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Peyton Manning, Eli Manning to headline alternate Monday Night Football broadcast - ESPN
The Monday Night Football MegaCast will air on ESPN2 for 10 games in each of the next three seasons and will include current and former NFL players and celebrities joining the Manning brothers on the broadcast. A host for the broadcast has not been named.
I’ll be honest — after seeing Eli Manning host Saturday Night Live, I never expected him to have much of a post-football career. Not that I’m complaining.
2021 NFL training camp: Aaron Rodgers, Melvin Gordon headline nine surprise summer trade candidates - CBS Sports
He’s still a big name with a big role, but with 2022 free agency on the horizon, Peppers could be dangled for the chance to gain $6.8M in cap savings for a team with just $2.4M in current space. It’s not as if New York hasn’t invested in alternatives at the position, paying up to retain Logan Ryan, recently spending a high pick on Xavier McKinney and finding snaps for the versatile Julian Love.
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