INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Peyton Manning's left knee is just fine.
The three-time league MVP gave himself a clean bill of health Wednesday after finishing the only scheduled practice during the Colts' bye week.
Manning had said after Sunday night's game that he would have treatment after getting hit in the knee late in the first half. He finished the game, threw for 300 yards for the fifth straight time and showed no indication of being hurt.
On Tuesday, team president Bill Polian said there was no problem with the knee - a comment reiterated by Manning and coach Jim Caldwell on Wednesday.