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Justin Forsett

Peyton Manning set to unveil his new mash-up offense

Get ready to see Peyton Manning like you haven't seen him in years. Roll-outs. Bootlegs. Sprint-outs. He'll be lining up under center or in the pistol (with a running back behind him for some play-action possibilities) instead of the shotgun, from which he's operated almost exclusively since joining the Broncos. He might still sprinkle in some shotgun, but when the league's only five-time MVP makes his 2015 debut Saturday night at Houston, he'll finally get to show off the mash-up offense he's been working on for six months. Although preseason games offer more vanilla than a middle school ice cream social, there's no hiding Denver's new offense...