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The Pittsburgh Steelers’ “Manning move” is probably the single most memorable and widely-discussed move in the history of the NFL.
It is, by far, the most talked-about play in the franchise’s history.
For a long time, it was thought to be the first move by a team to acquire a player without any team-level or salary-cap ramifications.
And, for some, the decision is considered to have been a massive, bold, and even self-destructive act.
But the Steelers made that decision with a simple and simple logic.
In case you were wondering, they made the move.
They needed to acquire Manning, and they had to do it with a team-low cap charge.
Here are the key points: The Steelers were reportedly in a “manner” to trade down.
It would have been “difficult” to do the deal without losing out on the quarterback, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
This is the way teams do it in the NFL: They’re trading down, then moving up.
The Steelers knew Manning had three years and $28 million remaining on his contract, so they were willing to do anything in order to get him.
In the end, they traded down from No. 11 to No. 12 and acquired Manning.
The decision was based on what they thought was best for the team.
They were thinking they had the best chance to acquire the player they were looking for, and it was the most logical way to do so.
The move was a smart one, and one that was done with the utmost seriousness.
They made the call with the knowledge that Manning would be with them for the foreseeable future.
They thought Manning would stay and fight for a championship, and that they would be able to win a Super Bowl without him.
Now that Manning is out of the picture, it’s not like the Steelers have lost any of their Super Bowl hopes.
But, in the long run, this decision will serve as a lesson for every team to never make the same mistake again.
As a result, it is likely the last one made by the Steelers.
There’s nothing wrong with taking a chance on a player in the draft.
The difference here is that the Steelers didn’t do it out of a desire to get something for Manning.
They did it because they wanted him to leave, and so they did what they needed to do to make sure they could get what they wanted.
Manning was one of the best players in the game in 2015, and he was on the way to being a superstar.
But after his contract expired, the Steelers were in the middle of a playoff run.
They had an elite quarterback, and a young and talented group of receivers.
They wanted to take advantage of his final year in Pittsburgh.
They took the quarterback who was coming off a Super Super Bowl and a championship season.
That’s how this move was made.
Manning will likely be a free agent in the offseason.
There will be no bidding war on his services.
But there is a chance he might want to come back to Pittsburgh.
This could make a statement about the league as a whole, that the league is not a league where players get paid to play.
He might not want to go back to the organization he left in 2015.
But he will be the centerpiece of their rebuilding efforts, and the Steelers will be able look back at this move as a big one.
It’s not just the Steelers’ move that will stand out in history, it will also be remembered for years to come.
They’re not the only team to make a Manning move, but it’s the first team to do a deal that would give up a draft pick, a first-round pick, and two third-round picks for a player with Manning’s skill set.
That kind of money and ability will never come back.
The NFL is a business, and teams can do whatever they want with their picks.
They can trade them, sign them to long-term deals, and then cut bait when the opportunity presents itself.
But what teams do when they are faced with a player like Manning is beyond the pale.
They need to make the right call.
And that call is this: Do you want to trade up for the player you’re looking for or do you want him to go to the Steelers?
It will take a lot of thought to make that decision, but that decision will stand in the way of any other team wanting to do that.
For now, though, the franchise has won its first Super Bowl title since 1999.
The team has won the AFC North three times and the AFC South once.
The franchise has become one of football’s biggest superstars and has won at least nine Super Bowls.
There is no doubt that the decision to trade Manning to the Pittsburgh Steelers was a tough one for the Steelers, but they made it with the best of intentions.
It shows that they are committed to winning.
They are the ultimate