Retirement Not On Peyton Manning’s Radar

June 20, 2014 6:35 PM

Retirement Not On Peyton Manning’s Radar
" ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Peyton Manning flew to New York this spring to pay his respects to Derek Jeter and David Letterman, two much-admired superstars in the middle of their long goodbyes.

“I’m sad to see some of these guys retiring,” the Broncos quarterback said at the time. “I’m not far behind.”

Yet retirement really isn’t on Manning’s radar as he prepares for his 17th NFL season, his third in Denver. Coming off the best two-year stretch of his career, Manning is keeping tacklers, tedium and time itself at bay.

At 38, Manning said he’ll keep playing as long as he’s still productive and loves the game.

That passion and productivity were on full display last season when he won his fifth MVP award and set single-season records by passing for 55 touchdowns and more than 5,500 yards.

There are no signs of his affection or efficiency ebbing anytime soon, either.

“You see it in how he prepares every day,” center Manny Ramirez said "

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