Shop for New York Giants gear at Fanatics.com

Manning Agrees on Contract Extension

Eli Manning has agreed on a new contract extension. The new contract extension is six years, $97 million, with an average salary of about $15.3 million, according to Fox Sports. The new deal tacks on to his current deal, which is in its last year, and is worth $9.4 million. The total contract is seven years, $106.7 million. While the total is not the highest ever, the annual salary is.  $35 million is guaranteed. The deal has not been signed yet, the report said, but they are close to signing it.

His numbers may not be worthy of the highest contract ever, but the Giants were never going to let him enter the open market. The Super Bowl ring didn’t hurt in the negotiating room. Good for Eli and the Giants, who can now move on, and focus on football.


Enjoyed this post?
Subscribe to Giants Gab via RSS Feed or E-mail and receive daily news updates from us!

Submit to Digg  Stumble This Story  Share on Twitter  Post on Facebook  Post on MySpace  Add to del.icio.us  Bark It Up  Submit to Reddit  Fave on Technorati

3 Responses to “Manning Agrees on Contract Extension”

  1. Well it’s the market value to. Let’s not forget that Matt Stafford, he who has done nothing, has just got 42 million dollars gurnateed in a contract.

    I’d take Eli Manning for 35 million guranteed, especially with more revenue continually flowing into the N.F.L. and salary cap space going up.

  2. […] Eli Manning agreeing on a contract extension earlier today, the media wanted to know what Jerry Reese thought. Well, […]

  3. […] that Eli is a very, very rich man (so much for a recession, huh?), the inevitable debate is going to begin: Is he worth the […]

Leave a Reply