Peyton Manning Lands In South Florida, But For What?

Ahh, the NFL free agency rumor mill. Shortly, it will be firing on all cylinders, and thanks to the fact that Peyton Manning has recently been released by the Indianapolis Colts, it will likely be more ridiculous than it has ever been before. Manning and Jim Irsay held a press conference earlier on Wednesday in which his release was made official. Later, Manning got on an airplane. BUT TO WHERE?!?

He's in Florida! The Miami Dolphins need a quarterback and are rumored to be interested in Manning!

The tweet is a tease, however. Click the link and go to CBS Miami's facebook page, where you get the full story.

FYI, Peyton Manning is on the ground, he landed at Opa-Locka Airport and just got off his plane just before 4:30 p.m. Not likely to sign today, he owns a condo down here.

You. Jerks. Way to get a fanbase worked up over a man going to his own house.

For more developments on this story and Dolphins free agency, make sure to stay tuned to this StoryStream. For all things Dolphins, stop by The Phinsider. For all the latest NFL news, please visit the SB Nation NFL Hub Page.

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