Explosive court documents reveal Peyton Manning’s dirty past

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Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning’s squeaky clean image has taken a serious hit in a lengthy piece by Shaun King of the New York Daily News that details how Manning and his family went to great lengths to protect his image after an alleged sexual assault that happened while he was at the University of Tennessee.

King writes in the article: “But when the documents were sent to me on Tuesday, two days after the Super Bowl, it was immediately clear to me that had the world actually known what they contained, it’s doubtful that Peyton would have ever been the ‘swell, golly, gee-whiz’ pitchman for Nationwide Insurance, DirecTV or Papa John’s Pizza.

“As his career winds down, we're left to grapple with the reality that there is credible evidence that Peyton and the Manning family knowingly, willingly, wantonly ruined the good name and career of Dr. Jamie Naughright, a respected scholar, speaker, professor, and trainer of some of the best athletes in the world.”

This New York Daily News video has more: