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DENVER (AP) -- Denver quarterback Peyton Manning has become the third player in NFL history to throw 400 career touchdown passes.
Peyton joined Dan Marino and Brett Favre in the select group when he connected with wide receiver Demaryius Thomas for 71 yards early in third quarter to give Denver a 14-13 lead.
Favre has 508 career TD passes and Marino has 420.
Manning is the fastest to accomplish the feat. He reached the milestone in his 209th game and first with the Broncos. Marino reached 400 in his 227th game and Favre did it in his 228th game.
Manning, who signed as a free agent with Denver in March, spent his first 14 seasons with Indianapolis.
Brooks Orpik and Olli Maatta are former teammates and share a mutual respect for one another, but the two were involved in a collision early in the first period Saturday night that could result in both players missing Game 3 of the second-round series between the Capitals and Penguins.
With 4:13 gone in the opening period of Game 2 at Verizon Center, Orpik drove his left shoulder into the chin of Maatta seconds after Maatta released the puck. Maatta, 21, looked woozy as he was helped off the ice and down the tunnel for medical treatment. He did not return.
Orpik was sent to the penalty box for an interference minor. Penguins coach Mike Sullivan told NBC analyst Pierre Maguire in the second period that Orpik delivered a late hit and should have been given a 5-minute major.
Orpik, 35, could face a suspension for the hit because of its timing and the point of contact. Orpik has been suspended twice in his NHL career, but not since the 2005-06 season when he was given a three-game suspension for checking Carolina’s Erik Cole from behind. His other suspension was for one game in 2003.
If Orpik cannot play in Game 3, the Caps would need to turn to either Mike Weber or Dmitry Orlov, both healthy scratches in Game 2.
If Maatta is unable to play for Pittsburgh, look for the Penguins to go with Justin Schultz on their third defense pairing.
Show up in the Washington Wizards locker room after games and there's a good chance John Wall puts on a fashion show. The All-Star point guard often sports different and creative looks. For his latest public appearance, Wall went for the presdential look.
Wall was a guest at Saturday's White House Coorespondent dinner. The annual black tie affair brings celebrity and politics together in the nation's capitol. Wall, a guest of USA Today's, took his mother, Frances.
As for the celebrity sightings, we know Wall had at least one. Whether it shows up on a certain reality show is unclear.