Colts' Manning has sore knee, not seriously injured
By MICHAEL MAROT, AP Sports Writer
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Colts coach Jim Caldwell said Peyton Manning's left knee was sore but not seriously injured after Sunday's night victory at Tennessee.
The three-time MVP said after the game he needed medical treatment on the knee. Manning said he was hurt late in the first half when Titans defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch hit him in the knee. Vanden Bosch drew a 15-yard penalty for the hit.
Manning still finished 36 of 44 for 309 yards with three touchdowns and one interception. It was Manning's fifth straight 300-yard game.
Caldwell did not elaborate on the injury other than to say he had not gotten a report from the doctors. The Colts have a bye week and won't play again until Oct. 25 at St. Louis.