Trades not only happen on the field, but off of it too apparently. 

ESPN would reportedly like to team Michaels with Peyton Manning in its dream booth, according to sources.

Manning is now ESPN’s top choice as analyst after Tony Romo agreed to his 10-year, $180 million deal to remain with CBS last week.

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ESPN has also shown interest in free-agent quarterback Philip Rivers, according to sources.

Rivers has said he intends to continue playing.

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