INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Peyton Manning still hasn't made it to Colts training camp.
The two-time league MVP missed his second straight day of practice Saturday.
He's recovering from knee surgery on an infected bursa sac. Doctors told him to stay home.
Neither he nor coach Tony Dungy has said when Manning is expected at camp.
Manning spoke about the injury during a conference call Thursday.
Since a five-day holdout before signing his rookie contract in 1998, Manning has rarely missed a practice or team meeting.
He has started every regular-season game over his 10 seasons -- behind only Brett Favre's record 253 consecutive starts.
Jim Sorgi, who has backed up Manning the last four seasons, has replaced Manning at practice. Indy also signed two veteran quarterbacks, Quinn Gray and Jared Lorenzen, on Thursday.