Mike Florio: Peyton’s prognosis, Fox vs. Broncos and more

11/21/2015

Pro Football InsiderEach week, ProFootballTalk.com‘s Mike Florio joins Mark Malone on NFL Insider to discuss the biggest news stories heading into the weekend. If you miss the show live, you can listen to the interview here.

This week, they talk about Peyton Manning’s injury issues and when we might expect him back on the field and Bears head coach John Fox taking on his former team, the Denver Broncos.

They also discuss Aaron Rodgers’ recent struggles, Matt Hasselbeck getting the start for Indianapolis and much more.

(Listen to Mike Florio and Mark Malone ahead of Week 11)

You can listen to Mark Malone and Mike Florio every day on NBC Sports Radio. Pro Football Talk Live with Mike Florio airs daily from Noon – 3 PM Eastern. Mark Malone takes over at 3 PM Eastern for Under Center. You can listen on NBC Sports Radio and NBCSportsRadio.com. You can also hear them every week during NFL Insider on Westwood One.

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