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Giants' Manning Issues 'Angry' Denial Of Memorabilia Fraud

Law360, New York (April 20, 2017, 7:34 PM EDT) -- New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning firmly denied Thursday allegations that he defrauded sports memorabilia dealers, after a dealer's attorneys in a 3-year-old New Jersey lawsuit against the team said a 2010 email exchange with the team equipment manager proves Manning provided fake game-used helmets.

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning on Thursday denied claims that he provided memorabilia dealers with fake game-used helmets. (AP) “I will say that I have never done what I have been accused of doing,” Manning told reporters Thursday, according to...
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