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http://www.ibtimes.com/ar...nning-out-for-season.htmIndianapolis Colts superstar quarterback Peyton Manning had another neck surgery on Sunday and is out for the season, according to an Indianapolis area radio host.
Jake Query, a radio show host for 1260 WNDE, reported on Twitter that two reputable sources told him that Manning underwent a third neck procedure on either Sunday or Monday and is subsequently out for the year.
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Peyton Manning won't play in the Colts season opener against the Houston Texans, the team says.
"A source I consider reliable told me he is out for the season," Query tweeted.
As of 7 p.m. EST, the report had yet to be verified by other mainstream media members.
The news comes hours after the Colts said Manning would miss at least the team's home opener against the Houston Texans on Sept. 11. Recently signed backup Kerry Collins is expected to start on Sunday.
Manning, who hasn't missed a start in 227 consecutive games, was understandably upset about missing the team's highly anticipated opener.
"To say I am disappointed in not being able to play is an understatement," Manning said in a statement. "The best part about football is being out there on the field with my teammates.