Colts Still Expecting P. Manning Back By Regular Season
The Indianapolis Colts break their training camp today in Terre Haute, Ind.
They will do so without quarterback Peyton Manning having participated in any practices since undergoing surgery just before camp to have an infected bursa sac removed from his left knee.
Coach Tony Dungy said during a news conference Thursday that Manning has been lifting weights and doing some throwing as part of his rehabilitation program, and remains on course to return by the regular season. Dungy said that Manning could be a couple weeks from being cleared to practice.
The Colts open the regular season on Sept. 7. Manning never has missed a game during his NFL career.
By Mark Maske |
August 15, 2008; 12:29 PM ET
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