As Peyton Manning continues recuperating from the spinal fusion procedures he underwent last year, it appears all but certain that he’ll continue his career a with a new franchise. Manning wouldn’t be the first future Hall of Fame quarterback to have to change teams in the twilight of his career and he won’t be the last (take heed Tom Brady). No one is safe from the passage of time. Despite the uncertainty over his recovery, teams are lining up to pick up or trade for Manning. The Washington Redskins and Miami Dolphins may be willing to take a chance on Manning, however, it’s unknown if the feelings would be mutual as they’re both bottom feeders within their own divisions. The 49ers may be in the market for a quarterback and it would make an intriguing dynamic between Peyton and head coach Jim Harbaugh, who coached Andrew Luck at Stanford and was replaced in Indianapolis by Peyton back in 1998.

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