Ever since Peyton Manning retired in March , there's basically been nonstop speculation that the future Hall of Famer would eventually return to the NFL in some capacity with many people feeling that Manning might take an announcing job. Although that could definitely happen, there are apparently two other options on the table for the former Broncos and Colts quarterback. According to Archie Manning, Peyton will almost certainly be returning to football at some point, and it appears he's hoping to end up in one of two positions. Basically, it sounds like Peyton could go the John Elway route where he's running a team and making the personnel decisions, or ownership of a team could be in his future if he can find an owner willing to sell him a minority stake in a team. Peyton has already had several chances to return to the NFL over the past couple of years with multiple networks trying to hire him as an announcer, but so far, he's turned down all offers. Apparently, the reason Peyton hasn't accepted any NFL job is because he's enjoying retirement and once he's take an NFL job, he'll throw himself at it, because that's what Peyton does.
Former Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning reminded Denver sports fans that he can still throw Friday night. During a break in the Nuggets game, mascot Rocky approached Manning with a football and pen while he was sitting in the stands with family. Manning signed the ball and then told Rocky to go long. As the mascot ran down and crossed the court, Manning gave his arm a quick shake and let it fly. Log In Membership Newsletters Obituaries. By Robert Denton rdenton denverpost. More in Sports.
Peyton Manning apparently had one key reason for turning down the 'Monday Night Football' job
Who does? Garoppolo has only 10 career starts, including his debut with the 49ers and his three starts last season before a torn anterior cruciate ligament ended his — and the 49ers — season. Remember that? Still, Manning has sage advice for Garoppolo, the same he offered at Colts camp Thursday to an injured-again Andrew Luck.
The victory lacked a lot of style The Chargers and Broncos delivered their fated fourth-quarter classic to make up for a pair of late-afternoon Sunday blowouts and a trio of boring Thanksgiving day games to boot. Meanwhile, the 49ers-Ravens game lived up to its hype and perhaps