It's the last stretch of off season for NFL players before preseason camps kick-off next month. One quarterback not worrying about getting ready for camp or taking hits: Peyton Manning.

FOX's Chris Hoenig reports:

The NFL's all-time passing leader giving some insight into how he'll spend his first year of retirement and one thing it most definitely does not include: Un-retiring:

(Manning) "I got a full plate of football and saw it from lots of different angles. And so, I am at very much at peace with it and I'm actually kind of looking forward to this fall and having a little free time."

Peyton Manning says he plans to go to at least three games at his Alma Mater, the University of Tennessee.

You might also catch him in the stands at a Broncos game, and he is set to be there for the 10th anniversary of his Colts' Super Bowl 41 victory and he says he also likes the idea of being able to go see brother Eli's Giants play without a camera trained on him for four hours.

Chris Hoenig, FOX News.

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