ALBANY, N.Y. -- Eli Manning didn't spend a lot of time mentoring the young receivers during the first week of training camp. Instead, he listened to them.
"I like for them to come back to me (after a play) and tell me what they saw," Manning said Monday, his first comments since the opening of camp. "It's not me just always talking to them, it's them talking back to me, getting a feel, and making sure we're discussing everything and getting it where we want it."
It's been a feeling-out process. Manning said he's not very concerned about the high number of interceptions thrown so far in camp or the incompletions. He even said he welcomes mistakes . . . as long as they are learned from and swept away.