Manning’s Arm Strength Improving

Three sources with knowledge of Colts QB Peyton Manning’s rehab said that he’s improved steadily in recent weeks in regaining strength in his grip and triceps, the two areas weakened by nerve damage according to Albert Breer of NFL Network.

The result has been heightened throwing strength, though the rate of improvement, a key in all of this, is unclear. But it’s been enough to have those around the quarterback convinced that he’ll be ready to play in 2012. One source said Manning “feels good” about where he is in the recovery process.

Manning has staged his most recent workouts in South Florida, where he has an offseason home. He worked out near Duke University earlier in the offseason as well, with David Cutcliffe, his offensive coordinator as a collegian at Tennessee, overseeing the sessions.

The quarterback has tried to work with different people over the past two months, in order to have more opinions on how he can improve.

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