After being held out for part of practice Thursday with a thigh injury, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is participating in individual drills Friday, a signal he may be a full participant in practice this time*.
Everyone can exhale, Peyton Manning participating in individual drills this morning at practice.— Chris Hall (@BroncosTV) December 19, 2014
Manning injured his thigh during the Broncos' 22-10 victory over the San Diego Chargers, a game in which he experienced "flu-like symptoms" that may have contributed to the injury. He missed four snaps at the end of the first half, he said due to the injury.
Manning was officially listed as limited on the Broncos-Bengals injury report from Thursday. Broncos coach John Fox called the quarterback "day-to-day,", and Manning indicated he "certainly hopes" to play vs. the Cincinnati Bengals Monday.
Peyton Manning showing no problems- moving well, relatively speaking— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) December 19, 2014
Fox will provide an update on Manning and every Broncos player's status after practice.
*Update: Manning was again limited. Baby steps, right?