Don’t expect to see Peyton Manning giving color commentary during football games anytime soon.
The retired quarterback has reportedly turned down broadcasting offers from the NFL’s TV networks. There were multiple rumors that Manning wanted to start his post-football career in the television booth, but the Tennessee Vols legend has reportedly decided to keep his retirement options open.
Manning retired shortly after helping the Denver Broncos win Super Bowl XL against the Carolina Panthers. It was the second title of Manning’s career, one that was already one of the greatest in NFL history before the championship ending.
Unfortunately for fans, Manning won’t be dispensing his knowledge for TV audiences this season.