Report: Broncos, Titans offering Peyton Manning 5 years/$90 mil
As the Broncos and Titans try to convince Peyton Manning to sign with their respective squads, both squads are willing to give him five years and $90 million.
As the Broncos watch Peyton Manning work out at Duke’s campus today, they’ll have some financial incentives to discuss with him. As the Denver Post reports, the Broncos will offer (or have offered) a five-year deal worth about $60 $90 million.
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"We're still in it," a Broncos source told the paper. "We don't know. We'll know more over the weekend."
One advantage for Broncos is that they have about $15 million more room under the salary cap than does Tennessee.
Obviously, we still don’t know which way Manning is leaning, because it’s been reported Tennessee will get the chance to watch Manning work out as well.
But one thing we know for sure: the Broncos pursuit of Manning has played out all over national TV and Twitter, and it’s not likely to end soon.
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