Al-Jazeera: Intern Was Employed During Claims Of Manning HGH UseNew developments on the allegations that Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning may have used human growth hormone.
Manning Returns To Practice, Will Serve As Backup To OsweilerPeyton Manning will be active Sunday and serve as Brock Osweiler's backup when the Denver Broncos try to secure their fifth consecutive AFC West title and a first-round bye by beating San Diego.
Osweiler Has Displayed A Cool Head In Place Of ManningNothing seems to bother Brock Osweiler. Not the incessant Peyton Manning news or his leaky O-line, dropped passes or missed field goals. Not a separated left shoulder, a bum left elbow or an infected left eye.
Reporter: No HGH Claim Against Peyton ManningDeborah Davies offered a clarification on NBC's "Today" that Al Jazeera did not make a claim of human growth hormone use by Peyton Manning.
Guyer Institute Says Manning's Accuser Not Employed In 2011The founder of an Indianapolis medical facility said Monday that a former unpaid student intern who claimed Peyton Manning used a banned substance in 2011 didn't even work at the clinic until two years later.
Just What Is HGH Or Human Growth Hormone, Anyway?Al-Jazeera claims that Peyton Manning used HGH, or Human Growth Hormone, in 2011 after going through a series of major neck surgeries. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida explains why someone would use this hormone to try to aid recovery.
Peyton Manning Angrily Denies Report He Used HGH In 2011Peyton Manning strongly denied a report set to air on Al Jazeera that contends the Denver Broncos quarterback received human growth hormone through his wife during his recovery from neck fusion surgeries in 2011 in Indianapolis.