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  • How Giants, Eli Manning could come together on money front

    Eli Manning truly wants to return for a 16th season with the Giants. If the Giants truly want him back but at a reduced price, here is what likely has to happen: Manning has to bet on himself and the improvement he says he sees in the offense and accept less money. Manning is set

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  • Giants quarterback options if they part ways with Eli Manning

    If not Eli Manning, then who? That is the question the Giants must ask themselves as they determine if they want Manning back for a 16th season. They need a starting quarterback in 2019, either Manning or someone else. The options are not particularly appetizing. Here’s a look at a few possibilities: Free agency Teddy

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  • Eli Manning not talking like a Giants return is definite

    There was uncertainty a year ago, but not like this. After another losing season and one day removed from his 38th birthday, Eli Manning on Wednesday sounded very much like a quarterback unsure he will ever again suit up for the Giants, or for anyone else in the NFL. “We’ll see,’’ Manning said on WFAN

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  • Eli Manning’s future with Giants no sure thing

    When Giants fans turn up at Giants Stadium Sunday to watch the home team play the Cowboys in the 2018 season finale — however many bother to do so based on this disappointing second consecutive year out of the playoffs — there will a distinct undercurrent of emotion flowing through the building. It’s possible that

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  • If Eli Manning’s Giants run is over, he leaves an unforgettable mark

    When Tom Coughlin arrived to the Giants after the 2003 season, he barely acknowledged Kerry Collins when the two passed each other in the hallway of the Giants’ facility that offseason. There was no eye contact between head coach and quarterback for a simple reason: Coughlin sensed Collins was not going to be his quarterback

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  • If Eli Manning’s Giants run is over, he leaves an unforgettable mark

    When Tom Coughlin arrived to the Giants after the 2003 season, he barely acknowledged Kerry Collins when the two passed each other in the hallway of the Giants’ facility that offseason. There was no eye contact between head coach and quarterback for a simple reason: Coughlin sensed Collins was not going to be his quarterback

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  • Whether Eli Manning remains a Giant may come down to money

    There will be many who will apply the following Dave Gettleman quote on Wednesday to the real possibility of the Giants keeping Eli Manning at quarterback for yet another season: “I believe in that definition of insanity: Keep doing the same thing, expecting a different result.” There is the wondrous Saquon Barkley, yes, but as

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