Peyton Manning 'would like to be back in football,' says father Archie
Peyton Manning has not ruled out the possibility of working in the NFL again someday, according to his father Archie.
After spending nearly two decades as a quarterback in the NFL, Manning announced his retirement following the 2015 season after winning Super Bowl 50 with the Denver Broncos.
He also won a Super Bowl in 2007 with the Indianapolis Colts, with whom he spent 13 seasons.
Manning has reportedly been approached by front offices since his retirement but has not accepted an offer.
There was speculation the New York Jets would consider him for their general manager position during the offseason, and he was said to have been asked about becoming a part-owner of the Carolina Panthers last year.
Manning has also declined offers to be the lead analyst for Fox's Thursday Night Football and ESPN's Monday Night Football, claiming he was not ready to get in the broadcast booth.
"Peyton, somewhere along the line, would like to be back in football - in ownership or front office or something," Archie Manning told the Indianapolis Star.
"Right now, he's doing a lot of different things and really enjoying doing a lot of different things."