Manning comes to terms

Manning and the Giants agreed to terms on a six-year deal that will bring Manning $45 million.

While Eli Manning didn't make it to Albany in time for New York's mandatory camp-opening meeting at 1 p.m., no one seemed to care.

That's because Manning was expected to arrive in Albany by dinner time Thursday evening and be on hand for New York's first practice Friday morning.

Manning and the Giants agreed to terms on a six-year deal that will bring Manning $45 million. If he hits all of the incentives in the pact Manning would earn $54 million. His $20 million signing bonus is spread out over the first five years of the deal, with Manning receiving $10-12 million at the time of the signing.

"That's good for everybody," WR Ike Hilliard said. "When your number one is in camp, that's huge."

Manning was expected to meet with the media shortly after arriving in Albany. Check back to www.giantinsider.net for comments from New York's franchise QB.

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