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That’s what Peyton Manning would need to accept an NFL coaching job

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After a Pro Football Hall of Fame career, what else could Peyton Manning add to his resume amidst his many broadcasting projects? An NFL coaching job, perhaps?

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If the 46-year-old thinks so, he has two prerequisites.

“All these opportunities now from ‘Peyton’s Places’ to ‘Manningcast’ have been attractive because I pick my own schedule a little bit. I think whatever comes next has to be [the] Just right at the right time,” Manning told The Post on behalf of Frito-Lay and the announcement of the new World Cup This star is David Beckham.

The timing was right for Manning’s close friend W.J Former Colts teammate Jeff Saturdaywho accepted a job as the team’s interim head coach earlier this month, leaving behind his job as a television analyst with ESPN.

“I am proud of Jeff and the team,” Manning said when asked about the criticism both parties faced due to Saturday having no prior coaching experience beyond the high school level. “Everyone has really come together and moved on after a huge loss [in the firing of Frank Reich]And he made the team look good.

“I was a little surprised when I saw the news… no inside information here, but obviously [Colts owner] Jim [Irsay] Jeff has been in talks throughout the year. I’m really happy for him.”

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Denver Broncos starting quarterback Peyton Manning (18) is congratulated by former teammate Jeff Saturday after winning Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium on February 7, 2016.
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Manning and Saturday were a dynamic threat at quarterback for 12 years with Indianapolis, and together they won the Super Bowl in 2007.

Manning recently said that He doesn’t think he “qualifies” to run for NFL commissioner. The former Broncos quarterback was also not part of the new ownership group that took over the team earlier this year.

However, the Walton/Benner combination reportedly did Contact Manning Over the summer around an advisory role with the team that could lead to him joining the ownership group.

So, why not resort to training? In September, Manning Explanation on Colin Coward’s podcast that he was still learning the ropes as the offensive coordinator for his son Marshall’s sixth grade football team. He also coaches at the Manning Basing Academy every summer in Louisiana.

Although Manning has yet to reveal his next career move, he has remained close to the game of soccer through various broadcasts for ESPN and Omaha Productions.

Peyton Manning and Luke Bryan host the 56th Annual CMA Awards at Bridgestone Arena on November 9, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Peyton Manning and Luke Bryan host the 56th Annual CMA Awards at Bridgestone Arena on November 9, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Former Broncos and Colts quarterback Peyton Manning speaks with Greg Benner and Carey Benner of the Denver Broncos ownership group prior to a Broncos-Colts game at Empower Field at Mile High on October 6, 2022 in Denver, Colorado.
Peyton Manning speaks with Greg Benner and Carey Benner of the Denver Broncos ownership group prior to a game against the Colts on October 6, 2022 in Denver, Colorado.
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The two-time Super Bowl champion has found success hosting “Manningcast,” along with his brother Eli Manning, on “Monday Night Football,” as well as “Peyton’s Places,” a football documentary series on ESPN+.

“It was a lot of fun working with him on this Monday night show,” Manning said of Eli. “We were laughing a lot. We give each other a hard time, but it’s all in a fun nature. Eli works hard, and it’s always fun talking to him about football. I really enjoyed doing that with him.”

Manning too CMAs hosted along with country music star Luke Bryan earlier this month. In addition, he appeared inSaturday Night Livein January, and hosted NBC’s College Bowl in September, along with his brother Cooper Manning.

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