Peyton Manning capped his 18-year NFL career last month, when he led the Denver Broncos to a 20-18 win over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50. The Broncos on Sunday announced that Manning will retire.
Peyton Manning capped his 18-year NFL career last month, when he led the Denver Broncos to a 20-18 win over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50. The Broncos on Sunday announced that Manning will retire. File photo by Charlie Riedel The Associated Press
Peyton Manning capped his 18-year NFL career last month, when he led the Denver Broncos to a 20-18 win over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50. The Broncos on Sunday announced that Manning will retire. File photo by Charlie Riedel The Associated Press

Chiefs’ tormentor Peyton Manning retires after 18-year career

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