The Denver Broncos are Super Bowl champions in more ways than one. The first day of the NFL calendar year ushered in free agency and a slightly surprising move as former Broncos starting quarterback Brock Osweiler bolted to Houston for a four-year, $72 million deal.
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.
This is radio gold.
Ultraviolet, a national women’s rights group, is calling for major sponsors to drop their affiliation with Peyton Manning after controversial information resurfaced from his involvement in a sexual assault case in 1996 while at the University of Tennessee.
Peyton Week: Let’s Relive The Historic Super Bowl MVP Ceremony Brought To By Peyton Manning & Gatorade
Prior to the start of Super Bowl 50, the NFL honored every Super Bowl MVP during a historic pregame ceremony in one of the best gestures they’ve ever done to honor their past.
We all make mistakes in life. Nearly everyday, we make decisions that are inherently incorrect. Whether it be deciding to drink an expired beer or putting on socks with holes in them, we are faced with daily decisions that we simply get wrong.
In honor of Peyton Manning winning his second Super Bowl, possibly retiring, and finding out that he has the social tact of a hacksaw, we will dedicate this week to him.