Found January 11, 2012 on
New York Times Sports:
Ryan Grigson moves to a franchise facing big questions, including whether to build around established quarterback Peyton Manning or Andrew Luck, the probable No. draft pick.
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Reports have suggested Peyton Manning could end up with the Redskins. There is even more thought supporting that idea.
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According to reports, "general managers around the league" believe that if Manning is moved by the Colts, Seattle, St. Louis and San Francisco could be "possible destinations" for the QB.
Mark Sanchez will always be news in Cleveland because the Browns traded out of that pick in the 2009 NFL draft. The Browns received the 17th and 57th picks in exchange for the 5th pick in the draft. In addition to the picks, the Browns also received quarterback Bret Ratliff, defensive lineman Kenyon Coleman and safety Abe Elam. Now, the player that the Browns traded away from...
At some point before March 8, the Indianapolis Colts will release Peyton Manning to avoid paying him a $28 million roster bonus. That would leave Manning free to go ahead and sign with another team in desperate need of his services (coughJETScough).
The problem is that Archie Manning went on the radio the other day and expressed doubts as to whether or not his son will be ready...
Will the Manning Brothers take over New York? That would be pretty interesting. I can’t possibly imagine Peyton Manning playing under Rex Ryan. It just doesn’t fit. With that said, I think Peyton is exactly what the Jets need. As for now, the New York Daily News fill empty-headed fans with fantasies.
Mike Florio takes calls, tweets and e-mails from PFT Planet. Fans want to know why the Texans haven’t received any credit for their season and a playoff win with a third string quarterback. Fans also want to know if the Colts should go with Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin to back up Peyton Manning?