Football greats Eli Manning and Ed Reed are the latest sports stars to host ESPN+’s series Detail. Manning’s episodes are streaming now and focus on College Football stars Justin Fields and Mac Jones. Reed will explore the defense strategies of NFL teams in the playoffs.

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What’s Happening:

  • Former college football and NFL superstars Eli Manning and Ed Reed are the latest Super Bowl champions to join Detail, the ground-breaking sports analysis series created by the late Kobe Bryant.
  • Eli Manning breaks down the semifinal performances of Ohio State’s Justin Fields and Alabama’s Mac Jones in two new episodes available now.
  • Ed Reed will analyze key defensive performances of NFL teams in the Wild Card and Divisional playoff rounds.
  • Detail is produced by Granity Studios and ESPN+. All 90+ episodes of the sports series are available to stream exclusively on ESPN+.

About Eli Manning:

  • Manning played 16 seasons in the NFL with the New York Giants, winning Super Bowls XLII and Super Bowl XLVI.
  • Manning was selected to the NFL Pro Bowl four times and holds Giants franchise records for most passing touchdowns, most passing yards and most completed passes in a career.
  • He is the youngest son of NFL great Archie Manning and the brother of Peyton Manning, who also hosts episodes of Detail, as well as Peyton’s Places on ESPN+.

About Ed Reed:

  • Considered one of the greatest safeties in NFL history, Reed won Super Bowl XLVII as a safety for the Baltimore Ravens and was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 2019.
  • He was selected to nine NFL Pro Bowls, five NFL First Team All-Pro teams, and was named NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2004.
  • Reed holds all-time NFL records for interception return yards (1,590) and postseason interceptions (9), and recorded the two longest interception returns in NFL history (106 yards in 2004, 107 yards in 2008).
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