Peyton Manning Shares Tender Post-Game Kiss With Hand That Feeds Him
In a touching display of affection and corporate affiliation, Peyton Manning sealed his Super Bowl victory last night by planting a tender kiss on the hand that feeds him. Their sweet moment was captured by cameras, so that all might share in their candid, contractual love.
While Cam Newton waited at midfield to offer Manning his congratulations on a game, well, played, the Denver quarterback obviously had his mind on celebrating with those most important to him. So Manning searched the crowd for the welcoming arms and check-writing hands of Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter, reaching in to give the pizza-product magnate a warm hug and intimate buss on the cheek that said, This win would mean nothing without you, or my 21 Papa John’s locations in the Denver metro area.
Denver Broncos’ Brandon Marshall will donate $300 for every tackle this season.
Brandon Marshall will donate $300 for every tackle he makes this season, he wrote on Instagram Wednesday. Marshall is one of at least 13 NFL players who have joined Colin Kaepernick in his pre-game protests during the playing of “The Star-Spangled Banner” this season. Marshall’s donations will go to relevant organizations.