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Irsay again insists he has no problem with Manning
A group of Tennessee Titans placed an electronic billboard message on northbound I-65 on Friday: “Peyton you’re going the wrong way.” The highway runs between Indy and Nashville, Tenn.
“It would be incredibly sad to see him go and I’d hate to be Irsay. I want him to stay,” said Keith Harden, a 51-year-old Indy native who was wearing a Reggie Wayne jersey. “No, I don’t think it’s hurt his (Manning‘s) image. I think he’s fighting to stay, and I like that.”
But things could get much worse before Irsay makes his decison.
“Jimmy and Peyton have had a strong relationship for a really long time,” Condon said. “They’ve been great friends besides the business relationship. But this is a tough time, there is potential that you could be separated from a team he’s been a part of for a long time.”
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