Found February 10, 2012 on
Much of the Redskins-Peyton Manning chatter that I’ve so dutifully been chronicling has concerned this question: Would the Redskins be interested in Peyton Manning. A great many reporters and pundits and random cockroaches to which I’ve attached microphones have agreed: yes, they would.
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Les Carptenter of Yahoo! Sports thinks Manning should take his health, his legacy and his lasting impression on the city and retire no matter how hard it may be:
Maybe the competitive side of Manning refuses to let him leave the game behind. Players, no matter how beaten or bandaged, always believe they have something to offer simply because of their presence. The Redskins and...
ROAD TO RECOVERY
Peyton Manning wants to continue his NFL career, but if this report is accurate, he has a long way to go as far as his arm strength goes.
Seattle hasn’t been mentioned a lot as a possible landing spot for Peyton Manning, but it probably should be. They have a quality defense, salary cap room, a first class facility, and an owner that isn’t afraid to spend. (Or stay out of the way.) They have a quarterback need, but they are flexible enough…
As one of pro football’s best-ever quarterbacks is seemingly up for grabs, it makes sense to take a look at how Peyton Manning would blend with every NFL team. So artist David Rappoccio took a stab at it. But it’s not an analysis of how Manning’s style could fit in with every team’s offensive scheme. No, of course not. It’s Peyton Manning’s face incorporated into every...
Since I’m quoting everyone else on Peyton Manning and the Redskins, might as well quote Joe Gibbs on Peyton Manning and the Redskins.
Much of these comments — which came last week on Mike Wise’s radio show — already appeared in The Post via a Mike Wise column.
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Mike Florio previews Peyton Manning playing with the Washington Redskins and lists 3 factors that will likely drive him away. Florio also talks Tiquan Underwood returning to the Patriots after being released a day before the super bowl. And Last, Florio talks about Ravens running back, Ricky Williams stating his retirement (again) after 11 seasons in the NFL. …
Is Peyton Manning's camp playing PR games and putting pressure on Jim Irsay? (NBC Sports)