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"We got a lot of information, learned a lot asking a lot of questions about the offense," Manning said. "We made some strides, just got to keep working."
There is extra work to be done. Manning, 33, said it feels a lot like his freshman year in college or his first professional season. The new atmosphere seems to have lit a fire underneath him following a year where he threw a career-high 27 interceptions.
"[The changes] bring a sense of urgency to this time of year, to the offseason," Manning said. "For me, [it's] getting healthy, meeting teammates and learning a new playbook. We have a lot of work to do. But [I'm] enjoying the competition of it all, the urgency we're having right now."