Peyton Manning Had Additional Unreported Medical Procedure

Peyton Manning’s medical history is definitely something a lot of teams are monitoring before taking a chance on him as their quarterback for next year. Manning’s surgeries are a major concern, and now it seems he may be covering up some of his issues.

Don Banks of Sports Illustrated reports that Manning had one additional surgery, which can never be a good sign, particularly since this is the first any of us have ever heard of it.

The more you hear, the more uncomfortable you have to figure a team would be willing to take a risk on Manning, no matter how tantalizing the prospect might be of having one of the greatest quarterbacks ever on their roster. The Cardinals may have to hope Kevin Kolb and John Skelton are adequate enough.

To discuss Manning and the Colts, check Stampede Blue. To talk about Manning potentially being with the Cardinals, hit up Revenge of the Birds.

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