ESPN looking at Peyton Manning for ‘Monday Night Football’

Peyton Manning is one of the greatest to have ever stepped onto a football field. He set all kinds of passing records, won five MVPs and two Super Bowls. If there was ever a lock for the Football Hall of Fame, it’s Manning.

In his post football career, Manning has done a number of things. He’s appeared on a number of commercials, broke down football games for ESPN on “Detail” and even voiced a character in the animated film “Ferdinand.” Now ESPN would like Manning to add something else to his resume: Monday Night Football analyst.

Apparently, last week the president of ESPN flew out to Denver to meet with Manning about joining the booth for their Monday night broadcasts.

If the sports network were able to add Manning to their telecast, it would be a tremendous get. Monday Night Football is generally the worst nationally televised game every single week. Plenty of people would tune in just to hear Manning.

 

 

 

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