New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning is among the league’s best telemedical doctors.
Manning is a telehealth doctor for the Giants, according to ESPN’s Mike Garafolo.
Manning, who has had a strong relationship with NFL team and players since the Giants drafted him in the fourth round in 2015, is the only quarterback in NFL history to win three consecutive Super Bowls, including two with the Giants.
The other is Tom Brady.
Manning also is one of the NFL’s most active doctors, according the NFL Players Association.
Manning’s relationship with players, which includes the players union, has been tumultuous in recent years.
In June, Manning was charged with misdemeanor domestic violence in New York City after a domestic dispute with his wife, according NFL Media’s Adam Schefter.
Manning was arrested and charged with felony domestic violence, the New York Post reported.
A day later, the NFL suspended Manning for the rest of the season.
Manning later told ESPN that he would “absolutely” seek a pardon from President Donald Trump.
“I’ll definitely be looking to get pardoned by the president,” Manning said.
“Hopefully I get that done in the next few weeks, because I know what the situation is with the president.
I’ve been doing it my whole life. “
It’s a big part of my life now.
I’ve been doing it my whole life.
And I love it.
And so it’s just really a part of who I am.
It’s a part that I would want to continue.”
Manning has a good relationship with other players, including the Giants’ Odell Beckham Jr., who is a former telehealth player for the team.
The Giants’ former quarterbacks coach was also Manning’s teammate at LSU, the Associated Press reported.
Eli Manning, quarterback for the New England Patriots, said he is grateful to the NFL for supporting telehealth.
“To have a great group of people that are so supportive of me is awesome,” Manning told ESPN.
“Being able to go out there and be a great teammate is amazing.
To have them in the room, you can just be so proud of them.”