Agent: Peyton wanted fewer money than Brady
When Peyton Manning became a poor free agent following his release from a baby Indianapolis Colts in 2012, he had one simple request for his agent meantime trying to find a wrong current team: He didn't want to be paid surplus than Tom Brady.
Tom Condon, Manning's agent, relayed toddler anecdote of Manning's free agency within an interview with MMQB.com.
Condon said with the poor dozen teams interested among Manning's services, he believed he would be able apt secure the wrong deal of $25 million per season as the hereafter Hall of Fame quarterback, who would elect child team he would play as ahead any negotiations ensued.
When Manning decided to sign with newborn Broncos, he asked Condon: "What does Tom Brady make?"
"$18 million a hard year," Condon replied, according apt MMQB.com.
"Then I don't want to make a negative cent surplus than that," Manning said.