Former Indianapolis Colts Quarterback and current Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning will call his NLF career quits today. The Broncos say the two-time Super Bowl winner will announce his retirement at a news conference this afternoon, scheduled at 1 p.m. Eastern. There was speculation the future Hall of Fame quarterback would retire after helping the Broncos win Super Bowl 50 last month. Here, in Indy, Manning’s former boss reacts. Colts owner Jim Irsay says Manning is the “quintessential individual.” In a statement, Irsay added that Manning is everything you look for in a football player and an individual.
Indiana Pacers point guard George Hill is asking for help with finding his missing dogs. He posted a picture of Broodie and Bailey (seen above) to Instagram on Saturday. Hill says they’ve been missing for a couple of months and believes they were taken to a shelter. He’s offering a reward for their return. Follow the saga of his missing pooches on his Instagram page.
In the meantime, the Hill and the Pacers are in action tonight. The Pacers host the San Antonio Spurs tonight at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The ‘Blue ‘n Gold’ earned a one-point win over the Wizards on Saturday in DC. The Pacers record heading into tonight’s match-up sits at 33-and-30, which is good for seventh in the Eastern Conference. The Spurs are 53-and-9. Tip is at 7 p.m. Eastern.
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