Peyton Manning has broken many records as a quarterback, but with a retirement soon (this author thinks) to be announced, his next record may come in charity.

"Yet an argument could also be made that football might struggle to hold off philanthropy as Peyton's best legacy, whether Manning retires this winter, as is being rumored, or long into the future.

"Or have you forgotten the July 16 terrorist attack in the Scenic City, the one that cost five military personnel their lives? The attack that led Manning to join U.S. senator and former Chattanooga mayor Bob Corker in starting the Chattanooga Heroes Fund to aid the families of the victims."--Mark Wiedmer, the Times Free Press