Report: Titans, Browns would be interested in making Peyton Manning team president
The Cleveland Browns and Tennessee Titans would have interest in giving Peyton Manning a front office role should he retire after the season, according to a new report.
The Titans and Browns are said to be among the teams that could look to bring Manning on board in a John Elway-style team president role, CBS Sports’s Jason La Canfora reported on Sunday. Manning’s old team, the Indianapolis Colts, are also mentioned as a potential suitor.
According to La Canfora, both teams will likely make sweeping changes after the season. Both teams would also appeal to Manning’s Tennessee roots. Aside from the Titans’ obvious ties, Browns owner Jimmy Haslam is a Knoxville native and a Tennessee alum.
There’s no real way of knowing how interested Manning is in these opportunities, though. He may opt not to retire, and even if he does, he may elect to take a break from football instead of going right into a front office role immediately.