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Denver Broncos News : Star quarterback Peyton Manning says ‘no harm, no foul’ as Tom Brady apologizes

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was not affected by an email exchange between New England Patriots Tom Brady and a friend that talked about Mannings longevity. Manning said in media outlets “no harm, no foul”.

The NFLPA released documents last week that were filed on behalf of Brady against the NFL. In the email conversation, Brady wrote:

“I’ve got another 7 or 8 years. He has 2. That’s the final chapter.”

“Game on.”

For the first time, Manning addressed the issue after Broncos practice on Wednesday.

“Everybody has been speculating on that for a long time, so I guess he’s joining the list of trying to predict,” Manning said. “Hey, Tom sent me an apology text that was unnecessary. The fact his emails got revealed, that doesn’t make a lot of sense to me.”

In one of the emails, a friend of Brady’s wrote: “Manning needs things to be perfect to succeed, weather, his system, etc.” Brady’s response to the email was that “we are some hard working grinders beav. That’s what our team is all about. Our best is still ahead of us.”

“No harm, no foul, I didn’t think a lot of it,” Manning said. “Somebody said I was roasted, I’ve been roasted before and that is not roasted. I haven’t been on a Comedy Central roast, but I’ve been to a couple private dinners and banquets where I didn’t know it was going to turn into a roast of me, but it did. I can promise you that email was amateur night compared to some of the things that were said about me.”

Though the rivalry between Manning and Brady has existed, the quarterbacks are friends.

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