Peyton Manning's record setting 51st touchdown football arrives at Pro Football Hall of Fame

DENVER - Three Peyton Manning artifacts arrived at the Pro Football Hall of Fame this week.

After Peyton Manning set the record for most touchdowns in a NFL season (51) last Sunday, the Denver Broncos sent the football Manning threw along with the jersey and cleats he was wearing to the Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.

"The jersey, shoes, and ball will be placed on exhibit inside the Hall’s Pro Football Today Gallery," according to the Hall of Fame's website.

Manning held the record of 49 touchdowns from 2004-2007 when the New England Patriot's Tom Brady broke it. Brady held the record at 50, until this week when Manning reclaimed it.

With one week left in the season, it's likely Manning will set the bar even higher.