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Peyton Manning will lead the 2021 NFL Hall of Fame Class into the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio later this year
Breaking news to Chrismckradio, 2-time Super Bowl winning quarterback Peyton Manning will lead the 2021 NFL Hall of Fame class to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
After 14 seasons with the Indianapolis Colts and winning a Super Bowl with them, Manning signed with the Denver Broncos in 2012. Manning became the first quarterback to win Super Bowls for two different franchises. When he was with the Colts, he had 10 win seasons with them. When Manning went to play for the Broncos, he led the team to four straight AFC West titles, a 5,477 yards passing season, with 55 touchdowns in 2013.
This was Manning's first year of eligibility getting enshrined into the Hall of Fame. Joining Manning in this year's class, former Green Bay Packers, Oakland Raiders defensive back Charles Woodson, former Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin "Mega Tron" Johnson, former Denver Broncos defensive back John Lynch, and former head coach of the Seattle Seahawks and Los Angeles Raiders Tom Flores.
Manning, Woodson, and Johnson were all in their first year of eligibility.
Former Dallas Cowboys All-Pro wide receiver Drew Pearson was also selected into the Hall of Fame this year. He was elected as a senior inductee.