Found February 20, 2012 on Fox Sports Tennessee:
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Will he or won't he? That is a question only Peyton Manning can answer. Of course no personal decision from a public figure goes without scrutiny. So pundits continue to make passionate arguments for Peyton to stay and play one more year and to hang it up and call it a career. On the one hand, he has a Super Bowl ring and a corner waiting for him in the Hall of Fame. He has more endorsement deals than any other NFL player and could step into the broadcast booth the day after announcing his retirement. Plus, regenerating nerves is no easy thing. He could be out for another full year even if he wanted to play. On the other hand, Peyton has earned the right to go out on his own terms. There are still some records he would like to break, and, of course, there is the sibling challenge. Brother Eli has two Super Bowl rings to Peyton's one. The older Manning would certainly like another shot at the game's ultimate prize. These are all great points, but the truth is: nobody ...
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