Indianapolis (AP) -- Peyton Manning's left knee may be sore, but it
doesn't appear to be a serious problem for the undefeated Colts.
after Manning led Indianapolis to a 31-9 win at Tennessee, coach Jim
Caldwell said he hadn't received a doctor's report regarding the knee,
something he would have expected if there were concerns.
"We have doctors that are there all the time. They certainly have taken a look at it," Caldwell said yesterday.
Manning said he hurt the knee when Titans defensive end Kyle
Vanden Bosch hit him late in the first half. Vanden Bosch was called
for roughing the passer, a penalty that helped Indy (5-0) get out from
its own seven-yard line as the Colts marched 93 yards for a touchdown
to score with 17 seconds left in the half.