You’ve got to love the NFL (most of the time).
When Johnny Manziel told TMZ over the weekend that he was living with Super Bowl 50 MVP and fellow Aggie Von Miller, it made almost no sense.
As poorly as the destitute, downtrodden 2015 version of Peyton Manning played last season, another year of him is a far better idea than what Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller is proposing.
Two American pop culture icons celebrated a birthday on Thursday: Peyton Manning and The Undertaker.
After a week that saw the Denver Broncos lose Peyton Manning and Brock Osweiler within a span of roughly 48 hours, John Elway and company attempted to mend their ailing quarterback situation by acquiring former Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez.
Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller had done everything right over the last month until he had the absurd idea that Johnny Manziel should join the Denver Broncos.
Why people thought this continuous ball-washing of Peyton Manning was going to take place without an answer is somewhat erroneous.
Peyton Manning is gone.
The retirement ceremony to end all retirement ceremonies took place on Monday as Peyton Manning announced the end of his professional football career.
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports that Peyton Manning will announce his retirement on Monday. Since people can’t dared to be bothered about the HGH allegations and sexual assault incident at Tennessee and keep insisting he is “a great person” this morning, let’s cut to the chase.