New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning provided phony “game-worn” gear that was sold as actually worn in games, according to court documents. Three memorabilia collectors are suing the Giants and Manning in a civil racketeering case.
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning provided phony “game-worn” gear that was sold as actually worn in games, according to court documents. Three memorabilia collectors are suing the Giants and Manning in a civil racketeering case. Bill Kostroun AP
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning provided phony “game-worn” gear that was sold as actually worn in games, according to court documents. Three memorabilia collectors are suing the Giants and Manning in a civil racketeering case. Bill Kostroun AP

Did Giants’ Eli Manning pass off phony ‘game-worn’ gear? Dealers say they have proof

April 13, 2017 06:40 PM

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