Peyton Manning wants to trashtalk Roger Goodell on field

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Five-time NFL MVP Peyton Manning was made doubly famous last season for his play call 'Omaha.'

Not just was the former Indianapolis Colts quarterback famous for his simple presence as one of the best QB's of all time, Manning was getting a lot of attention for his ridiculous play call name.

Next season though he has a plan for making sure that television microphones don't pick up what he is saying at the line of scrimmage.

Simply put, the signal caller wants to trashtalk NFL commissioner Roger Goodell at the line of scrimmage, which he thinks will lead to the mics having to be turned down.

This was said during a laugh and a joke with chat show host David Letterman, and the clip can be seen above.

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