Which NFL players should you wear to work?
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning wears a polyester suit to work and to the beach on a weekday.
The NFL Players Association recently agreed to pay Manning a $5 million settlement over his use of polyester in 2016.
The league agreed to release Manning from the $5-million fine.
(AP) Eli Manning (5) and the New York Jets’ Calvin Pryor (6) prepare for practice in March 2017.
(Alex Brandon/Associated Press)New York Giants rookie quarterback Eli Smith (8) wears a white shirt and khaki pants to work on a Sunday.
(Julio Cortez/Associated News)A young woman wears a khaki dress to work at the NFL’s training camp in Glendale, Ariz., in September 2017.
A small group of people wait for Eli Smith at the gate to his home in suburban Philadelphia, where the Giants play Sunday.
NFL players have been caught using the clothing as an excuse to work out, often while dressed in their favorite attire.
(Michael Reaves/Associated, via Associated Press)The New York Times reports the league’s collective bargaining agreement will pay Manning $5.25 million in the next two years, plus a $2 million salary cap relief.
The settlement will be paid in full if he is not suspended by the NFL in 2020.