Where will be Peyton’s Place?

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From Jay Glazer of FoxSports:


The Peyton Manning free-agency tour is making its next stop.

Talk of the Town

Former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner (above) was among the former and current NFL stars at an Arizona event all abuzz about Peyton Manning’s impending visit.

FOXSports.com learned that the future Hall of Fame quarterback headed to Arizona for a Saturday night meeting with Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt.

Two of Arizona’s top players – wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and defensive end Darnell Dockett – have lobbied for Manning to join their squad following his release from Indianapolis on Wednesday. The Cardinals currently face an uncertain future at quarterback with John Skelton and Kevin Kolb failing to differentiate himself as a clear-cut starter in 2011.

If the Cardinals sign Manning, Kolb would assuredly be released or traded before being set to collect a $7 million roster bonus on March 17.

Manning’s first free-agent visit came Friday and Saturday with the Broncos in Denver. Miami is considered the other front-runner to land Manning, but there is still the possibility of other franchises making a late push.

As first reported by FOXSports.com, Manning wants to decide by Tuesday where he will sign so he can help recruit other free agents to join him. Having undergone four neck surgeries in a 19-month span, Manning is trying to relaunch his NFL career after missing the 2011 season with the Colts.

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