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Peyton Manning future: Is it in the Cards, or with the Dolphins?

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“I could see it,” Wayne told Michael Irvin of WQAM radio in Miami.  “I’m definitely not opposed to it, you know?  He’s a great worker, and I consider myself a great worker.  And when you put great workers together, good things happen.  Me being in his trail going to Miami?  I would love it.  I would definitely love it.  I am totally available.  My phone is working.  Make sure you put that out there, my phone is working.  I paid my bills ahead of time, just so we have no problems.  So I am ready for anything that comes right now.”

Across the country, the Arizona Cardinals want to get back to the Super Bowl, where they last played with Kurt Warner as quarterback in 2008.

With wide receivers Larry Fitzgerald and Early Doucet along with tight end Todd Heap to throw to, Manning would have viable offensive weapons at his disposal in Arizona. Clearly, part of Manning's calculation is which team is the best fit and on track for a Super Bowl season.

Adam Schein at, says "Manning, according to different sources, has put out feelers about the Cardinals. He is very intrigued by playing with Larry Fitzgerald and bringing [Reggie] Wayne along as his wingman."

Even head coach Ken Whisenhunt's agent thinks the Cards have a shot of landing Manning.

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