Sen. Peyton Manning? First he faces genital 'mooning' issues

Posted September 28, 2017

Two more Navy officials fired over ship collisions Senate passes 0B defense bill Corker pressed as reelection challenges mount MORE (R-Tenn.) told reporters on Wednesday that he thinks former Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning would make a "great" addition to the U.S. Senate, but cautioned that he doesn't expect the retired National Football League champion to run.

"And as I spent the month of August traveling across our great state, I was reminded that we live in a unique place full of people who care deeply about the direction of our country", Corker said in a statement Tuesday. Lamar Alexander's seat in 2020, if he also chooses to retire, is a more likely scenario.

Sitting on the largest sum of campaign money among Republicans facing re-election to the Senate, few in Tennessee thought Bob Corker wouldn't run for a third term next year.

According to Business Insider, Rep. Scott DesJarlais said Manning could replace Sen.

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Manning then set the record straight during a keynote address at Adobe Summit in Las Vegas.

Asked if she would consider running for Senate, Blackburn told reporters Tuesday afternoon, "I don't know". Corker later said he had a "strong" relationship with the President, and the two had a meeting at the White House on September 15. However, he downplayed speculation that Manning's entry into the political world is imminent.

"Is it possible? I think it's possible", the Tennessee lawmaker responded to a question about a Manning candidacy.

"Everybody likes Peyton Manning", Alexander told USA Today Network-Tennessee in March, "including me".