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first_img What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Didn’t we just endure a full off-season and then another16 games of a “quarterback controversy” here in Arizona?But rumors never stop in sports, especially when formerNFL executives spark them on national television. Charley Casserly, a former front office guru with theWashington Redskins and Houston Texans, and now an analystwith CBS Sports, dropped the “Peyton Manning to Cardinals”bomb during a Sunday telecast. He’s also not sure that the Colts will be so anxious tocut Manning either. “I just have a hard time believing that he won’t be inIndianapolis regardless of who their pick is or who theycan get,” Warner said. “I don’t think anybody wants to bethe guy that lets Peyton Manning go if he can playfootball the way he’s always played football.” Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation With the fuse lit, it’s time to project. Former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner joined Burns andGambo on Arizona Sports 620 Monday, and did just that.“Nothing against Kevin Kolb or John Skelton and all thoseguys, but if you get a chance to get Peyton Manning, andyou can pull that off, you get Peyton Manning because he’sa once-in-a-lifetime type guy,” Warner said.“He’s a special player, and if you add him to LarryFitzgerald and the defense that they have here and maybe acouple other pieces around him, and it could be special.”Manning, of course, didn’t take a snap this season aftersigning a 5-year, $90 million contract and undergoing twoneck surgeries. The Colts may be interested in cuttingthe 4-time MVP because they own the top pick in thisyear’s NFL Draft, and Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck isconsidered the most intriguing QB prospect since Manninghimself entered the league in 1998.While intrigued, Warner was careful not to get too caughtup in Casserly’scomments.“It sounds like it’s all speculation right now, so I don’tthink you jump too far down that road or on that bandwagonright now,” he said. D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Comments   Share   Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Top Stories last_img read more