Giants quarterback Eli Manning had ankle surgery last week to repair an injury he suffered in the final game of a miserable 2013 season, but there’s no sign of concern that he’ll be ready to go for training camp and the regular season.
According to a report from Dan Graziano of ESPN.com, there are some concerns about Manning’s future on the heels of that poor season.
Graziano reports that the question of whether Manning’s decline is something that can’t be turned around is one “that has not gone unasked” in the Giants front office this offseason and that it is part of the reason why the team opted not to pursue an extension beyond the 2015 season that would have provided them more cap space for their free agent buying spree.
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Source: Josh Alper (NBC Sports Pro Football Talk)