Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has not made any decision on his future, but if he decides to retire, Hall of Fame general manager Bill Polian believes that he can make a seamless transition to general manager for an NFL franchise.

Manning's post-football career has been linked in the past to coaching, television and radio, but Polian makes the case for why he would also fit in a front-office job like general manager.

Via CoachingSearch.com:

According to Polian, all Manning needs is a little fine tuning and he will be ready to go.

Manning and Polian spent a lot of time together with the Indianapolis Colts, and a Hall of Fame general manager's word is just about as good as it gets. However, until we hear from Manning himself on his future, we can only speculate on what his next move might be.