UPDATE: The Colts now say there was no second infection. They say:
The second procedure (tacking of the skin to eliminate the bursal space) was designed to ensure the complete and swift resolution of the bursal problem. The procedure was successful. The second procedure was in now way, shape or form, related to the infection. The second procedure did not delay his rehabilitation or recovery materially. It also should be noted emphatically that, at no time, did he have MRSA.
I give up.
I no longer know nor care what happened. Unless something new happens with Peyton's knee, I can't see that has made any real difference in this season. It's hilarious that after last week's game, several people brought up the knee again, a week after declaring him fine. The Colts problem is not, nor ever has been Peyton's knee. It's the freaking line, who is getting better in pass pro, but still can't run block.