Peyton Manning Has Decided Whether or Not He Will Retire

Mar 6, 2016  •  Post A Comment

Peyton Manning, 39, who led the Denver Broncos to victory in Super Bowl 50, played last month, has told the team that he has decided to retire, reports DenverBroncos.com.

Manning played for 18 years in the NFL.

Writes DenverBroncos.com: “In the four years since arriving in Denver as a free agent in 2012, Manning ushered the franchise into one of the most successful periods in Broncos history. He helped the Broncos achieve AFC West division titles, two Super Bowl appearances and one World Championship. Along the way, Manning set numerous NFL career and single-season records, including league marks for passing yards and passing touchdowns.”

PeytonManning Peyton Manning, center, on the sidelines during Super Bowl 50

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  1. Peyton Manning is one of the great ones and the greatest middle linebacker ever to play the game Dick Butkus played with me for the Fighting Illini and I represented NFL players from 1979 through 2005 and wrote, created and produced the skill demonstration/life story audio/video programs of the multi-award winning (including the HBO Sports Video Spirit Award for the best in sports entertainment) All Pro Sports Football Series (http://www.allprosportsfootballseries.com) featuring Brett Favre and Jerry Rice and Ronnie Lott and Reggie White and Brent Jones and Jim Lachey and Jack Del Rio and Rodney Hampton and Eric Allen and Jeff Jaeger and Jeff Gossett and Don Shula) so I would like to think that I can recognize greatness when it’s staring me in the face. Bruce Singman

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