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Peyton Manning will retire when he's broken all the records, says Elway

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Denver Broncos Vice-President of Operations John Elway believes Peyton Manning will continue playing beyond this season until he has every record. 

Manning and the Broncos will face off against the Seattle Seahawks at Super Bowl XLVIII in New York come Sunday, and Elway insists that whatever happens Sunday, Manning can never damage his legacy. 

"I don't think Peyton Manning can damage his legacy in this Super Bowl game. He has already won one and he's proven his greatness," Elway told NFL Network.  

"I would be surprised if he stop playing at the end of the year. I don't think he will walk away. I think he wants to walk away when he gets every record. 

"I think he has got a lot of football ahead of him." 

Elway played in six Super Bowls for the Broncos, winning two in 1997 &1998. He came back to Denver in 2011, and set his sights on guiding his old team to a Championship behind the scenes. 

"This is why I wanted to come back to the Broncos, I wanted to win more Championships. The team has done a tremendous job, and the coaches have done a tremendous job. I'm really proud of this team," added Elway. 

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