"I don't think it's going to be (immediate) announcement Sunday night," Eli Manning said Friday, where he is on hand at the Moscone Center downtown to be recognized as one of three finalists for the Walter Payton Man of the Year award presented at the NFL Honors on Saturday.
"I don't think he's even thought about it. He'll take some time when the season is over. It's all football right now."
Eli Manning will also be on the field Sunday. He's one of the living Super Bowl MVPs scheduled to be honored during pregame ceremonies.
Peyton Manning said he is waiting to hear whether he can have permission to take the field for the same ceremony.
"To be able to go out and stand next to Eli at Super Bowl 50, that would be a special moment," Peyton Manning said.
Peyton Manning, playing in his fourth Super Bowl, will become the oldest quarterback to start in the game Sunday. At 39, he had to overcome a torn plantar fascia plate in his right foot and missed six starts. A late season thigh injury impacted Peyton Manning late in the 2014 season.