As reporters fought their way up to Peyton Manning's booth to yell out questions at the Denver Broncos quarterback during Tuesday's Super Bowl media day, one member of the media, admittedly a huge Manning fan, caught his attention quickly when she put in a request...
Denver Broncos Quarterback Peyton Manning had some fun Sunday evening following their victory over the San Diego Chargers. In his post-game press conference, Manning admitted that he had having a Bud Light on his mind following their AFC Divisional Game victory, not retiring from the NFL.
The Denver Broncos finished the 2013 regular season with record-breaking offensive numbers. Quarterback Peyton Manning played lights out, breaking both the single season touchdown record (55), and the single season passing yards record (5,477).
Former Indianapolis Colts Quarterback, Peyton Manning, returned to the city that adopted him when entered the NFL. Now with the Denver Broncos, Manning made his first appearance in the stadium that some say he built, Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.