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Eli Manning Returns to Giants Organization

Eli Manning is officially back with the New York Giants. The two-time Super Bowl MVP, who has set multiple passing records within the organization, has taken on an off-the-field role. Manning is set to focus on business operations and fan engagement.

Manning has said before that he'd like to get back involved with the Giants organization eventually. Then it was unclear if he would take on any coaching positions or stick to the business side of operations. This announcement comes about five months after a reported meeting with Giants CEO, John Mara, to discuss Manning's possible future with the team. The already widely popular Eli Manning should make a great addition to the organization, especially when it comes to fan engagement.

Manning to Join Ring of Honor

The Giants organization is also set to retire the number 10 and induct Manning into the Ring of Honor on Sept. 26 vs the Atlanta Falcons, to commemorate Manning's record-breaking 16-year career with the team.

When asked about this special day Manning said, “I don’t know what the emotions will be that day. I know they’ll be high, though. To have that feeling and that final goodbye, a true goodbye to the fans, and to thank them for supporting me during my 16 seasons here, it’s going to be special. I think it’s an opportunity for me to thank everybody here – teammates, coaches, and the organization – for believing in me, for bringing me to New York, and for giving me a chance to have success. It’ll be an awesome day to be here and a great celebration.”

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