Eli Manning likes what the Giants are doing
Now that former New York Giants’ quarterback Eli Manning is retired from football, he has been sitting back and watching Big Blue try and rebuild this offseason and he believes they’re headed in the right direction.
“I’m excited about what they’ve done in free agency. They’ve added a few key players to help out, and I really like coach Judge and what he’s doing and how he’s leading that team,” Manning said, via CNBC. “I think they’re heading in the right direction. They’re a young team and I think they’ve got a bright future.
“I try to keep up with a few of the players that are still there from when I was there, and root them on. Obviously, I’m a Giants fans now. So, I hope they get back to the playoffs and Super Bowls and have great success soon.”
Manning also confirmed that he has spoken with the Giants about a role within the organization.
“I’ve had some talks with the Giants about possibly get back in with the organization doing different things,” Manning said, but didn’t go any further when it comes to details.
Manning has been very busy with doing things with his family as well as filming commercials. I’m sure he can fit some time into his schedule to help the Giants.
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