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Peyton Manning now a finalist for possible Hall of Fame enshrinement

An iconic quarterback from the Indianapolis Colts is now a finalist for the Hall Of Fame.

In a surprise to no one, Peyton Manning is one of the 15 modern-era finalists for the Hall’s Class of 2021.

Manning, a five-time NFL MVP was announced Tuesday evening as a finalist in his first time on the Hall of Fame ballot. It’s widely believed that Manning, who left the Colts for Denver during his 18-year career and Super Bowl rings with both teams, is a shoe-in for enshrinement.

He rewrote most of the record books during his career. The Class will be announced during Super Bowl Week in Tampa, Florida next month.

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