Manning waves to spectators following the AFC Championship game, in Denver.
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Peyton Manning has confirmed his retirement from the National Football League, the Denver Broncos said Sunday, bringing the curtain down on a glittering 18-year career just weeks after becoming the oldest quarterback to win the Super Bowl.However Manning, who has passed for more yards than any other quarterback in history, has informed the Broncos he is to retire and will formally announce the decision at a press conference Monday.Manning broke nearly every Broncos single-season passing record in his first season to earn NFL Comeback Player of the Year honors and finished as runner-up for MVP of the season.However Manning was recalled to the Broncos starting lineup for the playoffs and successfully led his team to a dramatic win over the heavily favored Panthers at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara last month.
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