Peyton Manning is planning on enjoying his retirement for a little bit longer.
Manning, 42, has been recruited by all the networks for the past two years since retiring because of his Hall of Fame stature and his established TV persona from his playing career and his countless commercials, but has continued to say no.
In the wake of Tony Romo’s rookie success as CBS’ lead analyst, both ESPN’s “Monday Night Football” and Fox’s “Thursday Night Football” went hard after Manning, feeling he is a bigger name with the potential to match Romo’s success.
Panthers tight end Greg Olsen, whom The Post reported tried out for ESPN’s “Monday Night Football,” also is a possibility. He impressed Fox with the game he called last year during a bye week. Olsen could continue playing.