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Leonard: Time is running out on Eli Manning’s Giants career as struggling QB not a short or long-term solution for Big Blue

Also, if the Giants traded Manning in the next week, the team would absorb a $6.2 million dead money hit against their salary cap in both 2018 and 2019, per OvertheCap.com. It would make more financial sense, instead, to wait and release Manning this offseason, before owing him a $5 million roster bonus on the fifth day of the 2019 league year, and only take next season’s dead money hit while clearing $17 million by unloading Manning’s hefty salary.

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