(Denver, CO) Peyton Manning announced on Wednesday that he plans to carry on playing next season and he explained that his desire is to remain at the Denver Broncos. The 38-year-old future Hall of Fame quarterback joined the Broncos at the start of the 2013 NFL season following a full year out due to neck injury complications.
Ever since the injury, Manning has been plagued by rumors and speculation that he may retire due to the problem. And after every big-game defeat, just like Denver’s in Cincinnati recently, questions arise about whether or not Manning will call it quits at the end of the season. Subsequently, his decision to go round again will change the NFL landscape again for next year with the Broncos set to get even stronger in the coming years, and the potential for Denver’s second dynasty starting to come into play.
But rather than let those questions rise in the coming weeks and months, Manning thought he would put a stop to it to ease the fears of Broncos fans that may have been worried about the legendary signal-caller calling it a day at the end of this season.
Rather, Manning feels he has at least another year left in him, and he dearly hopes the Broncos feel the same.