Papa John’s takes another NFL hit: Peyton Manning
The hits keep on coming for Papa John’s.
Two days before the NFL dropped the pizza chain as its official sponsor last week, Peyton Manning relinquished his stake in 31 Papa John’s locations in the Denver area, the Denver Post reported Monday. Manning, who retired as the Broncos quarterback after winning Super Bowl 50 in 2016, remains the company’s celebrity spokesperson and ambassador, locked into a long-term agreement.
Pugh said during his five years with the Giants, whenever a new player arrived, he shared a similar sentiment. Everyone that came to the Giants organization always told me you never know what else is out there, you don’t know how good you have it here in New York,” Pugh said. And then I got out here to Arizona and I realized they really have a great culture, they have a lot going on out there.
I learned so many great things and met so many great people in New York, they’ll never be replaced. It’s just going out there and making new relationships and building bonds and winning games in Arizona is my main focus right now.
They wanted me out there. It was the right fit for me.”
Curry is due a base salary of $9 million this season and has a cap hit of $11 million, and the Eagles would probably want him to take less money if he’s going to stay. Although Curry started all 16 games last season and plays well against the run, the Eagles may decide it’s time to move on to younger and cheaper players.
Curry, who will turn 30 in June, has been with the Eagles since they made him a second-round draft pick in 2012. He’s only two years into the five-year, $47.5 million contract he signed in 2016, but he may now need to find a new team.
This sends a really strong message: We need to have respect, Acevedo said. Quite frankly, when you are at that level in society where you are probably a multi-millionaire, how about treating people with dignity? But most importantly, how about not putting your hands on a 66-year paraplegic? I don’t know about you, but it kind of angers me a little bit.