Peyton Manning's future at the Denver Broncos and in the NFL has been a hotly debated topic in the last several weeks but now we might all have the answer to the biggest question in the NFL right now.
Manning has failed to deny that he will retire this offseason following the Broncos' 24-13 defeat to the Indianapolis Colts in January, but one of his teammates is adamant that we haven't seen the last of Manning just yet.
Denver star defensive end Von Miller spoke to the Denver Post on Friday and revealed that he thinks Manning will return to the football fold after a long and hard think about his future in football.
Manning will return
Miller makes a strong point by saying that Manning has always insisted he will walk away from the game when he starts hurting his team rather than helping. Contrary to what some so called experts might think, Miller believes Manning has a lot left to give Denver and he believes the five-time MVP can still win another championship.
"We can win a championship with Peyton," Miller told the Denver Post. "I think that's the only thing that matters. What else can I say?
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"I think he's coming back. He said a long time ago that he would stop playing football when he felt like he was hurting a team more than helping a team. There's still so much he can do, so many wonderful things he can do for the Denver Broncos."
Still got something to offer?
Regardless of what Miller thinks or even Peyton in fact, in the end it will be a medical next month that ultimately determines Manning's future. At the moment, Manning is currently in the process of working out at the Broncos facility and it remains to be seen whether he passes his medical in March.
But what do you think NFL fans? Should Peyton Manning return and does he have anything left to give? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.