Peyton Manning is the definition of an elite quarterback in the NFL. Turning 36 in March and having 14 years of experience, Manning has provided the Indianapolis Colts with 399 touchdowns and almost 55,000 yards.
After having his third neck surgery, Peyton Manning was forced to sit out this past season in order to get back to 100 percent. This caused the Colts to go a dismal 2-14, earning them the number one draft choice in the upcoming draft.
Here comes the tricky part. The number one draft choice is almost certainly going to be Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck, one of the most highly touted quarterbacks to come out of college in recent years.
With Manning's contract, the Colts would owe him $28 million if they kept him for next year. This has caused many to believe that Manning and the Colts will part ways, leaving Luck to run the show in Indy.
With Manning shopping for a new home, here is why Manning should avoid the Washington Redskins.