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TV Review: ‘The Book of Manning’
Peyton Manning: A Biography - Lew Freedman - Google Книги
By Mark W. He turned around, pulled his shorts back up. I was scared. I was intimidated. In the affidavit for the complaint, she said Manning exposed his butt to her. She was quiet until , when she filed a defamation case against Manning, alleging he and his father disparaged her in a book.
Peyton Manning, the Quietly Christian Quarterback
Considered to be one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, he spent 14 seasons with the Indianapolis Colts and four with the Denver Broncos. Manning is also one of the NFL's most recognizable players,  earning the nickname " the Sheriff " due to his tendency to audible prior to the snap. Manning was selected first overall in the NFL Draft by the Colts, where he served as their starting quarterback from to He helped transform the struggling Colts franchise into consistent playoff contenders, leading them to 11 playoff runs, eight division titles, three AFC Championship Games , two Super Bowl appearances, and one championship title in Super Bowl XLI , the franchise's first in over three decades and first since relocating to Indianapolis. After undergoing neck surgery that sidelined him for the season, Manning was released by the Colts and signed with the Broncos.
As reported and analyzed on Saturday , Peyton Manning along with his father Archie Manning and a ghostwriter were sued for defamation in Jamie Naughright on Feb. A timeline of the key facts is also detailed below. The book—which was authored by Peyton Manning, Archie Manning and ghostwriter John Underwood a former Sports Illustrated writer, though he was not with the magazine then —depicted Naughright, although not by name, as vulgar and as behaving inappropriately. In the book, Manning described the incident.