Archie Manning

Prolific New Orleans Saints quarterback and community leader
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Drafted by the New Orleans Saints in 1971, for 12 years Archie Manning was their field leader and still holds team passing records. In 1978, he was the League’s Most Valuable Player and participated in two Pro-Bowls. He received the Whizzer White Award (1978), the NFL’s paramount humanitarian award. A community leader, he serves on many national boards and advisory committees. Currently Manning is a corporate consultant and NFL analyst for radio and television.