New York Daily News: Eli Manning's contract is due to e...

New York Daily News: Eli Manning's contract is due to expire after next season,
and sometime in the next year - probably the next few months - the Giants will
take the first steps toward making him the next member of the $100 million QB
club. Manning might even end up being the highest-paid member, as several NFL
sources said his next deal could be worth a league-high $15 million per season.
That would be an average of $1 million more than his brother Peyton is making on
the 7-year, $98 million deal he signed with the Colts in 2004. Based on
interviews with several agents and personnel people, Eli Manning appears to be
in line for a7- or 8-year contract worth $110 million-$120 million with $40
million in guarantees. That would make the 28-year-old the eighth quarterback
to top the $100 million barrier, and would put him near the top with Philly's
Donovan Mcnabb (12 years, $115million), Cincinnati's Carson Palmer (9 years,
$118.75 million), and former Atlanta QB Michael Vick (10 years, $130 million).
"We know," said one team source. "But that's money we're going to be happy to

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