March 15 (Bloomberg) -- Peyton Manning visited the Tennessee Titans’ headquarters as he hunts for a new team after being cut by the Indianapolis Colts following 14 years and four Most Valuable Player awards, the Associated Press reported.
Manning met with coach Mike Munchak, General Manager Ruston Webster and Chief Operating Officer Mike Reinfeldt, AP said.
The 35-year-old quarterback earlier held talks with the Denver Broncos, Arizona Cardinals and Miami Dolphins.
The Titans’ team doctor was among those meeting with Manning, AP said. Manning missed the last National Football League season after having at least three operations on his neck.
The record four-time NFL MVP was cut after 14 years with the Colts, where he won a Super Bowl title. The decision came a day before Indianapolis would have had to pay him a $28 million bonus.
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