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Topic - Jarred Light
The Arizona Cardinals, for decades the laughingstock of the NFL, find themselves in the running for the services of one of the game's greatest quarterbacks.
Peyton Manning arrived at the Arizona Cardinals' headquarters Sunday, the second stop for the star free agent in his search for a new team.
Peyton Manning had another marathon session during the second stop in his search for a new team.
"I pretty much grew up around him," he said. "When I was 12 is when he came to Indy. Now I'm 26, so pretty much ever since I've been interested in football he was my favorite everything. I've seen him a couple of times in Indy from living there so many years, and now I just wanted to come out here and see if he will come to the Cardinals."