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Mike Klis of the Denver Post told Mike Florio of PFT Live that Peyton Manning’s arm strength is at 85-95 percent at this point, which is clearly great news for the Broncos since going into offseason his arm was at about 65 percent.
“He really came a long way in that four weeks,” Klis said.
Klis did say that Manning may never get back to 100 percent, because of the neck procedures he underwent.
I think a lot of teams would do whatever it takes to get Manning to play for their team even with his arm at 85-90 percent.
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