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Eli Manning Officially Retiring From NFL

Eli Manning Officially Retiring From NFL

Eli Manning Officially Retiring From NFL

Eli Manning is officially retiring from the NFL.

The New York Giants legend will hold a press conference on Friday to make the announcement.

ESPN NFL insiders Dan Graziano and Jordan Raanan had the story first.

Although a league without Manning in it next season will certainly be unusual, this decision was expected

Manning served most of last year as a backup to rookie quarterback Daniel Jones.

Following the conclusion of the season, he admitted that he did not have much fun in a reserve capacity. He was interested in pursuing a starting role with a different organization, but ultimately no opportunity presented itself.

Manning will retire as a two-time Super Bowl champion, two-time Super Bowl MVP and four-time Pro Bowler.

After being drafted by the Giants in 2004, he spent the entirety of his career in New York.

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