first_imgThe field of contenders for the services of Peyton Manningdoubled Monday when news trickled out that the free agentquarterback had met with the Miami Dolphins and will talkwith the Tennessee Titans.But one NFL insider doesn’t think much has changed on theManning front despite the presence of two new suitors.“I don’t view the Dolphins as a viable contender in thisparticular case,” ESPN’s Adam Schefter told Mike and Mikeon ESPN Radio Tuesday morning. “I just think that he’stalking to them. I think he’s intrigued, but I think he’smore intrigued by other options out there for variousreasons.” Comments   Share   Manning met with the Dolphins for approximately 6 hoursMonday, but the meeting took place in Indianapolis, notSouth Florida. The former Colts’ quarterback spentquality time with the Cardinals in Tempe and the Broncosin Denver last weekend.With free agency slated to get underway Tuesday afternoonin the NFL, Schefter also speculated on whether or notsome of Manning’s former Indianapolis teammates wouldfollow number 18 wherever he lands. “There is a lot of discussion in league circles thatReggie Wayne will wind up going where Peyton Manning does,be it Denver or Tennessee or Arizona,” he said.Wayne has spent his entire career in Indianapolis, and has862 career receptions, which is good for fourth amongactive NFL receivers. But Wayne isn’t the only Colts player that will hit themarket this afternoon. Tight end Dallas Clark, centerJeff Saturday and wide receiver Pierre Garçon are alsoavailable to the 31 other NFL franchises.“I’m not going to say they bring in all of his formerweapons, but I think it’s a logical conclusion to drawthat wherever Peyton Manning goes, at least a couple ofthese guys are going to follow,” Schefter said. D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Top Stories center_img Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaylast_img read more