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Todd Gurley's lack of use in the NFC championship game and Super Bowl LIII was strange because it rarely happens at any other position. The New York Giants wouldn't ignore Odell Beckham Jr. because of “rhythm.” There's no gameplan that would leave Tom Brady on the bench for half of the New England Patriots plays. Gurley, a two-time All-Pro, didn't get his second carry of Super Bowl LIII until less than six minutes remained in the first half.

Eli Manning is officially a dad . again! The New York Giants quarterback welcomed a new baby - his first son - into the world with his wife, Abby McGrew, on Feb. 3, and yep, we're guessing their little peanut wanted to come out in time to watch the Super Bowl!

The New York Giants are bringing on Henry Baker to serve as their assistant defensive backs coach, according to multiple reports. Baker will replace Deshea Townsend on the Giants coaching staff. Townsend spent last season with the Giants before taking the defensive backs coaching job with the Chicago Bears last month.

The New York Giants have released veteran linebacker Connor Barwin. Barwin signed to a two-year contract with the Giants in July. The 32-year-old appeared in 15 games, making three starts.

5, 2012 - New York Giants 21, New England 17 Feb. 6, 2011 - Green Bay 31, Pittsburgh 25

5, 2012 - New York Giants 21, New England 17 Feb. 6, 2011 - Green Bay 31, Pittsburgh 25

As uncertain as the New York Giants are about their future with quarterback Eli Manning, the 38-year-old quarterback seems to be just as uncertain. In an interview with WFAN's Mike Francesa on Wednesday, Manning discussed what lies ahead for him and the in-depth talk he had with general manager Dave Gettleman on Monday. Quarterback Eli Manning is uncertain about his future with the Giants.

Dave Gettleman isn't ready to make a decision on Eli Manning's future as the quarterback of the New York Giants. The general manager and the two-time Super Bowl MVP had a no-holds barred conversion about Manning's future Monday after the team missed the playoffs for the sixth time in seven seasons. Gettleman would not say Wednesday whether the quarterback, who will turn 38 on Thursday, would be back for a 16th season.

New York Giants general manager Dave Gettleman has poured cold water on talk of them trading Odell Beckham Jr., but shed no light on Eli Manning's future. Despite injuries and some inconsistent performances, Beckham enjoyed another strong year in 2018 as he finished the season with 1,053 yards receiving and six touchdowns. There had been talk of him being traded prior to signing a five-year, $95million extension in August, and a ProFootballTalk report recently suggested the San Francisco 49ers could be interested in making a deal for the receiver this offseason.

If you want to get your radar up, New York Giants general manager Dave Gettleman’s comments on Eli Manning should do the trick. According to Art Stapleton of the Associated Press, Gettleman said he had an “extensive, no holds barred” talk with Manning. “We’re trying to build sustained success,” Gettleman said, according to Stapleton.

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