I don't see Peyton going anywhere, least of all here because it doesn't make sense for any of the parties involved:
1) Consider Peyton's profile in Indy. He's practically worshipped as a God there. Why would he want to leave that behind?
2) He's never played in a west-coast style offense. Though I think he'd have little difficulty picking it up, that still needs to be considered.
3) There would have to be some major concessions by the coaching staff for Peyton to even consider it. Remember that he is not only the QB in Indy, he's pretty much the o-coordinator as well. He calls some 90 percent of the plays at the line. Harbaugh being the control freak that he is (love the guy, but he even admits as much), is not going to concede that kind of power to anyone, let alone revamp and entire offense just for one player. Not gonna happen.
4) We aren't that desperate for a QB, and likely would not want to pay what it would take to land him. We're fresh off the NFC Championship game, meaning there's plenty of other teams far more QB-needy than we are. If Peyton does get released, expect a VERY expensive bidding war to follow. I just don't see Baalke/Jed kicking out $15+ million a year for someone that may not even make it 16 games.
5) On a personal note, I hate his brother. By extension that means I have to hate him as well.
All things considered, it just doesn't make sense.
[ Edited by baltien on Jan 31, 2012 at 2:03 PM ]