The Denver Broncos give four-time NFL MVP Peyton Manning the best shot at returning to the Super Bowl and ultimately winning his second NFL championship before he calls it quits. The recently released free-agent quarterback met with the Denver Broncos on Friday, according to ESPN and multiple other sources. The Broncos would not only hand over a playoff roster to the 35-year-old Manning, but also the opportunity to add proven pieces and familiar faces thanks to their $43 million in cap space, according to the South Florida Sun Sentinel's Omar Kelly.
Peyton Manning is one of the best active players in the NFL and his four MVP awards only solidify that fact. The Denver Broncos quarterback should be making room on his trophy shelf this season for a fifth MVP, though. The Most Valu... Read Post
The Denver Broncos will have legendary quarterback Peyton Manning back for the 2014 NFL season if he has any say in the matter, regardless of whether or not the team wins Super Bowl XLVIII. In his first media interview of Super Bowl... Read Post
Peyton Manning has won four NFL MVP awards. The Denver Broncos quarterback is no stranger to what it takes to win the NFL MVP. In fact, although he did not play a single snap during the 2011 NFL season, which turned out to be his fi... Read Post