It’s officially the end of an era. For the first time since 1997, an NFL season will begin in August without a Manning on an active roster. Eli Manning made that official Friday as he announced his retirement from professional football. He spent all 16 seasons of his career with the New York Giants. Giant Maven Patricia Traina describes the celebratory environment around Manning's farewell.
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