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Phoenix TV Host Swears on Live Broadcast After Learning Payton Manning Signs with the Broncos [VIDEO]

Channel 3 in Phoenix was doing a live segment with local radio show hosts Johnjay and Rich. They were discussing how quickly you can get news and information from iPads and smart phones. As an example one of the radio hosts drops the news that Payton Manning has signed with the Denver Broncos.

The Arizona Cardinals had been considered one of the teams in the running in the Payton Sweepstakes.  The reaction of the TV reporter is clearly heard on the video.

NOTE:  Video is NSFW due to the salty language which appears about :24 seconds into the clip.

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