Manuel suffered three separate knee injuries, forcing him to miss six games. He was largely ineffective the games he did play, resulting in offseason speculation that the Buffalo Bills will potentially select another quarterback in the 2014 NFL Draft.
Despite the tumultuous first season, Manuel has used that to motivate him for the upcoming 2014 season. The Bills started their voluntary offseason conditioning program Tuesday, with Manuel eager to improve on his rookie season.
"As far as football, I really didn't take a true offseason necessarily, as far as straight-up time off," Manuel told reporters on the team;s first day of conditioning work. "I might have took just one week after I left Buffalo to hang out with family. Then I was pretty much getting myself back healthy and getting smarter in the film room."
Manuel had five days of on-field passing workouts with Bills teammates in Los Angeles in early April. Then he had an additional four days of on-field passing workouts with teammates in Miami earlier this month.Read more... Join the Conversation...