Giants will ‘probably’ bring in young QB this year, Dave Gettleman says

The New York Giants are seemingly throwing their 2019 season into the hands of Eli Manning, but that might just be a smokescreen.

On with Mike Francesa Monday following his very interesting press conference earlier in the day, Gettleman was asked if Giants fans should expect a young quarterback in 2019. He responded by saying, “If all goes according to plan, probably,” per Dan Schneier of CBS Sports.

Manning is 38 years old and is clearly on the decline. The Giants are reportedly not interested in Kyler Murray (because he’s short) and recent reports suggest they don’t like Dwayne Haskins, either.

That could mean they are eyeballing Drew Lock or Daniel Jones with the No. 6 overall pick. Or, perhaps it means Gettleman is working behind the scenes to land Josh Rosen in a trade with the Arizona Cardinals — an idea that’s been bandied about quite a bit recently.

Regardless of who comes in, it at least does appear that the Giants will have a new, young signal caller in camp this summer.