ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the NFL has determined Peyton Manning did not use HGH or any other performance-enhancing drugs.
Peyton Manning will announce his retirement Monday in Denver.
The Denver Post's Troy Renck reports "the Broncos, for all intents and purposes, have moved on" from Peyton Manning.
NFL Network's James Palmer reports the Broncos have yet to inform Peyton Manning that they will cut him if he continues his career.
In an interview with ESPN's Mike and Mike, Adam Schefter said "in a perfect world" Peyton Manning would "like to keep playing."
NFL Network's James Palmer reports Peyton Manning is not expected to make his retirement decision this week.
A source tells Profootballtalk Peyton Manning hasn't made a decision on retirement.
The Denver Post reports Peyton Manning will retire.
Speaking Thursday, Broncos GM John Elway said Peyton Manning "still needs more time" on his retirement decision.
According to Ben Volin of the Boston Globe, Peyton Manning will have options if he decides to keep playing.
Broncos GM John Elway said there is "no deadline" for Peyton Manning to make his retirement decision.
On the TODAY Show, Peyton Manning said he will not make his decision on retirement for "a few more weeks."
Peyton Manning completed 13-of-23 passes for 141 yards and an interception in the Broncos' Super Bowl win over the Panthers, 24-10.
Charlie Sly, the main source of the Al Jazeera documentary which alleges Peyton Manning used HGH, does not believe the investigators the Manning camp sent to his parents' house were intended to intimidate him into cooperation.