Two-time Super Bowl Champion quarterback Peyton Manning was cleared by the NFL of charges that he used performance enhancing drugs.
Following a seven month investigation into the charges, the league announced on Monday there was “no credible evidence” that the recently retired signal caller used human growth hormone, or any other banned substance.
Here’s the NFL’s official statement clearing Peyton Manning of any PED usage pic.twitter.com/FIm4eqtha7
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The NFL credited the Mannings with fully cooperating into the probe, providing “interviews and access to all records sought by the investigators.”
The Al-Jazeera America documentary alleged that Manning’s wife was supplied with HGH by a Vancouver-based pharmacist. The league said that other players cited in the Al-Jazeera America report are still being investigated.
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