Peyton Manning Rumors

February 6, 2012 by staff 

Peyton Manning Rumors, There has been speculation that the Miami Dolphins could be a potential landing spot for potential soon-to-be free agent quarterback, Peyton Manning.

The Dolphins have been rumored to be very interested in acquiring Manning, and the Dolphins made our own list of potential suitors for Manning’s services weeks ago.

According to Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel, the Dolphins are on Manning’s “short list” of desired landing spots.

Per the report, Manning and his wife own a house in Florida, and would be open to a permanent move if the fit is right.

The real question at the moment is exactly who else is on that list of Manning’s, but for now we’ll have to settle with rumors suggesting which way he could be leaning. If Manning was serious about Miami, he’d at least be walking into a solid situation, as the team caught fire at the end of the 2011 season, and boasts a quality offensive line and an elite number one receiver in Brandon Marshall.

With the acquisition of Manning and possibly Reggie Wayne, Pierre Garcon, and/or Dallas Clark, the Dolphins could quickly turn from an average team that competes in most game to a playoff contender that might have a shot at competing for a Super Bowl.

Everyone knows that anything from now until a potential release from the Indianapolis Colts is pure speculation. Then again, until Manning’s neck fully recovers and his throwing strength returns, speculation about his career in general is mostly in vain.

But if/when he’s healthy, it looks like the Dolphins at least have a shot at landing him for the 2012 season and beyond. And for a team that hasn’t had stability at the most important position on the football field since Dan Marino, that’s all you can ask for right about now.

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