The Denver Broncos are set to have a busy offseason with several key players on the verge of entering free agency, but perhaps no decision is bigger than the future football plans of quarterback Peyton Manning. Officially, Manning is weighing the decision whether or not play in 2015. Unofficially, at least if you listen to head coach Gary Kubiak tell it, it Cassius Marsh Authentic Womens Jersey sounds likely that the future Hall of Famer will return.
“I feel good about where we are right now,” Kubiak said about the team’s prospects of having Manning back for the coming season.
Marshawn Lynch could receive a new deal as well, which would further complicate matters when it comes to Wilson. It’s no secret that he’ll be expensive, but both sides are in a holding pattern while the running back decides his future.
Ryan Clark announces retirement after 13 NFL seasons
Washington safety Ryan Clark officially announced his retirement on Thursday, according to the team’s official website. He played for the New York Giants, Washington and the Pittsburgh Steelers. He’s not feeling nostalgic about it all yet, however, saying that the emotions will come later in the summer.
Via Washington’s blog:
“I would have to think that those emotions come more in late July, early August, when you got Christine Michael Authentic Womens Jersey a ton friends who are getting ready to go play football and you’re not suiting up. I think that’ll be the time that it really hits you that you’re not doing it anymore.”
Though his career will end in Washington, Clark had his most productive years with the Steelers, where he made six playoff appearances and won a Super Bowl in 2009. During that stint in Pittsburgh, he started 109 regular season games.
He averaged just 257 passing yards and threw four touchdowns with four interceptions over his final four games, including a disappointing loss to the Indianapolis Colts in the Divisional round of the playoffs. In his first 13 games, Manning threw for 3,910 yards with 36 touchdowns and 11 interceptions.