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Peyton Manning Favoured To Become A Miami Dolphin

Sat, Mar 10, 11:41am by Kevin Pitstock

With Peyton Manning’s illustrious career with the Indianapolis Colts coming to an end, the Miami Dolphins have emerged as the most likely team to pick up the NFL superstar, firming from $4.50 to $2.87 with online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au.

The Arizona Cardinals opened as $3.50 favourites but have drifted to $4.50.

The Tennessee Titans are outsiders at $51 while punters can get odds of $11 should they think he will retire.

“There will obviously be some questions as to whether he is over his injuries but Miami are in real need of some talent so we think they are in the box seat,” said sportsbet.com.au’s Shaun Anderson.

Which team will Peyton Manning sign with?

Prices in brackets from Thursday 8 March
$2.87 Miami Dolphins (in from $4.50)
$4.50 Arizona Cardinals (out from $3.50)
$7.00 Washington Redskins (out from $5.50)
$7.50 Seattle Seahawks (in from $12)
$9.00 Kansas City Chiefs (in from $10)
$10 New York Jets (out from $8.00)
$11 Retire (steady)
$13 Denver Broncos (in from $26)
$13 San Francisco 49ers (in from $26)
$21 Houston Texans (out from $19)
$51 Tennessee Titans (steady)

Market courtesy of sportsbet.com.au


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