Sharpe tells the Dave Logan Show, Peyton Manning has whittled his list of teams to two, Tennessee and Denver.
Broncos Hall of Fame tight end Shannon Sharpe now works for CBS and says sources tell him Peyton Manning has a short list of two teams he's considering, Tennessee and Denver.
Sharpe tells the Dave Logan Show teams should be careful about going after Manning until they see, first hand, he really can throw after being out of the game for more than a year.
Sharpe says "I've bought a lot of things sight unseen. I've bought a watch, I've bought cars, I've even bought a couch but I can't spend $20 million on a player sight unseen. If I'm going to make that investment, he has to throw for me."
But Sharpe also say this: While signing Manning is a big risk it's also a risk to say Tim Tebow can increase his pass completion rate from 45 to 60 percent.