Peyton Manning (sore foot) day-to-day after not practicing
Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak says quarterback Peyton Manning is listed as day-to-day with a sore foot after playing Sunday’s game on turf at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Kubiack told reporters Wednesday.
Manning was held out of Wednesday’s practice because the team practiced indoors. He is still likely to start against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 10.
The Broncos look to rebound after dropping their first game of the season to the Colts, who drafted Manning out of Tennessee with the No. 1 pick in the 1998 NFL draft.
With a victory and three yards on Sunday, Manning will become the winningest quarterback in NFL history and surpass Brett Favre’s career total of 71,838 passing yards.
Manning and Favre are currently tied with 186 career wins.
- Christopher Chavez