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NFL: Ankle op for Giants' Manning

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning was set for an arthroscopic procedure on his left ankle on Thursday to deal with a nagging sprain. Manning suffered a high left ankle sprain in the Giants' NFL regular-season finale against Washington in December. He said efforts to rehabilitate the injury over the past three months had failed to free him from discomfort and so opted for the procedure. "The doc tells me I should be running in about six weeks," Manning said.

NFL: Broncos agree to deal with top receiver Sanders

Denver Broncos continued to rebuild their squad after last month's Super Bowl defeat, announcing on Sunday they have agreed to terms on a three-year deal with former Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Emmanuel Sanders. The National Football League squad had already bolstered its defensive unit by signing free agent linebacker DeMarcus Ware and cornerback Aqib Talib. Bringing in Sanders, whose deal is contingent upon passing a physical, will help the Broncos replace Eric Decker, whom Denver lost in free agency to the New York Jets.

Denver Broncos - PlayerWatch

QB Peyton Manning passed his physical exam Monday, planned primarily to gauge the status of his surgically repaired neck, and is cleared to play in 2014.

Denver Broncos - PlayerWatch

QB Peyton Manning passed his physical exam Monday, planned primarily to gauge the status of his surgically repaired neck, and is cleared to play in 2014.

Denver Broncos - PlayerWatch

QB Peyton Manning passed his physical exam Monday, planned primarily to gauge the status of his surgically repaired neck, and is cleared to play in 2014.

Broncos' Manning gets physical all-clear for 2014 season

(Reuters) - Peyton Manning, who led the Denver Broncos to an appearance in last month's Super Bowl, has been fully cleared to play next season, according to a report on the National Football League's website on Monday. The 37-year-old quarterback's annual checkup was mandated as part of the five-year, $96 million contract he signed in 2012 after missing the 2011 NFL season following multiple surgeries on his neck.

Denver Broncos - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Denver Broncos - INSIDE SLANT A Denver Broncos public-relations staffer had already said, "Last question," and head coach John Fox had already answered it. It looked as if the season-ending press conference for Fox and executive vice president John Elway was over. Then, Elway piped up. "And I'll say one thing," Elway interjected, and he was on with a rambling statement that was part reflection, part assessment and part manifesto for the next 12 months.

Denver Broncos - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Denver Broncos - INSIDE SLANT A Denver Broncos public-relations staffer had already said, "Last question," and head coach John Fox had already answered it. It looked as if the season-ending press conference for Fox and executive vice president John Elway was over. Then, Elway piped up. "And I'll say one thing," Elway interjected, and he was on with a rambling statement that was part reflection, part assessment and part manifesto for the next 12 months.

New Orleans Saints - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New Orleans Saints - INSIDE SLANT The New Orleans Saints were happy, but not overjoyed, at what they were able to accomplish in 2013 after a miserable season one year earlier. They were thrilled to finish 11-5 and get to the NFC divisional playoffs after a suspension-riddled 2012 season produced a 7-9 record and left them out of the playoffs for the first time since 2008.

Elway's contract extended by Broncos, adds GM title

(Reuters) - The future of the Denver Broncos is more firmly than ever in the hands of John Elway after the National Football League franchise extended his contract and expanded his role. The Hall of Fame quarterback's contract as executive vice-president of football operations has been extended by three years, through the 2017 season, following Denver's trip this month to the Super Bowl. Elway's role has also been expanded to include the general manager title, the club announced on Wednesday.
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