Manning takes step back to make leap forward
The offseason became passe' in college football about the same time as the wishbone. These days, the average college quarterback divides June and July between the weight room, the film room, the classroom and the practice field.
There are no life guarding jobs anymore. It's summer school, squats and skeleton drills from coast to coast.
Eli Manning put in his share of football labor this summer, but he also left the game behind for a couple of weeks. It might seem heretical for a member ...
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