Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning’s retirement decision is still up in the air…
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Quarterback Peyton Manning has still not decided on whether he will retire. He is currently 38 years old and would be 39 if he were to return for an 18th season, and he played in the AFC Divisional Round loss to the Indianapolis Colts with a thigh injury.
Broncos general manager John Elway has publicly stated that he will welcome the future Hall of Famer back with open arms, but Manning himself has still not made his decision.
“Let me say this, we’re hopeful Peyton comes back and we want him back,” Elway said to NFL.com.
Manning is due $19 million in salary if he decides to return for the 2015 season, and he has two years remaining on his Broncos contract that he signed in 2012.
The quarterback did not look like himself late in the 2014 season, but he was still able to finish with 39 touchdown passes after coming off an MVP season where he threw for 55 touchdowns with 10 interceptions while leading the Broncos to the Super Bowl.