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Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - Phil Simms Breaking Bad Edition

Good Morning Broncos fans!

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It turns out Phil Simms bias against the Broncos might actually go back to Peyton Manning while he was still with the Colts.

Basically,Simms shot his mouth off about the Andrew Luck situation on his "Inside the NFL show." Simms stated that Manning wouldn't allow the Colts to draft Luck.

"I don't talk to Phil.....Phil doesn't talk to me" Manning said "He did text me after that, saying ‘Hey, sorry to drag your name into this." Manning responded "Phil, I hate to break it to you, but I don't watch your show, along with a lot of other people that I don't think watch that show."

There you go Broncos Country, now you know the origins of Phil Simms' bias.

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