September 8, 2011

Peyton Manning Has More Surgery on Neck

Chris Mortensen, writing for espn.com:

"Manning was hopeful that four months of therapy after his May 23 surgery would allow him to resume normal football activity, but his progress was minimal with nerve regeneration and his triceps area remained weak, not allowing him to throw a football with reasonable velocity."

The critical take-away: he can't throw the ball, so he underwent another surgery today.

Manning is the best QB in the NFL, and among the best who have ever played. I sure hope he can return.

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