Eli Manning retirement
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The long career of two-time Super Bowl winning quarterback Eli Manning is coming to an end. According to multiple reports, the 39-year-old Manning will announce his retirement from the game during a press conference on Friday.

Manning lost his starting job to rookie Daniel Jones early during the 2019 season and rode the pine the remainder of the year.

Rather than move on from the Giants and try to find another home, Manning has decided to call it quits on his career.

Said career ends after 16 seasons and with two Super Bowl titles to his name. Manning finishes his career having thrown for 57,023 yards with 366 touchdowns and 244 interceptions.

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