Broncos coach Gary Kubiak "has held preliminary talks" with Peyton Manning about saving his "mind and body" during the season.
Peyton Manning's new contract with the Broncos contains a no-trade clause.
Peyton Manning is officially returning to the Broncos in 2015.
Peyton Manning's $4 million in incentives can be earned if the Broncos win the Super Bowl.
Peyton Manning can earn back his $4 million "pay cut" via "team-based" incentives.
Peyton Manning has agreed to take a $4 million pay cut, reducing his salary from $19 million to $15 million.
Bleacher Report's Jason Cole reports Peyton Manning's restructured contract could create as much as $7-$9 million in cap space.
The Broncos are working on a revised contract with Peyton Manning.
Speaking Thursday, Broncos GM John Elway deflected questions about Peyton Manning's contract, and said Manning had yet to reach a "definitive decision" about his 2015 status.
Coach Gary Kubiak said Wednesday at the Combine that there is "no doubt" Peyton Manning will be the Broncos' quarterback in 2015.
Broncos coach Gary Kubiak expects Peyton Manning to return for 2015.
SI's Peter King says the Broncos "definitely" want Peyton Manning back.
Citing team and league sources, ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports Peyton Manning has informed the Broncos he is "physically and mentally prepared" to play football "at a significant level" in 2015.
Pro Football Talk reports Peyton Manning is expected to make a decision on his future next week.