Fans of the NFL are certainly well aware of who Peyton Manning is as undoubtedly one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. He played 14 seasons with the Indianapolis Colts and four with the Denver Broncos. His playing days are over, but he still watches the game.
Manning certainly has a huge weekend ahead of him as he will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame for all his contributions to the sport.
It was previously announced that NFL legend Tom Brady will be attending Peyton Manning’s Hall Of Fame induction ceremony. Brady and Manning have a lot of history together as they were former rivals for several years.
Tom Brady took to Twitter and gave a hilarious reason for attending the ceremony, as he stated that Brady wanted to make sure Manning is done for good as he can’t risk Manning coming back.
“I just need to make sure he’s really done. Can’t risk this guy coming back.”
Brady will sit in Manning’s section at the event with former teammates of Manning’s from the Indianapolis Colts. When Brady played for the New England Patriots, he competed against Manning and those former Colts players several times between 2001 and 2011.
There is no doubt that Peyton Manning more than deserves to be inducted into the Hall Of Fame and it will be a joyous occasion for fans and his peers alike, especially for Tom Brady.