Peyton Manning on future: ‘I will not be a coach’

Future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning is enjoying the early months of retirement. Since hanging up his cleats, many have been wondering what the future will hold. One of the options that was believed to have a strong possibility was a potential career in coaching, but that no longer seems to be the case. Manning recently made an appearance at the Middle Tennessee Sports...
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Peyton Manning says he won't be coaching at Tennessee

Peyton Manning coaching at Tennessee might be a dream for many Volunteers fans, but that’s all it will ever be.  The now-retired NFL quarterback shut down the possibility of ever coaching while speaking at the Middle Tennessee Sports Awards. “I will not be a coach,” he said. Peyton Manning on becoming a coach: I do not see myself coaching. I will not be a coach. —...
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Peyton Manning says he won't coach Volunteers, will let his son play football

Peyton Manning seems to be settling into life as a retired two-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback. And that doesn't include donning a headset on the sideline for his alma mater.Silencing speculation that he has his sights set on the head coaching job at Tennessee, Manning told the crowd at the Middle Tennessee Sports Awards in Nashville on Thursday that he has no aspirations to...
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Report: Manning not suing Al Jazeera over HGH allegation

Peyton Manning was accused of using human growth hormone in a bombshell report roughly five months ago, and we have heard very little about the allegations since his retirement. Manning was initially so furious that he openly threatened a lawsuit, but it appears he has changed his mind. Christine Brennan of USA Today Sports reported this week that Manning is not going to sue Al...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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John Elway: Losing both Peyton Manning and Brock Osweiler was ‘big surprise’

It turns out that the departure of Brock Osweiler caught John Elway off guard, too. The Broncos’ VP and general manager told Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole that Denver anticipated retaining Osweiler even if Peyton Manning retired. “Was it a big surprise that we were in that situation? Yeah,” Elway said of losing Manning and Osweiler in the same offseason. “Because I thought…we...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Peyton Manning on possibly missing football: ‘I got my fill’

Peyton Manning walked into retirement after winning Super Bowl 50, a triumphant victory that put the finishing touches on what stands as one of the best — if not the greatest — careers by a quarterback in NFL history. Given that he’s spent his entire life devoted to football, one could reasonably expect that Manning may find the transition to life away from the game extremely...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Peyton Manning is getting a beer called “Oatmaha”

Breweries in Denver and Indianapolis collaborated on a canned beer to honor the retired Peyton Manning. The beer is called “Oatmaha”, and was brewed by Denver’s Factotum Brewhouse and Indianapolis-based Tow Yard Brewing Company. The beer will be released on Friday at Factotum’s taproom at $15 per six pack. Manning himself isn’t featured on the beer cans because of legal...
Via The Comeback
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Peyton Manning themed beer to be released

Former Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning may have retired from football, but he’s going to continue being a successful businessman off the field. He also apparently likes beer, as evidenced by comments the future Hall of Fame quarterback made after leading Denver to the Super Bowl back in February. So it would make a whole bunch of sense for others...
Via Sportsnaut
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Peyton Manning gets oatmeal beer named after him

Former Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning went out on top, winning Super Bowl 50 and then retiring. He’s already reaping the benefits, as Manning recently got a beer named after him, inspired by his “Omaha” call. Factotum Brewhouse (Denver) and Tow Yard Brewing (Indianapolis) joined forces to make “Oatmaha,” which has a 6.7 percent ABV and contains both corn and...
Via The Sports Daily
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Peyton Manning may want to coach at Tennessee

Former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning, who won two Super Bowl contests in his 18 years at the professional level, may have an interest in returning to the college game, according to Bleacher Report’s Mike Freeman. Freeman is hearing that Manning wants to coach his alma mater – Tennessee. Freeman noted that he isn’t sure if the rumors are accurate. He also notes that Manning...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

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