Mike Klis of the Denver Post reports on Peyton Manning’s first trip in free agency to the Denver Broncos.
Klis says that Broncos owner Pat Bowlen flew Manning in on his private jet to tour the team’s facility with head personnel man John Elway and head coach John Fox.
Manning has two more trip planned right now to Arizona and Miami, so the Seahawks are currently in a holding pattern waiting to see if they’ll get an invite to the Manning sweepstakes.
Klis: Manning was scheduled to stay in Denver overnight, but he was not accompanied on the trip here by his agent, Tom Condon, whose absence made it unlikely a contract agreement would be reached. An NFL source said Manning may also visit the Arizona Cardinals and Miami Dolphins, but those trips have not been scheduled. A source said Manning would like to make a decision by Tuesday, the first day of free agency.
Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports reports that while improving, the return of Manning’s full arm strength is still far off.
Art Thiel of SportsPressNW.com says Seattle’s offensive line isn’t good enough to lure Peyton Manning.
ESPN’s Mike Sando writes that according to the NFLPA records the Seahawks have extended a $1.26 million tender to restricted free agent kicker Steven Hauschka, giving the team the right of first refusal.
Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reports that the Washington Redskins gave up three first round picks and a second round pick in a trade with St. Louis for the No. 2 overall pick in the draft and a chance to draft Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III.
D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that former Seahawks linebacker Lofa Tatupu worked out for the Falcons on Friday.
Mike Florio of ProFootballtalk.com reports that Nike will debut the league’s new uniforms, including the Seahawks, on April 3.
Sport Illustrated’s Peter King lists Red Bryant (15) and John Carlson (48) on his top 50 free agent list.
Brian Billick of Fox Sports list Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill at No. 30 in his top 100 draft prospects.