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Fowler gives 2-point conversion ball back to Peyton

Future trivia question at your local pub: What player caught Peyton Manning's last NFL completion?

If Manning retires, as most of the football world believes he will, the answer to that question will be Bennie Fowler.

The wideout snagged a Manning pass on a two-point conversion attempt to give the Denver Broncos a 14 point lead in the 24-10 Super Bowl victory over the Carolina Panthers.

Just in case it is Manning's last pass, Fowler gave the ball back to the quarterback prior to Tuesday's victory parade in Denver.

If Manning does retire that ball could eventually wind up in the Hall of Fame.

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