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NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports there's "so much emphasis" on getting Eli Manning to get rid of the ball earlier this season.

Eli Manning QB NYG 2 Months

Eli Manning had the highest average pass distance among NFL quarterbacks in 2013, at 9.49 yards from the line of scrimmage.

Combine ex-OC Kevin Gilbride's vertical scheme with the Giants' injury-ravaged, swinging-gate offensive line, and the result was Eli's career-worst season, with career highs in picks (27) and sacks taken (39). New OC Ben McAdoo is installing a shortened, quicker-hitting attack in an effort to rejuvenate Eli. The Giants likely hope Manning can have a Riversian bounce-back year.

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Co-owner John Mara told the New York Post the Giants have had no contract extension talks with Eli Manning.

Manning, 33, is currently signed through 2015 at base salaries of $15.15 million this year, and $17 million next year. ESPN's Dan Graziano reported in April that the Giants are concerned Eli has entered his decline phase after leading the NFL in interceptions (27) last season. "We haven't even really discussed that yet," Mara said of a new deal. "We'll discuss that at the appropriate time. Obviously it's our hope that he finish his career as a Giant."

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Eli Manning said he's "reenergized" in new OC Ben McAdoo's offense.

Manning regressed in ex-Giants OC Kevin Gilbride's offense last year, leaving members of the front office concerned over whether he's in his decline stage. The Giants will be more of a quick-hitting passing attack under McAdoo, which should play to his strengths. An improved offensive line and the presence of rookie Odell Beckham also give Manning a better supporting cast. Manning is signed through 2015, but will be in line for an extension next offseason if he bounces back.

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The Giants are installing a "quick-hitting passing attack that is predicated on timing" under new OC Ben McAdoo.

Per beat writer Jordan Raanan, the biggest benefit may be simplification of route concepts for players like Rueben Randle, while the offensive line isn't asked to hold blocks as long. The Chargers took a similar approach with Philip Rivers last year, and it paid off handsomely en route to NFL Comeback Player of the Year honors. It remains to be seen whether Eli Manning possesses the short to intermediate accuracy to make a Rivers-like late-career leap.

Eli Manning QB NYG 3 Months

Eli Manning (ankle) said he's 100 percent and could play in a game if he needed to.

"Yeah, 100%, yeah," Manning said. "The ankle, I don't think about it, don't notice it. I go about practice and do everything and they're not even worried about it. So, it hasn't been an issue. No question I could play tomorrow." Manning participated fully in OTAs and should do the same at mandatory minicamp. As for the new offense, Manning admits "there's still some learning curve."

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Eli Manning (ankle surgery) participated in Wednesday's OTAs.

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Eli Manning (ankle) said he feels 100 percent healthy, but "the trainers tell me I'm not."

"I already feel like I can go out there and do everything," Manning said. "We'll still be smart about it these next few weeks and not overdo anything. If they want to limit me somewhat, I'll understand that. But I want to take every single rep and they know that." Manning underwent minor ankle surgery on April 10 and had been declared out for OTAs by GM Jerry Reese. A big season lies ahead for Eli and he wants to get to work as soon as possible in a new offense. He'll be all systems go for training camp.

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According to Peyton Manning, Eli Manning (ankle surgery) has already resumed throwing the football.

Eli went underwent a scope on April 10. He's off crutches, feeling good and doing some light throwing. Peyton added that Dr. Robert Anderson recommended the debridement procedure as a preemptive measure to guard against an issue popping up during the regular season. The Giants won't rush Manning back into spring work, but he'll be 100 percent for training camp.

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Eli Manning has begun running three weeks ahead of the original rehabilitation schedule.

"I'm off all crutches," Manning said. "Out of the boot. Doing some running, doing some drops. So it's coming around fast." Eli's availability for training camp was never really in doubt, but this confirms it. He should 100 percent when the Giants open camp.