According to ESPN's Adam Schefter (via Pro Football Talk), free agent Peyton Manning is done taking visits to NFL teams. Schefter reported this morning on SportsCenter that Manning doesn't want the process of his choosing a new team to turn into a "Reggie White tour," and so it is expected that the Denver Broncos and Arizona Cardinals will be the only teams given the opportunity to host him.
Schefter did note that Manning, who lives in Miami, feels familiar with the facilities of the Miami Dolphins because the franchise hosted the Indianapolis Colts in both of the team's Super Bowl appearances under Manning. Between Manning's familiarity with the city and owner Stephen Ross' widely known desire to snag Manning at any cost, the Dolphins should likely not be ruled out, but Schefter confirms what has been reported by various sources over the weekend, and that's that the Broncos are the favorites to land Manning with the Cardinals still "in contention."
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