The long-national nightmare is over as free agent quarterback Peyton Manning has chosen to play for John Elway’s Denver Broncos next season, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen.
Now that the Miami Dolphins have moved on from Peyton Manning, the team is focused on free agent quarterback Matt Flynn. But, if Flynn chooses Seattle instead of Miami, there’s another name that continues to percolate just below the surface who could be a major draw for Miami.
The Miami Dolphins are officially out of the Peyton Manning sweepstakes, according to NFL Network’s Jeff Darlington.
The Miami Dolphins were once thought to be high on the potential list of landing spots for free agent quarterback Peyton Manning. But, as it turns out, that may have never been the case.
The seemingly never-ending saga that is Peyton Manning’s free agency took another turn Wednesday night, but it wasn’t a turn that looks to favor the Miami Dolphins.
The Miami Dolphins have traded All-Pro wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the Chicago Bears in exchange for two third-round picks, according to FoxSports.com’s Jay Glazer.
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.
When the clock strikes 4 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, 32 NFL teams will open up their checkbooks for the start of unrestricted free agency. The annual spending fest will be tempered to a degree as teams wait on one man to make a decision, Peyton Manning.
Mannageddon has officially taken hold of nearly every NFL city that could possibly need a quarterback. Miami has long been considered one of the top spots for Manning to land, but a new team powered by a retired Hall of Famer may be trying to make a big push.
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.