Looks good and his arm strength keeps improving. He still has 5 months to work on it too, the guy will be back.
Manning has always been known to be a perfectionist in how he practices... I always had my QB's wear everything as much as possible, because it simulates the game time mechanics and vision... i.e. if you don't wear pads outside of the game, you get a false sense of security throwing the ball - with pads on, there's a slight change/difference. Additionally, seeing through the face cage with the helmet rattling around your head and not forgetting the weight, it's just a way to simulate things as much as possible.
Tony on Hartline:
"We asked this guy to block the defensive end about 5 or 6 times yesterday in the game by himself ... I'll be God darned, I mean that guy just went in there and threw every ounce of his body into that thing and really did a heck of a job".
Follow me at www.twitter.com/robi2184, always updating Dolfans with the latest Miami Dolphins news.
Zach Thomas: I played against New England twice a year every year my whole career. I learned to not like that team. I wasn't going to join them.
I think perhaps people are misunderstanding the point I'm trying to make here. This video, to me, is a false attempt at a "hidden" or "amateur" video. I think it was a planned release by Peyton to show that he's able to throw where some have said he can't. Him wearing the #18 jersey is only "weird," in other words, if he didn't plan to be on video.
As one poster said, I might be reading too much into this. That's certainly possible. But why accept the official story in cases like this, especially where there's so much on the line? Question everything.
Sign him the second he is cut