Broncos players weigh in on Peyton Manning's retirement

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning's teammates are weighing in on Manning's decision to retire.

Linebacker Brandon Marshall was the first on Twitter to retweet the news.

Then running back CJ Anderson tweeted:

Running back Kapri Bibbs said Manning entered the league when Bibbs was five years old, then tweeted:

Safety Darian Stewart:

Outside linebacker Von Miller said thank you on Instagram.

Guard Evan Mathis tweeted about Manning simply saying, "Peyton F------ Manning."

Former Broncos players are also on social media talking about manning.

Former Broncos wide receiver Ed McCaffrey:

Former Broncos guard Mitch Unrein: 


Yes I kept the ball! Thanks again Peyton. Chicken Parm you taste so Good!

A photo posted by Mitchell Unrein (@mrunrein96) on

Wide Receiver Jordan Wood also took to Instagram, posting a photo of Manning and him interacting on the field. 


Honored to have played and got a ring with the GOAT!! Blessings to you P!

A photo posted by Jordan Norwood (@jordanorwood) on

Safety David Bruton Jr. said, "Honor and a privilege to not only play along side of #PeytonManning, but to also lead the team with him."

Wide Receiver Bennie Fowler tweeted with a shoutout to the Sheriff:

Executive Vice President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway: 

Cornerback Keyvon Webster said he was thankful to have been around the Sheriff during his first years in the league.


Thankful to have been around The Sheriff my first few years in league ! LEGEND Blessings #greattimes #BroncosUp

A photo posted by Kayvon Webster (@kw3bb6) on

Safety Omar C. Bolden said it was an honor and a privilege to get to know Peyton. 

Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. congratulated Manning on his retirement.  


Congrats To PM on retiring . PM was the ultimate Team player and Great friend glad to see him go out on top .

A photo posted by Chris Harris Jr (@chrisharrisjr) on

Linebacker Corey Nelson: 

Wide Receiver Cody Latimer:

Linebacker Todd Davis:

Offensive Tackle Tyler Polumbus:

Nose tackle Sylvester Williams said he was "blessed" to have played alongside Peyton:

Linebacker Danny Trevathan:

Outside linebacker Von Miller said Manning "showed us what greatness looks like!"


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