Any player who has ever had the honor of lining up

  •  Peyton Manning hollering out audibles at him will tell you that the man made them. Manning is known around football circles as one of - if not the best - quarterback to ever line up under center , and while the debate will rage on for decades as to Manning's place in the annals of football history, there is no one who will ever doubt his ability to throw touchdown passes (during the regular season, at least).Last Sunday night Gary Jennings Jr. Jersey , Manning broke Brett Favre's touchdown pass record. He took the equivalent of nearly four seasons less that Favre to accomplish the feat, all while playing the last few years with a surgically repaired neck (so imagine how much sooner he would have broken it had he not missed an entire regular season).As good as Manning has been throughout his illustrious career, though , he has plenty of people around him that he needs to thank - specifically the 45 men who've caught at least one touchdown pass from him since he broke into the NFL in 1998. Truth be told, Manning has had an elite supporting cast around him practically his entire professional career, and while he is usually the one moulding good athletes into great ones Ugo Amadi Jersey , there's still some credit that should be given out to some of the elite playmakers he's been teamed up with over the years.While the list of players who've caught a TD pass from the future Hall of Famer is a long one, it has been narrowed down to ten of the finest who've suited up and caught a TD pass from Manning. Based on the way Manning has been playing as of late, there might be room for a few more names down the road if he can keep playing at a high level for a couple more years.*Keep in mind that this list takes into account the entirety of the player's career , not just his production while playing with Peyton. Indians starting first baseman Yonder Alonso will miss at least three games after being placed on the family-medical-emergency list.

    Cleveland made the move Friday before opening a three-game series against Minnesota. The AL Central-leading Indians also activated center fielder Tyler Naquin from the disabled list. He had been sidelined with a hamstring injury since May 11.

    Erik Gonzalez started the opener at first in place of Alonso, who is in his first season with Cleveland.

    By major league rules, Alonso will have to miss a minimum of three days and a maximum of seven.

    Alonso is batting .248 with 11 homers and 37 RBIs in 65 games.

    Naquin was hurt running the bases in Kansas City last month. He’s batting .333 (25 of 75) with two homers and 11 RBIs in 30 games. He recently appeared in six games on a rehab assignment at Double-A Akron and Triple-A Columbus.