Though Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has implied that he will retire after the Super Bowl, the Los Angeles Rams have had what ESPN’s Adam Schefter calls “internal discussions” about bringing the future Hall-of-Famer aboard.
Such a move would be interesting, as Manning would not need to be a traditional gunslinger for the Rams.
Thanks to star running back Todd Gurley, he would definitely be more of a game manager, depending on what upgrades Los Angeles made at wide receiver.
But the long and short of it is that even if Manning does decide he wants to keep playing, the Rams should not waste their money. Manning appeared in just 10 games this season due to rib and foot injuries and had 17 interceptions compared to just nine touchdowns.
With his 40th birthday looming, it’s time for him to retire.
What do you think? Should the Rams attempt to make a play for the future Hall of Famer? Sound off in the comments section below with your thoughts.
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