INDIANAPOLIS, IN - MARCH 07: Peyton Manning speaks during a press conference announcing his release from the Indianapolis Colts at Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center on March 7, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joey Foley/Getty Images)
It would seem like the whole world is waiting on quarterback Peyton Manning to decide with which team to sign and play in 2012. That is probably because the whole world is. At least almost the entire NFL is. That includes the Arizona Cardinals, who are having to wait on other free agent signings to see if they land the future Hall of Fame QB.
While he has not made a decision yet, it appears that it is coming soon.
Some reports are coming out that Manning could decide as early as Wednesday night. This is important for the Arizona Cardinals because they have until Friday at noon to decide what to do with Kevin Kolb. If it goes past that, they will have to move on without Manning.
Reports also came out that he met with the Tennessee Titans on Wednesday. However, the meeting with them does not necessarily mean anything.
In good news for the Cardinals, they are reportedly part of the final four teams that Manning is choosing from. Supposedly, Manning will choose between the Titans, Cardinals, Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins. That, of course, is no surprise. They are the four teams that he has visited.
There is confidence for Arizona. From NFL Network, Michelle Beisner tweeted this:
Things are quiet here at The Cards facility. Team source telling me they are still very much in the mix to acquire Peyton Manning.— Michelle Beisner (@MichelleBeisner) March 14, 2012
What does this all mean? In a nutshell, we know nothing more than before.
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