It’s time to say farewell to a great, outstanding, champion…Peyton Manning #18. It would be nice if he was to announce retirement with the Colts…but’s that a different story. It appears that his recent Super Bowl victory was his last office game to be played.
Peyton announced this morning that he would be retiring. ESPN reports that the team will hold a news conference on Monday at 1pm for Peyton to announce that he is stepping away from a game that he played for 18 seasons.
Peyton Manning #18 ends on a good note as a Super Bowl MVP, a 14 time Pro Bowler and a 7 time 1st team All-Pro, and that’s just to name a few.
According to ESPN.com here are notable NFL records held by Manning:
Passing yards, career 71,940
Passing yards, season 5,477 (2013)
4,000-yard seasons 14
400-yard games, season 4* (2013)
Passing TDs, career 539
Passing TDs, season 55 (2013)
Passing TDs as rookie 26* (1998)
Passing TDs, game 7* (2013)
QB wins, career 186*
–ESPN Stats & Information
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