The No. 1 vote-getter from fans for the Pro Bowl is widely known as a comedian, hosting Saturday Night Live and starring is many national advertisements.
Oh, he's also arguably the best player in the NFL as well, as Manning made a great case to be the league's MVP this season.
And according to Andy Fenelon of NFL.com, Manning is also incredibly popular among his football playing brethren.
On Tuesday night, Manning roasted his fellow star players, leaving everyone in the room laughing hysterically.
Here are the best jokes, posted by Fenelon earlier this week:
Manning took a minute to acknowledge the men in the crowd, his fellow players, for the achievements they've gained over their storied careers. He was quick to poke fun at himself as well, saying, "Peyton Manning holds the record with nine interceptions in the Pro Bowl. I want to thank PR for looking that up for me. I want to keep that record. So on Sunday, (NFC cornerbacks Charles) Tillman, (Tim) Jennings, (Patrick) Peterson, look out; I'm going to throw it every time."
"A little announcement here -- pool volleyball, Wednesday, 3 p.m. AFC quarterbacks vs. NFC quarterbacks. Each team gets a 'need' player, and I'm in charge of picking this player for both teams. AFC, we get J.J. Watt. The NFC gets Leon Washington." Of course, Watt is a 6'5” freak of nature that has a 37” vertical and defended a league-leading 16 passes this season. Washington relies on his speed and at only 5'8” tall, he's one of the best return men in the NFL.
"Couple of rules, couple of reminders. Let's just keep the pictures and autographs at the pool to a minimum. It's an area for the guys to hang out, get to know each other. (The rule) is not for guys like me; I'll sign whatever. It's for the guys who get bothered (for autographs) all the time. Guys like Dustin Colquitt, Phil Dawson. These guys can't go anywhere. Rich Incognito. Right? Andrew Whitworth. Right? These guys can't relax."
The Pro Bowl kicks off Sunday, January 27 at 7 p.m. ET on NBC.
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