Eli Manning, Giants Shed RICO Claims In Memorabilia Suit

By Jeannie O'Sullivan (April 20, 2018, 7:05 PM EDT) -- A New Jersey judge on Thursday tossed racketeering claims in a wide-ranging suit alleging New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning defrauded sports memorabilia dealers, finding there was no illicit enterprise, but said certain contract claims and other allegations will go to trial next month.

Ruling on summary judgment motions by all parties in the suit accusing Manning of knowingly peddling fake used game helmets, Bergen County Superior Court Judge James J. DeLuca said there was no "common purpose" collusion among the Giants, Manning, Manning's company and team equipment director Joseph Skiba because they all had "separate and distinct" goals. The suit...

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