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Giants great Eli Manning lands new ESPN show, ‘On the Clock’

by Dan Benton

Retired New York Giants legend Eli Manning continues to expand his post-career resume and will now co-host a new show on ESPN.

The network announced earlier this week that Eli, joined by his brother, Peyton Manning, and father, Archie Manning, would evaluate and mentor quarterback prospects ahead of the 2023 NFL draft during a four-part original series.

The series is titled, “On the Clock.”

“It’s been so much fun for Peyton, Eli, and me to work closely with these four talented quarterbacks as they prepare to take the next step in their journey. ‘On the Clock’ will give fans an inside look at all that goes into being a successful quarterback, on and off the field, and how each of these young men are ready to take on the challenge of being the face of an NFL franchise,” Archie said, via press release.

The four quarterback prospects featured include Alabama’s Bryce Young, Tennessee’s Hendon Hooker, Kentucky’s Will Levis, and Florida’s Anthony Richardson.

“On the Clock” premieres Monday, April 10, on ESPN2 at 8:00 p.m. ET. Each episode will also be available to stream on ESPN+ immediately following their live airing.

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