Handyman Eli Manning is a Pitchman and media professional

Eli Manning turned a question about preparing for his TV gig into a brand promotion.

The two-time Super Bowl MVP is truly a professional gamemaker and media professional.

Manning has been busy since retiring from the NFL after the 2019 season. He’s part of the successful Manningcast on ESPN. The ten-game “Monday Night Football with Peyton and Eli Manning” has garnered great reviews and the bundle runs until 2024. Season two of “Eli’s Places” debuted last month on ESPN+ and “The Eli Manning Show” is back on YouTube for a second season.

So how is Manning preparing for work now instead of his playing days?

“Well, I think it’s just important to stay connected, stay involved, and watch as many matches as possible. That’s really why I rely on Verizon 5G’s ultra-wideband,” Manning said on the AP Pro Football Podcast. “Whether I’m at home, I can stream games there. When I’m on the road, making other commitments, traveling, at some of my kids’ games or driving them places, I can stop. …I can be in the chair. I can still watch The last two minutes of the match and watch all the highlights.

“So just being able to stay connected, having a fast and reliable internet connection with Verizon 5G gives me that. I think it’s just about keeping up with everything that’s going on in the football world, which is what I’m used to. That’s what I did while playing, keeping up with the teams. The other. That’s what I love and what I’m passionate about.”

Manning was little known for his character during his 16 seasons with the New York Giants. Now that he’s behind the microphone and in front of the cameras, he’s showing that he’s witty, fun, and engaging. Viewers enjoy going with his older brother Peyton.