Peyton Manning had a whirlwind weekend of visits and talks with a number of NFL franchises interested in the four-time MVPs services.

Though nothing has been decided, the list of possible landing spots for Manning is beginning to dwindle.

The Seattle Seahawks and Kansas City Chiefs who were both considered frontrunners a week ago when Manning was released have now bowed out of the race as Manning refused to even visit their facilities.

The Washington Redskins bowed out as well in dramatic fashion. On Saturday they dealt three first round picks and a second round pick to St. Louis for the second overall pick.

The Redskins move was clearly made to get a franchise quarterback, likely Heisman winner Robert Griffin III from Baylor. The Redskins would also be open to drafting Andew Luck from Stanford, but all indications are that he will go first overall to Indianapolis.

The New York Jets are similarly out of the running after they gave Mark Sanchez a three year $40 million contract extension, which makes him property of the Jets for five more years.

So where does this leave Manning? He had two extremely long visits with Denver and Arizona over the weekend, spending hours at each facility meeting with coaches and players making their pitches.

He has no other visits planned right now, but reports are coming out that he is speaking with some teams in a more clandestine fashion.

Titan's owner Bud Adams told the Tennessean that he has spoken with Manning's agent Tom Condon.

Manning will also undoubtedly meet with or at least speak with the Miami Dolphins as his home in Miami is not far from their facility, and they are definitely interested in Manning.

But any team wishing to get in on the sweepstakes will have to hurry, Manning has said that he doesn't want this to drag out and that he could make his decision as early as Tuesday afternoon when NFL free agency opens.