As Eli Manning gets ready for his 15th NFL season, the Giants quarterback sounds as energetic as ever behind a renewed leadership with one of the league's proudest franchises.

Every move made in the offseason by the Giants backed up the words spoken by GM Dave Gettleman and head coach Pat Shurmur. Boosts to the offensive line with a new left tackle and second round pick at guard along with perhaps the most dynamic player in the draft. Nate Solder, Will Hernandez and Saquon Barkley are all additions that should breathe some new life into Manning's career and confidence. That's if that latter was ever lacking in the first place.

With depleted options at wide receiver last year and a weak offensive line in front of him, Manning failed to throw at least 25 touchdowns for the first since 2013 and it was one of only one of three seasons in his career with fewer than 20 TD including his rookie year.

Training camp is only a couple of weeks away now and Eli Manning joined Big Board Sports on Tuesday to talk about the offseason moves, his health, Odell Beckham, Jr. and what he sees in the season ahead for Big Blue: