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Peyton Manning: LeBron James, Dwyane Wade turn up Heat as NFL teams line up

Peyton Manning hit the open market Wednesday afternoon and, by Wednesday evening, the quarterback-signing business was booming. Whatever the level of intrigue, 12 of the NFL’s 32 teams have reached out to Manning’s people, ESPN reports, and those include Arizona, Denver, Kansas City, Miami, the New York Jets, Seattle, and Washington. (Basically, the only team that can be written off entirely at this point would seem to be the team Manning just left, the Indianapolis Colts, but never count Jim Irsay out.
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