The Denver Broncos are looking to get back to the Super Bowl again this year and for the next few years as this little thing they have going on at the moment is one of the most exciting aspects of football today. Peyton Manning is there leading it all as well, but there have been questions about just how long he’ll be int he saddle for the Broncos and when he’ll ride off into the sunset and end his Hall of Fame career.
He’s under contract for the next few seasons but that hasn’t stopped players from retiring before their deals are up and Broncos fans are wondering when Manning will hang it up and call it a career.
According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, Manning doesn’t intend on retiring before his current contract with the Denver Broncos is up which means we can expect him in the NFL until at least 2016.
This is great news for Broncos fans who don’t want to see these Mile High times end anytime soon. We know for a fact that Manning had at least another year in him as the Broncos went out and spent big on defensive free agents to make sure a huge Super Bowl blowout doesn’t happen again.
Manning is the key cog in this whole championship equation as you take him out of things and the Broncos are no better than the Chiefs, Steelers and even the Ravens. But with Manning, the Broncos are proverbial favorites to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl and that’s looking like it will be the case for at least the next few seasons.