Following Super Bowl Win, Peyton Manning Gets UNEXPECTED Letter From ‘Fan’

There was probably no one more excited about Peyton Manning’s Super Bowl win than Peyton Manning, and why wouldn’t he be? It’s rumored he’s going to retire, and what better way to go out than to go out on top? Following the big win, he received a very ‘special’ letter from someone he least expected, and the story is now going viral.

While he was just a boy, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, a devout Christian who openly displays his love of Christ, attended a football camp where Peyton “The Sheriff” Manning was coaching, and Wilson never forgot what happened. In a touching letter to the legendary quarterback, Wilson expressed his heartfelt gratitude to Manning for inspiring him to become the player that he is today.

Following Super Bowl Win, Peyton Manning Gets UNEXPECTED Letter From ‘Fan’

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Wilson posted his letter to the Player’s Tribune, and it’s been receiving a ton of attention from football fans across the country. Below is what he said:

“From all the wins, to the few tough losses. From the 71,000 yards, to all the touchdowns, to the few interceptions.


From all the meetings, to all the hard practices, to all the film, to all the blood, sweat and tears.

From all the Pro Bowls, to the handful of MVPs, to the two Lombardi trophies. From all the teammates, to all the opponents, to all the fans.

From the blue and white, to the blue and orange …

Following Super Bowl Win, Peyton Manning Gets UNEXPECTED Letter From ‘Fan’

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10th grade. Louisiana. At your quarterback camp.

You inspired the kid in the green shirt.

You inspired me to work hard. To be disciplined. To be respectful. To take notes.

You inspired me to love the process. To love the sweat. To love the tears.

But most of all …

You inspired me to love the game.

Thanks, Peyton.

If this is it,


The letter to Manning comes amid rumors he’s going to retire this year, which would end his record shattering career as one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play the game. Although Manning has said that he’s going to follow his coach’s advice when it comes to deciding whether or not to leave the sport for good. Either way, there’s no doubt he’s made a positive impression on fans and players alike, and his contribution to the sport will never be forgotten.

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God Bless.


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