Since his retirement from football, fans have been speculating about Peyton Manning's next job.
The Tennessee and NFL legend seems to be enjoying the time off, going to games, spending time with family, and the normal things you do in retirement.
Manning hasn't shown any interest in broadcasting so far, but ESPN's got a pretty high profile job available on Monday Night Football--- and some are speculating Manning would be the perfect fit.
Jon Gruden left ESPN to coach the Oakland Raiders, leaving the coveted analysis position open on the sports network's biggest show.
Top ESPN executive Stephanie Druley spoke to Sports Illustrated about the possibility of Manning coming to Monday Night Football.
"Asked whether the network would reach out to Manning on the remote chance he was interested, Druley said that Manning is aware of ESPN’s interest but nothing beyond that at this time. 'We like Peyton Manning,’ Druley said. 'And we would be foolish not to talk him.'" wrote Richard Deitsch for SI.
There's been no official word from Manning on whether he'd be interested, so we'll just have to wait and see.