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Peyton Manning Broncos: Salary, Update

By Deena Bustillo on
Peyton Manning is going to be a Denver Bronco for the next five years, and he'll reportedly get paid an impressive $96 million for his services. The quarterback will apparently be introduced by the team in an official press conference later today, reports Sports Illustrated.Manning was out at Mile High City on Friday where he threw in front of Broncos execs, including legendary NFL star John Elway, and reportedly impressed the guys. "We enjoyed visiting with Peyton today in N.C.," Elway wrote...Read Full Story

Peyton Manning Signs with Denver Broncos for $90 Million (Update)

By Deena Bustillo on
Apparently Peyton Manning is now a Denver Bronco. The quarterback allegedly signed a 5-year, $90 million contract with the Colorado team, reports Yahoo. Manning and his rep have yet to confirm the decision, but ESPN's Chris Mortensen says it's true.Manning was out at Mile High City on Friday where he threw in front of Broncos execs, including legendary NFL star John Elway, and reportedly impressed the guys. "We enjoyed visiting with Peyton today in N.C.," Elway wrote upon meeting with Manning...Read Full Story

Peyton Manning Narrows Down His Potential Teams

By Darrick Thomas on
Peyton Manning will one day retire as one of the best quarterbacks to ever play the game, but it won't be as an Indianapolis Colt. The Colts, who drafted Manning first overall back in 1998, decided to release the surefire Hall of Famer after he failed to take a snap last season on account of a neck injury that required multiple surgeries.Manning and Colts owner Jim Irsay sat together at a press conference yesterday to make the news official. Manning was professional in his dismissal, but also...Read Full Story

Peyton Manning Released from Colts, Becomes Free Agent

By Darrick Thomas on
Peyton Manning will one day retire as one of the best quarterbacks to ever play the game, but it won't be as an Indianapolis Colt. The Colts, who drafted Manning first overall back in 1998, decided to release the surefire Hall of Famer after he failed to take a snap last season on account of a neck injury that required multiple surgeries.Manning and Colts owner Jim Irsay sat together at a press conference yesterday to make the news official. Manning was professional in his dismissal, but also...Read Full Story

Peyton Manning's Future with the Colts Uncertain, Might Never Play Again

By Darrick Thomas on
While this Super Bowl weekend should be centered around the New England Patriots and the New York Giants championship rematch and how Eli Manning is on the cusp of a second Super Bowl win  that would put him in elite territory, much of the talk is focused on the other Manning.Peyton Manning, who hasn't played a snap since last season due to a neck injury, will continue to be one of the main story lines throughout the Super Bowl festivities and off-season. The surefire hall-of-famer who has...Read Full Story

Top 10 Quarterbacks in the NFL for Fall 2010

By Livingly Staff on
Not all quarterbacks are created equal.  Not at all.  Yet it's still difficult to force rank them because even the best QB can't win games without a strong team, on both offense and defense.  That said, rank them we must...A few quarterbacks stand head and shoulders above their peers.  Folks like Peyton Manning and Drew Brees clearly make the top 10.  Aaron Rodgers and Eli Manning are close behind.  Then there's Brett Favre.  The guy has been around for so long, and racked up so many...Read Full Story

NFL MVP: Peyton Manning

By Deena Bustillo on
Peyton Manning is the Associated Press NFL MVP, it was announced today. This was the fourth time he's won the honor, according to FanHouse.com. This year he beat out Drew Brees and Brett Favre (who also has 4 career MVP titles) by quite a landslide in the balloting done by 50 AP sportswriters and broadcasters who cover football. Peyton Manning (Getty) Manning, the quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts, received 39.5 of the votes, while Brees, the Saints' quarterback, got 7.5, and Favre...Read Full Story

Peyton Manning MVP, Wins Record Of Most Titles

By Deena Bustillo on
Peyton Manning is the Associated Press NFL MVP, it was announced today. This was the fourth time he's won the honor, according to FanHouse.com. This year he beat out Drew Brees and Brett Favre (who has 3 career MVP titles) by quite a landslide in the balloting done by 50 AP sportswriters and broadcasters who cover football. Peyton Manning (Getty) Manning, the quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts, received 39.5 of the votes, while Brees, the Saints' quarterback, got 7.5, and Favre only got...Read Full Story