Eli Manning Net Worth, Money and More

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NET WORTH: $60 Million

PROFESSION: Football quarterback for New York Giants

Born, Elisha Nelson “Eli” Manning, is the active iron man for consecutive starts by a quarterback. He is famous all through the continental US. His father was a NFL quarterback as well. His brother, Peyton Manning, was also a quarterback in Denver Broncos. Manning always had keen interest in football. He played college football at the University of Mississippi as well.

Manning is worth the money! He holds Giants franchise records for most passing yards, touchdown passes and completed passes in a career. He has had a shining career till date as his hard work always pays off. He led the Giants to victory in Super Bowl XLII and XLVI and was named the Most Valuable Player in each of the above mentioned Super Bowls.

CAREER

Manning was one of four quarterbacks taken in the first round of the 2004 NFL Draft along with Ben Roethlisberger, Philip Rivers and J.P. Losman. He made his first career regular season start against the Atlants Falcons in 2004. Eli was named the starter for Giants in 2005.

Manning trained in the Meadowlands with offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride and new quarterbacks coach Chris Palmer in 2007. Manning and the Giants opened the 2008 season with a win over their division rivals, the Washington Redskins, 16-7, giving their team an awesome opening to the season. The same was seen again in 2009.

In 2010, Manning got seriously injured when he got hit by Brandon Jacobs, then by Calvin Pace, which knocked off his helmet, and smashed directly into Jim Leonhard’s face mask. This injury resulted in a big gash that needed 12 stitches. After the injury, as was obvious, Manning left the game.

In 2012, Manning finished the season with 26 touchdown passes, 15 interceptions, and 3,948 passing yards. In 2013, Manning led the Giants to start off the season with a 0-6 record, the worst regular season start since 1976. Manning’s four interceptions tied his career high and was the fourth time he threw four picks in a game.

AWARDS

NFL RECORDS

  • Most 4th-quarter touchdown passes in a season (15 in 2011)
  • Tied NFL Record longest pass completion and touchdown (99 yards in 2011)
  • Tied NFL Record most game-winning drives in a season (8 in 2011)
  • Most road wins in a single regular season and postseason by a starting quarterback (10)
  • Most passing yards in a single postseason (1,219 yards in 2011)

GIANTS FRANCHISE RECORDS

  • Most passing attempts (season): 589 (2011)
  • Most completions (season): 359 (2011)
  • Most passing yards (season): 4,933 (2011)
  • Longest completed pass: 99 yards (2011)
  • Most interceptions thrown (season): 25 (2010), tied
  • Most 4th-quarter touchdown passes, season: 15 (NFL record)
  • Most consecutive starts by a quarterback: 119
  • Most consecutive pass completions, game: 21 (2011)
  • Most comeback wins in the 4th quarter (season): 5 (2007, 2011), tied
  • Most game-winning drives in the 4th quarter/overtime (season): 6 (2007, 2011)
  • Most career playoff touchdowns: 13 (2011)
  • Most touchdown passes: 200 (2012)

PERSONAL LIFE

Manning was born in Louisiana and was the youngest for three sons that were born to proud parents Olivia and Archie Manning. In 2007, he asked Abby McGrew to marry him who has been with the quarterback since their days together at the University of Mississippi. The beautiful couple tied the knot in 2008, in Mexico. They have two lovely daughters and are currently residing in New Jersey.

             

The couple does a lot of volunteering for different causes. They even volunteered in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Family Huddle is a book that has been co-authored by the couple and Archie Manning. Since 2008, Manning has been the host of Guiding Eyes for the Blind’s Golf Classic, the oldest and largest charity golf event in New York. He is also a former member of the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports.

            

ASSETS

- Manhattan Automated Condo

- Toyota Sequoia

- 2012 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid.

FUN FACTS

  • Eli made a personal rule when he was ten: He could be kissed only once a week!
  • Eli didn’t beat Peyton in basketball till the age of 17.
  • Eli won the Maxwell Award and Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award just like brother Peyton.
  • The speed limit on the Ole Miss campus is 18 mph because that was Archie’s number as a Rebel. The press room is also named after him.
  • In college, Eli lived in the same apartment that his older brother, Cooper, used to live in.
  • Eli speaks with Peyton once a week.
  • He has been active in the efforts to rebuild New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, and to raise awareness in conjunction with the Gulf oil spill of 2010.

FUN QUOTES

  • “In New York, they like winners. They don’t like second place.”
  • “I’m not a 25-interception quarterback, I know that.”
  • “I’m the opposite of jealous.”
  • “I’m the type of person who loves to stay busy, even in my off-season.”
  • “The quarterback, you can play with a lot of big injuries. You get a little injury like an index finger or a thumb that most people can play with, sometimes you can’t. I’ve stayed away from some of those.”

 

Tiki Barber thinks that Eli Manning has improved to the point that he is better than his brother Peyton! The same person once had doubts about it. This shows that Eli Manning has proved his worth over the years. Manning holds Giants franchise records for most touchdown passes and completed passes in a career. He also holds the NFL record for most fourth-quarter touchdown passes in a season. All the awards that he has got, they are not an easy win!

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