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Giants Now: Eli's legacy to be celebrated Sunday


Eli Manning's Giants legacy to be cemented Sunday

Eli Manning had a legendary 16-year career with the New York Giants, starting 246 career regular season and playoff games, setting numerous franchise records and taking home two Super Bowl MVP awards while never playing for another team. As he put it at his retirement ceremony in January 2020, Manning truly epitomizes the phrase "Once a Giant, Always a Giant, Only a Giant."

Manning will be welcomed to the Giants Ring of Honor and will have his No. 10 jersey retired in a commemorative halftime ceremony during Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons.

Family, former teammates and more will be present for the ceremony. Fans will want to stay in their seats to watch one of the all-time Giants greats be forever memorialized.

The first 25,000 fans in attendance at the game will also receive a special Eli Manning bobblehead.

Limited tickets are still available and can be found here. The halftime ceremony will also be streamed on, the Giants App and GiantsTV.

Manning will hold a Ring of Honor press conference at 2pm this Thursday, which will also be streamed exclusively on, the Giants App and GiantsTV.

For more content on the career of Eli Manning, including feature articles, highlight videos and memorable photo galleries, check out and the Thank You, Eli video section on GiantsTV.

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Limited Tickets Available for Eli Manning Ceremony

Limited tickets are available for Eli Manning's jersey retirement and Ring of Honor induction game

Thank you for the memories, Eli

Eli Manning had plenty of remarkable moments during his years as the Giants quarterback. Check out the video below to view some of those memorable moments.

Through the Years: Eli Manning's career in photos

Check out the gallery below to view photos of two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning's career with the New York Giants.

Photos from the career of two-time Super Bowl MVP quarterback Eli Manning