Von Miller doesn’t think Peyton Manning will retire

Nearly everyone believes they just saw Peyton Manning play in his last NFL game.

As Manning and the Denver Broncos secured a victory in Super Bowl 50 over the Carolina Panthers, giving the future Hall of Famer his second Super Bowl victory, most fans of the game believe Peyton will retire and ride off into the sunset as quite possibly the greatest off all time.

One of his teammates, however, believes otherwise.

In a recent interview with Ellen DeGeneres, All-Pro linebacker and Super Bowl MVP  Von Miller says he will believe Manning will return to the Broncos next season. Miller went on to say, “Manning still has the physical ability and the mental ability to go out there and be great. I think he still has a little bit left in him.”


Despite this strong support from Miller, Manning should consider retirement after having his worse year ever last season; throwing for 2,249 yards and 9 touchdowns to 17 interceptions.

One question yet to be answered is: would the Broncos even keep Manning if he did not retire?

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