Eli Manning Set To Retire After 16 Seasons


Eli Manning Set To Retire After 16 Seasons

By James Jackson

January 22, 2020


After 16 seasons in the NFL, Giants quarterback Eli Manning is set to announce his retirement on Friday. Manning has been a member of the Giants organization since 2004 and has been a household name in New York.

Manning played a total of 236 games throughout his 16 seasons in the NFL. Throughout his career, Manning threw for 57,023 yards, 366 touchdowns and 244 interceptions. Manning is a four-time pro bowler, two-time Super Bowl champion and the 2016 Walter Payton Man of the Year.

It will be unusual to have an NFL season without anybody from the legendary Manning family on the field for the first time in a very long time. From all of us at Under Review, we would like to congratulate Eli on a successful playing career. Do you think the Pro Football Hall of Fame could be the next stop for Eli?


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