Broncos’ Domata Peko spurns retirement talk in pursuit of 14th NFL season
Broncos’ nose tackle Domata Peko gathered his three children at home this football season to address his future.
“How do you guys feel about me playing again next year?”
Peko, 33, is nearing the end of his 13th NFL season and the last of a two-year deal he signed with Denver upon arrival from the Bengals in free agency. Football’s physical and mental toll claims most players well before Peko’s now 200-game NFL tenure. Is it time he consider hanging up those cleats? Or charge full speed ahead into a 14th season?
Peko’s kids didn’t hesitate with their response.
“Heck yeah, dad. Go do your thing.”
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