The NFL has officially released a statement in which they've cleared Peyton Manning of HGH, and other PED, allegations citing "no credible evidence" in an Al-Jazeera America report that his wife received HGH deliveries in 2011.

According to the league, both Manning and his wife were fully cooperative during the investigation and medical records that they received didn't show any evidence of a violation.

Back in December, Al-Jazeera America infamously reported that the now retired QB was using HGH. However the intern who started this whole mess, Charles Sly, recanted his statements and said that he fabricated them to impress a potential business partner. 

Among those named in the Al-Jazeera America report include players like Clay Matthews, Julius Peppers, and James Harrison who are all still under investigation by the NFL.

You can check out the league's entire statement regarding Peyton Manning's case below.