While sports news networks were making a big deal of Peyton Manning's 39th birthday March 24, creating as many storylines as possible about No. 18's chances for a good season, the five-time NFL MVP was making a big deal of a much more important storyline - the U.S. Military soldiers who were wounded while serving their country. There was no riding a camel into a celebrity-packed party for Peyton Manning last week on his birthday. No monster cake with 39 candles to blow out. The Denver Broncos quarterback wouldn't even let Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. James A. Winnefeld...
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