Tony Grossi has covered the Cleveland Browns since 1984, currently for ESPN Cleveland, and is one of 46 voters for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Peyton’s place: The list of former NFL players-turned-general managers runs the gamut from Ray Farmer to John Elway. For every Ozzie Newsome, there is a Matt Millen. Bart Starr was a championship quarterback; far from it as a GM. Jim Finks was a journeyman quarterback, but a Hall of Fame executive. So where would Peyton Manning fit in? And why should any Browns fan care? First, it is increasingly obvious that Manning would be/should be on Jimmy Haslam’s radar if the Browns owner decides to reorganize his historically bad, 1-21 football operations department.