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Favre Schmarve: What’s the Real Deal With Peyton Manning’s Injury?
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Jul 16th 2008 10:45AM by Stephanie Stradley (author feed)
Filed under: Colts, AFC South, Fantasy Football, NFL InjuriesAfter wide receiver Marvin Harrison’s on-going issues with his knee last year, Colts fans (and fantasy football junkies) have to be a little skittish about what the team reveals about Peyton Manning’s bursa sac surgery to his left knee last Monday. Their medical staff expects Manning to have “a full and complete return to action in four to six weeks,” and that Manning should be available for the opener.

Of course, those burnt on the Colts overly optimistic estimates of Harrison’s return approach this sort of talk with skepticism.

The Colts have said only generalized information about the surgery, and haven’t said whether Manning’s surgery was done openly or arthoscopically, or which bursa sac was removed. This semi-disgusting article about bursa sac removal suggests that someone should allow 6 to 8 weeks for healing, and that rest is an important part of the recovery.

The backup quarterbacks for the Colts are Jim Sorgi, last year’s practice squader Josh Betts, and San Jose State rookie free agent Adam Tafralis. The Indy Star has a nice post-surgery Q&A about the Colts’ options here, including the statement that the Colts aren’t intending to get more quarterback help, but that they might consider it after Colts president Bill Polian meets with coach Tony Dungy next week.Continue Reading




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