Peyton Manning Rumors: Peyton's Agent Says He's Healed Up, But Still Needs Lots Of Rehab

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning has been and is likely to be a focal point of Super Bowl week and the upcoming NFL offseason, with questions abounding about what's to happen next. His agent, Tom Condon, spoke with the NFL Network on Friday in Indianapolis to discuss the injured quarterback's current situation and what the next step very well might be.

First, Condon explains where Peyton is in his healing process.

Per Jason La Canfora on Twitter:

Condon mentioned that latest injury report was a response that it would be foolish or dangerous for him to play football again. That's great to hear, but that doesn't necessarily mean he'll be suiting up anytime soon:

Condon would also note that it could take up to a year for Peyton to be ready to play again, putting him on schedule to miss another full season.

The Colts are also considering pushing back the date of Peyton's big bonus, $28 million to be exact, which Condon says they are fine with. Still, he would admit he doesn't know when a meeting could take place:

For more on the Peyton/Colts situation, head over to Stampede Blue. For more on the Super Bowl & the NFL, check out SB Nation's NFL hub.

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