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Peyton Manning
QB #18
Height:
6-5
Weight:
230
Age:
39
College:
Tennessee
Experience:
18

Quick Stats (2014):

TDS
39
INT
15
YDS
4,727
RTG
101.5
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesPassingRushingFumbles
GGSCompAttYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
TOTAL 5,927 9,049 69,691 7.7 530 234 287 1,858 97.5 425 673 1.6 18 74 28
2014 DEN 16 16 395 597 4,727 7.9 39 15 17 118 101.5 24 -24 -1 0 5 2
2013 DEN 16 16 450 659 5,477 8.3 55 10 18 120 115.1 32 -31 -1 1 10 6
2012 DEN 16 16 400 583 4,659 8 37 11 21 137 105.8 23 6 0.3 0 2 2
2011 IND 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2010 IND 16 16 450 679 4,700 6.9 33 17 16 91 91.9 18 18 1 0 3 1
2009 IND 16 16 393 571 4,500 7.9 33 16 10 74 99.9 19 -13 -0.7 0 2 0
2008 IND 16 16 371 555 4,002 7.2 27 12 14 86 95 20 21 1.1 1 1 0
2007 IND 16 16 337 515 4,040 7.8 31 14 21 124 98 20 -5 -0.3 3 6 1
2006 IND 16 16 362 557 4,397 7.9 31 9 14 86 101 23 36 1.6 4 2 1
2005 IND 16 16 305 453 3,747 8.3 28 10 17 81 104.1 33 45 1.4 0 5 2
2004 IND 16 16 336 497 4,557 9.2 49 10 13 101 121.1 25 38 1.5 0 5 1
2003 IND 16 16 379 566 4,267 7.5 29 10 18 107 99 28 26 0.9 0 6 1
2002 IND 16 16 392 591 4,200 7.1 27 19 23 145 88.8 38 148 3.9 2 6 2
2001 IND 16 16 343 547 4,131 7.6 26 23 29 232 84.1 35 157 4.5 4 7 3
2000 IND 16 16 357 571 4,413 7.7 33 15 20 131 94.7 37 116 3.1 1 5 2
1999 IND 16 16 331 533 4,135 7.8 26 15 14 116 90.7 35 73 2.1 2 6 3
1998 IND 16 16 326 575 3,739 6.5 26 28 22 109 71.2 15 62 4.1 0 3 1
Recent Games
WKOppResultPassingRushingFumbles
CompAttPctYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
1 IND W 31-24 22 36 61.1 269 7.5 3 0 1 10 111.9 4 -3 -0.8 0 -- --
2 KC W 24-17 21 26 80.8 242 9.3 3 0 1 5 143.9 1 -1 -1 0 -- --
3 @SEA L 20-26 31 49 63.3 303 6.2 2 1 1 7 85.7 1 -1 -1 0 -- --
5 ARI W 41-20 31 47 66 479 10.2 4 2 1 3 110.2 2 -2 -1 0 -- --
6 @NYJ W 31-17 22 33 66.7 237 7.2 3 0 2 16 117.9 1 0 -- 0 1 0
7 SF W 42-17 22 26 84.6 318 12.2 4 0 2 14 157.2 1 -1 -1 0 -- --
8 SD W 35-21 25 35 71.4 286 8.2 3 0 0 0 124.2 1 0 -- 0 1 0
9 @NE L 21-43 34 57 59.6 438 7.7 2 2 1 9 80.9 2 3 1.5 0 -- --
10 @OAK W 41-17 31 44 70.5 340 7.7 5 2 0 0 111.9 -- -- -- -- -- --
11 @STL L 7-22 34 54 63 389 7.2 1 2 2 20 75.3 1 -1 -1 0 -- --
12 MIA W 39-36 28 35 80 257 7.3 4 0 1 8 135.4 2 -2 -1 0 -- --
13 @KC W 29-16 17 34 50 179 5.3 2 0 1 5 85.3 2 -6 -3 0 1 1
14 BUF W 24-17 14 20 70 173 8.7 0 2 0 0 56.9 2 -2 -1 0 -- --
15 @SD W 22-10 14 20 70 233 11.7 1 0 1 7 125.6 3 -3 -1 0 1 0
16 @CIN L 28-37 28 44 63.6 311 7.1 2 4 2 11 61.8 -- -- -- -- -- --
17 OAK W 47-14 21 37 56.8 273 7.4 0 0 1 3 80.1 1 -5 -5 0 1 1

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Bio

• An 18th-year quarterback and the NFL’s only five-time Most Valuable Player whose 14 Pro Bowl selections are tied for the most in league history.

• Enters the 2015 season as the active leader in every significant passing category, including attempts (9,049), completions (5,927), passing yards (69,691) and passing touchdowns (530).

• Led his teams to the postseason an NFL-record 14 times and is one of just three quarterbacks (Craig Morton & Kurt Warner) to pilot multiple teams to a Super Bowl (Indianapolis—2006, ‘09; Denver—2013).

• Owns 179 regular-season wins to represent the second-highest total by a quarterback in NFL history, trailing only Brett Favre (186).

• Joined Favre as the only quarterbacks in league annals to earn a victory against each of the 32 current NFL franchises.

• Orchestrated the most career game-winning drives in the fourth quarter or overtime (51) since the 1970 NFL merger.

• Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week on 27 occasions while being selected as AFC Offensive Player of the Month eight times—both NFL records.

• Posted at least 300 yards passing in 100 total games (91 reg. season, 9 postseason) and three or more touchdowns in 98 combined games (92 reg. season, 6 postseason), setting alltime NFL marks in both categories.

• Leads the NFL in wins (38), touchdown passes (131) and completion percentage (67.7) in his three seasons (2012-14) with the Broncos after spending the first 14 years (1998-2011) of his career with the Indianapolis Colts.

• Passed Favre for the most passing touchdowns in pro football history in 2014 and finished his 17th NFL season with 530 career passing scores.

• Recorded his 14th career 4,000-yard passing season in 2014 to represent the most in NFL history.

• Threw his 100th touchdown as a Bronco in his 35th game with the club (at Seattle, 9/21/14) to become the fastest player in NFL history to reach 100 touchdown passes with a team.

• Named MVP by the Associated Press for the fifth time in his career in 2013 and was recognized as Sports Illustrated’s Sportsman of the Year after setting league single-season records for passing yards (5,477) and touchdown passes (55) while directing the highest-scoring offense (606 pts.) in NFL history.

• Chosen as NFL Comeback Player of the Year by the Associated Press in 2012 and finished as the runner-up for MVP following his first season with the Broncos in which he led the team to its second consecutive AFC West title and the AFC’s No. 1 seed.

• Selected to the NFL’s All-Decade Team for the 2000s as chosen by the Pro Football Hall of Fame Selection Committee.

• Voted Super Bowl XLI MVP (2006 season) after leading the Colts to their first World Championship since 1970 in a 29-17 win over the Bears.

• Recognized for his community involvement by receiving the Byron “Whizzer” White Humanitarian Award (2004), the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award (2005) and the Bart Starr Award (2015).

• His jersey No. 18 is technically retired by Denver, but the late Broncos Ring of Fame quarterback Frank Tripucka gave Manning his blessing to wear the number in 2012.

• Started 45-of-48 games at the University of Tennessee and set 33 school records, eight Southeastern Conference marks and two NCAA standards.

• Led the Volunteers to an SEC Championship as a senior in 1997 and finished as the Heisman trophy runner-up and a consensus All-American.

• Joined the Broncos as an unrestricted free agent on March 20, 2012.

• Selected by Indianapolis in the first round (1st overall) of the 1998 NFL Draft.


• An 18th-year quarterback and the NFL’s only five-time Most Valuable Player whose 14 Pro Bowl selections are tied for the most in league history.

• Enters the 2015 season as the active leader in every significant passing category, including attempts (9,049), completions (5,927), passing yards (69,691) and passing touchdowns (530).

• Led his teams to the postseason an NFL-record 14 times and is one of just three quarterbacks (Craig Morton & Kurt Warner) to pilot multiple teams to a Super Bowl (Indianapolis—2006, ‘09; Denver—2013).

• Owns 179 regular-season wins to represent the second-highest total by a quarterback in NFL history, trailing only Brett Favre (186).

• Joined Favre as the only quarterbacks in league annals to earn a victory against each of the 32 current NFL franchises.

• Orchestrated the most career game-winning drives in the fourth quarter or overtime (51) since the 1970 NFL merger.

• Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week on 27 occasions while being selected as AFC Offensive Player of the Month eight times—both NFL records.

• Posted at least 300 yards passing in 100 total games (91 reg. season, 9 postseason) and three or more touchdowns in 98 combined games (92 reg. season, 6 postseason), setting alltime NFL marks in both categories.

• Leads the NFL in wins (38), touchdown passes (131) and completion percentage (67.7) in his three seasons (2012-14) with the Broncos after spending the first 14 years (1998-2011) of his career with the Indianapolis Colts.

• Passed Favre for the most passing touchdowns in pro football history in 2014 and finished his 17th NFL season with 530 career passing scores.

• Recorded his 14th career 4,000-yard passing season in 2014 to represent the most in NFL history.

• Threw his 100th touchdown as a Bronco in his 35th game with the club (at Seattle, 9/21/14) to become the fastest player in NFL history to reach 100 touchdown passes with a team.

• Named MVP by the Associated Press for the fifth time in his career in 2013 and was recognized as Sports Illustrated’s Sportsman of the Year after setting league single-season records for passing yards (5,477) and touchdown passes (55) while directing the highest-scoring offense (606 pts.) in NFL history.

• Chosen as NFL Comeback Player of the Year by the Associated Press in 2012 and finished as the runner-up for MVP following his first season with the Broncos in which he led the team to its second consecutive AFC West title and the AFC’s No. 1 seed.

• Selected to the NFL’s All-Decade Team for the 2000s as chosen by the Pro Football Hall of Fame Selection Committee.

• Voted Super Bowl XLI MVP (2006 season) after leading the Colts to their first World Championship since 1970 in a 29-17 win over the Bears.

• Recognized for his community involvement by receiving the Byron “Whizzer” White Humanitarian Award (2004), the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award (2005) and the Bart Starr Award (2015).

• His jersey No. 18 is technically retired by Denver, but the late Broncos Ring of Fame quarterback Frank Tripucka gave Manning his blessing to wear the number in 2012.

• Started 45-of-48 games at the University of Tennessee and set 33 school records, eight Southeastern Conference marks and two NCAA standards.

• Led the Volunteers to an SEC Championship as a senior in 1997 and finished as the Heisman trophy runner-up and a consensus All-American.

• Joined the Broncos as an unrestricted free agent on March 20, 2012.

• Selected by Indianapolis in the first round (1st overall) of the 1998 NFL Draft.


CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Indianapolis as a draft choice 7/29/98; Released by Indianapolis 3/7/12; Signed by Denver 3/20/12.

2014: Manning started all 16 regular-season games, earning his NFL record-tying 14th Pro Bowl selection after completing 395-of-597 passes (66.2%) for 4,727 yards with 39 touchdowns and 15 interceptions (101.5 rtg.)... Surpassed 4,000 passing yards on the season for the 14th time in his career to extend his NFL record in that category... Earned a win against his former team of 14 seasons vs. Ind. (9/7) to join Brett Favre as the only quarterbacks in NFL history to earn a win against each of the current 32 franchises... Became the fastest player in NFL history to record 100 touchdowns with a team (35th career game) with his 26-yard TD pass to tight end Jacob Tamme at Sea. (9/21)... Recorded a career-high 479 passing yards in Denver’s 41-20 win vs. Ari. (10/5) and threw his 500th career touchdown pass... Passed Favre on the NFL’s all-time list with his 509th career passing touchdown in the first half vs. S.F. (10/19)... Became just the eighth player since 1943 to hold the NFL passing touchdown record, doing so in his 246th career regular-season game (8,659th career attempt)... Posted his ninth career five-touchdown game at Oak. (11/9) and set the NFL record for most consecutive games with multiple touchdown passes (15)... Capped his NFL-record 51st game-winning drive in the fourth quarter or overtime with his 2-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Wes Welker with 3:13 remaining vs. Mia. (11/23)... Did not throw a touchdown pass vs. Buf. (12/7), ending his streak of games with at least one passing score at 51—the third-longest streak all-time... Completed 26-of-46 passes for 211 yards with one touchdown in Denver’s AFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. Ind. (1/11).

2013: Manning started all 16 games for the Broncos, earning his NFL-record fifth MVP Award, 13th Pro Bowl selection and seventh first-team All-Pro honor after setting league single-season records for touchdown passes (55) and passing yards (5,477)... Directed the highest-scoring offense (606 pts.) in NFL history while completing 450-of-659 passes (63.3%) for 5,466 yards with 55 touchdowns and 10 interceptions (115.1 rtg.)... Opened all three postseason games for Denver and completed 91-of-128 passes (71.1%) for 910 appearance in 15 years to join Craig Morton and Kurt Warner as the third quarterback in NFL history to win conference championship with multiple teams... Named AFC Offensive Player of the months for September and December... Tied an NFL record with seven touchdown passes in Denver’s season-opening win vs. Bal. (9/5) while totaling 462 passing yards—the second highest mark of his career... Set a Broncos franchise record with an 86.5% completion percentage (32-of-37) on Monday Night Football vs. Oak. (9/23)... Turned in his 24th career four-touchdown game vs. Phi. (9/29) to set a league record... Passed Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino for second place on the NFL’s all-time passing yardage list after throwing for 414 yards and four touchdowns in a come-from-behind 51-48 win at Dal. (10/6)... Completed 29-of-49 passes for 386 yards with three touchdowns and one interception at Ind. (10/20) in his first career game against his former team... Engineered his 50th career game-winning drive in the fourth quarter or overtime, extending his NFL record in that category, vs. Was. (10/27)... Broke his own Broncos single-season touchdown record after throwing for 403 yards with five touchdowns at K.C. (12/1)... Set franchise records with 39 completions and 59 attempts while throwing for 397 yards and four touchdowns vs. Ten. (12/8) with a frigid temperature of 18 degrees at kickoff... Threw for 400 yards and four touchdowns at Hou. (12/22) to set a new NFL single-season passing touchdown mark... Completed 25-of-28 passes for 266 yards with four touchdowns (145.8 rtg.) at Oak. (12/29) for the second-highest single-game completion percentage (89.3) in league history while finishing the regular season with NFL records in passing yards (5,477) and touchdowns (55)... Completed 25-of-36 passes for 230 yards and two touchdowns with one interception in Denver’s Divisional Round win vs. S.D. (1/12)... Earned his third career Super Bowl trip after completing 32-of-43 passes for 400 yards with two touchdowns in the AFC Championship Game vs. N.E. (1/19)... Set a Super Bowl record with a career postseason-best 34 completions in Super Bowl XLVIII vs. Sea. (2/2).

2012: Manning started all 16 games in his first season as a Bronco and set franchise single-season records in nearly every major passing category, including completions (400), completion percentage (68.6), passing yards (4,659), touchdown passes (37) and quarterback rating (105.8)... Earned NFL Comeback Player of the Year and first-team All-Pro accolades from the Associated Press in addition to finishing as runner-up for league MVP... Selected to his 12th career Pro Bowl to set an NFL record for quarterbacks... Became the third (and fastest) player to 400 career touchdowns with his 71-yard scoring pass to wide receiver Demaryius Thomas in Denver’s season-opening 31-19 win vs. Pit. (9/9)... Passed John Elway for third place in all-time pass attempts at Atl. (9/17)... Threw for 330 yards vs. Hou. (9/23) to mark his 64th career 300-yard game, setting an NFL record... Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors as he led the Broncos back from a 24-point deficit to defeat the Chargers, throwing for 309 yards on 24-of-30 passing with three touchdowns and one interception at S.D. (10/15)... Became the second quarterback (Steve Young, 1998) to throw for 300 yards with three touchdowns in four consecutive games after completing 22-of-30 passes for 305 yards with three touchdowns vs. N.O. (10/28)... Led his 48th career game-winning drive in the fourth quarter or overtime to set an NFL record in Denver’s 31-23 win at Cin. (11/4)... Moved into second place all time with his 149th win and secured his 14th season with at least 25 touchdown passes after throwing for two scores at K.C. (11/25)... Passed Marino for second all-time in completions and became the Broncos single-season franchise leader with his 28th touchdown pass of the season vs. T.B. (12/2)... Completed his 5,000th career pass, finishing 26-of-36 for 310 yards with one touchdown and one interception at Oak. (12/6)... Became the first quarterback in the Super Bowl era to achieve nine 11-win seasons with Denver’s 34-17 victory at Bal. (12/16)... Tied Brett Favre with his 72nd game with three-or-more passing touchdowns vs. Cle. (12/23)... Threw three touchdowns in Denver’s AFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. Bal. (1/12) to tie Dan Marino for the fourth-most passing touchdowns (32) in playoff annals.

2011: Manning was inactive for all 16 regular-season games with Indianapolis (neck injury), ending his NFL-record streak of 208 consecutive starts to begin his career.

2010: Manning opened all 16 games for the 13th consecutive season and totaled Colts franchise marks and career highs in attempts (679), completions (450) and passing yards (4,700) while adding 33 touchdowns and 17 interceptions (91.9 rtg.)... Selected to his 11th career Pro Bowl to tie Brett Favre for the NFL record by a quarterback... Led the NFL in both completions and attempts... Set career bests in attempts (57) and completions (40) in the Colts’ season opener at Hou. (9/12)... Opened the season with a career-best three consecutive games with at least three touchdowns and no interceptions... Completed 25-of-35 passes (71.4%) for 319 yards with two touchdowns (118.6 rtg.) at Ten. (12/9) to earn AFC Player of the Week honors... Connected on 18-of-26 passes (69.2%) for 225 yards with one touchdown (108.7 rtg.) in Indianapolis’ Wild Card Playoff Game vs. NYJ (1/8).

2009: Manning won his second consecutive NFL Most Valuable Player award and NFL-record fourth MVP honor overall after opening all 16 games and completing 393-of-571 passes (68.8%) for 4,500 yards with 33 touchdowns and 16 interceptions (99.9 rtg.)... Earned his 10th career Pro Bowl selection and was named first-team All-Pro by the Associated Press for the fifth time... Became the first quarterback in NFL history to throw for 40,000 yards in a decade... Opened three postseason contests and completed 87-of-128 passes (68.0%) for 956 yards with six touchdowns and two interceptions (99.0 rtg.) while leading the Colts to their second Super Bowl in four seasons... Named AFC Offensive Player of the Month for September after passing for 983 yards and seven touchdowns while posting a 117.7 rating.

2008: Manning opened all 16 games and was named NFL Most Valuable Player for the third time after completing 371-of-555 passes (66.8%) for 4,002 yards with 27 touchdowns and 12 interceptions (95.0 rtg.) in the regular season... Named to his ninth career Pro Bowl and earned first-team All-Pro accolades from the Associated Press... Selected as AFC Offensive Player of the Week after completing 19-of-28 passes (67.9%) for 271 yards and three touchdowns (134.7 rtg.) in a win vs. Bal. (10/12)... Started Indianapolis’ AFC Wild Card Game at S.D. (1/3) and completed 25-of-42 passes (59.5%) for 310 yards with one touchdown (90.4 rtg.).

2007: Manning started all 16 games and was named to the eighth Pro Bowl of his career after completing 337-of-515 passes (65.4%) for 4,040 yards with 31 touchdowns and 14 interceptions (98.0 rtg.)... Had a personal-best streak of 190 passes without an interception snapped at Ten. (9/16)... Connected on 20-of- 29 passes (69.0%) for 288 yards with four touchdowns and one interception (126.1 rtg.) vs. Jac. (12/2) to earn AFC Player of the Week honors... Opened the Colts’ AFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. S.D. (1/13) and completed 33-of-48 passes (68.8%) for 402 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions (97.7 rtg.).

2006: Manning played all 16 regular-season games during Indianapolis’ Super Bowl-winning season, completing 362-of-557 passes (65.0%) for 4,397 yards with 31 touchdowns and a career-low nine interceptions (101.0 rtg.)... Tied a career high with four rushing touchdowns and was named to his seventh Pro Bowl... Completed 97-of-153 passes (63.4%) for 1,034 yards with three touchdowns and seven interceptions (70.5 rtg.) in four postseason contests... Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors after his performances vs. Hou. (9/17), vs. Was. (10/22), vs. Cin. (12/18) and vs. Mia. (12/31)... Named Offensive Player of the Month for October... Directed the Colts to 32 second-half points in the AFC Championship Game vs. N.E. (1/21) to give Indianapolis a 38-34 come-from-behind win against the Patriots... Completed 25-of-38 passes (65.8%) for 247 yards with one touchdown and one interception (81.8 rtg.) in Indianapolis’ 29-17 win in Super Bowl XLI vs. Chi. (2/4) to become the first Colts player to earn Super Bowl MVP honors.

2005: Manning was named to his sixth career Pro Bowl and earned first-team All-Pro honors from the Associated Press for the third consecutive season after starting all 16 games and completing 305-of-453 passes (67.3%) for 3,747 yards with 28 touchdowns and 10 interceptions (104.1 rtg.)... Named AFC Player of the Week after connecting on 28-of-37 passes (75.7%) for 321 yards with three touchdowns and one interception (117.1 rtg.) at N.E. (11/7)... Opened the Colts’ AFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. Pit. (1/15) and completed 22-of-38 passes (57.9%) for 290 yards with one touchdown (90.9 rtg.)... Named the 2005 Walter Payton Man of the Year.

2004: Manning earned NFL MVP honors and Associated Press first-team All-Pro accolades for the second consecutive season, opening all 16 contests and completing 336-of-497 passes (67.6%) for 4,557 yards with 49 touchdowns and just 10 interceptions... Set NFL records for single-season touchdowns (49) and quarterback rating (121.1)... Started two playoff games and completed 54-of-75 passes (72.0%) for 696 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions (107.4 rtg.)... Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week on four occasions, including a six-touchdown performance at Det. (11/25) that also marked an NFL record with his fifth consecutive game with four scoring passes... Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Month honors for November... Totaled the second-highest passing total in NFL postseason history in the Colt’s AFC Wild Card Game vs. Den. (1/9) after completing 27-of-33 passes (81.8%) for 458 yards with four touchdowns and one interception (145.7 rtg.).

2003: Manning received his first NFL Most Valuable Player honor in addition to being named first-team All-Pro by the Associated Press after starting all 16 regular-season games and completing 379-of-566 passes (67.0%) for 4,267 yards with 29 touchdowns and 10 interceptions... Earned Pro Bowl recognition for the fourth time in his career... Began the season by tossing a career-high six touchdown passes in the opener at N.O. (9/28) and earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week accolades for his effort... Named AFC Offensive Player of the Month for September... Completed 25-of-30 passes (83.3%) for 290 yards and five touchdowns vs. Atl. (12/14) to earn his second conference player of the week honor... Connected on 22-of-26 passes (84.6%) for 377 yards with five touchdowns and his fourth-career perfect passer rating (158.3) in the Colts’ AFC Wild Card Game vs. Den. (1/4).

2002: Manning earned his third career Pro Bowl selection, completing 392-of-591 passes (66.3%) for 4,200 yards with 27 touchdowns and 19 interceptions (88.8 rtg.) in 16 starts during the regular season... Opened Indianapolis’ AFC Wild Card Game at NYJ (1/4) and completed 14-of-31 passes (45.2%) for 137 yards with two interceptions (31.3 rtg.).

2001: Manning started all 16 games and connected on 343-of-547 passes (62.7%) for 4,131 yards with 26 touchdowns and 23 interceptions... Led the AFC and ranked second in the NFL with his 4,131 passing yards... Added four rushing touchdowns, including a career-long 33-yard scoring run at Buf. (11/4).

2000: Manning earned his second career Pro Bowl selection and was named second-team All-Pro by the Associated Press after starting all 16 regular-season games and completing 357-of-571 passes (62.5%) for 4,413 yards with 33 touchdowns and 15 interceptions... Ranked first in the NFL in completions and passing yards while tying for the league lead in touchdowns... Joined wide receiver Marvin Harrison and running back Edgerrin James as the first NFL triumvirate to post 4,000-1,000-1,000 numbers in consecutive seasons.

1999: Manning earned his first career Pro Bowl honor and was named second-team All-Pro by the Associated Press and AFC Offensive Player of the Year after starting all 16 regular-season games and completing 331-of-533 passes (62.1%) for 4,135 yards with 26 touchdowns and 15 interceptions (90.7 rtg.)... Helped the Colts post a 10-game win improvement from the previous year to mark the best one-season turnaround in NFL history... Completed 19-of-42 passes (45.2%) for 227 yards (60.9 rtg.) in the Colts’ AFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. Ten. (1/16).

1998: Selected by Indianapolis with the No. 1 overall pick of the 1998 NFL Draft, Manning started all 16 games and set Colts and NFL rookie records for completions (326), attempts (575), yards (3,739) and touchdowns (26)... Passed for at least one touchdown in 15-of-16 games... Named to the PFW/PFWA All-Rookie First Team... Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors after completing 26-of-44 passes (59.1%) for 276 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions (81.2 rtg.) vs. NYJ (11/15).

COLLEGE: Manning was a four-year starter at the University of Tennessee, where he left college with 33 school records, eight Southeastern Conference marks and two NCAA standards... Ended his career with the most wins in SEC history (39-6), including a 26-4 mark as a starter in conference games... Ranked third in NCAA history with 11,201 passing yards and fourth in Division-I annals with 89 touchdowns... Named a consensus All-American and was the Heisman Trophy runner-up as a senior in 1997 after leading the Volunteers to an SEC Championship... Named MVP of the SEC Championship Game after completing 25-of-43 passes (58.1%) for 373 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions in a 30-29 win over Auburn University... Won the Maxwell Award for college football’s player of the year and the Davey O’Brien Award for the nation’s top quarterback... Named to the AFCA Good Works Team for community service... Led Tennessee to a 10-2 record and was the MVP of the Volunteers’ 48-28 Citrus Bowl win over Northwestern University... Went 11-1 as a sophomore, including a 20-14 Citrus Bowl win against Ohio State University... Named SEC Freshman of the Year in 1994 after starting 8-of-11 games.

PERSONAL: Manning attended Isidore Newman High School in New Orleans, where he helped the team to a 34-5 record in three seasons as a starter... Named Gatorade Circle of Champions National Player of the Year and Columbus (Ohio) Touchdown Club National Offensive Player of the Year as a senior... Recognized for his community involvement by receiving the Byron “Whizzer” White Humanitarian Award (2004), the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award (2005) and the Bart Starr Award (2015)... Formed the PeyBack Foundation with his wife, Ashley, in 1999 to provide growth and leadership opportunities for disadvantaged youth in Colorado, Indiana, Louisiana and Tennessee... The PeyBack Foundation has provided more than $10 million of impact to at risk youth through its grants and programs since its inception... Distributed $1 million in grants to youth based organizations in 2014... Continues to maintain a strong relationship with St. Vincent’s Children’s Hospital (Indianapolis), which in 2007 was renamed the “Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent”... Serves as a member of the American Red Cross National Celebrity Cabinet and The Pat Summitt Foundation... Started the Peyton Manning Scholarship program at Tennessee that has honored 25 incoming college students in the last 18 years on the basis of academic achievement, leadership and community service... Manning and Ashley, have 4-year-old twins, a boy and a girl, Marshall Williams and Mosley Thompson… Peyton Williams Manning was born on March 24, 1976, in New Orleans.

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