Manning would have to want it, too, and while he's got a place in South Beach and has been working out nearby with Wayne, he might have to sacrifice some money to make it work. He would also need to be patient, and smart enough to any recruiting in private, since the collective bargaining agreement has several anti-collusion provisions tucked into it.
"And remember," Ganis said, "beyond the chance to play alongside one of the all-time greats, Florida has no state income tax. And when you make the kind of money these guys are bringing home, that can be a very, very persuasive selling point."
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