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"Peyton can fit into this offense very easily,Cheap Jerseys From China," Elway said. "It's very dependent on balance. Peyton won't have to throw the ball 50 or 55 times. That gets more helpful, the older you get."
And so,Wholesale Jerseys, in Elway's mind, the ball remains in Manning's court, and the Broncos are moving on as if he'll be the quarterback.
Asked about how Manning's contract might read if he does return,Cheap Jerseys Supply, Elway was less clear: "The bottom line is, I don't like to get into anyone's contract."
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) ? Asked who he thinks Denver's quarterback will be next season, John Elway left no doubt: Peyton Manning.
That seems like a deadline of sorts for Manning and the Broncos, because Manning's $19 million would become guaranteed at that time. But Elway wouldn't even agree with that assumption.
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Elway said new coach Gary Kubiak's offense reminds him of the system he ran during the final,Cheap Authentic Jerseys, Super Bowl-winning years of his career. Makes sense, considering Kubiak was the offensive coordinator back then.
Elway's deflection of the contract question Thursday left open the possibility that negotiations over dollars could be holding up a final decision as Manning considers returning for a fourth season in Denver. Manning is scheduled to make $19 million next season, and the Broncos could use some extra cap room as they prepare to sign free agent wide receiver Demaryius Thomas and shore up their offensive and defensive lines.
That's yet another question lingering, as the Manning Watch nears its seventh week in Denver.

"Physically,China Jerseys Free Shipping, he said he felt much better," Elway said.
Manning and Elway met last week in Denver. Several outlets reported that Manning told the Broncos he wanted to return. But the visit came and went without an announcement. Elway confirmed reports that Manning is feeling better than he did when the Broncos lost in the divisional playoffs nearly six weeks ago, when a thigh injury kept him at less than 100 percent.
Manning, who will be 39 when next season starts, would need to pass a physical before the start of the next league year, which begins March 10.
"There's no rush," he said. "I told Peyton ... Think about what you want to do. He's got all the time he wants."
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