Peyton Manning Is Only Former Player Who Would Turn Down $20 Million

Peyton Manning Is Only Former Player Who Would Turn Down $20 Million

Clay Travis is talking about the Monday Night Football booth, and the decision made by Peyton Manning to turn down the massive offer made to him by ESPN to call games on Monday nights, according to the NY Post.

The offer that Manning turned down was reportedly around $20 million per season, and Clay is utterly shocked that anybody could turn down that kind of money to call one football game per week. Clay argues that Peyton Manning is literally the only former NFL player that would turn down this kind of offer.

Clay brings in the Outkick crew to ask them if there is anybody else that could say no to a $20 million a year deal, they can't seem to come up with another name, but Clay is reminded about a past conversation on the show (about freedom) that has come true.

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