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Report: Eli Manning, Giants finalizing four-year contract

Looks like New York Giants quarterback Eli Manningwill enter this season with long-term stability, after all.
NFL Network reported Thursday evening that Manning and the Giants are close to finalizing a four-year contract extension worth $84 million, which should be completed over the weekend.
When asked Wednesday if he would want negotiations to be halted during the regular season, Manning responded: “I haven’t thought about it.”
Manning had been set to enter the final season of six-year, $97.5 million deal Sunday night when the Giants open their 2015 campaign against the Dallas Cowboys.
“We’d like to have it done before the season is over, but if it doesn’t happen, then I ‘m still confident it’ll get done at some point,” Giants president and CEO John Mara said before training camp. “We want him to be here and finish his career as a Giant. I’m sure he wants the same thing.”
Playing in his first season under new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo in 2014, Manning completed 63.1% of his passes for 4,410 yards, 30 touchdowns and 14 interceptions.

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