Jamaal Charles Asks Peyton Manning For His Autograph After Loss [Video]

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According to Neal Jones of KCTV-5, Dwayne Bowe also got in on the action and posed for some pictures with Manning following Kansas City’s 17-9 loss to the Broncos. And he actually made some sense.

When cameras caught the two Chiefs stars milling around for Manning, it was a goofy bit of video—which you can see below. While Jamaal Charles was clearly embarrassed and tried to play it off like his mom wanted the autograph, Bowe leveled with us.

KCTV5

Bowe: “It’s a legend, I guess. It’s Peyton Manning. Who wouldn’t want a picture with him? If you had an opportunity, would you take it?”

Reporter: “Yeah, I’d like him to throw me passes, too.”

Bowe: “That too but right now the best thing I have is a picture so I’ll live with that.”

Yes, autographs and the like are weird, and adults asking for them are even weirder, but there is something that makes sense when it’s one colleague acknowledging and appreciating the skill of another.

Duncan Steel | Elite.

Photo Credit: Getty Images

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