Is the NFL's decision to clear Peyton Manning suspicious? | The Tylt
The NFL cleared Peyton Manning from human-growth hormone and other performance enhancing drug allegations for lack of "credible evidence." After a seven-month investigation, some fans are happy the freshly-retired quarterback is cleared. But others are suspicious of the NFL's quiet investigation. What do you think? Vote now, and check out the perspectives below.
Is the NFL's decision to clear Peyton Manning suspicious?
The NFL's statement:
Some fans are happy the investigation is over.
Others are using his physique as evidence he hasn’t used HGH.
Maybe he’s that good of a player.
But people are suspicious of NFL’s decision. Was there really a lack of a “credible evidence”?
NFL finds no "credible evidence" of HGH use by Peyton Manning. Translation: NFL thinks intern not credible. Cooperation obviously key here.— Andrew Brandt (@AndrewBrandt) July 25, 2016
Dear Peyton Manning defenders: Stop saying how Charlie Sly "recanted" statements. It's what ANYONE would do after being secretly videotaped— ChuckModi (@ChuckModi1) July 25, 2016
Critics question why Peyton’s case has remained secret while Tom Brady’s Deflategate scandal was widely talked about in the open.
NFL clears Peyton Manning in 7 months for his PED/HGH stuff, yet we're still talking about deflategate. Hmmmm 🤔🤔🤔🤔— Eroc RDT (@BarstoolRDT) July 25, 2016
Certainly fair to ask why the Tom Brady investigation was made public and the Peyton Manning investigation hasn't been.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) July 25, 2016