Last week, conflicting reports and accounts emerged regarding the question of whether Colts quarterback
may continue medically playing quarterback for the Colts, or for another team.
Peyton’s brother, Eli, has chimed in during a Monday night appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman.
“Everything’s good to go,” Eli said, via the New York Daily News. “He got a good report from his doctor, said, ‘Hey, you know, if you were my own son, I’d give you the okay to play,’ and so he’ll be ready. He’s healthy, now it’s just about getting to 100 percent where he can physically make all the throws.
“He’s doing well. He’s rehabbing. He was in good spirits all weekend, got to be with him a little bit, and, you know, he’s just trying to get 100 percent. He wants to play football – and I think he will.”