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Peyton still not 100 percent
(4/15/13) Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning said he's still not 100 percent recovered from his multiple neck surgeries, which caused him to miss all of the 2011 season. "You know, I still have certain challenges," Manning told WATE-TV on Friday, according to NFL.com, while visiting the University of Tennessee campus for an event. "When you're dealing with nerves, I've learned it's a patience deal. They kind of say it could be a year or two, or it may never come back, so I'm kind of hopeful. I kind of wish certain things would come back a little bit more, but I have learned to adjust and compensate in the state that I am. I still would like to make some more improvement. I still work at it. Obviously, I still can perform kind of status quo, but I still have hopes and (am) determined to try to seek some more improvement. But, yeah, I'm certainly better than I was last year. But I'm still not quite where I was before I was injured."
Manning gets to work with receivers
(4/11/13) Peyton Manning and his top three Broncos receivers worked out together in North Carolina recently under the watchful eye of Duke Blue Devils head football coach (and former QB coach for Peyton) David Cutcliffe. Manning said he gave his arm some time off after the season and felt fresh throwing to Eric Decker, Demaryius Thomas and new Broncos wideout Wes Welker. It was the first time Manning threw to Welker as teammates, and they hit it off. "There's certain guys you just feel like you have timing with right away," Manning told ESPN. "... He's a guy that has a great feel for how to get open and understands route concepts and, of course, he's played in such a sophisticated offense there in New England. So he's a smart player and you can see why he's been such a productive player. He's intense. He loves to work. ... It's kind of inspiring for an old player like me to be around guys that love to work. It makes me proud to play quarterback."
Manning set for incredible year
(3/13/13) After the Broncos added Wes Welker to a receiving corps that already features Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker (along with two pretty good tight ends, and whoever ends up in the backfield), expectations are sky-high for Peyton Manning. The quarterback set a career-high in completion percentage last season at 68.6 pct. thanks in part to a lot of high-percentage passing. It's that kind of passing that has made Tom Brady's numbers pop with Welker.
Broncos lock into Peyton
(3/13/13) Peyton Manning was on Denver's roster Tuesday, the start of the new league year, triggering his guaranteed salary of $20 million a year for 2013 and 2014. Manning, who turns 37 on March 24, had passed a physical earlier in the offseason, so it was no surprise to see his name on the roster when the league year and free agency officially began Tuesday afternoon. Because Manning's health was questionable as he entered free agency last year after multiple neck operations, the Broncos signed him to a contract that did not include a signing bonus. It went counter to the structure of most NFL contracts and gave the Broncos a chance to bail without huge financial damage if Manning wasn't effective after the surgery. In turn, Manning got two years guaranteed if he made it into the second season. The last two years of the deal -- 2015 and 2016 -- are worth $19 million each and are not guaranteed.
Fox: Manning's health will improve
(2/21/13) John Fox said at the NFL combine Thursday that he thinks that "health-wise," Manning "will be even better" in 2013. Manning completed 68.6 percent of his passes, passed for more than 4,600 yards and threw 37 touchdowns. And he did that at the age of 36 after missing all of 2011. "His type of injury with the neck and the surgeries he had, the reality is it's a nerve situation and it takes time for nerves to grow," Fox said. "He's getting better every day. Health-wise, he will be even better this year."
 
 
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