What new level of craziness has entered into the Peyton Manning sweepstakes? Apparently a plane that is linked to Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen made a stop in Miami on Friday, according to ESPN's Mike Sando:
An aircraft enthusiasts have linked to Denver's Pat Bowlen traveled Thursday from Denver to Stillwater, Okla., site of the Oklahoma State pro day. The Broncos' John Elway and other NFL talent evaluators were expected to attend that workout.
Here's where things get interesting. That same plane left Stillwater for Miami at 7:01 a.m. ET on Friday. The plane spent 72 minutes on the ground before heading back to Stillwater, where it was scheduled to land at 2:11 p.m. ET.
Combine this with Mike Klis' report over at the Denver Post that Manning is meeting with the team on Friday, we can connect the dots and assume that the plane picked up Manning in MIami, is picking up Elway from Stillwatter and then will return to Denver for some serious discussions about the two sides coming to an agreement.
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