Peyton Manning chuckled at the question: Would he ever consider an endorsement deal with Omaha Steaks? After yelling "Omaha" 75 times in his past two games, the Denver Broncos quarterback didn't dismiss the idea when asked about it at Super Bowl media day on Tuesday. "Omaha has kind of taken on a life of its own," Manning told USA TODAY Sports. The bigger question might be if the NFL would allow him to continue his famous "Omaha" calls during games if he did sign a contract with Omaha Steaks. The beef company, headquartered in the Nebraska city, told USA TODAY Sports that it wants to talk to Manning about a possible deal after the Super Bowl. Senior vice president Todd Simon already has a slogan in mind: "Real Mannings eat beef." "We would have to address the matter if a player called out a brand name," NFL Spokesman Brian McCarthy said. "That has not happened yet."