Manning has yet to confirm if he's retiring but could he be consider being the quarterback in L.A.?

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Peyton Manning brought his victory tour to New York for an appearance on The Tonight Show Wednesday.

The Super Bowl 50 champion chatted with host Jimmy Fallon about the big game including brother Eli’s meme-inspiring moment, even making a fun sketch out of the New York Giant’s expense.

And one of the perks of Manning’s press tour has got to be that time he played one-on-one with two-time Basketball Hall of Famer Magic Johnson! Of course, with a special twist.

The two sports stars took part in the late night show’s popular Egg Russian Roulette game, making it the first time they ever went head-to-head!

As far as the retirement rumors swirling Manning’s post-Super Bowl success, the 39-year-old quarterback stayed tightlipped on his next plans but Johnson, 56, tried his best to recruit him to the Los Angeles Rams.

“I tried to talk someone out of retirement and come to the Rams. I said, ‘Man, if you play again, come to the Rams!'” the LA Lakers legend said. “I was working on him backstage, I will even chip in money!”