2013 Topps Ribbons Camo Team Logo PRPM Peyton Manning card graded NM-MT+ 7.5 by Beckett Grading Services. Peyton, the middle son of Archie Manning, played college football at Tennessee from 1994-1997. He would begin his freshman year as the third-string quarterback for the Volunteers, however he would come in the 4th game of the season after an injury to Todd Helton, a loss to Mississippi State. He would be named the starter for the following game and keep that spot until the end of his collegiate career. He would put up stellar numbers during his time at Tennessee. He would lead the Vols to wins in the 1994 Gator Bowl, 1995 and 1996 Citrus Bowls. He would stay for his senior year of 1997 and win the Campbell Trophy, Maxwell Award, Unitas Golden Arm Award, O’Brien Award and was a consensus All-American. He finished 2nd in the 1997 Heisman voting. He would be selected 1st overall by the Indianapolis Colts in the 1998 NFL Draft. He would help turn the Colts into perennial playoff contenders. Winning Super Bowl XLI with them in the 2006 season over the Chicago Bears. He would stay with the Colts from 1998 until 2010. He would undergo neck surgery and miss the entire 2011 season and would be released by the Colts. He would sign with the Denver Broncos in 2012 and lead them to two Super Bowls and winning Super Bowl 50 with them in 2015. He would play in four Super Bowls in his 18-year career. He is known as the “Sherriff” due to his tendency to audible plays prior to the snap. He compiled 6,125 completions with 71,940 passing yards and 539 touchdowns to 251 interceptions in regular season play to go along with 649 completions with 7,339 passing yards and 40 touchdowns to 25 interceptions in the playoffs. He would win five NFL MVP awards and Super Bowl XLI MVP. He would receive 10 All-Pro team selections (7 first team and 3 second team), 14 Pro Bowl selections, 2005 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award, 2012 NFL Comeback Player of the Year Award along with many other accolades. He holds or is tied for multiple NFL individual records. His number #18 has been retired by both the Colts in 2017 and Broncos in 2016. He is also in both teams Rings of Honor. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2017 and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2021.