Peyton Manning

#18 QB / Denver Broncos / EXP: 18YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 230 lb Age: 39 College: Tennessee Bye 7,18

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INJURY ALERT: Probable | Foot | Probable for the Super Bowl vs. Carolina
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    Broncos' Peyton Manning: Two touchdowns in win over Patriots

    Manning completed 17 of 32 passes for 176 yards and a pair of touchdowns in Sunday's win over the Patriots in the AFC championship game. He also lost a fumble. The Sheriff and company were limited to just 275 yards of offense Sunday, but his ability to limit the turnovers and cash in on good field position secured a trip to next month's Super Bowl. Manning clearly isn't on the same level physically as he was in the past, but his experience and leadership ability have him knocking on the door of another championship as the sun sets on his storied career. Manning will now have a couple of weeks to rest up before facing the winner of Sunday's NFC championship game between the Cardinals and the Panthers.

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    Broncos' Peyton Manning: Snaps touchdown streak despite win over Steelers

    Manning completed 21 of 37 passes for 222 yards in Sunday's win over the Steelers. He failed to connect on a single touchdown pass. The veteran had thrown for a score in 13 straight postseason games heading into Sunday's contest, but he failed to extended his streak, as C.J. Anderson plowed in the Broncos' only touchdown. Manning did manage to avoid a turnover, despite the windy conditions, allowing Denver to rely on their defense and rushing attack to grind out a win. The Patriots, who Manning did not suit up against in a Week 12 victory, will come town next week, with the right to go to the Super Bowl on the line.

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    Broncos QB Peyton Manning will start divisional round

    Manning has been named the Broncos' starter for their divisional round playoff game on Jan. 17. Head coach Gary Kubiak made the announcement Thursday morning after meeting with both Manning and Brock Osweiler, who had relieved Manning mid-season. Manning missed six games from Week 11 through Week 16 due to a plantar fascia injury, with Osweiler going 4-2 as the interim starter. Osweiler was under center to begin last Sunday's game against San Diego, but Manning entered in the third quarter as the Broncos struggled to move the ball. The veteran ended the game going 5-of-9 for 69 yards in the 27-20 Broncos victory. At this point, it's unclear whether Kubiak and the Broncos are committed to Manning as the starter throughout the playoffs, but it's not difficult to imagine Osweiler again coming on in relief at some point, should Manning struggle. As the No. 1 seed in the AFC, Denver will host the lowest remaining seed in the divisional round, which could be Houston, Kansas City or Pittsburgh.

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    Broncos' Peyton Manning: Leads Broncos to top seed in AFC

    Manning (foot) came on in the third quarter of Sunday's game against the Chargers for the ineffective Brock Osweiler, and he completed five of nine passes for 69 yards. Osweiler was 14 of 22 for 232 yards and a touchdown before getting pulled, but he also threw two interceptions and lost a fumble, which led to his benching. The Broncos' rushing game was excellent, as Ronnie Hillman had 15 carries for 117 yards and a touchdown and C.J. Anderson rushed 15 times for 95 yards and a score of his own. Manning wasn't overly effective in the game, but he moved the ball down the field and eventually led the Broncos to a 27-20 victory, giving them the top seed in the AFC playoffs. Given the switch in the middle of the game, Manning is fully expected to start the Broncos' first playoff game, which will come after their opening-round bye.

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    Broncos' Peyton Manning: Suits up as backup Sunday

    Manning (foot) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Chargers. Manning is back in uniform Sunday against the Chargers, but he'll serve as the Broncos' No. 2 quarterback behind Brock Osweiler in the contest.

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    Broncos' Peyton Manning: Practices fully Thursday

    Manning (foot) practiced fully Thursday. At this stage, Manning is in line to be in uniform Sunday against the Chargers, though if that happens, he'll serve as the Broncos' No. 2 quarterback behind Brock Osweiler.

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    Broncos' Peyton Manning: Could suit up as Osweiler's backup this week

    Manning (foot) is slated to practice this week, and if all goes well, he is in line to back up Brock Osweiler on Sunday against the Chargers. Manning's health continues to improve to the point that he'll probably suit up this weekend, but at this stage the Broncos have no plans to make any change at QB in Week 17, with Osweiler thus poised to make his seventh straight start for the team on Sunday.

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    Broncos QB Peyton Manning will not play Monday

    Manning (foot) will not play Monday against Cincinnati, Mike Klis of 9News in Denver reports. As expected, Manning will remained sidelined for another week, as Brock Osweiler makes another start at quarterback. Manning increased his activity level this week, and he held a throwing session early Saturday, which was observed by head coach Gary Kubiak. The veteran was not on the field for the full-team portion of practice, however, and at this point it remains unclear whether he'll be back on the field this season.

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    Broncos' Peyton Manning: Won't start this week

    Manning (foot), who is not expected to practice Wednesday, will focus on his injury rehab this week, setting the stage for another start at QB for teammate Brock Osweiler. While Manning -- who suffered a setback with his foot injury this past Friday -- hasn't yet been officially ruled out for this week's action, he is not expected be active for Monday night's game against the Bengals.

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    Broncos' Peyton Manning still dealing with soreness

    Manning (foot) was scratched from Friday's practice after feeling some soreness in his right foot earlier in the day. While the Broncos aren't calling this a setback, there's really no way to put a positive spin on it. Still, it was probably expected that Manning would have some soreness once he resumed practicing, and it's possible he'll feel better by the end of the weekend. Already ruled out for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Manning may have a shot to return for Week 16 against the Bengals, depending on whether or not he truly suffered a setback.

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