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Brought to you by: Phatz Radio When reached Wednesday, Manning’s agent, Tom Condon, declined to comment on any specifics regarding his high-profile client, other than adding: “I wouldn’t have anything to say about all of that, one way or another.” While the new details paint a picture of Manning’s health that may be more tenuous than is publicly known, NFL sources told SI.com that the Colts quarterback was strenuously trying to show team officials and coaches that he was capable of playing in the final two weeks of the regular season, but specifically in red zone situations, where his limited arm strength would be less of a liability.
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