DENVER, Co. -- The recognition just keeps coming for Peyton Manning.
The former Indianapolis Colts quarterback will be inducted into the Colorado Sports Hall for his time as the Broncos quarterback during the team's run to Super Bowl 50.
Manning will be one of six new members inducted into the class of 2018. He'll be joined by Rashaan Salaam, Sam Pagano (father of Indianapolis Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano), Alex Burl and Tracy Hill.
In his four seasons with Denver, Manning helped the Broncos to the most wins and highest winning percentage of any team in the league. He earned three of his career Pro Bowl selections, one of his MVP awards, two of his career first-team all-pro honors and the 2012 Comeback Player of the Year award while on the team.
Manning, who is recognized as a 14-time Pro Bowl quarterback, a 14-time team captain, the all-time touchdown passing quarterback and all-time pass leader, will be eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the Bronco's Ring of Fame in 2021.
Last weekend, the Colts retired Manning's No. 18 jersey, inducted him into their Ring of Honor and unveiled a statue of him outside Lucas Oil Stadium.
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