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    Dolphins are the most likely spot. He wants to stay in the AFC and he has a home in Miami. Though he's "open" to the NFC, Seahawks and Redskins are the most likely destination in that case.

    However if he wants to win now, Arizona is his best bet, though they don't have a ton of cap room
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    Quote Originally Posted by fettpett View Post
    Dolphins are the most likely spot. He wants to stay in the AFC and he has a home in Miami. Though he's "open" to the NFC, Seahawks and Redskins are the most likely destination in that case.

    However if he wants to win now, Arizona is his best bet, though they don't have a ton of cap room
    im bettin he knew where he wanted to go last year
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    I had a feeling Chicago was one QB away from a superbowl bid but I doubt he wants to play in teh cold of Chicago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bailey View Post
    I had a feeling Chicago was one QB away from a superbowl bid but I doubt he wants to play in teh cold of Chicago.
    or the heat in AZ
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    Quote Originally Posted by namvet View Post
    in the running

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    sea hawks. so far.
    I've heard Texans mentioned too. Also mentioned as a wild bet but not out of realms of possibilities the Broncos. Tutleage for Teboe seems Elway likes him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by namvet View Post
    or the heat in AZ
    AZ is a dome, he would never be playing in the heat
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bailey View Post
    I had a feeling Chicago was one QB away from a superbowl bid but I doubt he wants to play in teh cold of Chicago.
    they have Cutler and aren't going to dumb him. Personally da Bears problems stem from Lovie and their pathetic front office.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fettpett View Post
    AZ is a dome, he would never be playing in the heat
    as you can tell i go there all the time
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    first stop. Miami


    Peyton Manning lands in Miami; media frenzy ensues


    MIAMI—Touchdown, Peyton Manning.

    The former Indianapolis Colts quarterback landed late Wednesday afternoon in South Florida, drawing the attention of local TV news helicopters and NFL fans everywhere.

    His private plane arrived at a small airport 30 minutes from the Miami Dolphins' complex, but he then rode off in a different direction with the news media in pursuit. When his van reached Miami Beach, it pulled over in a church parking lot, and Manning emerged to tell reporters South Florida might not be his final destination.

    Manning has a condo here and has been working out with former Colts teammate Reggie Wayne, who lives in South Florida. Manning's not necessarily Dolphins-bound, he said.



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    I don't believe Elway would want a quarterback like Manning around. He seems very protective of his legacy here and Manning is a threat to that. Also, Elway could not make public denouncements or act better than Manning, a flaw he seems to practice now regarding Tebow.
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