By now you’ve seen the photos of Peyton Manning, the former Denver Broncos quarterback who was traded to the Indianapolis Colts last week.
Or the photos that showed Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Broncos quarterback’s wife, Peyton, kissing on the cheek.
Or even the pictures of Peyton’s two daughters, Malia and Sasha, and the two smiling faces.
You’ve seen them all.
But you’ve never seen the picture of Peyton with his wife, Jill, in the front row, sitting next to his sons, Peyton Jr. and Eli.
And you might never have seen them, if you weren’t one of the many people who got to see Peyton in person.
The Indianapolis Colts have been on the market for weeks, and their next star is likely to be one of those players who plays for the team that drafted him.
Here’s what you need to know.
Who is Peyton Manning?
Peyton Manning has played professionally since 2003.
He’s the longest-tenured player in the NFL, and he has the best postseason record in league history.
He has a record of 1,084-922-6 (with a .847 winning percentage).
Manning is a three-time Pro Bowl selection, one of only six quarterbacks to win both the Super Bowl and the Superbowl MVP.
He also has two Pro Bowl appearances and two Super Bowl MVP awards.
Peyton Manning won a record 12 games in his first two seasons, and was named to the All-Pro first team twice, making him the first quarterback since the merger to have 11 Pro Bowl selections.
His last MVP was in 2009, and his first was in 1998.
Peyton’s first two playoff victories came in the 2002 AFC Championship Game and the 2009 AFC Championship, which he won.
Peyton is one of two players in NFL history with 1,000 career touchdown passes, the other being Mark Sanchez.
Peyton has a career passer rating of 110.7, which is fourth among active quarterbacks.
He is one-third of the way to tying Peyton Manning’s all-time record for touchdown passes (2,531) and one-fifth of the all-game passing yards (5,955) in the modern era.
He ranks third in the league in total offense with 2,869 yards, trailing only Joe Montana and Eli Manning.
Peyton had a career 3,749 yards passing.
His 5,957 career touchdown passing is second in NFL annals behind only Joe Theismann.
Manning also has 4,936 career rushing yards.
He was named MVP in 2004.
He played a key role in the Broncos’ playoff run.
He threw for 6,065 yards and 15 touchdowns against just five interceptions and had two rushing touchdowns and four receiving touchdowns in the postseason.
Peyton was a five-time All-NFL selection, and two-time Super Bowl champion.
He won two Superbowls, the first in 2006 and the second in 2008.
Manning is also one of four players in league annals with 2.04 yards per pass attempt (the NFL’s best in the 1970s and 1980s), which ranks second in league play.
He holds the franchise record for most passing yards in a playoff game (3,935), tied for second in career passing yards and second in total passing yards.
Manning has also been a two-Time NFL MVP, one-Time Pro Bowler, two-TIME Super Bowl Champion, a two time AFC Champion and a two Time NFC Champion.
Peyton also ranks in the top three in the game’s all time passing yards, passing touchdowns, rushing yards and total offense.
Peyton led the Broncos to their best record in NFL History and a Super Bowl victory in 2006, his first in Indianapolis.
The next five years are all about his career.
Manning’s career stats: 8,632 career passing, 1,965 career touchdowns, 1.84 yards per attempt, 12,069 career rushing, 7,874 career touchdown receptions, 1.,1,872 career passing touchdowns (with four receiving TDs), 1,871 career passing yardage, 8.5 career rushing touchdowns, 11 career passing touchdown games and 3 Super Bowl victories.
The Manning family: Peyton’s father, Philip, is the owner of the Indianapolis Bobcats basketball team and the Broncos are currently the only NFL team without an active owner.
The Broncos are also the only franchise in NFL Football history to win at least eight games in a season nine times.
Peyton Jr., the youngest of the family, played basketball at Southwestern Illinois University in Kansas City, Missouri.
Peyton Sr., who has been with the Broncos since 2007, also played at Kansas City’s Westgate Las Vegas Summer League, where he was a two to three time All-American and a first-team selection.
Peyton said that his father was his inspiration for playing basketball, and for the success he had in college and the NFL.
Peyton and his father started a company that produces LED lighting products, and in 2008, the family launched