Giants QB Eli Manning has stated numerous times that his walk into the sunset isn't anytime soon.
Manning reiterated that fact when talking about the next two seasons, after which he will become a free agent. And when looking at the weapons he has to work with this season, Manning not only believes his run hasn't ended, but a Super Bowl isn't too far away either.
"Obviously it has been an unbelievable run, but I want to continue doing it. It's not over," Manning told NFL Network's Kim Jones. "I know that. ...I'm excited for this upcoming year and really prove that I can still play at a high level. We can win games. We can win championships."
Manning may be taking his career one season at a time, but he will be surrounded by the league's future at the annual Manning Passing Academy, which features Eli, Petyon and Archie Manning at Nicholls State University in Louisiana.
Among the young arms the Manning family will be coaching is Giants head coach Pat Shurmur's son, Kyle Shurmur, who plays for Vanderbilt.