July 16, 2014
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Tennessee legend Peyton Manning continued to add to his trophy collection. At Wednesday's ESPYs awards show he was presented the honors for Best-Record Breaking Performance and Best NFL Player. He has now won seven ESPYs all-time, also winning two in 2005. His first award came as the Best College Football Player after his senior season at Tennessee.
Manning was recognized by football Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino and NBA MVP Kevin Durant. In leading the Denver Broncos to an AFC Championship and a Super Bowl appearance, Manning shattered records for passing yards in a season (5,477) and passing touchdowns in a season (55). He also tied the record for touchdown passes in a game with seven in the 2013 opener vs. Baltimore.
MANNING's ESPYs AWARDS
1998: Best College Football Player
2004: Best NFL Player
2005: Best NFL Player
2005: Best Record-Breaking Performance
2007: Best Championship Performance
2014: Best Record-Breaking Performance
2014: Best NFL Player