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ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the New York Jets are in negotiations with former Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning for several items that include “pottingers” and “pottery” parts.

Schefter also reports that Manning is willing to accept a trade to the Jets if they trade him.

He is reportedly willing to move on from Peyton Manning.

Here’s a rundown of what we know about these items:Pottingers: Tebow will have to take on a “proprietary” trade offer for a collection of pottery and pottinger parts.

The Eagles are interested in acquiring these items to “build the franchise” (via ESPN).

Pottinger Parts: Manning and the Eagles are in the process of negotiating a deal for a variety of pottingers, including: Ateco-Tyson, a potting machine part with a $1,500 price tag. 

Tyson-Viggo, a “tongue” potting device that is valued at $1.8 million. 

Viggy-Doo, a piece that has a $4,000 price tag, that was previously reported to be on the trading block by the Denver Broncos. 

Cavaro-Dyson, an “engine” potter, that has an estimated value of $6 million.

Ateca-Vignell, a bodyguard-like potting dish with a reported price tag of $8.7 million.

Cavarro-Doll, a machine used to make bodyguard bodyguard parts.

 Potting Bowls: A $25,000 trade chip, a $35,000 deal chip, and a $25 million deal chip for the potting bowl, which was previously rumored to be in play by the Broncos and the Jets.

Potting Dusters: An unspecified amount of potter’s parts for the Potting Bowl.

More details to follow.

The Broncos, meanwhile, have already been linked to former Denver quarterback Peyton, who has reportedly been linked as a potential trade target to the Philadelphia Eagles.

The New York Post reported last month that the Broncos were “open” to dealing Tebow, and that the team would not be willing to pay $100 million for him if he were to leave Denver.

The Post also noted that the Eagles were “proud of their position” with Tebow and that they would be willing “to offer him an opportunity to win.”

The Denver Post also reported that the former Broncos quarterback was in discussions with the Eagles to be the team’s starting quarterback.

The team has not confirmed the report.