Nevada officials reach out to Dbacks on potential

first_img Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation But another ESPN insider didn’t hear such warm, fuzzyreports about Manning’s meeting with the Dolphins.“You get the feeling that it didn’t go as well as theweekend meetings with the Broncos and the Cardinals,” JohnClayton said Tuesday.Clayton also discounted Miami’s chances to land thecoveted free agent quarterback, based on their meeting.“The meeting wasn’t in Miami, it was in Indianapolis,”Clayton said. “Secondly, Miami is in a division with TomBrady at quarterback, so that might not be the mostattractive thing.“And it’s not totally sold that Peyton is going to buyinto the organizational structure that’s in that’s therefor the Miami Dolphins as opposed to what he might likeout of Denver, with John Elway, and Arizona, with KurtWarner kind of being in the background giving his supportto Ken Whisenhunt.”Manning’s strong ties to Tennessee are apparent as theformer Indianapolis Colt still plans to visit with theTitans on either Tuesday or Wednesday. Titans coach MikeMunchak will have a few offensive assistants take part inthe meeting, as well. Munchak was also a former teammateof Manning’s father, Archie, when the two played for theHouston Oilers in 1982-83. Comments   Share   What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Peyton Manning continued his search for a new employerMonday night in the city where the veteran quarterbackspent the previous 14 years of his heralded NFL career.ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is reportingManning and the Miami Dolphins brass met for approximatelyfive to six hours in Indianapolis.One source described it as a “good meeting” that focusedon many of the same football topics that the quarterbackdiscussed with the Denver Broncos and Arizona Cardinalsduring the weekend.Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman, who recruitedManning as a Texas A&M assistant, also took part in themeeting with the former four-time MVP. Manning ultimatelychose the University of Tennessee. Top Stories Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Manning’s travels have already been well-documented withthe acclaimed quarterback making stops in Denver andArizona over the weekend. The Broncos and Cardinals arebelieved to be the favorites in the Manning sweepstakes. Arizona Sports’ Vince Marotta contributed to thisreportlast_img