Peyton Manning has been highly sought after for a variety of jobs since he retired from playing, and working as a front office executive is one of them.
It’s fair to say Peyton Manning is a big fan of one of the NFL’s great young quarterbacks.
Tom Brady and Peyton Manning were two of the biggest rivals in NFL history when both were still playing — at least in the eyes of fans and the media.
ESPN will not be hiring a new on-air personality to replace Jason Witten on the “Monday Night Football” broadcast this year, but that was hardly Plan A.
Despite a lot of conjecture, it does not appear Peyton Manning was ever in the frame for the New York Jets’ general manager job.
The rumors linking Peyton Manning to the New York Jets’ general manager job appear to have little substance to them.
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.
Justin Herbert surprised many by opting to return to Oregon for his senior season, passing up the chance to be the best quarterback in this year’s NFL Draft pool.
Peyton Manning was among the prominent figures in attendance for Saturday’s NFC playoff game between the Rams and Dallas Cowboys in Los Angeles.