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After yesterday’s stop in the desert, the latest Peyton Manning scuttlebutt has nothing to do with Arizona.
The Denver Broncos continue to wave their flag of eligibility claiming that they are “95%” sure that Manning will be throwing mile high darts.
The Miami Dolphins allegedly still don’t have a definite meeting date set. They are confident that they will get time with him.
The shocker of the day (and you knew there would be one) is seemingly out of nowhere, Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams stepped up to and all over the plate on Sunday to take charge of this situation.
Please click the link to read the rest of this story and watch Bud Adams saluting his fans.
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All of this talk about where will Peyton Manning play and will he come to Kansas City has me thinking…Kansas City really doesn’t want Manning. Let Denver and Arizona fight it out for Peyton, Kansas City Chiefs are much better off staying put and staying far away from all this Manning-hoopla. Doesn’t everyone remember how [...]
Peyton Manning has been visiting with different teams and he reportedly has narrowed his list of potential suitors. According to The Denver Post, the four finalists for Peyton Manning’s services are the Broncos, Titans, Cardinals, and Dolphins. The Post says the Broncos and Titans are in his top two.
One of the selling points for the Broncos is that coach John Fox reportedly will...
According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, the Houston Texans have recently inquired about free agent quarterback Peyton Manning.
It’s been rumored that if he Texans end up pursuing Manning, they’d be the hands down favorite to land him.
Right now the Broncos are the front-runners to land Manning, but if the Texans swoop in now, that could change very quickly.
Tonight was one of those shows I hosted that I didn’t want to end. Sometimes you have a show that is just so special and unique, you wish you could just talk and talk and talk!
We started out with Eric Yutzi of NBC 13 in Indianapolis talking about Peyton Manning. Great discussion on what created the divorce between the Colts and Manning and then we went scenario by scenario on...
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, Peyton Manning will meet with Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Munchak and Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin within the next three days.
Both meetings will take place away from each team’s facility.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Jesse Holley admitted Friday that free agent Peyton Manning is a god at playing quarterback, and every team in the NFL should take at least a glance at him even the Cowboys.
But according to Holley, that's where it should end. The reserve receiver, who caught seven passes last season, says Dallas has a "very, very good quarterback" already...
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Lately, its become the NHLs version of the Peyton Manning saga before the Indianapolis Colts cut their Hall of Fame-bound quarterback. Only, its in reverse.
In this case, its the Nashville Predators and prodigal son Alex Radulov, a story that has begun to reach a fevered pitch in recent days and could be coming soon to a rink near you.
Instead of Mannings will-they-keep-him-or...
Today at 4 Eastern free agency starts. I’m going to take a quick look at some of the offensive players that could have some fantasy relevance next season. Actually I already did! They are just below here. Oh, you see. Ok, read it then, jeez!
Peyton Manning: We don’t know where Manning is physically but he seems to be gaining strength and is going to give it a go. All signs point...
The dust is settling on last week's Washington Redskins adventure; it is clear that the 2012 Shanaplan was to find the quarterback first. Everything else would fall into place once that was done.
Thus, the Redskins treated fans to the courting of Peyton Manning and the bidding war for the St. Louis Rams' spot in the NFL Draft. The Redskins were determined to win one or the...
Denver may not be big enough for Peyton Manning and Tim Tebow. The Broncos are among several teams in pursuit of Manning, four days into his free agency. But what would happen to Tebow, the incumbent QB in Denver, should Manning go there? According to ProFootballTalk.com, citing “a source with knowledge of the dynamics in Denver,” the Broncos would likely trade Tebow instead...
The 2012 NFL season officially begins tomorrow at 4 p.m. eastern time. That’s when the blockbuster NFL draft trade between the St. Louis Rams and Washington Redskins will become official, and the Denver Broncos can sign Peyton Manning, and then Tim Tebow will be set free to get another gig, and then everything starts up again.
In the meantime, here’s everything you need to know...
Tim Tebow will have performed his last Mile High Miracle if the Denver Broncos win the race to land Peyton Manning, Pro Football Network reported Sunday.
A source close to the team said Tebow stands to be traded upon the arrival of the four-time MVP.
The report claims the Jacksonville Jaguars are lining themselves up to acquire the unconventional quarterback, who led the Broncos...
Most people believe that wherever Peyton Manning decides to play in 2012, he is going to make his decision quickly. Over the weekend, Manning reportedly narrowed his choices down to two or three teams — the Cardinals, Broncos, and Dolphins. Of course, any other “mystery” team like the Titans could come charging in at any second, but for now the aforementioned teams have warranted...