Of course, even if he'd said something meaningful, we wouldn't believe it, anyway. Remember when a certain
sect segment took Elway's comments about wanting a son-in-law like Tim Tebow, to mean he wanted a starting quarterback who couldn't throw? Good times (also couldn't resist).
Anyway, Elway confirmed what Mike Klis reported earlier in the week - that the Duke plans to get to work on extending the contract of John Fox.
Someone needs to tell Klis that Peyton Manning will be paid $15M in 2014, not $20M. Last year's restructuring included what is essentially a $10M signing bonus, reducing Manning's 2014 cap figure to $17.5M from $20M. Yay, journalism!