Slowly, but surely, Eli Manning is creeping toward the age of 40.

He’s entering his 14th NFL season on a pitch count and the New York Giants drafted his possible successor in Davis Webb.

Manning’s illustrious career may be winding down, but he doesn’t see his advancing age as a problem.

“I know how old I am. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with being 36,” Manning said Friday. “I’m proud of it. Hey, I feel good. I can still make all the throws. I can still run around when I need to. So, it is what it is. But, I don’t see myself slowing down at all and I feel like I still got great football ahead of me.”

Manning has been flanked by a young and talented roster as the organization hopes to take advantage of his final seasons.

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