The agent wanted a 12 team bidding war, but the hall of fame QB only wanted to visit four teams and wanted to know how much Tom Brady was making per year. He didn't want to be paid more than Tom Brady. Manning was 'incensed' at Condon when he found out the Broncos' offer was $19.4 annually, telling his agent, "I told you I didn't want to make more than Brady." Tom Condon, Manning's agent, relayed the story of Manning's free agency in an interview with MMQB.com. Condon said with a dozen teams interested in Manning's services, he believed he would be able to secure a deal of $25 million per season for the future Hall of Fame quarterback who would pick the team he would play before any negotiations ensued.