Originally posted on CBS Denver:
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) – Peyton Manning is about to face his first pass rush in 579 days.
The four-time MVP makes his Denver Broncos debut in the preseason opener at Chicago on Thursday. If he has an extra pep in his step or anticipates a larger than usual adrenaline rush against the Bears, he’s not showing it.
He insists it’s simply the next steppingstone in his comeback in Denver after missing all of last season with a nerve injury in his neck that weakened his throwing arm and led to his tearful farewell from the Indianapolis Colts.
He’d like to face some challenging situations during his cameo appearance at Soldier Field, and if he happens to get hit, he’s certain he can bounce right back up.
Broncos boss John Elway and Denver’s coaches will certainly cringe whenever that first big blast comes, but durability is really the only question mark…
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