Eli's retirement hobby? Golf with Peyton at Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Eli Manning has some free time on his hands these days, so he hit the links with his brother, Peyton. But the Mannings are not your average family. They did so last week at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am, where Eli teamed with Kevin Chappell and finished at 16-under, missing the cut by two strokes. Peyton and his pro partner, Luke Donald, made it to the weekend.
"I look forward to getting to hang out a little bit and do some of the things brothers get to do when they're 40 years old, whatever that is," Eli told Golfweek. "I guess it is play golf."
"It's been a lot of fun," Eli added during an on-course interview with CBS. "A couple of good holes where Peyton and I birdied the same hole and had the crowd going. So, it's a little nerve wracking, a little bit.
"I like it better with football. I feel like I know what I'm doing when I throw a football. I kind of going in the general direction of where I'm throwing. It's not always like that in golf."
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Pro Football Focus: NFL Draft position-by-position rankings
Pro Football Focus released its initial positional rankings ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft, which begins April 23 in Las Vegas. These will surely change at the Scouting Combine later this month, but here is a look at PFF's top offensive tackles and edge rushers, two positions frequently linked to the Giants in mock drafts. Big Blue holds the fourth overall pick.
1. Andrew Thomas, Georgia
2. Jedrick Wills Jr., Alabama
3. Tristan Wirfs, Iowa
4. Josh Jones, Houston
5. Mekhi Becton, Louisville
1. Chase Young, Ohio State
2. A.J. Epenesa, Iowa
3. Curtis Weaver, Boise State
4. Julian Okwara, Notre Dame
5. Darrell Taylor, Tennessee
NFL Scouting Combine moves to primetime
The NFL Scouting Combine – an event that has seen its popularity skyrocket in recent years – is now getting moved onto television's biggest stage. For the first time, NFL Network's coverage will extend into primetime.
Beginning Thursday, February 27, NFL Network provides seven hours of live on-field Combine coverage of the quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends starting at 4 p.m. ET and continuing until 11 p.m.
Combine coverage on NFL Network continues with seven hours of live coverage of the running backs, offensive linemen and special teams on Friday at 4 p.m., and seven hours of live coverage of the defensive linemen and linebackers on Saturday. NFL Network's Combine coverage concludes with five hours of live coverage of the defensive backs on Sunday, starting at 2 p.m.
Host Rich Eisen and NFL Draft expert Daniel Jeremiah anchor NFL Network's coverage of the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine joined by Charles Davis and others. Live NFL Network coverage of the 2020 NFL Combine Presented is available across devices (smartphone, PC, tablet and connected TVs) through the NFL app or NFL.com/watch for subscribers of participating NFL Network providers. Full NFL Network audio simulcast coverage will be carried live on the TuneIn app. Additionally, SiriusXM's NFL Radio will be broadcasting live from Indianapolis all week.
On Friday, the NFL a list of the 337 prospects invited to attend. VIEW FULL LIST