According to a tweet by ESPN’s Chris Mortenson, future Hall of Fame QB Peyton Manning will address media, fans and teammates to announce his retirement tomorrow in Denver.
“The Sheriff” is ending his career on an ultimate high note after leading the Broncos to a Super Bowl Championship despite an uncharacteristically sloppy and injury-plagued season at the helm. With a couple of games left in the regular season, that Manning would regain the starting job from Brock Osweiler and lead the Broncos through the playoffs seemed highly unlikely. Head coach Gary Kubiak made the call based on a gut decision during the final week of the season, and the rest is history.
It was appropriate that Manning visited Disney World after winning the Super Bowl. The end of his career was more Disney movie than NFL reality.
Over his career, Manning amassed two Super Bowl Championships, five NFL MVP Awards, 14 Pro Bowl appearances and he finished as the NFL record holder for career passing TDs  and yards [71,940].