Ryan Grigson the general manager of the Indianapoils Colts speaks at the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium, with a picture of Peyton Manning in the background. Grigson and the Colts are expected to announce the release of Manning tomorrow.
The Miami Dolphins have been searching for a quarterback since Dan Marino retired following the 1999 season. The most exciting season in recent years for MIami fans came in 2008, when the team snagged former AFC East rival Chad Pennington from the New York Jets. "CP10" led the Dolphins to an 11-5 record, the AFC East division championship, and the team's only playoffs appearance since 2001.
Can the Dolphins find the same success with another former AFC East rival?
Tomorrow, the Indianapolis Colts are expected to announce the release of Peyton Manning. The moment Manning is officially released, the pursuit of Manning will be chaotic and frenetic. And, the Dolphins will find themselves in the middle of the turmoil.
Can the Dolphins fight off the Washington Redskins, New York Jets, Seattle Seahawks, and Arizona Cardinals, who are all thought to covet the 4-time league MVP? Will the team's recent streak of always being the bridesmaid, and never the bride, end?
Tomorrow, the fun will start. Hopefully, the Dolphins will be ready.