Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is still considering retirement, but New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady wants him to return.
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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning are both known for being among the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history.
Their rivalry has consistently been one of the compelling storylines in the NFL, but there is a chance that this may come to an end.
Manning is still deciding on whether to retire after an early playoff exit against the Indianapolis Colts. Manning had played that game with a thigh injury, and he will be 39 in the next season if he decides to return.
Brady does not want to see the Broncos quarterback hang up his jersey this soon though, as he publicly stated that he hopes to see him come back.
Manning has two years remaining on his Broncos contract, but the Broncos fired head coach John Fox and replaced him with Gary Kubiak.
Pro Football Talk reported on Brady’s comments on Twitter.
Tom Brady wants Peyton Manning to come back next year http://t.co/kX361A6aby
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) January 29, 2015