The Kansas City Chiefs and Seattle Seahawks have tried unsuccessfully to meet with Peyton Manning, leading ESPN to cite sources that those two clubs are out of the Manning sweepstakes.
According to the report, the Denver Broncos, whom Manning met with beginning Friday evening, and the Arizona Cardinals, where Manning spetn more than six hours Sunday, are still the frontrunners.
There is the chance that the Miami Dolphins or the Tennessee Titans, whom owner Bud Adams propelled into the mix Sunday, could arrange a visit with the quarterback, but nothing has been scheduled with either team as yet.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com
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