Eli Manning does not want to leave the Giants.
The 37-year-old quarterback, who has spent his entire 15-year career with New York, has struggled throughout his team’s 1-6 start and some have speculated the Giants could consider moving him before the Oct. 30 trade deadline.
Manning discussed those rumors Tuesday in an interview with New York radio station WFAN.
“I haven’t thought about the trade scenario and hey, this organization is the only team I’ve ever played for and only thing I know,” Manning said. “I love the Giants. It’s hard to imagine being with another organization.”
Giants coach Pat Shurmur said the team isn’t planning to deal Manning.
“That would be news to me at this point,” Shurmur said. “We’re moving forward, we’re trying to get everybody better, trying to do what we can to win this week.”
Manning, a two-time Super Bowl champion and four-time Pro Bowl player, has completed 69 percent of his passes and thrown seven touchdowns, along with four interceptions, in 2018. He holds a no-trade clause.