41 years old (Born on March 24, 1976)
American college football player, professional football player, quarterback, Super Bowl champion; He is famous from Indianapolis Colts quarterback.Brother of New York Giants QB Eli Manning. Considered one of the smartest players in the NFL. Had four pairs of hightop black shoes made which he planned to wear in the 15 September 2002 game as a tribute to Johnny Unitas. But the NFL threatened to slap Manning with a $25,000 fine if he wore the shoes. Further, it declared only the Baltimore Ravens would have the sole right to honor Unitas with a patch or armband on their uniforms that Sunday. Chosen with the first pick of the 1998 NFL draft by the Indianapolis Colts. Led the Indianapolis Colts to their first NFL championship since the 1970 season, to beat the Chicago Bears 29-17 in Super Bowl XLI. Was named Super Bowl MVP. .
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Was in the audience, and was on video cheering when his brother Eli led The New York Giants to their Super Bowl XLII victory in 2008.
Wears #18, in part, as a tribute to his older brother Cooper, who wore the number in high school but had his career cut short by injuries.
Graduated from the University of Tennessee with a degree in speech communication in three years, but chose to return to Tennessee for a fourth year (and also to work on his master's degree).
Frequently calls audibles at the line (meaning that he'll change a play at the line if he sees that the play won't work against the defensive scheme he sees).
On September 10, 2006 Peyton and his younger brother Eli made NFL history because it was the first time in NFL History two brothers who play starting quarterback play against one other.
Broke the record by Dan Marino for most regular-season touchdown passes with 49 (27 December 2004).
Good friends with Country Music Super Star Kenny Chesney.
Son of former NFL quarterback Archie Manning.
NFL's co-MVP during the 2003 regular season, splitting the award with the Tennessee Titans' Steve McNair.
Hosted Saturday Night Live on March 24, 2007 on his 31st birthday.