Peyton Manning Shoots Down Rumors He’s Interested In Running For Senate

You won’t see Peyton Manning in Washington, D.C. any time soon unless he’s just visiting. There have been plenty of rumors about what the former NFL quarterback’s next career move will be, ranging from taking a job as an NFL general manager to potentially running for U.S. Senate. However, Manning said at the Adobe Summit in Las Vegas on Wednesday that becoming a politician...
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Peyton Manning not interested in starting a career in politics

In recent days, a lot of talk in Denver sports media has centered around politics. In this instance, it was sparked by a letter written by legendary Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway. On Wednesday, yet another legendary Broncos quarterback, Peyton Manning, was asked about his own political aspirations at the Adobe Summit 2017 after his name was mentioned as a potential senatorial...
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Peyton Manning addresses rumors that he's considering a political career

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Vols legend Peyton Manning shoots down running for political office in Tennessee

Peyton Manning as the next United States Senator from the great state of Tennessee? Not so fast, Vols fans. By now, you’ve probably heard the rumors that Manning may be interested in running for Republican senator Lamar Alexander’s seat should he choose not to seek re-election in 2020. Manning has heard those rumors as well. He’s just not sure where they’re coming from. According...
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Peyton Manning says he is not interested in entering politics

What’s Peyton Manning going to do next? The answer isn’t clear, but according to him, it won’t be politics.Manning was the keynote speaker at the Adobe Summit 2017 in Las Vegas on Wednesday, and in his remarks, he said he had no interest in entering politics amid rumors that he might run for a Senate seat in Tennessee.“I don’t know where that came from. Last week I was...
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Peyton Manning says he has “no interest” in politics

We still don’t know what Peyton Manning wants to do with the rest of his life. But the retired quarterback seemed to cross one potential job off his list, saying during a speech in Las Vegas that he had no interest in politics. Specifically, his name was linked with the seat of Tennessee Senator Lamar…
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Peyton Manning talks ‘Hall of Fame’ teammate DeMarcus Ware

DeMarcus Ware and Peyton Manning were teammates as members of the Denver Broncos for two years and won a Super Bowl together.They are also both likely headed for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Ware, who retired on Monday, would certainly make it into the Hall if it were up to Manning, who had nothing but glowing words to use describing his respect for his former teammate. “DeMarcus...
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Report: 49ers to sign LB Malcolm Smith

The San Francisco 49ers are wasting absolutely no time rebuilding their roster via free agency. Capping off a flurry of big moves Wednesday, the franchise will reportedly be signing linebacker Malcolm Smith, who is famous for his 69-yard pick-six of Peyton Manning in Super Bowl XLVIII.Per Mike Garafolo, Smith will sign with the 49ers once free agency begins.Smith began his career...
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Report: Romo to take ‘Manning-style' tour in free agency

With Tony Romo hitting free agency on Thursday, we now have to wonder where he’ll end up going. According to a report, we’ll be wondering for a while. As a point of reference, Peyton Manning signed with the Broncos on March 21.It’s a sensible decision for Romo to wait, rather than jump at the first offer.While Romo’s release has been heavily speculated on for quite some time...
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Time to modernize the NFL Scouting Combine

If you hadn't heard, it's time for the NFL Scouting Combine, sponsored by the fond memories from Cleveland Browns offensive tackle Joe Thomas. Oh. Okay, Joe. Turns out that you're not wrong there.The Underwear Olympics, as they are derisively called at times, have gone on in varied forms for forty years. The relevance of some combine drills has been debated almost as long as the...
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