Alex Marvez says that Bud Adams actually can offer Peyton Manning a front office position under the rules of the CBA, and it won't count against our salary cap. The only caveat is that the salary must be considered fair-market value. He can't, however, offer any sort of ownership stake without league approval, which he'd never get.
Peyton Manning may have stolen all of the thunder, but he wasn't the only free agent in BSP yesterday: former UT star and Packers great Scott Wells was in the house as well.
ESPN says that Manning hasn't expressed any hesitation to throw for the teams he's visiting, so I'd expect that the Titans got an up-close look at where he is right now.
Climer says that the strongest part of the Titans' pitch may be Tennessee itself.
The Bills still haven't signed Mario Williams, but they're still the only team he's visited.
NFL.com's Michael Fabiano takes a look at the fantasy impact Manning could have on Kenny Britt.
Nashville Mayor Karl Dean will host a citywide field day at LP Field in May to try and combat childhood obesity.
The Falcons have now turned their attention to keeping John Abraham with the team, but keep an eye out to see if we get a meeting with him before any deal is done.
More goodness from PFF's live blog of free agency.
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