By Peter King
July 15, 2013
Johnny Manziel (left) was given the Manning Award, honoring the nation's best QB and named after Archie Manning (right), in May.
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Quote of the Week I

Harry Kraft, the high school junior and son of Patriots president Jonathan Kraft, finished his third Manning Passing Academy camp Sunday in Thibodaux, La. He's a quarterback for his suburban Boston high school, and those at the camp have noticed his steady improvement from year to year since Harry first attended as a rising frosh in July 2011.

Chase the Dog was 13, and started working for the Trenton Thunder in 2002.
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2. Throwing a snowball off a glacier at 7,500 feet. Our biggest vaca extravagance: We took a helicopter to the top of Rainbow Mountain at Whistler, north of Vancouver and the place that hosted the ski events at the last Olympics. Amazing thing: It's July 6, it's 62 degrees up there, I'm wearing shorts, and we're standing on eight feet of snow atop a glacier. My daughter Laura went sprinting on the glacier. Cool stuff. Now that's something you don't get to do every day.

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Ten Things I Think I Think

Getting nervous. Why?
The MMQB cometh.
New site. Next Monday.

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