Updated Jan 24, 2012 - 3:46 pm
If Peyton is available, should Seahawks take a look?
Bob Kravitz's column in The Indianapolis Star details Peyton Manning's thoughts on his uncertain future with the Colts.
The organization has cleaned house -- the head coach, vice chairman, general manager, and strength and conditioning coach, among others, have been fired -- and owner Jim Irsay has reportedly decided to take quarterback Andrew Luck with the first pick in April's draft.
Manning, who is recovering from a neck injury that forced him to miss the 2011 season, knows he might not finish his career in Indianapolis.
With that in mind, Brock Huard and Kevin Calabro discuss the possibility of the Pro Bowl quarterback landing in Seattle.
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