Peyton Manning surpassed Brett Favre as the NFL's career leader in passing TDs when he threw his 509th TD pass on Sunday night against the San Francisco 49ers.
WR Demaryius Thomas was on the receiving end of Manning's record TD.
Joe Horrigan, Hall of Fame Executive Vice President of Museums, Selection Process & Chief Communications Officer, was handed the record football shortly after the historic touchdown.
Horrigan packed the football to take back to Canton.
Horrigan and Manning pose with the record football after the game.
Manning and Thomas pose with the record football.
Twin brothers Owen and Elliott Rossell were chosen as the lucky fans to place the football and sign on display at the Hall.
Manning's artifacts on display in the Pro Football Today Gallery.
Manning's record football.
Manning's 509 touchdown sign.