As expected, the stories on Peyton Manning's future are all over the place. ESPN and the Denver Post reported on Sunday night and Monday morning that, after his visits with the Denver Broncos and Arizona Cardinals, Manning was done making visits.
But that was this morning. ESPN's new information, as of this afternoon, is that Manning is scheduled to meet with Joe Philbin, head coach of the Miami Dolphins, and Mike Munchak, head coach of the Tennessee Titans. Apparently, the meetings will happen sometime in the next three days.
The Titans are an intriguing option and I'm surprised they weren't a serious contender earlier. (Only takes your owner going public with his pleas to sign Manning.) The problem with Tennessee is that you have Matt Hasselbeck and Jake Locker on the roster. Do you move Hasselbeck aside and wait on Locker until the post-Manning era?
So Manning's situation is fluid, at least judging by these reports. I'm still operating under the assumption the Chiefs are a very unlikely destination but obviously things change.
The good news is that the Chiefs are starting to make some roster moves so if you're tired of Manning talk there will actually be something else to focus on.