The former Denver Quarterback has been extremely busy since retiring from the Broncos in 2016, but will he be even busier come Christmas? Ho Ho Homaha.

Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning To Play Santa Claus?

We know it's only September, and those date checkers will tell us "we haven't even gotten through Halloween or Thanksgiving yet," but once that fall weather starts to set in, the Christmas fanatic's start to shift their attention to the "most wonderful time of the year." Disney held their bi-annual D23 expo in Anaheim, California, over the weekend, and they announced many upcoming movie and TV projects, including something that has Santa Claus and Peyton Manning fans alike, extremely excited.

Tim Allen Interviews Peyton Manning To Be The New Santa Claus

The ever popular Disney Christmas classic, "The Santa Clause," starring Tim Allen, is getting a new series called "The Santa Clauses" that will be debuting on Disney+ on November 16th. In the new teaser trailer, it shows Santa/Scott Calvin (played by Tim Allen) retiring from his role as Santa and interviewing potential replacements. One of the potential candidates? Denver Broncos Super Bowl 50 champion, and NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback, Peyton Manning, was interviewing for the gig. "I can't wait to rub this in Brady's face" the former Broncos QB says to Santa to start his interview in the hilarious new trailer below.

While it seems like Santa dismisses Peyton after his "Ho Ho Homaha-Homaha" audition didn't seem up to snuff, it guarantees that we'll get to see Peyton in at least one episode of the sure to be Disney+ classic series. Disney is the parent company of ESPN whom Peyton already does projects for, so it's no surprise he'd go into business with the Mouse for this awesome new Disney+ series. Merry Christmas in September.

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