Omaha businesses donate to Peyton Manning's charity
OMAHA, Neb. (KGO) -- Peyton Manning's charity is $24,800 richer and he has Omaha to thank for it.
Eight Omaha businesses pledged to donate a combined $800 every time Manning yelled "Omaha" during Sunday's AFC Championship game. The Broncos quarterback shouted it 31 times.
Manning won't say what "Omaha" means -- most experts believe it's just a signal for the center to snap the ball.
Manning's charity is called the Peyback Foundation. Its mission is to promote success among disadvantaged kids.
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