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Peyton and Eli Manning's popular ManningCast will return for Monday night's game between the New York Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The brothers and former NFL quarterbacks will get a chance to watch Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady, who was a guest on the program back in Week 7, go up against Eli's former team. 

Speaking of Brady, he became a part of the ManningCast Curse -- the list of current players who were guests on the show and then lost their next game (several of them suffering injuries as well). Brady's Buccaneers lost to the Saints in their next game after Brady made his guest appearance on the ManningCast. Other current players who have suffered the ManningCast Curse include Travis Kelce, Russell Wilson, Rob Gronkowski, Matthew Stafford and Josh Allen

But the curse has ended, and that's because for a second straight week the ManningCast will not include a current player. It will, however, be full of interesting guests. Here's a rundown of the Monday, Week 11 guests in the order in which they will make their appearance. 

  • Bill Parcells: A 2013 Hall of Fame inductee two won two Super Bowls as the Giants head coach. Parcells later led the Patriots to the franchise's second Super Bowl berth. He then helped the New York Jets reach an AFC Championship Game two years after winning just one regular season game. 
  • Kevin Heart: The extremely successful comedian and actor, Hart is a four-time MVP ... of the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game. A diehard Eagles fan, Hart was in the stands for Philadelphia's 41-33 win over the Patriots in Super Bowl LII. 
  • Condoleezza Rice: Rice served as the 66th United States Secretary of State under President George W. Bush and was also the 20th U.S. National Security Officer. Rice, a lifelong Cleveland Browns fan, was reportedly under consideration to be the team's head coach back in 2018 (we're interested to hear what she says about that).
  • Julian Edelman: Edelman recently hung up his cleats following a highly-successful 12-year career with the Patriots. The MVP of Super Bowl LIII, Edelman is the second-most prolific receiver in NFL postseason history. The former Kent State quarterback retired with three Super Bowl rings. 

One story that could be unearthed on Monday night is how close Peyton Manning game to being Parcells' quarterback with the Jets. Manning considered declaring or the draft following his junior season before ultimately deciding to return to Tennessee for the 1998 season.