(NEW YORK) — Free agent quarterback and four-time NFL MVP Peyton Manning ended his three-day road trip on Sunday.
After a weekend that started in Denver with a visit with the Broncos and ended in Arizona with the Cardinals, the 36-year old will now have time for him to decide which team he will suit up for.
Manning has not discussed any contract with the two teams or selected his next team and it is highly unlikely that he will make a decision by Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET, when the new league year begins for other free agents, according to sources.
On Sunday, another team voiced their interest with Manning when Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams told The Tennessean that he wants Manning and has contacted the quarterback’s agent, Tom Condon.
Manning will now be meeting with both the Titans and Miami Dolphins this week, according to sources.
Both the Seattle Seahawks and Kansas City Chiefs have fallen out of the Manning sweepstakes according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
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Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN Newswire