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  • Tom Brady is reluctant to discuss his friendship with NBA Live Mobile 18 Coins President Donald Trump, but Peyton. Manning seems to have found a little time to embrace politics in retirement.Politico reported Manning is scheduled to speak in front of Trump and other Republicans during a joint Senate-House GOP retreat that began Wednesday in Philadelphia. MORE: NFL stars and their Star

    ars counterpartsThe retreat is intended as an agenda planning session for Republican politicians, who gained majority in both the House and Senate during the 2016 election.The Philadelphia Inquirer reported Manning will speak Thursday.The former Broncos and Colts quarterback is a known Republican donor. He previously supported the campaign of former Florida Gov.

    Jeb Bush, who ran against Trump for the GOP presidential nomination. Manning also has donated to Republican politicians in Tennessee, where he attended college and now resides.Trump, who frequently name-drops Brady, told CBS’s “Face the Nation” last year that he also personally knows Manning.“He is a very good guy. I know him. And he is a very, very good guy," Trump said prior to Super Bowl 50, won by Manning's Broncos.

    I have to go with the person I know and I like. I like the other team. I think the other team looks fantastic. Probably, they would be favored by something. But I will stick with Peyton, because he is a very good guy.”Manning also stopped to pose for a photo with Donald Trump Jr. while on the campaign trail in Mississippi this summer.

    NFL commissioner Roger Goodell gave a rare media Cheap NBA Live Mobile Coins interview Wednesday as he spoke to Fox Sports' Colin Cowherd on "The Herd."One of the first questions asked to Goodell was about his constant skipping out on Patriots games, especially this past weekend. Fans in New England believe the commissioner is scared to travel to Foxborough thanks to his unpopularity there after Deflategate, but he claims this isn't the case.MORE: Super Bowl 51: Patriots vs. Falcons position breakdown, comparison.