It's a long shot.
I want to make that clear before we even broach the subject of the Seattle Seahawks and Peyton Manning. First of all, he may not be available. And second, if he were to become available, there will be a line of teams interested in his services.
Now, with those qualifiers out of the way, let's get into what just might become the most compelling question of this NFL offseason. When last we left Peyton Manning, he was sitting out the season after undergoing three procedures on his neck in the span of 19 months. He still managed to show his value, though, as a Colts team that had nine consecutive playoff berths plummeted to the bottom of the league, finishing 2-14 and "earning" the No. 1 overall choice.
Since the season ended, the Colts fired the general manager who drafted Manning (Bill Polian), the head coach he played for (Jim Caldwell) and more recently the strength-and-conditioning coach. Indianapolis holds the first pick in the draft, and there's every expectatio...