Peyton Manning won’t be in charge of the Indianapolis Colts’ football operations, at least not yet.
Peyton Manning may end up joining an NFL front office at some point in the future, but it doesn’t sound like it will be in 2017.
According to Bob Kravitz of WTHR.
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay is clearly unhappy with the state of the organization, and is trying to recruit a franchise legend to help turn it around.
Denver Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian won’t play Sunday with a foot injury, so he’s stuck hanging around the team facilities and rehabbing the injury.
With Jimmy Garoppolo potentially looking at missing multiple games due to a shoulder injury and Tom Brady suspended through Week 4, the New England Patriots are going to have to sign a veteran backup
Peyton Manning may be retired, but he is not distancing himself from the sport of football.
Sorry, folks, but Peyton Manning reportedly has no intention of pulling a Brett Favre.
A source told ProFootballTalk via Zac Jackson that Manning has no interest in returning to the league.
The NFL has cleared Peyton Manning of wrongdoing after a seven month investigation into allegations that he used HGH.