After 36 years and four neck surgeries, Peyton Manning has almost reached that dreaded precipice that every NFL player inevitably arrives at.
What can never be diminished is the titanic legacy that he has built over a legendary 14-year career. If Peyton retired today, he [at the very least] could hang his hat on the fact that he is the most lauded player in the history of the Indianapolis Colts.
Still, with all the attention focused solely on the March 8th roster bonus deadline and what will transpire after that, there's been very little chatter about Manning's future after football.
While we look forward to seeing him muster a comeback attempt in 2012, here are four things that Peyton Manning would excel at doing after he hangs up his pads for the final time.