Manning lands in Miami, final destination unknown

MIAMI (AP) Peyton Manning's arrival in South Florida has drawn the attention of local TV news helicopters and NFL fans everywhere.

His private plane landed Wednesday afternoon at a small airport 30 minutes from the Miami Dolphins' complex, but he then rode off in a different direction with the news media in pursuit. When his van reached Miami Beach, it pulled over in a church parking lot, and Manning emerged to tell reporters South Florida might not be his final destination.

Manning has a condo here and has been working out with former Colts teammate Reggie Wayne, who lives in South Florida. Manning's not necessarily Dolphins-bound, he said.

One TV station broadcast the interview live, even staying with the audio feed when the video turned shaky.