Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning tied his brother, Eli, with two career championship wins after leading the team to victory in Super Bowl 50, and he’s now set to hang up his cleats for good.
Manning indicated he will hold a news conference on Monday to announce his retirement, via the team’s official website, and that he has informed the team of his decision.
And he’s going out on top. The 18-year veteran is the league’s all-time leader in passing yards and passing touchdowns, and spent four successful seasons with the Broncos.
He’ll be passing the torch to Brock Osweiler, but he had one last thing to do before doing so: Dabbing in the locker room.
DAB!! P 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/ERotqxX6Ng
— Brandon Marshall (@BMarshh54) March 6, 2016
Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers put dabbing on the map, and Manning and the Broncos defeated them in Super Bowl 50. Hitting that dance is a fitting way to go out.