In the biggest upset of the year, Peyton Manning still doesn’t want to be a broadcaster

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Peyton Manning doesn’t want to be a game analyst. Networks (including NFL Network and ESPN) have been lusting after Manning since his retirement after the Super Bowl in 2016, but passed on becoming a broadcaster that year. ESPN and Fox also chased him in 2018, but he passed on joining either network. A year ago, we went through the same song and dance with Manning, and he once again passed on a broadcasting career. This year, Manning was linked to CBS (who ended up just re-signing Tony Romo, which made the most sense) and ESPN. But once again, Manning has passed on becoming a broadcaster, according to another “big, if true” story from the New York Post.

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