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Topic - Peyton Manning
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is exploring whether to add thousands of seats to Soldier Field.
Sixty touchdown passes. Fifteen wins. A fifth MVP trophy.
In what was considered the final formality for his return, Manning passed the exam as required by his contract that will pay him $20 million next season.
Kansas City's Andy Reid was honored as the AFC Coach of the Year on Saturday at the NFL 101 Awards, and Carolina's Ron Rivera - Reid's former protege - took the NFC award.
Peyton Manning wasn't there for the handoff.
Brian Pattie knows grandma is always listening.
In many ways, it's a fantasy league like any other, with players obsessing over mounds of data and minutia, teams sporting a variety of colorful names like "RISK It for the Biscuit" and projections that are bound to be way off.
The Redskins need a No. 2 wide receiver to complement Pierre Garcon. Will they find what they're looking for in free agency?
The Broncos have gone 37-17 since Elway rejoined the team in 2011 and are coming off an AFC Championship but a 43-8 blowout to Seattle in the Super Bowl.
John Elway led Denver to the Super Bowl faster as a front office executive than he did as a quarterback.
John Elway's philosophy is to address immediate needs in free agency, even though some of his own veterans may prove too pricey to keep around.
Confetti cannons boomed around Peyton Manning following Seattle's 43-8 dismantling of Denver and the five-time MVP sought out Russell Wilson to congratulate the Seahawks' second-year scrambler on his stunningly lopsided Super Bowl triumph.
Less than a week removed from Seattle's lopsided win over Denver in the Super Bowl, the focus has already shifted to next season.
Three times during his Hall of Fame playing career, John Elway slogged through the rubble of a Super Bowl landslide.
Not only is Manning still performing at his peak level, he said he still enjoys everything that goes into getting ready to play on game days and "when you still enjoy the preparation, I think you probably still ought to be doing that," he said at the Super Bowl.
"I remember at the time, when Cooper got injured, they did a test on me and Eli. I would have been a junior in high school and Eli would have been a sixth-grader, or something. They said our necks weren't picture perfect and didn't look ideal, but they're stable enough to keep playing football. Cooper had to give up playing football. In some ways, when I had my neck problems, I thought maybe I had been on borrowed time this entire time," Manning said. "I was fortunate to have 20 years of health to play football. If that was going to be the end of it because of a neck injury, I really, believe it or not, had a peace about it."