Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will announce his retirement from the NFL on Monday, according to multiple sports news sources.
Manning entered the NFL as a first round draft pick for the Indianapolis Colts in 1998. He would stay with that team until a severe neck injury sidelined him in 2011.
Manning then went to the Denver Broncos, where he led that team to two Super Bowl appearances within a 3 year span–including a win in Super Bowl 50 last month over Carolina.
Upon his retirement, Manning will have played nearly 20 years in the NFL. During that period, he played in 4 Super Bowls, notching two victories.