• Peyton signs new contract, but deal doesn’t change

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated May 17, 2013
    As explained earlier today, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning’s new contract doesn’t change the money or the cap number, in any way. The insurance would both compensate the Broncos and provide a cap credit in the event Peyton can’t play for any injury other than another injury to his neck.  of football operations John Elway said he didn’t anticipate asking Peyton Manning to restructure for cap purposes a deal that pays $40 million over the next two seasons, in two $20 million chunks. The only potential d...
    • Under insurance policy, Broncos get $10 million if Peyton can’t play in 2014

      As explained earlier today, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning’s new contract doesn’t change the money or the cap number, in any way. Instead, the renegotiated contract contains a clause acknowledging that the Broncos have purchased insurance to prote

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