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Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle said this week that his team’s passing offense is going to be “close to unstoppable” this season, but that didn’t prove to be the case against the Jaguars on Saturday night. Eli Manning completed just 4-of-14 passes on the night and fired five incompletions in the direction of wide receiver…
Quarterback Eli Manning and receiver Odell Beckham Jr., a key piece of the Giants’ offensive threat, failed to connect in three series against the Jaguars.
Giants' Eli Manning, Odell Beckham sputter early in field-goal fest
Eli Manning: "My Mouth Is Always A Li... Eli Manning reportedly stated he wanted to be the highest paid player in the league. But it's just not his fault. Submitted by: Ben Wietmarschen Regular Keywords: Eli manning manning peyton manning...Show More Summary
Potential starters at quarterback and wide receiver top the list of eighth-round values to target and reaches to avoid. Eli Manning, Allen Robinson and Ryan Tannehill can all post starter-worthy fantasy football numbers in 2015 for a...Show More Summary
It’s been a strange few days regarding the negotiations between the Giants and quarterback Eli Manning, starting with the talks suddenly going public and culminating in Eli disputing the notion that he’s looking to be the highest-paid player in the game. Both sides were being a more than a little disingenuous, with the Giants apparently…
Eli Manning may have never said he wants to be the NFL's highest-paid player, but the numbers he needs to ask for happen to be more than any NFL player is making. New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning insists that he never asked to be the NFL's highest-paid player. Show More Summary
Giants receiver Rueben Randle says that with he and his fellow receivers catching passes from Eli Manning, there’s going to be no stopping the team’s passing game this season. “I’d say close to unstoppable,” Randle told the New York Daily News. “Just the type of players we have on this side of the ball, if…
Peyton Manning is back to shame more lazy people into earning their Gatorade with sweat, and this time he's brought his brother with him. In a new reality-style ad series from TBWA\Chiat\Day, Peyton, quarterback of the Denver Broncos,...Show More Summary
For those of you who claim we like and dislike certain teams, we like good stories. We dislike B.S. As to the ongoing contract negotiations between the Giants and quarterback Eli Manning, both sides have been dabbling in something smelly that a bovine creature with horns left behind him in the pasture. It started with…
Manning, who is in the last year of his current contract with a base salary of $17 million, said that neither he nor his agent have made such a demand.
Eli Manning is a smart guy, and semantics are everything, right? But let's assume for a moment that Manning was being earnest when he said, per New York Daily News' Ralph Vacchiano, that the reports of Manning wanting to be the NFL's highest-paid player are bunk. Vacchiano tweeted Manning's quote when asked: "No. Show More Summary
Ralph Vacchiano joins the show to discuss the contract negotiations between Eli Manning and the Giants. Peter King talks training camp fights in the wake of the Cowboys and Rams brawl. Ira Kaufman breaks down Jameis Winston’s first preseason performance and Clarence Hill provides an update from Cowboys camp.
Hot on the heels of Robert “Getting Used for Headlines” Griffin III comes another NFL quarterback who says he didn’t say what everyone thought he said. This time, it’s New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning, who on Wednesday denied that he ever said he wanted to be the NFL’s highest-paid quarterback in the wake of […]
Eli Manning didn't ask the New York Giants to make him the NFL's highest-paid quarterback.
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning laughed off speculation Wednesday that he's demanding to become the NFL's highest-paid player as he heads into the final year of his current contract. Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network noted during...Show More Summary
N.Y. Daily News’ Ralph Vacchiano talks about Eli Manning’s idea of his next contract’s figures and wonders if the QB will take less money in an effort to afford the Giants to spend more on talent around him.
NFL insider Peter King joins Mike to discuss the problems he has with fights during joint practices, the teams that have stood out to him during his training camp tour and Eli Manning’s contract situation.
Giants quarterback Eli Manning is pushing back against a report that he wants to be the highest-paid player in the NFL. Asked today if that report is true, Manning said, “No. That’s never come out of my mouth. I’ve never said it to my agent.” Manning added that his agent has never said it either.…