Moving up would cost Giants plenty
Eli is thought of highly. Though he may not have the sometimes preternatural cerebral powers of his older sibling (who does?), he's more athletic, has better feet and a stronger arm.
One team that believes the Ole Miss product can become a great quarterback like his brother and father, Archie, is the New York Giants. In fact, general manager Ernie Accorsi likes him so much that he's already had conversations with the San Diego Chargers, who own the top pick in April's draft. Accorsi loves franchise quarterbacks and has a good feeling about the youngest Manning. But the cost of moving up in the draft is a steep one.
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