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NFL Network Looks at Manning's Recovery

Posted Jan 11, 2013

Saturday morning, NFL Network will air a feature on quarterback Peyton Manning's road to recovery.

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- This Saturday, the Broncos will take on the Baltimore Ravens in the Divisional Round of the AFC playoffs. It's one more checkpoint in Manning's comeback season.

The first steps in that comeback began with his old quarterbacks coach from the University of Tennessee, David Cutcliffe.

Manning and Cutcliffe worked together at the University of Duke as the the quarterback rehabbed his way back to form. While very few people knew the work was going on, cameras were rolling the entire time.

Saturday morning, NFL Network aired a feature on Manning's Road to Recovery featuring some of that footage for the first time on television.

It includes a look at Manning's play-by-play reenactment of the 2009 AFC Championship Game, featuring help from teammate Brandon Stokley.

You can watch the full feature now on DenverBroncos.com.