Reports have surfaced today that Reebok and Denver Broncos quarterback, Peyton Manning, have cut ties, and Peyton is no longer a Reebok contracted athlete.

Peyton and Reebok have a long-standing relationship, going back to when he first signed on with them back in 2002. No much information has surfaced as of yet, but according to Forbes sports contributor, Darren Heiter's Twitter page, the two parties have reportedly ended their relationship after 12 years.

Peyton and his brother Eli most recently renewed their contracts with Reebok back in 2012, right when Nike was slated to take over the NFL uniform contract, and much of the brands future in the sport was in question. No news on where Peyton will land, but considering his high marketability and worldwide recognition, chances are Peyton won't remain a "free-agent" for long.

Let us know what you think of Peyton Manning leaving Reebok, and which brand you would like him to end up with @SneakerReport.

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