When he signed for more than $19 million a season it was inevitable that the Denver Broncos would have to get Peyton Manning to take a pay cut. Having that much money tied up in one players just doesn’t make a lot of sense in today’s NFL.
Rumors had started to circulate that if Manning did not take the cut the Broncos were ready to move on, but what’s $4 million when you’ve made over $200 million during your career?
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