Peyton Manning gets emotional while giving his retirement announcement at the UCHealth Training Center on Monday morning (March 7) in Englewood, Col.
The 39-year-old football player announced his retirement from the NFL after 18 years as a quarterback. During the speech, he said some touching things about his wife Ashley Manning and their kids.
“There is no way to measure or properly express what a family like mine can mean,” Peyton said. “Ashley, your support is as potent a motivator as any man can have.”
“Ashley and mine’s kids Marshall and Mosley have only been around a couple years, but they have changed my life forever,” he added. “A week before the Super Bowl, our daughter Mosley asked me, ‘Daddy, is this the last game?’ Yes, Mosley it’s the last game of the season.”
“‘I sure want you to win that trophy,’” his daughter added. He responded, “I do too Mosley, and that’s what we’re going to try to do. Then she asked, ‘Daddy, is this the last game ever?’ And that’s just when I shook my head in amazement.”
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