The Miami Dolphins got their chance to make a pitch to free agent quarterback Peyton Manning Monday night over six hours of talks with coach Joe Philbin and offensive coordinator Mike Sherman.
Let the speculation continue as to whether Peyton Manning will be wearing the orange and teal of a Miami Dolphins uniform next season.
The Peyton Manning stakeout moved to Arizona on Saturday, even though there was no sign of the superstar in the desert.
Where will Peyton Manning go next? That’s the big question a lot of people want answered as his whirlwind free-agency tour kicked off in grand fashion on Friday in Denver, Colorado.
With Peyton Manning traveling to Denver to meet with the Broncos; the first question on the mind of all Florida Gators and some Broncos fans is, what about Tim Tebow?
Depending on who you want to believe, free agent quarterback Peyton Manning could land with any number of teams, or he could end up watching another season from his couch.
As Miami Dolphins fans begin to dream about number 18 throwing touchdown passes for the Fins, the competition to land Peyton Manning will be fierce among several teams.
The Miami Dolphins have a need for a veteran quarterback to push starter Chad Henne and they may be turning to the Pacific Northwest to fill that void.