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Good Morning Broncos Country!

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The Late Show's David Letterman made his final appearance on the show last night, and a host of celebrities did the final top ten list. One of  those celebrities reading off the final top ten list was current Denver Broncos quarterback, Peyton Manning.

The category for Letterman’s final Top 10 list was "Things I’ve always wanted to say to Dave." Here's what Peyton had to say:

"That doesn't make any sense?" said Letterman after Manning read his line. Then Letterman reacted just like most of us would when encountered by the great Peyton Manning. He pointed and shouted "PEYTON!...OH MY GOD!"

It's safe to say that Letterman was most moved and excited to see the Denver Broncos signal caller during his final show.

Horse Tracks:

Goodell: Kraft's decision won't affect Brady's appeal - NFL.com
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Muhammad Wilkerson remains absent from Jets OTAs - NFL.com
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Giants' Will Beatty to undergo surgery for torn pectoral - NFL.com
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Los Angeles emerges as Super Bowl contender in 2020 - NFL.com
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Raiders owner Mark Davis addresses relocation protest - NFL.com
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Report: Ryan Kerrigan to miss start of OTAs - NFL.com
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Dallas Cowboys sign DE Randy Gregory - NFL.com
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Andrew Luck to own Indianapolis Colts if Ryan Tannehill got $96M from Miami Dolphins, Pat McAfee tweets
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Johnny Manziel of Cleveland Browns will be full participant at OTAs
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Ben Garland, Darian Stewart confident in Broncos' new schemes, depth - The Denver Post
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Confident Darian Stewart believes Broncos' FS job is 'my position to lose'
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Garland eager for opportunity to fulfill dreams
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Syracuse to honor Floyd Little in part of new tribute to No. 44
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Broncos coaching staff leads high school football clinic
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