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Giants Re-Sign T.J. Jones

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The New York Giants have brought back wide receiver T.J. Jones, who was recently released from the team.

In a corresponding move, the Giants places outside linebacker Kareem Martin on injured reserve.

The Giants have a need at wideout due to the uncertain status of Sterling Shepard ahead of Week 2 action.

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Giants’ Eli Manning Won’t Waive No-Trade Clause

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New York Giants veteran quarterback Eli Manning may have just been benched in favor of rookie Daniel Jones, but he won’t be on the move anytime soon.

According to SNY’s Ralph Vacchiano, Manning has no immediate plans to waive his no-trade clause to help facilitate a deal.

While Manning may have opportunities to start with quarterback needy teams such as the Jacksonville Jaguars, Indianapolis Colts, or Pittsburgh Steelers, he has made a home and also has a massive contract that both provide major hurdles to any deal.

For now, Manning will sit the bench as the Giants introduce a new era of Giants football, with Jones behind center.

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Giants Trade B.J. Goodson

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The New York Giants have traded veteran linebacker B.J. Goodson to the Green Bay Packers, according to ESPN’s Jordan Raanan.

Goodson, a one-time starter at middle linebacker, collected 61 tackles, a 1/2 sack, and two interceptions last year for the Giants.

In a corresponding move, the Giants added linebacker David Mayo, who will take Goodson’s place on the roster.

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Giants’ Eli Manning Says He is Not Rushing Into Retirement

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New York Giants veteran quarterback Eli Manning is in no rush to call it quits.

The 38-year old signal caller has seen a decline in his play, and with rookie Daniel Jones waiting in the wings, it’s only a matter of time.

Still, Manning says he doesn’t feel 38.

“I’m not rushing into retirement, and Peyton’s not telling me to rush into it,” Manning said, according to NOLA.com’s Rod Walker.

“I still love being around the guys and the teammates and playing this game. I’m going to play it for as long as I think I can hang with these guys.”

And about that age.

“In the locker room, I feel their age,” Manning said. “At 8 o’clock at night, I don’t feel their age. I’m ready to go to bed and they are just getting started rocking and rolling. I can’t hang and do everything they can do off the field. But on the field, I still feel like I can still run with them and they keep me young.”

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