Manning is not only the greatest player in the history of the Indianapolis Colts organization, he's also one of the most prolific players to ever stand under center.
While the marriage between Manning and the Colts ownership has soured in recent weeks, Manning is now medically cleared to play and seems intent on doing just that in the coming 2012 NFL season.
There are a number of teams right now who are desperate to see a changing of the guard at the quarterback position and Manning, although he turns 36 in March, is seen as a coveted target in the free-agent market.
One of the teams considering Eli's big brother is the Washington Redskins.
Here are five reasons why Peyton would do well to end his career in Washington, DC.