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With the news that Peyton Manning underwent a fourth, unreported, medical procedure on his neck, do you think he should retire?
I definitely think he should retire. He doesn't have anything else to prove. He has a Super Bowl ring and is the NFL's only four-time MVP. He should just bow out gracefully.
Nathan Wade Lee
I think Manning has earned the right to do whatever he feels is best for him. If he wants to play, then he should be afforded that opportunity.
Retire? I don't believe anyone really feels that his career is done yet. Reports are saying he can already throw at 80% velocity, so he just has to get back into the rhythm of accuracy. I believe the Colts don't want to pay him, and the only teams that want to see him retire are the ones that know they have no chance at signing him and are scared he'll end up in their division.
If he injures himself more severely, we are then talking quality of life. I think he should just retire. Regardless of what he decides I believe Jim Irsay will cut him. But then the next team that signs him will still have to face the same questions and uncertainty about his neck.