Over the weekend, a story was published in the New York Daily News about an alleged sexual assault incident involving Peyton Manning. The alleged assault happened in 1996, when Manning was still at the University of Tennessee. The report says Manning placed his naked genitals on the face of a female athletic trainer while she was examining him for an injury. The quarterback denied doing this and was not subject to a police investigation but was later sued by the trainer. The title of the article is "Peyton Manning’s squeaky-clean image was built on lies, as detailed in explosive court documents showing ugly smear campaign against his alleged sex assault victim."

Former Vikings punter, Chris Kluwe, took to Twitter to sound off on the situation. Warning his tweets contain strong language.



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