By now, you’ve heard about Peyton Manning’s new contract with the Denver Broncos.
As Peyton Manning has said before, it is not the end of the world.
If you want to be a great football player, you need to win championships.
And with the Broncos and their fans, Peyton Manning is a champion.
So it’s nice to know that you can say you’re Peyton Manning without breaking any NFL rules.
But as you’ve probably noticed, Manning is not just a good quarterback.
Manning is also a man of the people.
That’s why, during his time with the Dallas Cowboys, Peyton won four Super Bowls and the NFL’s MVP award.
But that’s not all.
In fact, Peyton’s career is even more impressive when you consider that he’s been inducted into the Hall of Fame twice.
He’s also the first quarterback to win the Super Bowl twice.
And you can’t get a better quarterback than Peyton Manning with the franchise he’s in now.
If he wanted to stay, he’d probably have to find a way to keep the franchise in the NFL.
That may not be the only option for him.
It may not even be the best one.
In a perfect world, Peyton would like to stay with the Cowboys and continue his career.
He has a lot of money.
The Cowboys have a lot to lose from losing him.
But for a guy who was never quite able to find success with the New England Patriots and has been in the league for 10 seasons, that’s a pretty good situation to be in.
Peyton Manning, for those who are curious, is still an active player with the Washington Redskins.
But his contract with Dallas expires this offseason, and he will have to play under the franchise tag if he wants to remain in the city that drafted him in the first place.
If the Dallas organization doesn’t extend Manning, they’re likely to keep him in Washington for the foreseeable future.
In the meantime, here are some other facts about Peyton that you may not have known.
First, he’s the first player in NFL history to win three Super Bowl championships with the Patriots.
That is, unless you count the 1998 and 2002 seasons, when he won the championship in his first two seasons with the team.
But the most recent two seasons were the only years that he won championships with his new team.
Second, Peyton is the only player in history to play in four consecutive Super Bowl titles, which includes two with the Falcons.
And that’s saying something considering that Peyton is just now getting to the point where he’s one of the best quarterbacks in the game.
He’ll be 33 years old when the season begins in Week 1, but if he stays healthy and performs well, he should be a Super Bowl contender for years to come.
Third, he is the first person in NFL franchise history to be inducted twice into the Pro Football Hall of Honor.
That means he is also the second person to be named to both the Pro Bowl and All-Pro teams.
And while it is no secret that Manning is the best quarterback in the history of the game, that is not necessarily a bad thing.
Manning also holds the distinction of being the only quarterback in NFL team history to have five different seasons with at least two Pro Bowl selections.
Fourth, Manning has the longest postseason winning streak in NFL playoff history.
Manning has won four playoff games in a row, which would be the longest active streak in playoff history, which is tied for third-longest in the League behind Drew Brees and Brett Favre.
Fifth, Manning won the Superbowl with the defending Super Bowl champions.
He played in the Superdome and the Meadowlands, which are two of the most popular venues in the country.
But Manning has played in front of thousands of people in those stadiums and has won three Superbowl rings.
The NFL is a team sport.
But it is also one of those rarefied environments that can offer unique challenges to any player.
You are playing in front, you are on the field, and you are surrounded by thousands of other people who care about you.
It’s a unique experience that few other sports have.
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Manning has won five Super Bowl rings, including the Superlatives with the Atlanta Falcons, New England, New Orleans and Denver.