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Manning to Denver, What's Next?

AP

Congratulations, Denver Broncos. Your organization appears to have won the Peyton Manning sweepstakes. Now what?

First, the Broncos have to negotiate a deal with Manning. The terms being thrown around are five years and $95 million, but this is a contract where the specifics are pretty important. Manning's going to get some ridiculous amount of guaranteed money — perhaps even the $55 million figure that's been thrown around after the Mario Williams deal — but the Broncos need to ensure that they get the right wording in...

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