Among the people to pay tribute to Rivers was Julian Edelman.
Rivers played his final three Chargers seasons in Los Angeles after the franchise relocated from San Diego. The eight-time Pro Bowler also is fifth in league history with 421 touchdown passes - again behind only Brady, Brees, Manning and Favre. His final pass was a Hail Mary in Buffalo that fell short of the end zone in the Colts' 27-24 loss to the Bills in an AFC Wild Card game. "But I think the actual motion kind of stays with what's most comfortable and muscle memory and how you get used to throwing it".
"I can sit here and say, 'I can still throw it". "But that's always going to be there". And really, I'll always assert that if the 2004 NFL Draft had played out differently and Rivers had stuck with the New York Giants (or landed with the Pittsburgh Steelers), he'd have multiple rings and we'd be talking about him among the best of the best.
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When Philip Rivers first started tossing footballs as a high-school ball boy, he heaved them any way he could.
"Every year, January 20th is a special and emotional day", Rivers said.
Rivers led the Colts to an 11-5 record and a postseason berth in 2020, topping 4,000 yards for the eighth straight season and 12th time in his career.
"Thanks to the fans in San Diego and around the nation that both cheered and booed". Without a doubt my favorite part of the game, being a teammate. Could not have done it without y'alls unwavering support. Whatever God's will is for me and my family, if it's here in Indy playing another year then we'll be here, and if it's not, I'll be on the sidelines with a ballcap coaching the heck out of a high school football team down in south Alabama.