Peyton Manning to Hold News Conference With Colts Tomorrow
Before the Sheriff Peyton Manning came to the Denver Broncos and hoisted the Lombardi in the air as the winning Quarterback of Super Bowl 50, he was an Indianapolis Colt for 14 years.
Manning started as a Colt in 1998. His time with the Colts from 1998 to 2010 garnered a total of 399 touchdowns, 54,828 passing yards, and a Super Bowl Victory. After 18 years and 2 Super Bowl wins under his belt, Manning rode off into a Colorado sunset.
Peyton Manning will be back in Indianapolis tomorrow for a news conference. Despite rumors, the Colts said that Manning will not be retiring as a Colt. Currently, Peyton Manning is on the reserved/retired list for the Denver Broncos.
According to KDVR in Denver, Manning's former team will be honoring his 14 years with the Colts. I for one, will certainly miss number 18 on the field and hope he has a wonderful retirement! Maybe he will pop into a Papa John's in Colorado and make pizzas for a day if he gets bored of doing nothing all day long!