With the NFL's 2013 season approaching, Petyon Manning has shelved the rapping, pizza-hustling persona.
"I covered that just about all offseason," Manning said, per USA Today. "I know I'm talking to you guys for the first time, but I guess you just have to probably check some old clips for quotes."
It's not surprising Manning doesn't want to relive watching Broncos safety Rahim Moore being burned by Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. On the next possession, Broncos coach John Fox took the ball out of Manning's hands at the end of regulation, and the quarterback threw an interception in overtime, leading to the Ravens' game-winning score.
"We certainly know what a great athlete Elvis is and what a playmaker he is," Manning said. "So he's certainly a factor we have to deal with."
It's a factor that Manning hopes doesn't come back to literally crush him.