If you're still intrigued, the neck injury is shooting pain down Peyton's throwing arm. I have not, as yet, determined if this injury was exacerbated by the numerous hits Peyton took against the Texans last week. I received this information earlier in the week, and decided to sit on it until today. I wanted to see if the Colts would mention the injury (or anything related to it) on the weekly injury reports. As you can see, there is no mention of Peyton with any kind of injury. We will stay on this rumor and push to get more information. Obviously, I cannot tell you who this source is. My apologies. But, I don't see any reason for this source to lie to me about this kind of thing. If the rumor turns out to be bogus, I will write an apology to readers and take my lumps for being a 'rumor monger.' However, when I saw Peyton lying face down in the turf last week against the Texans last week, I did not see a healthy QB. Peyton looks hurt, and right now I'm telling you he is hurt. That said, watch him go out there against the Giants and throw for 400 yards and 4 touchdowns. No one will ever question Big P's toughness around here. The guy once played with a broken jaw. Peyton eats lighting and craps thunder.That's what we wrote back on Sept. 17th, 2010. We got that information from a source whose identity we shall maintain confidential. Don Banks of SI validated our report in Dec. 2010, and today the news broke Peyton had surgery on his neck. Peyton and Jim Irsay claim the injury did not happen during the 2010 regular season. Yeah, riiiiiiiiight.