Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are your Tuesday morning Giants headlines.
Steve Tisch wants Eli to retire as a Giant
"I would love Eli to retire from football a New York Giant," Tisch said Monday at the NFL meetings. "It’s my personal feelings, and as one of the co-owners, my professional feelings. It would make me very happy. I think it would be very special for the Giants organization, for Eli and for the Manning family. I think that’s certainly a personal goal."
The Giants' co-owner also told reporters at the NFL owners' meetings that "There is no deadline at this point in time, no gun to anybody's head," in talks with the quarterback about a contract extension.
We polled you on Monday asking whether or not the Giants should extend Manning's contract. So far, 57 percent (1,469) of 2,569 voters want the Giants to extend Manning's contract prior to the 2015 season. There is still time to vote.
From Big Blue View
In case you missed some of these headlines from Monday.
The Giants won't get any compensatory draft picks.
A couple of ex-Giants impressed at the Veteran Combine, and a linebacker may have drawn the team's attention.
Wondering if Chip Kelly would trade guard Evan Mathis to the Giants.
Per multiple reports, former Giants linebacker Spencer Paysinger is visiting the New York Jets today.
Former Giants tight end Kevin Boss fears the long-term effects of the multiple concussions that ended his career.
Walter Football reviews the safeties in the upcoming draft and comes away unimpressed.