On Friday, Eli Manning will hold a press conference to announce his retirement from the NFL.

The two-time Super Bowl Champion will go down as one of the best to ever play in the NFL alongside his brother, Peyton. Manning led the Giants to two Super Bowl victories in 2008 and 2012. Manning has played for the Giants since 2004 and threw for over 57,000 yards and 366 touchdowns during his illustrious 16-year NFL career.

Will Manning be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame? That’s one debate that’s already taking place.

Following the news that Manning will retire, the Giants shared a hilarious off-the-field tribute to the quarterback. Both Eli and Peyton excelled on the field, but they have also provided entertainment off of it, too.

While at Ole Miss from 2000-03, Manning threw for over 10,000 yards and 81 touchdowns during his four-year career.