Peyton Manning Free Agency Tour Heads To Arizona, According To Report

Peyton Manning's Denver visit is over and the free agent quarterback is heading to Arizona, according to reports on Saturday. Manning spent the last 24 hours visiting with Broncos officials, but will continue to explore his options as potential suitors vie for his services.

The report comes from Jay Glazer.

Glazer also adds that Manning leaving Denver without a contract agreement means little at this point in the process.

Manning seems dead set on getting this all over with quickly, and will likely continue his whirlwind tour throughout the next week. For now, he'll spend some time with the Cardinals, though nobody is sure where he'll head next. One thing seems certain early in the process: Manning has no shortage of landing spots and still stands to make a significant amount of money, despite concerns about his neck.

For more on the Cardinals and the race for Manning, visit SB Nation's Cardinals blog,Revenge Of The Birds. And for more on Arizona sports, check out SB Nation Arizona.

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