EJ Manuel would prefer not to talk about his play. He’d prefer to let his play do the talking. That’s why he only gave a couple of offseason interviews during the OTAs and minicamp this past spring. Manuel has set about improving his game in several areas as he has before, but his teammates claim there has been a noticeable difference. Perhaps even more telling is teammates believe he benefited from the setback he professionally navigated last season when he was demoted to backup quarterback behind the now retired Kyle Orton.
“I think having to sit back and watch and learn from a veteran last year he knows how to approach the playbook this year,” said Fred Jackson. “He knows what he’s doing. A guy that’s physically gifted and can make all the throws and when he needs to he can pull the ball down and run with it.”
Most outside observers felt Manuel had a slight edge on Tyrod Taylor and Matt Cassel coming out of minicamp. Now with training camp starting up next week the final stage of the evaluation process will take place.
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