Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was live on ABC’s “Good Morning America” Monday just hours after defeating the Carolina Panthers 24-10 in Super Bowl 50, and he was still riding high on adrenaline.
When asked if he had gotten any sleep yet, Manning replied, “No, ma’am.”
“I’m not tired. There’s definitely a lot of adrenaline after winning a game like that. It’s been a unique season,” the oldest QB to ever win a Super Bowl said. “To cap it off with that special victory here tonight against a really good football team, it’s easy to stay up and not be tired.”
Manning, who was allegedly wrapping up a Budweiser-fueled all-nighter, wouldn’t say if he’s going to retire after winning the big game.
“I got some good advice from my old coach Tony Dungy. He told me just to take some time after this game and not make an emotional decision,” Manning said adding that he would pray about the decision and talk with his wife, Ashley.
“I’m very much at peace right now and I think, however it works out, it’ll work out the way it’s supposed to,” Manning said. “I’m very grateful for this opportunity and to be playing with a group of special guys.”
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