Peyton Manning recovering from a second neck surgery in the past 15 months.
The Indianapolis Colts quarterback informed The Indianapolis Star today that a â€œminimally invasiveâ€™â€™ procedure was performed on Monday to address a disk-related issue in Manning's neck. Previously, the New Orleans native underwent surgery on March 3, 2010, to relieve pain caused by a pinched nerve.
The 35-year old has never missed an NFL game, starting all 227 (including 19 playoff games) in his career with the Colts.
In an effort to keep the league first four-time MVP, Indianapolis placed the franchise tag on Manning before the NFL imposed the on-going lockout.
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