Peyton Manning called out guys who use kids to try to get his autograph

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Peyton Manning is calling dudes out.

On Monday night's edition of Manningcast, the former Colts quarterback said his kids write hand-written letters if they want their autographs. Then, he called out the "50-year-old guys" who would use kids to try to get autographs from him.

6. Peyton throws six touchdowns, 2004: On his way to 49 touchdown passes for the season, Peyton Manning put six on the board in the Colts' masterful 41-9 win over the Lions. Manning went 23-of-28 for 236 yards before being pulled near the end of third quarter.
6. Peyton throws six touchdowns, 2004: On his way to 49 touchdown passes for the season, Peyton Manning put six on the board in the Colts' masterful 41-9 win over the Lions. Manning went 23-of-28 for 236 yards before being pulled near the end of third quarter.

"The problem is you have 50-year-old guys who pay some 8 year-old to write a letter to me and you end up sending an autograph to a 50-year-old man who is kinda abusing the system," he said.

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