ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- The best way to measure Peyton Manning's impact on the Denver Broncos this offseason was by what didn't happen. There was no repeat of his 2012 arrival in Denver. Younger teammates weren't awed when he first walked into the building for workouts. There wasn't giddy anticipation when Manning tossed perfectly thrown passes in practice. There also was no mystery about whether he could survive a full season with a surgically repaired neck. "Everything is different now," said Broncos head coach John Fox. "Back then you didn't know for certain what he could do."...
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