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Report: Peyton Manning to announce retirement Monday

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WOWO):  In a report filed to ESPN, former Colts quarterback Peyton Manning is set to announce his retirement Monday in Denver.

Reporter Chris Mortensen broke the story on Twitter, citing sources familiar to the decision.

The five-time NFL MVP spent 18 years in the league, the same number he’s worn on his jersey both as a Colt and a Bronco.  He’ll end his career on a high note after winning the Vince Lombardi Trophy by defeating Carolina in Super Bowl 50.

The Broncos made two Super Bowl appearances with Manning in the last three seasons.  Manning also lead the Colts to a Super Bowl win in 2007.

Manning concludes his future Hall of Fame career by winning 5 NFL MVP awards among many other awards and league records.

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1 comment

Don Ternet March 6, 2016 at 11:00 am

The Colts nation needs to get him to sign with Indy for a day so he can retire as a Colt – Similar to what they did for Jeff Saturday.


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