Found January 31, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Over the past week or so, we have heard every rumor possible regarding Peyton Manning. He and the Colts will work things out. The Colts are set to release him. The Dolphins and Redskins are very interested in Manning’s services. Wait, none of that matters because his rehab is not progressing and reliable sources say Peyton will retire. In an interview with ESPN on Tuesday, Manning assured everyone that he intends to play next season.
“Doctors and I have been in good, constant communication,” Manning said according to Pro Football Talk. “And I’m very encouraged by what they’ve said. Everything’s right on point. I’ll be cleared and ready to play.”
Trey Wingo then asked Manning if he has considered retirement, to which he replied: “I have no plans on doing that.”
So there you have it. Amidst all the rumors and rumblings, we hear straight from the horse’s mouth that Manning plans to play next season. We already told you we believe he is done in Indianapolis, and there is no reason to
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