Peyton Manning is declining ESPN’s recent offer for him to work as an analyst on ‘Monday Night Football’, according to the New York Post’s Andrew Marchand.

ESPN planned to bring Manning on board with Al Michaels in the boost to broadcast the games. Micheals still has two years remaining on his Sunday Night Football contract with NBC Sports.

Booger McFarland currently calls ESPN’s Monday Night Football games.

ESPN2 will celebrate Peyton Manning’s birthday with five hours of special primetime programming dedicated to the legendary NFL quarterback on Tuesday, March 24. Beginning at 7 p.m.