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Eli Manning: "I've done nothing wrong"

21 April 2017, 01:35 | Joan Schultz

Getty Images Quarterback Eli Manning of the New York Giants

Getty Images              Quarterback Eli Manning of the New York Giants

After leaving the New York Giants practice facility Thursday following the team's latest day of organized team activities, Manning briefly met with the media to deny all the accusations against him. "However, because this is a pending litigation, I will not be able to answer questions or go into specific details on the matter", Manning said. Manning said he was angry about the claims and that the emails were "taken out of context".

Manning said he has heard "nothing from the NFL" regarding the matter.

The email followed one from Alan Zucker, Manning's marketing agent, who requested the QB to produce two game-used helmets and jerseys, as per his contract with Steiner, the Post reported.

The e-mail was included in a court filing in Bergen County (New Jersey) Superior Court. The suit also maintains the Giants were complicit by not saving the incriminating e-mail.

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"I have done everything the right way and have been a stand-up citizen and obviously you get - someone starts something up and everybody turns against you very quickly, it hurts a little bit", Manning said.

Brandon Steiner, CEO of memorabilia collector Steiner Sports, had Manning's back on Tuesday, saying on a Facebook Live video that the Giants' quarterback is "someone I would say I trust my children with." "I have no reason nor have I had any reason to do anything of that nature". The trial begins September 25.

The plaintiffs' lawyer, Brian Brook of Clinton, Brook & Peed, told ESPN that the email, included among roughly 200 pages of documents Manning produced as part of legal discovery, was key to specifically linking the quarterback to the lawsuit, which alleges an elaborate scheme to produce, pass off and sell memorabilia as game-used that was not. I know when this is done, everyone will see it the same way....

"I will say that I've never done what I've been accused of doing".



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