Found February 02, 2012 on Pro Football Talk:
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ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on January 22 that the Arizona Cardinals have “real interest” in quarterback Peyton Manning, who is expected to become a free agent when the Colts decline his $28 million roster bonus before March 8. Schefter was adamant that Manning will be pursued by Arizona. Larry Fitzgerald is making Schefter look good.…
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