“Yes, I have been a patient under Dr. Guyer. I have had nutrient therapy, oxygen therapy and other treatments that are holistic in nature but never HGH. My wife (Ashley) has never provided any medication for me to take. Ashley and I never attended the clinic together after hours. There were times when I went in the morning and there were times when I went after practice so this thing about ‘after hours’ is so misleading because it may have been 5:15 pm because their office closed at 5,” clarified Manning.

Manning’s response appeared to of confusion. When asked about his wife’s involvement, Manning was caught in a sticky wicket and failed to answer convincingly.

“Any medical treatments that my wife received, that’s her business,” he said. “That has nothing to do with me. Nothing that’s been sent to her or [that] my wife has used have I ever taken. Absolutely not. I have my treatments that I do, she may have hers and that is her business. There’s no connection between the two.”

Ian Rapoport, NFL reporter, later confirmed that Ashley Manning was indeed a patient of the clinic.