Is Super Bowl 2016 Peyton Manning's Last Game? Broncos Quarterback Fields Retirement Questions
Peyton Manning answers all sorts of questions at the Super Bowl Opening Night media day held at SAP Center on Monday evening (February 1) in San Jose, Calif.
The 39-year-old star quarterback of the Denver Broncos was most asked about the possibility of his retirement after Super Bowl 50.
“I don’t know the answer to that,” Peyton told reporters. “I think one thing I’ve done well all season and the team has done well all season is stay in the moment and focus on the task at hand.”
Peyton has had quite the legendary career, and is considered one of the best quarterbacks to play the game. His career was questionably over in 2011 when he underwent multiple neck surgeries, and was cut by the Indianapolis Colts. Peyton was signed by the Denver Broncos, and has led the team to two Super Bowls since 2012.
Stay tuned for the Super Bowl on Sunday (February 7), where Peyton‘s Broncos will take on Cam Newton‘s Carolina Panthers.