Peyton Manning Retires

Peyton Manning has officially retired from the National Football League after 18 seasons. Peyton spent the first 14 years of his illustrious career with the Indianapolis Colts and the last 4 years with the Denver Broncos. During his 18 years Peyton set numerous records including Passing Yards, Passing Touchdowns, Single Season Passing Touchdowns, Tied for the most wins by a starting Quarterback, and numerous others. He also was a part of 2 Super Bowl winning teams, 1 with the Colts and 1 with the Broncos. Peyton Manning showed class, integrity, and dignity throughout his career and showed the same during his Retirement Press Conference. He will be missed by fellow players, fans, the media, and those team mates he shared the field with. It is a sad day for the NFL but we are all better for having been a part of Peyton’s career.


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