Report: Manning's arm strength improving
Peyton Manning's arm strength has been getting better, according to Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star.
Kravitz tweeted out that Manning, who is in Florida working out, is improving and "throwing much much better." Previous reports had said Manning's neck has healed, but that regeneration of the nerves to build back his arm strength is the next necessary step to him resuming his NFL career.
If the arm strength is coming back, then that certainly makes Thursday much more interesting, because an even somewhat healthy Manning might force the Indianapolis Colts to rethink the possibility of jettisoning their star quarterback without at least considering the idea of keeping him by paying the $28 million roster bonus due that day.
It would also put a different spin on what to do with the first pick. If the St. Louis Rams are asking a king's ransom for the No. 2 pick to get Robert Griffin III, then what could the Colts command in return for giving up the right to select Andrew Luck?
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com