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We might as well get this out of the way now. Let’s talk about Peyton Manning and the New York Jets by starting with a few clear realities -
1. Peyton Manning isn’t going back to Indianapolis.
2. It remains up in the air whether or not Manning is going to be healthy enough to play this year or ever again.
3. If Manning is medically cleared for the 2012 season, the New York Jets will absolutely explore the option of signing him.
You are kidding yourself if you think Woody Johnson, Mike Tannenbaum, and Rex Ryan aren’t going to do their due diligence on Manning if he is available and healthy. It would be negligent for them not to.
Before we even examine if it is smart for the Jets to sign Manning. First, you have to answer if he would even want to come here. From what we have heard Arizona, Miami, and Washington are all viable options for him as well. Arizona offers warm weather, Larry Fitzgerald, and a team that played very well down the stretch last year. Miami also offers warm we...
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This week Zoners, I've got a stacked show for you. Talking NFL, MLB, NHL, NCAA Football and MMA. Plus get ready because next week is the Red Zone Superbowltacular and we should have a few special guests and junk like that for you to sit back and laugh at.So in the meantime, enjoy.