Peyton Manning has a busy year ahead of him, one full year removed from retirement.
On Sunday, he played golf with President Donald Trump.
According to several reports, Manning and Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., were guests of the president at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia, and visited the White House later in the day.
The occasion marks one of several high-profile highlights for the future Hall of Famer.
CNN, citing pool reports, said Manning would be honored later Sunday with the Lincoln Medal at Ford's Theatre in Washington. The medal's recipient "exemplifies the lasting legacy and mettle of character embodied by the most beloved president in our nation's history, President Abraham Lincoln."
On Oct. 7, the Indianapolis Colts will unveil a statue of the former quarterback in front of Lucas Oil Stadium before retiring his jersey and putting him in the team's ring of honor at halftime of the next day's game.
Manning also will take the helm as host of the ESPYS for the first time in July.