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Peyton Mannings Autograph Asked For After Game...

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This is just respect. As much as I hate Peyton when he plays the Ravens, I will admit even I probably would ask for his autograph after the game. The guy is one of the greatest quarterbacks I have seen play in my life-time.

Jamaal Charles had asked for it apparently, for his mama.

http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/8681979/jamaal-charles-kansas-city-chiefs-got-peyton-manning-autograph-loss-denver-broncos
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I see no problem with it and neither id Peyton Manning, apparently. People are too nosy these days...
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Enjoy while it lasts cuz Peyton is surely the best cerebral QB of all time. If I have a chance, I would definitely want to have his autograph although he is not a Ravens.
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Not an issue, it's probably way more common than not with players. Ray Rice and Trent Richardson swapped jerseys - same with DHB and Torrey.
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Charles and Bowe get skewered on ESPN for doing this act of...this act of great sportsmanship and Suh stomps on some guys groin purposely (again) and doesn't even get a slap on the wrist. I have no problem with this, it is great that they all get along, it is great example for children and teenagers, but ESPN loves to spin stories.

I have grown to hate ESPN. They are like the Fox News of the sports world. Mickey Mouse needs to pull the plug on their producer.
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Who cares if they ask for his autograph? Footballers overseas exchange jerseys all the time. As others have said, it's a sign of respect. The guys do it at the Pro Bowl. I don't see the big deal.
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[quote name='Alexir' timestamp='1354063684' post='1236521']
Charles and Bowe get skewered on ESPN for doing this act of...this act of great sportsmanship and Suh stomps on some guys groin purposely (again) and doesn't even get a slap on the wrist. I have no problem with this, it is great that they all get along, it is great example for children and teenagers, but ESPN loves to spin stories.

I have grown to hate ESPN. They are like the [b]Fox News [/b]of the sports world. Mickey Mouse needs to pull the plug on their producer.
[/quote]
Or any political news station for that matter. Same here, the leader(Skip Bayless) is the troll who leads them.
I would ask for Peytons autograph, best QB of the last 10 years. Just never had a great team, and still won a SB. One of my favorite players (Cept when he plays us)
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