Corey Liuget won’t be fined for strike on Peyton Manning
Denver Broncos halt manager Jack Del Rio pronounced Monday he asked a NFL to examination a strike on Peyton Manning that aggravated a quarterback‘s ankle damage Sunday in a win over a San Diego Chargers.
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Late in a fourth quarter, Chargers defensive finish Corey Liuget strike Manning low on an attempted sack. There was no dwindle on a play.
The NFL reportedly told Denver Post contributor Mike Kliss a strike was authorised since Liuget done initial hit to Manning’s thigh area, afterwards wrapped his arms next a knee. The initial hit above a knee was pivotal to a play being deemed legal. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday morning, per a chairman sensitive of a situation, that Liuget won’t be fined.
Though Manning suffered a elementary worsening of a ankle damage he’s dealt with this season, he “will start Sunday” opposite a undefeated Kansas City Chiefs, a source sensitive of a damage told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport on Monday.