Report: Broncos' Offer For Peyton Manning Is Five Years, $60 Million
We knew all along that the Denver Broncos were interested in Peyton Manning, but now we've got a good idea of just how interested -- they've offered the aging quarterback $60 million over five years, according to Mike Klis of the Denver Post.
It's a dazzling amount of money for a quarterback who's coming off of multiple neck surgeries and turning 36 next week, and it proves just how serious the Broncos are about making Manning a Bronco.
But before they make the offer official, the Broncos want to get in one quick workout with the former Indianapolis Colts QB to check him out physically. A large Broncos contingent landed in North Carolina this morning, including exec John Elway, head coach John Fox and head trainer Steve Antonopulos.