In the ever-changing world of professional football, Peyton Manning's presence under center for the Colts was the closest thing possible to a guarantee. Week in and week out, No. 18 ripped apart cover-two defenses donning Indy blue, a tradition that stood for over a decade.
Manning, the 21st century's version of the prototypical quarterback, rose to folklore status on the heels of modesty, robustness and sheer gridiron intelligence.
His release on Wednesday incited an end of an era in Indianapolis and subsequently began an NFL bidding war that will likely go unparalleled for years.
Amid the flurry of possible destinations that now face the future Hall of Famer, the Emerald City glistens.
Per the Boston Herald, Seattle may not be the front-runner for Manning's services at the moment, but it's hard to ignore the Seahawks as an enticing, sensible option for the veteran to settle down with.
Would Peyton Manning to the 'Hawks make sense? There's no shortage of reasons to think so.