Peyton Manning to Announce His Retirement From the NFL

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The football star is hanging up his helmet after an incredible 18-year career.

Peyton Manning's long, successful career in the National Football League is coming to an end.

The Super Bowl-winning quarterback has informed the Denver Broncos that he will be hanging up his helmet and retiring from the NFL, the team's official website revealed on Sunday.

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The team also took to Twitter to congratulate the 39-year-old five-time MVP on his "magnificent 18-year NFL career!"

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Peyton is leaving the field with some pretty impressive stats under his belt. He is the only quarterback to win two Super Bowl rings with two different teams and holds the record for the most career touchdown passes at 539.

Sources tell ET that the football star will be announcing his retirement at a press conference in Denver, Colorado, at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT on Monday.

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