It looks like Eli Manning and the New York Giants have finally agreed to that new deal.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Manning’s is a four-year, $84 million extension, $65 million of which is guaranteed money. Add this year, the final year of his old deal, and Manning is set to earn $101.5 million over the next five seasons.
This comes as the culmination of an offseason filled with statements of confidence by both sides that a deal would eventually get done.
In 11 seasons with the Giants, Manning has completed 59 percent of his passes and posted 259 touchdown passes to 185 interceptions. As you might remember, he has also won two Super Bowls.
In 21 career games against the Cowboys, Manning is 10-11. His 22nd career start against Dallas is set for Sunday night at AT&T Stadium.