Peyton Manning is breaking his silence once again on those accusations that he used HGH in 2011. The Broncos quarterback spoke out on ESPN on Dec. 27 and denied the accusations, saying the lies make him ‘sick.’
Peyton Manning, 39, doesn’t have time for nonsense. The Denver Broncos quarterback gave his first on-air interview on Dec. 27 since those HGH allegations surfaced, and he fiercely denied the Al Jazeera report. He said he is “disgusted” by the accusations and is furious that his wife was brought into this web of lies.
Right off the bat, Peyton was asked what his reaction was to the HGH accusations. He replied: “I think I rotated at least being angry, furious but disgusted is really how I feel, sickened by it. I’m not sure how I can understand how someone can make something up about somebody and admit that he made it and yet somehow it gets published in a story. I don’t understand that.”
Peyton fervently denied ever using HGH or performance-enhancing drugs. The Al Jazeera report linked Peyton to a doping ring, and alleged that he received HGH shipped under his wife’s name in 2011. Peyton missed the 2011 NFL season due to neck injuries.
“It’s completely fabricated,” he said on ESPN regarding the report. “[It’s] complete trash, garbage. There’s some more adjectives I’d like to be able to use. It makes me sick. It makes me sick that it brings Ashley into it. Her medical history, her medical privacy’s being violated and that makes me sick.”
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