It was reported that Peyton Manning is looking to play again in 2015, but this would ultimately be up to the Broncos. However, NFL fans know what an important part of the team he is, and live betting services know that many of them don’t want to see the QB leave the Broncos just yet.
On Tuesday, a report by NFL Media said that the world famous QB was getting ready to return to action for the season of 2015. However, Jason Cole from Bleacher Report mentioned sources who were close to the situation, saying that the Broncos are not sure if they want to see Manning return to the team for one more season. The QB has a physical test coming up, and there’s a possibility that the QB could be failed by the Broncos.
“At this point in his career, the Broncos could fail Peyton Manning for any reason, including the four neck surgeries that he has already had,” he said. “In talking to sources close to the team, there’s a big question here about whether the Broncos want to bring him back for one more year. They’re going to have to feel very comfortable about this.”
There are issues that are not in favor of the QB returning to action, and many fans are very well aware of this. They know that next month Manning will turn 39, and it appears as if the injuries that he suffered in the neck, as well as the age factor, are starting to catch up with the player. 2014 was a good season for Manning, but when the season was coming to an end, his physical condition started going downhill. The player was allegedly in action through an injury suffered in a quadriceps muscle, and the scenario that the QB will be injured less as he ages is not very probable at all.
It might not seem very logical for Denver to change QB’s, as in Manning they have a Hall of Famer playing for them, but the team is making a changeover. After all, the Broncos did acquire the services of Gary Kubiak in the head coaching position after leaving John Fox.
Even though there is plenty of speculation surrounding Manning’s future with the team, Cole said that he will “probably” see the QB with the Broncos for one more season, and live betting services wonder what the future has in store for the player.