By ARNIE STAPLETON
AP Pro Football Writer
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- The Denver Broncos broke camp Friday and Peyton Manning's excitement was muted.
The four-time MVP thought he'd be able to practice out of sight now that seemingly every step -- and throw -- of his comeback has been described, dissected and discussed over the last 3 1/2 weeks.
No such luck.
The media are allowed to watch practice for two more weeks before the regular season rules kick in, with all but the first few minutes off-limits.
"So, the analysis of practices will continue, and I'll look forward to that," Manning cracked.
How Manning's well-chronicled comeback goes is one of the biggest story lines in the NFL this season. That, along with how the Saints confront their bounty suspensions and how Tim Tebow, Manning's predecessor in Denver, handles the Big Apple.