Peyton Manning news conference today on NFL Network

Former Colts Quarterback #18 Peyton Manning

With the announcement that the Indianapolis Colts will release longtime quarterback Peyton Manning expected today, NFL Network is changing up its schedule to accommodate breaking news, including live coverage of the Peyton Manning news conference at 12pm ET. NFL Network’s schedule and press release below:

LIVE WALL-TO-WALL PEYTON MANNING COVERAGE TODAY ON NFL NETWORK

Leading up to, including and following today’s 12 Noon ET Indianapolis Colts press conference with owner JIM IRSAY and quarterback PEYTON MANNING, NFL Network will continue wall-to-wall live coverage.

Following is today’s NFL Network schedule:

NFL Network schedule – Wednesday, March 7
NOW – Breaking News Coverage (LIVE – since 8 AM ET)
12 Noon ET – Indianapolis Colts press conference (LIVE)
**LIVE CONTINUING COVERAGE FOLLOWING PRESS CONFERENCE THROUGH 6:00 PM ET**
6:00 PM ET – Path to the Draft (LIVE)
7:00 PM ET – NFL Total Access (LIVE)
8:00 PM ET – Sound FX: Peyton Manning
8:30 PM ET – Super Bowl XLI highlight – Colts vs. Bears (Peyton Manning MVP)
9:00 PM ET – America’s Game: 2006 Indianapolis Colts
10:00 PM ET – Path to the Draft
11:00 PM ET – NFL Total Access
12 Midnight ET – NFL’s Greatest Games: 2006 AFC Championship – Patriots vs. Colts
1:30 AM ET – 2006 Indianapolis Colts – season-in-review highlight

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2 Responses to Peyton Manning news conference today on NFL Network

  1. Pat Barker says:

    I think Payton should come back to Tennessee. We have the finest Horse Farms in the nation. No better place to raise a fine colt. Leave the stamped blue and come to horse country.

  2. I think that Peyton should retire and not

    take any chance’s with his health.

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