Tuesday is Peyton Manning’s birthday, but his fans are the ones in for a treat, thanks to ESPN.
The Hall of Fame QB is turning 44 years old tomorrow. In celebration of his birthday and legendary football career, ESPN is putting together a special gift.
ESPN will air a Manning marathon on Tuesday evening for his 44th birthday. The marathon will span over five hours, beginning at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN2.
Some of the marathon segments that will be featured include Peyton’s Places, SEC Storied: The Book of Manning and several of Manning’s Super Bowl highlights. A full breakdown of the marathon and the featured segments can be found below:
Tuesday, ESPN2 celebrates Peyton Manning's birthday with a five-hour marathon
🏈 Peyton's Places Vol. 1-5
🏈 SEC Storied: The Book of Manning
🏈 #NFL highlight specials
🏈 Every episode of Peyton's Places available exclusively on ESPN+
— ESPN PR (@ESPNPR) March 23, 2020
Manning spent 18 years in the NFL, playing in 17 of those seasons. He was with the Indianapolis Colts for 13 of those years and the remaining five years with the Denver Broncos.
The 6-foot-5 passer won two Supers Bowls during his career. The first came with the Colts back in 2006 against the Chicago Bears. The second Super Bowl win came with the Broncos in his final season of his NFL career. Manning also holds multiple NFL records, including the most MVP awards and career passing yards.
For those wanting to relive Manning’s best years, ESPN’s Tuesday night marathon will be must-watch television.