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    Cry-baby Manning



    In the " ALL things Manning" pre-game show, there was some video, of Peeton's brother Cooper, tackling him. Peeton came up crying, (his mom said Cooper liked to make peeton cry,) and I just about fell out of my chair laughing!!! Poor peeton looked EXACTLY like he does when he runs to the sidelines whining and crying about a receiver running the wrong route, or whatever. I saw it about 5 times again last night(the whining and crying when he missed a receiver), and it just made me laugh all over again!!!




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    Re: Cry-baby Manning

    I saw that too and was thinking the same thing. "Some things never change no matter how old you get."




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    Re: Cry-baby Manning

    I'll take that cry baby on our team in a heartbeat.




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    Re: Cry-baby Manning

    Quote Originally Posted by ravenmaniac View Post
    I'll take that cry baby on our team in a heartbeat.
    Not with that salary
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    Re: Cry-baby Manning

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Boh View Post
    Not with that salary
    Do you know what his salary is? I know its pretty astronomical but I can't remember what he signed for. I have a feeling, though, that we would lose half our defense to pay it!
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    Re: Cry-baby Manning

    Gee, somehow Indy managed to win a Super bowl and become a perennial playoff team WITH that salary. The dude is going to go down as one of the greatest QBs in the history of the game. He SHOULD get that salary.




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    Re: Cry-baby Manning

    Quote Originally Posted by Gwaihir View Post
    Do you know what his salary is? I know its pretty astronomical but I can't remember what he signed for. I have a feeling, though, that we would lose half our defense to pay it!
    Manning contract:

    Base salary for 2005 was $665,000. (Don't know about 2006 but I assume it's similar.)

    His 2004 Signing bonus was $34,500,000

    His 2005 cap value was $8,435,186
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    Re: Cry-baby Manning

    Manning, Peyton

    Indianapolis Colts
    Salary History
    1998 144000.00
    1999 1430000.00
    2000 2666000.00
    2001 4452000.00
    2002 6298000.00
    2003 9824000.00
    2004 535000.00
    2005 665000.00
    2006 1000000.00
    2007 1000000.00
    2008 11500000.00
    2009 14000000.00
    2010 15800000.00
    2011 14000000.00
    2012 14000000.00

    His salary was a million and will be again this year, then it goes over ten million the rest of the way.




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    Re: Cry-baby Manning

    Quote Originally Posted by Mista T View Post
    Manning contract:

    Base salary for 2005 was $665,000. (Don't know about 2006 but I assume it's similar.)

    His 2004 Signing bonus was $34,500,000

    His 2005 cap value was $8,435,186
    That's really what I meant. I was curious about his Cap Hit more than what he actually made this year. That's still a lot lower than I thought. I thought he was well over 10 Mil in terms of Cap Hit per year! Thanks for the info!
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