ESPN: When will Manning retire as the Broncos quarterback?
Peyton Manning will retire as a Bronco on Feb. 20, but he will remain a Broncaloos fan.
His family and friends will continue to support the Broncos as he turns the page in his career.
The Denver Post: What do you think of Peyton Manning retiring?
Peyton will be 69 years old in February, and it will be difficult for him to stay on the field.
He’s been one of the most consistent, productive and well-respected quarterbacks in NFL history, but we all want to see him play until the end of his career, especially after the loss of his father, former Super Bowl MVP Peyton Manning Sr. in December.
The NFL Network: Peyton Manning’s retirement is a moment for fans to celebrate the life of a legend, not just for himself, but for all of us who love the game.
Manning was one of our best players, and we all have an obligation to the game, our players and our fans.
That’s why, as a Broncos fan, we hope that Peyton will always be part of the team, and be a part of our legacy.
The Associated Press: Peyton has a chance to retire as one of NFL’s greatest, but it’ll be hard for him To get to the end in the NFL, he’s going to have to do it all over again.
That being said, there is no doubt in my mind that the best thing for Peyton to do is to step away from the game and to be a better man, to put his life back into the business of playing the game he loves and to work hard for the good of our franchise.
The Washington Post: Is Peyton Manning really done playing football?
Peyton has played the game for nearly 70 years and he’s done so in a way that has given him a level of fame and fortune that no other quarterback in the game has.
He also has a great connection with fans in Denver, a city that has embraced him, and has embraced his success.
But there is a lot of uncertainty and a lot going on right now in the world of professional sports, and there is still a lot more work to do to put us back on a level playing field, to get us back to the Super Bowl and to win a championship, so it is going to be hard to give up on him.
The Boston Globe: Peyton will retire at 69 years of age, but the Broncos will always have a special place in Broncos lore The Broncos will continue their legacy of being the greatest football team in the history of the league.
It will be Peyton’s retirement that will be remembered most for the Broncos’ first Super Bowl win, the one that made him the best NFL player of all time, and his retirement will be the one to remember the most for his ability to win championships, his loyalty to the fans, and for the incredible love he has given to the Broncos community.
Denver is a city of football legends, and Peyton is going be one of them.
The AP: It will mean so much for the sport, for the fans and for Peyton Manning.
The Broncos were one of three teams that made the playoffs each of the last three seasons, but Peyton Manning has always been the best quarterback to ever play the game in a Broncos uniform, and that’s not changing.
We are all excited to see what he does with his life after the game of football, but in the end, it is Peyton Manning who will be judged.