Peyton Manning's 11-year-old son Marshall gets in throws at Pro Bowl Games
"With the No. 1 pick in the 2033 NFL draft, (fill in the name of team) selects Marshall Manning."
OK, so we're getting ahead of ourselves here. Even Arch Manning has yet to throw a pass for the Texas Longhorns.
Peyton Manning's 11-year-old son Marshall got in some throws during Pro Bowl Games festivities in Las Vegas, connecting with the Buffalo Bills' Stefon Diggs.
Peyton and Eli Manning were the head coaches for Sunday's flag football games. Arch is the son of Cooper Manning, who is the brother of Peyton and Eli.
This quarterback dynasty started with Archie Manning.
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Marshall Manning must have a good football background with throws like these 🎯
📺: 2023 #ProBowlGames Sunday 3pm ET on ESPN pic.twitter.com/zvckYNq8lv
— NFL (@NFL) February 4, 2023
Marshall also connected with one of Peyton's former teammates, ex-Indianapolis Colts tight end Marcus Pollard, who was covered by Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis.
This article originally appeared on Indianapolis Star: Peyton Manning's son Marshall gets in throws at 2023 Pro Bowl Games