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Eli Manning, back with Giants and NFL, hasn’t decided if he’ll pursue personnel role down road

Eli Manning hasn’t closed the door on getting involved on the football side of an NFL team one day. “I don’t think I’ve made all those decisions,” Manning, 40, said Sunday at MetLife Stadium, attending his first Giants game as an employee and fan since his retirement in January 2019. The two-time Super Bowl MVP said if he did consider a personnel role, he’d probably want to find out first if …

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