Peyton Manning To Meet With The Cardinals, Broncos, and Dolphins [Report]
For the first time in his NFL career Peyton Manning has to think about playing somewhere outside of Indianapolis. Manning, who was released from the Colts earlier this week, will reportedly meet with the Arizona Cardinals, the Denver Broncos, and the Miami Dolphins this week.
According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, the first team on the list will be the Denver Broncos. John Elway said earlier this month that Tim Tebow would be starting for the Broncos in 2012, but that was before Manning became a free agent. Elway, and general manager Brian Xanders, picked Peyton up this weekend and brought him to Denver to talk about his future in the NFL.
After his trip to Denver, Manning reportedly has meetings lined up with the Miami Dolphins and the Arizona Cardinals. The Dolphins are very interested in Manning but according to the ShutDown Corner, Manning might not be interested in bringing his talents to South Beach because of the media circus that will follow him there.
Peyton will also reportedly visit the Arizona Cardinals this weekend.
Several other teams have expressed interest in Peyton but it looks like he’s narrowed his choices down to these three teams. According to the Denver Post, Peyton will make his choice by the first day of free agency on Tuesday.
Where do you think Peyton Manning will play?