Peyton Manning Has Plenty of Suitors, But He Won’t Be Making Any Peyton Hillis-Type Moves

by NESN Staff

March 8, 2012

Peyton Manning Has Plenty of Suitors, But He Won't Be Making Any Peyton Hillis-Type Moves
Peyton Manning
and Peyton Hillis don't have much in common despite sharing an otherwise relatively uncommon first name. Their differences will be even more apparent this offseason.

Manning became a free agent on Wednesday when he was released after 14 years by the Colts, while it's likely that Hillis will also become a free agent at some point this offseason. Manning already reportedly has a dozen suitors, but the market for Hillis may be much thinner after a subpar 2011. It may be enough to drive Hillis to join the C.I.A., which had been rumored in week's past.

Hillis denied the reports earlier this week, but while his future is uncertain at this point, it is certain that he'll be the far less popular Peyton this spring.

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