LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — If Peyton Manning decides to play another season in the NFL, will he play for the Los Angeles Rams?

The Rams have reportedly discussed luring Manning to L.A. in the event he opts to continue his Hall of Fame career beyond Sunday’s Super Bowl 50, according to an ESPN report.

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Citing a league source, Senior Writer Adam Schefter reported the Rams are “monitoring the Manning situation” even though the 39-year-old quarterback is still under contract with the Broncos.

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The Rams – which announced last month the team will be moving to Los Angeles for the 2016 season – are still “formulating their quarterback plans”, which, according to Schefter, is a “sign” that landing Manning remains a possibility.

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Manning, a five-time MVP, is not expected to remain with the Broncos even if he does decide to come back for a final season.