A spokesman for Manning said that Ashley Manning was a client at the clinic and had a prescription, but declined to say for what.
“It makes me sick that it brings Ashley into it,” Manning said. “Any medical treatment that my wife received, that’s her business. That has nothing to do with me.”
Sly has since said that he fabricated stories of Manning’s involvement and said that claims he supplied athletes with performance-enhancing drugs are “false and incorrect.” Manning said on Sunday that he has never met Sly and had never heard of him before Saturday.
Offensive lineman Senio Kelemete was lined up in an eligible position as an extra blocker, as he had been on first down. That’s fine, but as a player wearing an ineligible number, he has to report to the referees that he’s lining up in an eligible position each and every time he does it. The Saints felt he did this, but the referees apparently didn’t.
If Kelemete did signal to the refs that he was supposed to be eligible, ESPN’s cameras didn’t catch it, but it also wouldn’t be the first time this season the NFL’s refs failed to notice a player signaling their eligibility.
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Elite Mens Michael Carter-Williams Jersey On fourth-and-1, the Saints were set to run a play, but Detroit called a timeout. One problem: The Lions had already called all three timeouts.
Surprisingly, there is no penalty for an NFL team calling an additional timeout, with the exception of teams calling faux timeouts to freeze a kicker. (That’s considered unsportsmanlike conduct and worth a 15-yard penalty.) The only result is that the timeout isn’t rewarded. It’s the referees’ job to understand that there are no timeouts remaining and not stop play. Whichever referee blew the play dead made a mistake.