INDIANAPOLIS - (April 1) Following on the heels of two other elite athletes - Tiger Woods, professional golfer and Ben Roethlisberger, professional footbal player - Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning is involved in a controversy with another woman. But unlike Woods and Roethlisberger, Manning's "sin" did not involve adultry. According to a Stampede Blue confidential source, what Manning did was impersonate a dancer.
The Stampede Blue confidential source - a man who would only identify himself as "Rodriguez" - forwarded pictures of Manning displaying alleged "dance" moves with an unidentified woman. In a voicemail left with Stampede Blue, Rodriguez went on to say "En un muy, muy mal gusto club de baile, vi a Peyton en la pista de baile. Estaba girando, balanceándose, recogiendo un pie tras el otro hacia fuera o el ritmo de la música. El hombre se mueve la danza se patética y terrible a la vista". A rough translation of that statement insults the venue, Manning's dance moves, and implies negative judgements about his rythmic abilities.
Rodriguez goes on to say "Hombre esta muy muy blanco."
Photo of suspected Manning accuser "Rodriguez", confidential source to Stampede Blue News.
When asked to comment, Manning agent Tom Condon denied the accusation, then upon hearing the voicemail, criticized the idea that Rodriguez was genuinely Latino. "Native spanish speakers," said Condon, "tend not to mangle spanish grammar so badly. Furthermore, they speak with a spanish (emphasis Condon's), not Louisiana accent!".
Attempts to contact Manning himself have not met with any response.