"A TV executive, who has spoken to Manning in the past about broadcasting, said Manning has never given off the full vibe that he wanted to be in the booth". As he has told all the networks annually, he did not want to become a broadcaster at that time. Manning declined. FOX is still in the hunt (especially for the prime time slots with Thursday Night Football), but they now have incredible competition with ESPN desperately needing to replace Gruden.
ESPN and Manning feel like a flawless match at the moment thanks to Jon Gruden's latest headlines.
And that's exactly why ESPN is prepared to shovel money at Manning. Of the two networks, ESPN is reportedly more aggressive in its pursuit of the former Tennessee QB. "And we would be foolish not to talk to him".
If ESPN were going to make dramatic changes to Monday Night Football, it would surely like to have a big name and compelling character like Manning as a headliner. Manning may not fill either role but it isn't hard to imagine him doing a quality job and it is clear that interest exists on the network side.
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