Broncos QB Manning passed concussion test during game

The Sports Xchange
The SportsXchange

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning took a concussion test at halftime of Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs but did not miss a snap.
Manning took a hit to the back of his helmet during the first half of the 17-9 victory and later passed the team's concussion protocols, according to the Denver Post.
"I'm fine," he said. "Everything checked out OK. I took a hit there, but I was cleared."
More than a year ago, Manning had a neck-fusion operation that kept him out of action for all of 2011.
Manning threw for 285 yards with two touchdowns as the Broncos (8-3) won their sixth straight game.
Manning is second on the all-time list with 149 wins as a starting quarterback. He passed his boss, Broncos vice president John Elway, on the list Sunday. Brett Favre (186) is the all-time leader.

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