Peyton Manning Needs Second Neck Surgery Out Indefinitely (RUMOR) | BlackSportsOnline

Bill Polian Denies Rumor Peyton Manning Needs Second Neck Surgery

by Robert Littal | Posted on Sunday, September 4th, 2011
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About an hour ago rumors started that Colts QB Peyton Manning would need second neck surgery and would be out indefinitely.

Here are the details of the rumor.

An Indianapolis radio host that goes by the name JMV is reporting on his Twitter that the Colts issues at quarterback could be worse than they’ve been letting on.

Been told by multi sources that QB P Manning needs a 2nd neck procedure. Will remain out indefinitely.Called #colts and waiting on response.

Colts President Bill Polian has come out and denied the rumor to SI’s Peter King.

Colts president Bill Polian to me tonight on reports Peyton needs second neck surgery: “I don’t know anything about that. I honestly don’t.”

Someone is lying and I will say this, if Manning is out for any length of time, the Colts season and a lot of fantasy football seasons will be over before they started.


Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning is being re-evaluated by several doctors because of the slow progress in his rehab from offseason neck surgery, sources familiar with his medical condition told ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen.

However, the sources said that no new procedure on Manning’s neck is scheduled at this time.

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  1. Pastor C says:

    Peyton will start regardless of the I heard this or that bs. He simply is not a man to sit the bench according to his own will.

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