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Peyton Manning is a veteran NFL quarterback, currently contracted to the Denver Broncos. Peytons excellence as a quarterback is a product of his natural skill and proud NFL lineage.

Peyton is the son of former New Orleans Saint quarterback Archie Manning and the brother of current New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning. However, despite having to compete against his brother and fathers reputations, Peyton is widely recognized as one of the greatest quarterbacks of his generation if not the history of the NFL.

Peytons all-time statistics as a quarterback are unbelievable. He has thrown for 399 touchdowns in his NFL career. From 1998 to 2010 he started 208 consecutive games for the Indianapolis Colts. He has completed nearly 65% of his passes in his career. He has won 4 MVP awards in his NFL career. He has been named to the Pro Bowl 11 times, and was named MVP of Super Bowl XLI in 2007 that saw his Colts defeat the Chicago Bears.
ABOUT THE BOOK

Peyton Manning is a veteran NFL quarterback, currently contracted to the Denver Broncos. Peytons excellence as a quarterback is a product of his natural skill and proud NFL lineage.

Peyton is the son of former New Orleans Saint quarterback Archie Manning and the brother of current New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning. However, despite having to compete against his brother and fathers reputations, Peyton is widely recognized as one of the greatest quarterbacks of his generation if not the history of the NFL.

Peytons all-time statistics as a quarterback are unbelievable. He has thrown for 399 touchdowns in his NFL career. From 1998 to 2010 he started 208 consecutive games for the Indianapolis Colts. He has completed nearly 65% of his passes in his career. He has won 4 MVP awards in his NFL career. He has been named to the Pro Bowl 11 times, and was named MVP of Super Bowl XLI in 2007 that saw his Colts defeat the Chicago Bears.

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Biography of Peyton Manning
Introduction
Background and Upbringing
Major Accomplishments
Personal Life
Recent News
Public Statements and Quotes
Trivia
Conclusion
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Peyton Manning is a veteran NFL quarterback, currently contracted to the Denver
Broncos. Peyton’s excellence as a quarterback is a product of his natural skill and proud
NFL lineage.
Peyton is the son of former New Orleans Saint quarterback Archie Manning and the
brother of current New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning. However, despite having to
compete against his brother and father’s reputations, Peyton is widely recognized as one
of the greatest quarterbacks of his generation if not the history of the NFL.
Peyton’s all-time statistics as a quarterback are unbelievable. He has thrown for 399
touchdowns in his NFL career. From 1998 to 2010 he started 208 consecutive games for
the Indianapolis Colts. He has completed nearly 65% of his passes in his career. He has
won 4 MVP awards in his NFL career. He has been named to the Pro Bowl 11 times, and
was named MVP of Super Bowl XLI in 2007 that saw his Colts defeat the Chicago Bears.
Of course, Peyton Manning’s legend goes beyond the eye-popping numbers he has
consistently produced throughout his career.
Manning became recognized for his animated antics at the line of scrimmage before
nearly every single play. He is known as having one of the best football minds of all
current players. Before every play he is constantly gesturing, changing plays, and
throwing off defenses with his antics. Sometimes the animations are all for show and
simply an attempt to trick the defense into thinking he is changing the play. Of course,
many times he actually is completely changing the play at the line of scrimmage and for
the most part defenses have no idea if he’s simply putting on a show or fundamentally
altering his team’s game plan.
Manning is also well-known for starring in many commercials. He has endorsed a wide
variety of products, including but not limited to DirecTV, MasterCard, Oreo cookies, and
others. When appearing on Saturday Night Live in 2007, he joked that he had already
completed his life goal of appearing in half of the country’s television commercials. The
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joke rang true as he was already so well recognized by viewers as a pitchman.
For the 2012 NFL season and beyond, Manning will set out to prove his critics wrong. Fans
and journalists have said he will not be the same player after multiple surgeries and
missing the entire 2011 season. But, Manning may very well be able to lead the Broncos
to a Super Bowl championship in the coming years. Even if his best playing days are
behind him, Manning has many post-NFL career opportunities. He could thrive as a
coach, corporate executive, or motivational speaker (or all of the above) when the time
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Born in 1976 in New Orleans, Peyton made his impression on the football world at an
early age while playing at Isidore Newman School, a private school in New Orleans known
for its athletic programs. While in high school, Peyton earned national high school player-
of-the-year awards. He attempted 761 passes, completing 452 (for a completion
percentage of 59%) while throwing for 7,207 yards and 92 touchdowns. He was
considered among the top three quarterback prospects in the nation in his graduating
class of 1994.
Peyton’s college choice was the subject of contention amongst many fans and college
scouts. It was widely assumed by many that Manning would follow in the footsteps of his
father, Archie Manning, and take snaps for the University of Mississippi.
Peyton strongly considered Ole Miss, however, he took into account the offers of many
other schools, including stonger football powerhouses. He was amused by Ole Miss’s
reminder that he would be attending a top ten school for beautiful women. However, he
was also impressed by the tradition of football powerhouses including Notre Dame and
the University of Michigan. The possibility of learning under then-University of Florida
coach, Steve Spurrier would have made for an amazing pairing of football talent.
In the end, Manning made what many considered a surprise choice by attending the
University of Tennessee. One of Peyton’s reasons in choosing the University of Tennessee
over the favorite Ole Miss was that unwanted celebrity. Peyton said, “I kind of had the
feeling if I went to Ole Miss, I'd be an instant celebrity without doing anything. Mississippi
people think I'm a good quarterback, but I could never live up to how good they think I
am.” Regardless of where he chose to play, Peyton was well aware of the hazards of
carrying the Manning name, admitting: “I’ll always have to live up to the family name.”
Manning’s football career at the University of Tennessee was a success. Peyton posted a
career collegiate won-loss record of 39-6. He became the full-time starter as a true
freshman following injuries to the two quarterbacks in front of him on the depth chart
(including baseball great Todd Helton). In 1996, Manning’s junior year, the University of
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Tennessee was considered a national champion contender, though they would finish the
year with two losses and would not be a factor in the race for the national champion.
Despite completing his degree in 3 years, Manning surprised some by returning to
Tennessee for his senior season. Some sports agents guessed that he turned down a
guaranteed $30 million by returning to school, as well as possibly being the top choice in
the 1997 NFL Draft. Another agent said that in light of Manning's declining (at least for a
year) guaranteed money from the NFL that his catch phrase should be "Don't show me
the money." (Of course, in his NFL career Manning still earned a considerable amount of
money, to say nothing of the money earned from his many endorsements.)
Manning and Tennessee posted another successful season in 1997, though not quite as
successful as Manning may have hoped on both a personal level and for the team as a
whole. Manning was a consensus All-American who won the Davey O’Brien Award, and
the Johnny Unitas Award. Manning won the Heisman Award, and Tennessee finished the
season 11-2, losing to Florida and to Nebraska in the Orange Bowl.
As successful as Manning’s collegiate career was, to some his career was defined by what
he accomplished as much what he did not accomplish. Tennessee never defeated the
Florida Gators during Manning’s career, this fact did not sit well with the Tennessee
faithful. Despite these shortcomings, Manning’s collegiate career was a success by most
measures. One of the most enduring images of his collegiate career was leading the
Tennessee Marching Band in a rendition of “Rocky Top” following a defeat of Alabama in
1997.
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Following his outstanding collegiate career, where Peyton Manning’s professional football
career would begin was a hot topic leading up to the 1998 NFL Draft. Manning, and
Washington State University quarterback, Ryan Leaf were rated as the top two available
players in the draft that year, and just as many professional scouts pegged Ryan Leaf as
the better choice of the two (though nearly everyone agreed that the two were very
close).
Peyton Manning was ultimately selected with the number one overall pick in the draft,
and the Colts’ selected Manning over Leaf. Today, Leaf is considered one of the biggest
draft busts of all time, having played for four teams over five seasons and not making a
significant impact for any of them.
Manning’s arrival in Indianapolis did not immediately turn the Colts into a playoff-
contending team. The Colts posted a 3-13 record in 1997 which allowed them to select
Manning with the first overall draft pick in 1998. That season, the Colts posted the exact
same record while Mannings was a rookie. Manning had an up-and-down year, throwing
for 26 touchdowns but also leading the league in interceptions with 28.
The Colts’ fortune turned around the following season as they posted a 13-3
season,winning the AFC East Division. That year, Manning played in his first Pro Bowl,
though the Colts would lose to the Tennessee Titans in the playoffs.
Playoff success eluded Manning and the Colts until 2003, when Manning won his first MVP
award (shared with Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair) and also his first playoff
game. The Colts made it to the AFC Championship Game, where they lost to Tom Brady
and the New England Patriots, who remained the Colts’ personal nemesis for a number of
years.
Manning won another MVP award in 2004, but despite the Colts’ regular season success
under Manning, they were still unable to sustain a run in the playoffs.
The 2006 ended wonderfully for Colts’ fans. Manning led the Colts to a victory in Super
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Bowl XLI over the Chicago Bears and Manning would be named Super Bowl MVP. Despite
Manning’s overall mediocre performances in the playoffs, his Super Bowl victory and MVP
would forever silence his critics who said he could never win the big one.
Manning was not always the main contributor in the Colts’ 2006-07 playoff run. In their
first two playoff victories that year against the Kansas City Chiefs and Baltimore Ravens,
Manning threw for only 438 yards, only one touchdown, and five interceptions. He made
up for those performances in the AFC Championship Game against the New England
Patriots and in the Super Bowl over the Bears, throwing for 596 yards, but even in those
games he threw as many touchdowns in both games (1) as he did interceptions.
Despite winning another 25 regular season games in 2007 and 2008 combined, the Colts
would not again taste playoff victory until 2009. That year Manning won his fourth MVP
award and came a whisker from posting his fourth season with a passer rating of 100.0
or more (he finished at 99.9). The Colts again advanced to the Super Bowl, thanks in large
part to Manning’s 623 passing yards, 5 touchdowns, and just one interception against the
Baltimore Ravens and New York Jets. In Super Bowl XLIV the Colts found themselves in a
tight game against the New Orleans Saints. With his team down a touchdown in the
fourth quarter, Manning was marching the Colts downfield for what seemed to be an
inevitable game-tying touchdown. However, with just over three minutes left in the game
Saints cornerback Tracy Porter stepped in front of a Manning pass and returned it for a
touchdown, essentially clinching the game and denying Manning his second Super Bowl
title. Manning and the Colts have not since won another playoff game.
It was announced shortly before the beginning of the 2011 NFL season that Manning
would be unable to begin the season as the Colts’ starting quarterback, and soon after
announced that he would miss the entire season. Through 2010, Manning started in 208
consecutive (regular season) games, a record second only in NFL History to Brett Favre’s
streak of 297. Interestingly enough, Peyton’s brother Eli currently holds the third longest
streak (still active) at 119 games through the 2011 season.
Manning has led the NFL in nearly every significant passing category at some point in his
career:
Three times he led the league in completions ('00, '03, '10).
Twice he led the league in attempts ('98 and '10).
Twice he led the league in passing yardage ('00 and '03).
Three times he led the league in touchdowns ('00, '04, '06).
Three times he led the league in passer rating ('04, '05, '06).
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Twice he led the league in net yards per attempt ('04, '05).
Three times he led the league in the lowest percentage of times sacked when
attempting to pass ('06, '09, '10).
In addition to his four MVP awards, Manning was awarded the 2005 NFL Walter Payton
Man of the Year Award (honoring a player’s volunteer and charity work).
He has been named the AFC Offensiv Player of the Month 4 times.
He has been named the Offensive Player of the Week 21 times.
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The upshot of Peyton missing the 2011 season is that he got to spend more time with his
twins, Marshall Williams and Mosley Thompson, born in April 2011 to Peyton and his wife
Ashley. Peyton and Ashley met the summer before Manning’s freshman season at
Tennessee, and married 7 years later in 2001.
Peyton and Ashley mainly keep to themselves, at least to the extent that the family of
one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history is able to do so. Peyton is almost always
friendly and engaging with the media and has never had public scandals or legal troubles.
Peyton is known for contributing much of his time to charity work including establishing
and significantly contributing to the work of the Peyback Foundation.
According to the Foundation’s website, the Peyback Foundation promotes "the future
success of disadvantaged youth by assisting programs that provide leadership and
growth opportunities for children at risk. The Foundation focuses its efforts in a three
state region and has donated more than $4.3 million to youth organizations in Indiana,
Tennessee and Louisiana."
In May 2011, the Foundation announced that during the year $800,000 would be
distributed to 147 community agencies, the largest annual distribution of funds to date
for the Foundation.
Of course, much of the charity work done by Manning is done behind the scenes and
away from television cameras. Some of Manning’s “charity work” has been seen by his
fans on television, though hopefully the work actually done by the Peyback Foundation
does not actually resemble the his work portrayed by Manning in this Saturday Night Live
sketch from 2007. Manning, who served as host and was given overall positive reviews of
his performance, showed that he is as comfortable in front of the cameras as he is on a
football field.
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Since the summer of 2011, the Indianapolis Colts have dealt with an important decision
regarding what to do with Peyton Manning. In July 2011, the Colts signed Manning to a 5
year, $90 million contract. However, in September 2011, the Colts announced that
Manning had not yet recovered from offseason neck surgery and would be unable to
start the season as quarterback.
Though full and accurate reports of Manning’s condition had been difficult to come by,
those that have surfaced reported that Manning was not immediately able to prove to the
Colts that he had the ability to return to his former playing ability. There were concerns
about his overall stamina, the ability of his neck to recover from multiple surgeries, and
the fact that there could be a genetic component to his condition. The “forgotten”
Manning brother, Peyton’s older brother , Cooper, had his football career cut short due to
a narrowing of the spinal canal.
In February 2012, Sports Illustrated broke the news that Manning had actually undergone
four neck surgeries in the previous two years, not three as had been widely reported.
Additionally, Sports Illustrated reported that Manning had been working hard to prove to
the team that he would be able to return to the playing field for the Colts towards the end
of the 2011 season. However, Manning was never cleared to play in game situations,
though the team did run a simulated game in which he participated.
As was ultimately expected, the Colts officially released Manning on March 9, 2012,
saving themselves from having to pay Manning a $28 million bonus. Due to the Colts’ free
fall to a 2-14 record in 2011 (due mainly to Manning’s absence from the team),
Indianapolis holds the top pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. While there is never a sure thing in
the NFL draft, Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck is widely considered the best player in
the draft and the best NFL quarterback prospect since, well, Peyton Manning.
Manning was widely considered one of the most sought-after free agents since NFL free
agency began in its current state in 1993. Manning visited multiple teams, including
Seattle, Arizona, Denver, San Francisco, Miami, and Tennessee. The three finalists were
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widely considered to be Denver, San Francisco, and Miami. In somewhat of a surprise
move (given that Tebowmania had captured the attention of Denver and the rest of the
country in 2011), Manning ultimately chose Denver and on March 21, 2012 signed a 5
year, $96 million contract.
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At the 2003 Pro Bowl Manning finally showed some exasperation towards the Indianapolis
Colts’ placekicker, Mike Vanderjagt, who previously gave an interview in which he said
Manning needed to show some more emotion. Manning was clearly not happy with the
team’s placekicker trying to become their emotional leader:
“Here we are, I'm out at my third Pro Bowl, I'm about to go in and throw a touchdown to
Jerry Rice, we're honoring the Hall of Fame, and we're talking about our idiot kicker who
got liquored up and ran his mouth off. When I get home I'll deal with it. If he still is a
teammate, we'll deal with it. That remains to be seen. The sad thing is, he's a good
kicker. But he's an idiot.”
Like many NFL players (particularly those in the skill positions of quarterback, running
back, or wide receiver who are vital to fans’ fantasy football teams), Manning gets a bit
frustrated with fans who converse with him only in the context of how he plans to help
their fantasy team this year.
“This is mostly the fantasy guys asking me that and asking how we're feeling this year.
'How many are you going to throw,' … You can tell by the tone of their voice if you don't
throw over 50, it's going to be a bad season.”
While he will likely never become a Hollywood star, Manning put on a better Saturday
Night Live performance in 2007 than most athletes who dare to venture on the show.
However, starting with his opening monologue he was able to generate some laughs (and
not just pity laughs).
“You know — and I have to say, finally getting a Super Bowl ring has helped me realize
what's most important in my life, and that's family. for those of you who don't know, I
come from a football family. They mean the world to me, and some of them are here
tonight. I'd like to introduce them to you, if I could…My dad was an NFL quarterback for
fifteen years — he taught me everything I know! My brother, eli Manning, is here! Of
course, you know Eli is a quarterback for the New York Giants. My wonderful mother,
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Olivia, is here! She didn't make it to the NFL, uh — she didn't have what it took. She got
cut by the Dolphins, she tried in Canada for a bit, uh — she's a real disappoint to all of
us.”
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Manning is tied for 26th all time in NFL history with 198 career interceptions thrown.
Manning’s original contract was a six year deal that paid him approximately $45
million.
Archie Manning rarely coached Peyton’s little league teams and by most accounts did
not push Peyton or their other children into sports.
Peyton and his brother Eli were featured in a series of commercials called the
“Manning Oreo Showdown” in which they try to lick their way to the center of an Oreo
cookie.
Despite their rivalry (and the tendency of fans to create hostilities between players
where one does not exist) Manning and chief rival Tom Brady share a mutual respect
for one another. About Manning, Brady has said “To me, he's the greatest of all-time.
I've been fortunate to be around him on a lot of occasions and we always hit it off; we
have a great relationship and he's a friend of mine and someone that I always watch
and admire because he always wants to improve, he always wants to get better and
he doesn't settle for anything less than the best.”
Manning is only 6-10 against the New England Patriots in his career
Manning has had the most success against the Houston Texans, against whom he has
posted a 16-2 record over his career.
Despite a .679 winning percentage in the regular season, Manning has just a .474
winning percentage in the postseason.
One of Manning’s teammates estimated that he changes the offensive play at the line
of scrimmage 95% of the time.
Manning, preferring to keep his family life private, reportedly did not tell his
teammates that he was going to become a father – they found out in the media like
most of the rest of the world.
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Even if Manning’s tenure in Denver does not prove to be a success, Manning has already
more than made his mark on Indianapolis and the NFL. A shoe-in to be inducted in the
NFL Hall of Fame once he retires, Manning had a huge role in turning around the
Indianapolis Colts. Prior to Manning’s arrival in Indianapolis, the Colts did not have a single
season with 10 or more wins since 1977, when they were the Baltimore Colts. While
leading the Colts, Manning helped the team post eleven seasons with ten or more wins.
Once he is forced to retire, Manning will more than likely have a very lucrative and
promising career ahead of him as a coach or commentator (or both). He has already
shown he is comfortable in front of the TV cameras and he would likely need little
transition time whenever he begins his new career.
Even if he never wins another Super Bowl, Manning will always have his MVP Award
Trophy from Super Bowl XLI to silence those who said he would never be able to win the
big game. While his regular season success still greatly overshadows his postseason
success, Manning still belongs in the elite group of the best quarterbacks in the history of
the NFL. Manning has shown NFL fans what hard work, dedication, and a strong desire to
win can lead to – one of the best NFL careers of all time.
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The Free Lance-Star, Peyton’s Place
Gainesville Sun, The Manning Still Not Sure Where To Play
St. Petersburg Times, Manning Joins His Father’s League
Boca Raton News, The Star Who Stayed in School
Sports Illustrated, As Colts Near Deadline on Manning, More Troublesome Details Emerge
Stampede Blue, Colts, Peyton Manning Now On The Clock, Harmony Unlikely
ESPN.com, Broncos Sign Peyton Manning
10. Further Reading: List at least 5 links to content not yet included in your
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The New York Times, Peyton Manning’s Case For Being the Best Ever
The New York Times, Is Manning the League’s MVP?
Pro-Football-Reference.com, Peyton Manning Player Page
ESPN.com, The Future of Peyton Manning
Indystar.com, Colts QB Peyton Manning's injury has link to 'BountyGate'
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