When you think of the New York Giants, you think of the tight family owned atmosphere that owner John Mara and Head Coach Tom Coughlin have exemplified.
In their Super Bowl years, the organization was the polar opposite of the Dallas Cowboys.
Quietly leading that charge has been Eli Manning, who was previously not under contract for 2015.
However, that’s not what the Giants have been focused on – as they quietly appear to have a four-year deal in place to keep their franchise QB on the field. The deal comes at a good time for New York, as they can now focus solely on week 1 against Dallas.
While Manning has not signed yet, there is a strong chance he will be playing with this new contract for Sunday.
Giants and Eli Manning have their agreement. Same terms but Giants agreed to main hurdle – no-trade clause.
The report and contract details come from ESPN’s Chris Mortensen.
In the NFC East, that stability has proven to be key for not only Manning and the Giants but Romo and the Cowboys as well.
Manning has a career record of 4-2 against the Cowboys in their new home, although tides have turned recently. The Giants have lost two straight years in Arlington – when the venue was renamed to AT&T Stadium in 2013.
Let’s hope that Sunday night continues this trend, as Rod Marinelli schemes a way for his improved defensive line to get after the Giants’ franchise signal caller!
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