Coach Manning?

Tony Dungy explains why Peyton Manning could never be a coach
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Tony Dungy coached Peyton Manning for seven seasons in Indianapolis and gave him wide leeway to call the plays, run the offense and generally act like a coach on the field. But Dungy doesn’t think Manning could ever be a coach on the sideline…

“No, absolutely not, because he would expect that from everybody, and he doesn’t realize, everybody’s not Peyton Manning,” Dungy said. “Everybody doesn’t work that hard, everybody can’t be at that level all the time. It would frustrate him to death.”

Of course Peyton Manning isn't going to be a coach.  He's got pizzas to sell--a lot of them.

I’m glad we had this talk.  Now, vaya con Dios, Brah.

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