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Could this be it for Peyton Manning?
It’s getting toward the end of Super Bowl week, which means the endless breakdown of the upcoming Super Bowl is starting to get stale for most casual fans. By sheer coincidence, the media is given another pipeline of stories because of what is going on with the legendary quarterback who plays for the team in Indianapolis, which happens to be the location of the Super Bowl.
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Paul Kuharsky thinks the Colts won't budget even if Peyton Manning is healthy but it could be a boon for potential suitors:
I don’t think it has a bearing on the Colts' decision, which is going to be to release him, avoid long-range cap problems and draft Andrew Luck to be the centerpiece of their next era. But Manning should be able to show his next team that he can...
According to Howard Eskin, Peyton Manning is "very likely" to become a Redskin. They are looking at other quarterbacks, but Eskin believes that is just a smokescreen.
Peyton Manning received medical clearance to return to the NFL in 2012 during a postoperative visit Wednesday with the surgeon who performed the Sept. 8 spinal fusion procedure on the Indianapolis Colts quarterback.
Wouldn’t it be nice to be a fly on the wall when Peyton Manning and Jim Irsay finally sit down and come to a resolution as to the future of No. 18 as an Indianapolis Colt? On Thursday, the news broke that Manning has been medically cleared to resume his NFL career. That announcement firmly places the ball in the court of the Colts’ owner as to whether or not Manning returns...
Peyton Manning has been medically cleared by two doctors, including Dr. Robert Watkins, who performed the most recent surgery on the Indianapolis Colts quarterback's neck, to resume his NFL career, sources told Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Even during Super Bowl week, the Peyton Manning saga has been the hot topic in Indy. Now add a new wrinkle: Andrew Luck, the Colts' likely No. 1 pick, is in town, writes Don Banks.
T-Jack just doesn’t cut it
We have all seen, and heard, the Brett Favre-esqe story of Peyton Manning and where he will end up next year. If he is even cleared to play that is.
With that in mind, I have compiled a list of the top five free-agent Quarterbacks that I think the Seahawks should take a look at.
After all, what do we have to lose?
I am omitting the likes of Drew...
For the second time in five seasons, quarterback Eli Manning directed an underdog Giants team past Tom Brady and the Patriots in the Super Bowl, this time doing it in brother Peyton Manning’s town.
The best quarterbacks bring fans out of their seats. Aaron Rodgers and Peyton Manning did exactly that Saturday night when the NFL Most Valuable Player accepted the trophy from the only four-time winner of the award.