Eli Manning to be with Giants in 2018, will help young QB?

Eli Manning to be with Giants in 2018, will help young QB?

Eli Manning to be with Giants in 2018, will help young QB?

Now, with a new coach and general manager, he's been told by the New York Giants that they want him to be their starter moving forward - even if they draft a quarterback with the No. 2 overall pick.

But the Giants have to plan for a future without Manning.

Manning said he has no input in who the team drafts, adding that's the way it should be because he's not the GM or a scout. "I think you're always trying to help other guys and talk, but I think that's just part of being a quarterback". Webb raved about how much he learned from Manning just by observing and being in the quarterback room.

Manning is looking to reward the team for sticking with him in 2018n.

"Hey, the Giants, it's always, it's about, they got to draft, you know, whether it's the future or for now, they got to figure out how to put the best players on the field", Manning said.

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"Every year, you've got backup quarterbacks and they're usually going to be younger than you", Manning said. "So whatever they draft, I'm fine with". My job is to play quarterback.

Manning's hold on the starting job has gotten stronger since general manager Dave Gettleman and coach Pat Shurmur were hired.

Informed he might be breaking those rules, Manning quickly interjected: "No, I'll do everything by the book".

Last week, the Giants introduced new head coach Pat Shurmur, who is replacing Ben McAdoo, who was sacked in December after he went 13-15 in a little less than two seasons and 2-10 in 2017 before his dismissal. All I can worry about is doing my job. "I want to go out there and work my tail off to get to playing at a high level".

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