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Eli Manning insists he did nothing wrong in memorabilia suit

21 April 2017

A memorabilia dealer ensnared in a lawsuit accusing Eli Manning of providing phony game-worn gear says he can only hope the items the Giants star gave him to sell were legit.

"I have never done what I've been accused of doing", Manning said, via Ralph Vacchiano of SNY.

Manning and New York Giants equipment manager Joe Skiba are accused of trying to pass off unused items, such as helmets that sold for over $4,000, as "game-used".

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Steiner later told ESPN he was out of the country when the story broke and had not yet had a chance to speak to Manning. An Email suggests Manning knew of the scam prior to the sale. "Eli Manning is well known for his integrity and this is just the latest misguided attempt to defame his character".

Manning spoke Thursday at an offseason availability.

The two-time Super Bowl victor has a contract with Steiner Sports, a prominent sports memorabilia seller, but Manning said he would have no financial incentive by trying to pass along equipment that wasn't authentic.

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"Before we get started, I would like to address what has been going on in the news the past couple of days".

"2 game used helmets and 2 game used jerseys per your contract [with Steiner Sports]".

"When Eli Manning walks into your office and he says, "These are my game-used items", then I'd like to think that I can believe that", Steiner said in a Monday Facebook Live interview. "Yes, I lose sleep because I see this". The Giants quarterback failed to talk specifics of the incident, citing the ongoing legal case against him, which prevents him from discussing it publicly.

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According to the Post, the emails were filed in New Jersey's Bergen County Superior Court by three memorabilia collectors who are pursuing a civil lawsuit against the quarterback.

Eli Manning insists he did nothing wrong in memorabilia suit