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Man, these commentators really make it seem like Peyton will never play again

Neither of them will win a Pulitzer anyway.

All they're doing is speculations, pure speculations. The way they're talking about it, its obvious they dont have any inside infos and are totally clueless about the case.

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Very good possibility? What's your source on that?

No source but listening to all the various sources it is possible. only PM & the Drs. know for sure but with twins he has to decide if it is really woth playing again. I hope he plays because i would hate to see his carer end this way. But at the same time i don't want him to get hurt worse by playing and th Ol not protect him and he gets hurt real bad

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