Peyton Manning Undecided About His Future, According To Brother

Peyton Manning has not yet given any thought to where he will play next, his brother Cooper Manning told Jim Corbett of USA TODAY. Cooper did confirm ESPN's report earlier Tuesday that his younger brother will be released by the Indianapolis Colts on Wednesday. From USA TODAY:

"Peyton and I talked today and had a good chat,'' the eldest Manning brother said by phone from his home in New Orleans. "He's going through kind of an emotional time right now. Until it was over, he was a Colt through and through."

[...] "I don't think Peyton's done any personal diligence on what the next step is," Cooper Manning said. "Now he'll have to re-evaluate and see what this next chapter reads like."

The biggest question surrounding Manning's future is his arm strength, but a video of him throwing at Duke University last weekend suggested that he's nearly at full strength. Several teams, including the Dolphins, Jets and Seahawks, have reportedly discussed pursuing the future Hall of Famer.

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