings be known.
The humbled Jets head man touched on the team’s forgettable 2011 campaign, their bevy of in-house issues, and, of course...
New general manager Ryan Grigson said the Colts have not decided whether to release the four-time league MVP, whether to renegotiate with him or whether to take Andrew Luck with the No. 1 overall pick in April's draft.
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Scott Pioli refused to say Friday whether the Chiefs have interest in Peyton Manning, though the general manager said discussions have taken place with free agent quarterback Kyle Orton to provide competition for Matt Cassel.
Orton was acquired by the Chiefs off waivers from the Denver Broncos after Cassel hurt his throwing hand last season. Cassel wound up on injured reserve, and...
Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III finally got a chance to start making their pitches to be this year's No. 1 draft pick and supplant Peyton Manning as the face of the Colts.
Along with Greg Davis, another name being thrown out there to possibly become the next offensive coordinator for Iowa is Tom Moore.
Moore played quarterback at Iowa from 1957-1960 and shortly after that he became a graduate assistant for his alma mater in 1961. After serving two years in the Army, Moore has coached ever since and his first job was at the University of Dayton as...