Peyton Manning’s Son Show Off QB Skills At Pro Bowl

Written by Tony Ghaul

Marshall Manning, the 11-year-old son of NFL Legend Peyton Manning, appears to have inherited the Manning arm. Peyton has coached his son in flag football.

Before the Pro Bowl’s flag football game on Sunday, Marshall showed off his arm by throwing passes to Indianapolis Colts tight end Marcus Pollard, who was being covered by Ravens legend Ray Lewis.

Marshall also threw a touchdown pass to Bills star WR Stefon Diggs.

Here is throwing to Vikings WR Justin Jefferson.

Marshall’s older cousin, Arch (the son of Peyton and Eli’s brother, Cooper) just completed a record-breaking high school career at Isidore Newman in Louisiana and he’s now set to play college football for the University of Texas.

Marshall Manning appears to be a chip off the old block. Looks like another Manning may be in the NFL someday.

Marshall Manning son of Peyton Manning. Photo courtsey of USA Today Sports

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