Manning will be back, but Irsay would prefer long-term deal
Manning will be back, but Irsay would prefer long-term deal to pricier 1-year agreements Irsay wants long-term deal but will use a 1-year tag if needed Comments Jim Irsay Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay remains optimistic he'll be able to lock up quarterback Peyton Manning to a long-term deal once the NFL's lockout is lifted.
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#1 May 27, 2011
I hear Brett Favre is talking you into joining him in his return to Minneapolis to play tight end. Then in the NFC title game they could run the tight-end around option throwback pass to Favre and he could be a hero and limp down to the five yard line grimacing as he trips and fumbles the ball out of the endzone for a touchback only to lose the game. That way both Favre and Manning would lose another title game further cementing their legacies as the losingest Qb's in title game history
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