The NFL have spoken. And they have declared that Peyton Manning did not use Human Growth Hormone.
Manning was just one of several athletes named in an Al-Jazeera documentary that came out last year about the use of HGH and performance enhancing drugs in professional sport.
The League finally concluded their investigation into the claims and have found in favour of the now-retired quarterback.
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According to the Al-Jazeera report, Manning received shipments of Human Growth Hormone from an Indianapolis anti-aging clinic to his family home which was sent under the name of his wife, Ashley, in 2011.
In a statement tweeted out by Albert Breer, the NFL thanked Manning for his cooperation and said they found no credible information he used HGH or any other PEDs.
Other athletes named in the exposé include Green Bay Packers' linebackers Julius Peppers and Clay Matthews, as well as Pittsburgh Steelers veteran James Harrison. Those three cases
Those three cases will be held differently to Manning's because the former Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos quarterback retired in the offseason.
Manning walked away from the game after winning the second Super Bowl of his career as the Broncos triumphed over Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers.
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