Colts Commission Artist To Create Statue Of Peyton ManningThe Indianapolis Colts have commissioned city firefighter and artist Ryan Feeney to create a statue of former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning.
Peyton Manning Ready To Watch Football Rather Than Play ItPeyton Manning is looking forward to the transition from football player to football fan.
Super Bowl Champs To Reunite At White House On MondayIt might seem like a century since the Broncos last visited the president, but it was actually 1998 when they were fresh off their first Super Bowl victory over the Green Bay Packers.
Peyton Manning Speaking At Freed-Hardeman Benefit DinnerThe NFL's recently retired Peyton Manning is speaking this fall at the Freed-Hardeman University Benefit Dinner to raise money for student scholarships.
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Manning Takes One More Victory Lap Around IndianapolisColts owner Jim Irsay said Peyton Manning's No. 18 jersey will be retired and the team will erect a statue of him at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Peyton Manning Gets Emotional During Retirement News ConferencePeyton Manning got emotional early on in his retirement news conference on Monday morning.
Manning's Retirement Clears $19 Million In Salary Cap Room For BroncosAn emotional Peyton Manning paused in silence for several seconds before opening his farewell press conference from Denver Broncos' headquarters on Monday.
Manning Makes Final 'Omaha' Call Of His NFL CareerPeyton Manning got through the weekend thanks to hundreds of texts and calls from men he played against or alongside over his unparalleled 18-year NFL career.
More Tributes Made To Manning, Including Colts Owner Jim IrsayTributes poured in from around the country on Sunday following the news that legendary quarterback Peyton Manning will retire after 18 NFL seasons.
Elway: 'Peyton Was Everything That We Thought'Peyton Manning officially decided to ride off into the sunset, informing the Denver Broncos on Sunday that he will retire.
Column: 'Peyton's Place' Moves From Center Stage To SidelineHe's called his last "Omaha!" Humbled by age and confronted with a script even he couldn't flip, Peyton Manning called it a career some two weeks shy of 40.

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