The NFL’s new face of beauty, Peyton Manning, is painting his own portrait of the man who helped bring us the joys of art in the NFL.
In a video released Monday, Manning shows off the stunning portrait of him with his wife, the former Denver Broncos star wife of his longtime friend, wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders, as well as his daughters, Kendall and Eli.
It’s not just a portrait, it’s a tribute to the man.
“I’ve always been an artist,” Manning said in the video.
“It’s something I’ve always loved doing, and I really want to do something special with it.
So it’s time to get to work.”
Manning is just one of a handful of people who will get to paint a portrait of Manning at the Eagles facility in Philadelphia.
Others include former Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, who will paint a bronze statue of the QB in his home town of Chicago.
Former Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who owns the Cowboys, will also paint the sculpture.
And the rest of us are still waiting.
In a world of art and technology, Manning’s portrait of himself is unique.
He has never painted a statue of himself.
He has always lived and breathed football, and he’s always been the quarterback, the face of football, said Peyton Manning.
The best way to understand that is to look at the painting that is being done.
And it’s something that’s very important to me and very important for my family.
It’s about time to put something in my house, something that I know I can look back on in the future, and it’s not something that is in my family, so I’m excited to get started on that.
“Manners wife, Kendall, and daughter, Eli are not just painting their portrait, either.
They’re also creating a personalized memorial to the former Broncos star.
They will paint their portrait in the likeness of Manning, and will then have the opportunity to meet with the actor on Saturday.”
The biggest thing for us is the emotion that we’re going through right now,” Kendall said in a video.”
It’s very difficult because it’s very hard to live without someone else.
We feel like we’ve lost him.
We don’t have a real family that knows him.
But it’s the best way we can get through it.
And we are going to get through this together.
“Manned’s former coach at the University of Notre Dame, Les Miles, was in Philadelphia to unveil the statue, which will be installed next to the Broncos locker room.
Manning and his former teammates will also get to take part in the ceremony.”
This is a gift that is going be given to us for life.””
This is a big, big moment in our life.
This is a gift that is going be given to us for life.”
The Broncos have a chance to go from a team that was one of the best in the league last season to one that is heading into the postseason without a quarterback.