Brock Osweiler says his approach remains the same if Manning retires

Brock Osweiler says his approach remains the same if Manning retires

Brock Osweiler says his approach remains the same if Manning retires
First, Osweiler said he would take two or three weeks to get away from football before he goes to work on his quarterback craft. Osweiler, who is 6-foot-7, 240 pounds, usually has one or two throwing sessions with his former Arizona State offensive …
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Manning Trade

Thank you, lone radio host for causing a socoal media uproar over the “Peyton Manning trade.”

For those who don’t know, a story broke early Tuesday that the Broncos and Texans had discussed a Manning trade earlier this off season. This claim was from a radio host (I don’t remember or care who right now) and he stated that he had two sources that gave him this info. Both the Broncos and the Texans came forward stating they never talked about a trade, and it was just a rumor.

Here’s why it’s a rumor:

-Peyton’s new contract has a no-trade clause. So it wouldn’t be possible.
-Peyton would retire before he did the whole new team thing again.
-The Broncos are not ready to usher in the Osweiler era (if there even will be one.) Brock is still raw according to his teammates.
-It’s Peyton Freakin’ Manning. Why would you ever do that? I mean what’s in it for the Broncos?

Peyton Manning Trade to Houston Texans?

Peyton Manning Trade to Houston Texans?

Peyton Manning Trade to Houston Texans? Is there any validity to the rumors that the Broncos had discussions to trade Peyton Manning?


The internet was abuzz with rumors that began circulating Tuesday that the Denver Broncos tried trading Peyton Manning to the Houston Texans this offseason.

It all started when a Denver radio personality reported the news that the Broncos had discussions with…

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melvinuptonjr  i betchu he finally retires next season, he’s gonna have to fight for qb1 and if the coaching staff and front office were doubting his abilities or torn between him and osweiler, he’s gonna have to constantly prove that he’s still got it and that he can give the team the tools they need to make another playoff appearance…beginnings of a potentially great season for peyton tho

Denver Broncos deny trying to trade Peyton Manning to Houston Texans - AL.com

Denver Broncos deny trying to trade Peyton Manning to Houston Texans – AL.com

Denver Broncos deny trying to trade Peyton Manning to Houston Texans

He passed for 4,727 yards and 39 touchdowns in 2014, but faded badly late in the year and played poorly in Denver’s 24-13 divisional-round playoff loss to the Indianapolis Colts. Osweiler, 24, was Denver’s second-round pick in 2012 out of Arizona State.
Peyton Manning-to-Texans Trade Rumors Set Twitter Ablaze Tuesday…

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Peyton Manning Trade Rumors: Latest News and Speculation on Broncos QB

The Denver Broncos reportedly tried to trade legendary quarterback Peyton Manning to the Houston Texans earlier this offseason.

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Report: Broncos Tried to Trade Manning to Texans

Tuesday, June 23

94.1 FM Denver/96.9 FM Boulder radio host Benjamin Allbright dropped quite a scoop on the NFL world regarding Manning:

Broncos attempted to trade Peyton Manning this off-season to the Houston Texans per more than one source in position to know. Certain elements of Broncos organization wanted Osweiler era to begin this season. Have two unrelated official sources on this, would be a hilariously oddly coordinated lie, if what they were telling me was untrue.

Allbright referred to how some in Denver wanted Brock Osweiler’s tenure as Manning’s successor to start in 2015. Osweiler has long been thought of as the next Broncos QB but is largely unproven, attempting just 30 passes in three NFL seasons.

Broncos vice president of public relations Patrick Smyth vehemently denied the Manning trade rumor:

Manning’s agent, Tom Condon, denied the rumor as well, reported by Pro Football Talk: "Neither the Texans, the Broncos, or Peyton Manning ever talked to me about a trade anywhere.“

John McClain of the Houston Chronicle checked with three of his Texans sources and all of them said the report was not true. 

Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk raised a strong point in his analysis of the Manning trade rumor:

My first reaction was to scoff, but then I remembered this item from PFT regarding the presence of a no-trade clause for 2015 in Manning’s revised contract. Manning didn’t need to ask for a no-trade clause unless he feared that his restructured contract, with a base salary of only $15 million, would make another team more likely to do the deal.

It would be interesting to know the timing of the implementation of Manning’s no-trade clause and when the reported talks with the Texans heated up most.

Houston has two former Tom Brady backups in Brian Hoyer and Ryan Mallett jockeying for the starting gig at the game’s most important position. Hoyer and Mallett are familiar with Texans coach Bill O'Brien, who was an assistant in New England in his prior NFL stint.

The Texans nevertheless had to have been intrigued by the idea of adding Manning because they are essentially competent play under center away from being a legitimate playoff team. Manning also used to torch Houston on a regular basis in the AFC South as a member of the Indianapolis Colts, so that could have been another selling point.

Broncos general manager John Elway traded away Tim Tebow and signed Manning in the first place, but this second dalliance with sending a popular signal-caller out of town is quite a different matter.

Manning is now 39 years old, threw three touchdowns and six interceptions in the final four games of the 2014 campaign and averaged just 4.59 yards per attempt in a playoff loss to the Colts. However, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Manning played those games with a torn right quadriceps muscle.

Concerns still have to be lingering about Manning’s waning arm strength, but there isn’t a more cerebral quarterback in football. An impeccable football IQ and pinpoint accuracy help Manning make up for a lot of physical limitations at this late stage of his career.

Since Manning is still in a Broncos uniform, it stands to reason the trade talks with Houston, if they happened at all, never really heated up. There had to have been debate in Denver about whether to retain Manning, especially with a new coaching staff led by Gary Kubiak coming in.

There has been innate risk surrounding Manning ever since he arrived with the Broncos, and he’s played exceptionally well for the most part. It will be fascinating to see how Manning holds up this year and whether the Texans can reach the postseason with either Hoyer or Mallett throwing passes.

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Brock Osweiler: ASU Highlights

Brock Osweiler: ASU Highlights

Most of Brock Osweiler’s highlights from his time as a starter for ASU. Most from this year, a couple from last year.


“My Only Swerving” by El Ten Eleven (Intro)
Album: “El Ten Eleven”
© Bar Records (2005)

“Daylight” by Matt & Kim (1st Song from Highlights)
Album: “Grand”
© Fader Label USA (2008)

“Western Hospitality” by Club 8 (2nd from Highlights)
Album: “The People’s Record”

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