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Will Peyton Manning be the player we remember?

When Peyton Manning takes his initial snap with the Denver Broncos in September, it will mark the quarterback's first action in a meaningful NFL game since the 2010 playoffs.

The Broncos invested a whole mess of money in Manning under the assumption he'll be close to the same player who re-wrote record books with the Indianapolis Colts for 14 seasons.

It was reported Tuesday that Manning's arm strength is at 85 to 90 percent, with no promise it will improve beyond that. Considering the lingering concerns over his troublesome neck, is it safe to assume Manning will be the same player we last saw with the Colts?

In their latest edition of "He Said, He Said," Around The League's Dan Hanzus and Marc Sessler offer two opinions on a hot-buzz topic in the NFL.

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