After the Super Bowl, many wondered if Manning would be playing football for the 2016 season. Since his announced retirement, the new question is as to how he will be involved in the game that he’s no longer playing.
But it appears that after winning his second Super Bowl, Manning himself isn’t concerned about football in the least right now.
“People tell me that I’m going to miss football, that I’m going to have withdrawals. But I got my fill,” Manning said at the Northern Colorado Sports Awards on Tuesday, per the Indianapolis Star.
“There are things I want to do. I want to see the New York Giants play … I want to see my Tennessee Vols. I want to do a lot of things I haven’t been able to do in 22 years.”
Rumors about Manning potentially working with the Tennessee Vols team as well as the Tennessee Titans have made their rounds, but nothing has been confirmed. For now, it looks like Manning has no intention of coming out of retirement, or even being involved with football at this point.
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