After four neck surgeries in the span of a few years, Peyton Manning doesn't know if he will ever be the player he was in Indianapolis. Which I'm sure is fine with the Broncos since he was pretty darn good for them last year. Manning also said he is still in "get-stronger rehab mode," according to the Broncos' official website. But arm strength doesn't seem to be a problem for him right now, according to wide receiver Eric Decker , who said Manning "definitely" had more zip on his throws when the two worked out earlier this spring.
"I think some of those throws that he fits in the holes, you feel a little more zip on it, and he is getting it to you quicker," Decker said.
Chalk another one up to Manning feeling more comfortable heading into this second season in Denver. He says he is still rehabbing, still recovering, still working to get reach his previous form -- and the man was spectacular last season. It's hard to believe, but all arrows are pointing up for Manning at the age of 37.