ESPN has finally landed Peyton Manning, but not for what you might think.
On Monday, the National Football League announced that they are partnering with ESPN to produce a series with 30 episodes where former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning visits some sacred places and visit with legends, per a report from the Chicago Tribune.
“And lastly, the league, in conjunction with ESPN, will air a 30-episode show called “Peyton’s Places” with Peyton Manning traveling the country to visit some of the game’s most special places and speak with some of the league’s most special people historically.”
The show will coincide with the 100th anniversary of the NFL, which is coming up next year.
Hopefully, the former Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos quarterback can give the fans what they really want, which is him agreeing to get into broadcasting for years to come.