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Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has been implicated in a recent documentary accusing him of doping.
Star quarterback Peyton Manning has been implicated in a recent documentary accusing him of doping. The documentary from Al Jazeera alleges that he used HGH to recover from a neck injury that could’ve ended his career. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian (The Point) hosts of The Young Turks discuss.
The NFL says it is 'reviewing' the controversial claims reported by Al Jazeera television that Peyton Manning received shipments of human-growth hormone.
Manning is getting strong support from an unlikely ally, New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady. Brady told Boston radio station WEEI: 'I fully support Peyton. He's been one of the best players to ever play the game. Nobody has more respect for Peyton than I do.'
Manning denies the claims, saying the whole story is fabricated and plans on suing Al Jazeera.
In the Al Jazeera documentary, Charlie Sly, a former pharmacy intern at Indianapolis medical clinic The Guyer, claims Manning was given Human Growth Hormones during treatment for neck injuries. In a video posted on YouTube, Sly recanted his comments, saying there was no truth to them.