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by chenyan94 » Tue Aug 14, 2018 11:43 am

Retired NFL quarterback Peyton Manning is one of the biggest names on the free agent market. For broadcasters/analysts in the making Vita Vea Buccaneers Jersey , that is.The future Hall of Famer retired from football two years ago, after winning Super Bowl 50 with the Denver Broncos. He hasn't taken up any other professions since, but both Fox Sports and ESPN approached 'The Sheriff' and offered him contracts to be an NFL analyst.But according to Andrew Marchand of the New York Post, Manning chose not to accept the offer from Fox. Earlier this month, he also rejected a chance to be the next NFL analyst for Monday Night Football, after Jon Gruden signed a $100 million contract to become head coach of the Oakland Raiders.CBS Sports hired former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo to replace Phil Simms as the main NFL color analyst, becoming a broadcast partner with the legendary Jim Nantz. Romo became an instant hit in the booth, which could explain why ESPN and Fox went hard after Manning.But unfortunately for both networks, Manning isn't ready to come out of retirement and entertain millions on a weekly basis.Not only would he be a hilarious personality (see his Saturday Night Live skits and epic commercials) Kolton Miller Jersey , but Manning also had a reputation for reading defenses like nobody else during his playing days. He'd bring tremendous in-game analysis, but the man simply doesn't feel ready. Many assumed that Manning would go into coaching or even take a front office job shortly after he retired. But unlike many other legendary athletes, Manning has opted to stay patient and enjoy retirement before finding a new line of work.It's probably only a matter of time until Manning one day gets back into the NFL world. The only question is whether it'll be as an analyst, coach, executive or something else.
BUFFALO BILLS (9-8)

OPEN CAMP: July 26, St. John Fisher College, Pittsford, New York

LAST YEAR: Under first-year coach (Sean McDermott) and GM (Brandon Beane), Buffalo overcame major roster overhaul and midseason quarterback shuffle to win four of last six games and clinch playoff berth to end 17-year postseason drought. Bills snapped longest active streak of missing playoffs in North America’s four major professional sports. At 29 Connor Williams Jersey , LeSean McCoy was offensive workhorse with 1,138 yards rushing and 448 yards receiving and eight touchdowns. Revamped secondary, including first-round pick Tre’Davious White, keyed patchwork defense by finishing tied for sixth in NFL with 18 interceptions.

IMPORTANT ADDITIONS: Rookie QB Josh Allen, QB A.J. McCarron, rookie LB Tremaine Edmunds, DT Star Lotulelei, DE Trent Murphy, CB Vontae Davis Jimmy Garoppolo Youth Jersey , WR Jeremy Kerley, RB Chris Ivory, OLs Russell Bodine and Marshall Newhouse, and offensive coordinator Brian Daboll.

IMPORTANT LOSSES: QB Tyrod Taylor, LT Cordy Glenn, C Eric Wood, RG Richie Incognito, WR Jordan Matthews, CB E.J. Gaines Leighton Vander Esch Jersey Elite , LB Preston Brown and FB Mike Tolbert.

CAMP NEEDS: Many center on how quickly new-look offense finds chemistry with new starting quarterback. Two big holes to fill on line and offense lacks established depth at receiver behind Kelvin Benjamin. Plus Buffalo is introducing new philosophy under Daboll. All eyes are on Allen, first-round pick out of Wyoming, and how long it will take to develop behind former Bengals backup McCarron and returning backup Nathan Peterman.

EXPECTATIONS: Defense should be improved entering its second season, and with plenty of reinforcements. Can offense develop threat beyond McCoy, who turned 30 on July 12. Though long-term future looks bright, given young core of talent on roster, early projection is Bills might take step back in Year 2 of McDermott and Beane’s rebuilding process.



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