Someone is going to pay Peyton Manning a whole lot of money.
It won’t be Indy, any small hope Peyton had of coming back, he destroyed when he leaked that story about him being medically cleared even though he knows he can’t play right now. That was shady.
If I was a NFL owner, I would not offer Peyton a contract unless it stated, he doesn’t get paid unless he is the starting quarterback Week 1.
More people are coming around to the fact that Manning may never be the same again.
During a Wednesday appearance on “The Tony Kornheiser Show,” Kravitz talked about the he-said, he-said back-and-forth posturing by both camps and what it means for the future of Peyton and the Colts.
“I think people are starting to sway over to Jim Irsay’s side on this,” Kravitz told Kornheiser. “… It’s such a no-brainer. It’s been a no-brainer since they went to 0-13. He could give them money to play football. Andrew Luck has got to play, okay? It’s not even about the $35 million anymore. I mean, the guy’s arm is a noodle, he can’t throw like an NFL quarterback, and by March 8, there’s no way of knowing whether he’s going to be ready or not.”
I know right at this moment, Peyton’s arm couldn’t complete a 50 yard pass.
There is plenty of time between today and the start of the season, but proceed with caution.