Some have called it a non-story. Others think there's more to it.
Wherever you fall on the whole Peyton Manning HGH controversy, get ready for it to start creeping into your timeline again because the NFL says it will open its own investigation into allegations that the Broncos QB received the illegal drug at his house during his days with the Colts.
Whether you trust the NFL or not to run an unbiased and thorough investigation—in light of the one they ran regarding Tom Brady and Deflategate—is another story, but it looks like the league is going to sniff around the whole Manning controversy while he prepares for possibly his final game in Super Bowl 50 Feb. 7 against the Panthers.
According to the Indianapolis Star, league spokesman Brian McCarthy said the inquiry, "which began two weeks ago, involves reviews of records, interviews and coordination with other agencies."
Manning was blindsided by the controversy in December following a report from Al Jazeera America that accused him of receiving shipments of HGH at his house that were addressed to his wife. Manning has adamantly denied the allegations.
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