Eli Manning thinks there will soon be a new name on the Giants’ quarterback depth chart.The Giants hold two first-round picks in this month’s draft. Manning, New York’s longtime starter, was asked Monday if he thought the team would take a signal-caller with one of those selections. Russell Wilson free agency rumors: Seahawks think quarterback eventually ‘would like to play elsewhere’ “I have always felt that in the quarterback room I have always had a great relationship with everyone,” Manning said. “All the QBs, we have drafted quarterbacks and have had young quarterbacks in there. I enjoy talking football and enjoy talking ball. Giving tips on coverages, protections, concepts, everyone is trying to help each other.“I have enjoyed putting in the extra effort and the work. Getting everyone comfortable and up to speed. Help young guys trying to learn a new offense.”Manning was inconsistent in 2018 as the Giants missed the playoffs for a second straight year. Co-owner John Mara recently said the team was taking it “one year at time” with the 38-year-old, whose contract is set to expire after next season. “Yes, I can see the Giants getting a young quarterback,” Manning told reporters. “I understand that. I still have to do my job. I will do my part. Same as last year. Go out there, play quarterback, win football games. That is what I am trying to do.”The Giants have reportedly met with multiple quarterbacks leading into the draft, including Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins, Missouri’s Drew Lock and Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray. Related News NFL Draft 2019: Kyler Murray reportedly visiting Giants “I never concerned myself with that,” Manning said. “I think every year I am just worried about that next year. That is what I am thinking about. I am thinking about right now with this team. Getting rolling, getting wins and doing whatever it takes to be a good teammate to get this team winning football games.”Manning completed 66 percent of his passes and threw for 21 touchdowns, along with 11 interceptions, in 16 games in 2018.
In addition to the date being changed by a fortnight, the time is also different from previous years. The 2019 post time was more than an hour later, at 6:48 p.m. ET.MORE: How much will the Belmont Stakes winner get?Belmont Stakes post positionsHere are the entrants to the 2020 Belmont Stakes, including odds and post position for each horse:Post positionHorseJockeyTrainerOdds1Tap It To WinJohn VelazquezMark Casse6-12Sole VolanteLuca PaniciPatrick Biancone9-23Max PlayerJoel RosarioLinda Rice15-14ModernistJunior AlvaradoBill Moss15-15Farmington RoadJavier CastellanoTodd Pletcher15-16Fore LeftJose OrtizDoug O’Neill30-17Jungle RunnerReylu GutierrezSteve Asmussen50-18Tiz The LawManny FrancoBarclay Tagg6-59Dr PostIrad Ortiz Jr.Todd Pletcher5-110PneumaticRicardo Santana Jr.Steve Asmussen8-1 Jockey Manny Franco, who rode Tiz The Law across the finish line, claimed the first Triple Crown triumph of his young career.Strutting his stuff…we see you Tiz 👀 @nytbreeders #BelmontStakes pic.twitter.com/3IrfDgSvWy— Belmont Stakes (@BelmontStakes) June 20, 2020Who won the Belmont Stakes in 2020?Tiz The Law won the Belmont Stakes with a late flourish, bursting past a fading Tap It To Win down the stretch by almost four lengths. Tiz The Law finished ahead of second-placed Dr Post and third-placed Max Player. Tap It To Win dropped all the way back to fifth place.The Tiz The Law team gets a $1 million reward for its horse’s finish.Belmont Stakes results: Complete finishing orderPlaceHorseLengths behind1Tiz The Law–2Dr Post3 3/43Max Player5 1/44Pneumatic7 3/45Tap It To Win146Sole Volante15 3/47Modernist20 1/28Farmington Road21 1/49Fore Left22 3/410Jungle Runner39 1/4Watch the full Belmont Stakes raceBelmont Stakes highlightsTHE NEW YORK HERO! 🗽Tiz The Law pulls away on the back stretch and wins the @BelmontStakes in brilliant fashion ✨ pic.twitter.com/ZEtHmdqLjI— NBC Sports (@NBCSports) June 20, 2020THE NEW YORK HERO!!! TIZ THE LAW AND @jockeyfranco WIN THE $1,000,000 BELMONT STAKES! @nytbreeders pic.twitter.com/2z6SHNeldM— Belmont Stakes (@BelmontStakes) June 20, 2020Belmont Stakes live updates(All times Eastern)5:47 p.m.: Tiz The Law Takes charge down the final stretch! The New York-born horse wins by four lengths in 146.53 seconds.5:46 p.m.: Tap It To Win carries the advantage through the first half-mile.5:45 p.m.: They’re off!5:42 p.m.: Moments away from go time now.Are you ready? We are!It’s time for the 152nd running of the @BelmontStakes and the FIRST Triple Crown race of 2020.Watch now on NBC or stream here: https://t.co/yZWWsJPTdN pic.twitter.com/lKd8tIB6eD— NBC Sports (@NBCSports) June 20, 20205:35 p.m.: A reminder that Tiz The Law will be the favorite here, while Jungle Runner is a huge underdog.5:32 p.m.: Frank Sinatra time on NBC.5:26 p.m.: We’re closing in on the big race.The jockeys have arrived… pic.twitter.com/0NTGsjMe3S— Belmont Stakes (@BelmontStakes) June 20, 20205 p.m.: Oleksandra wins entry into the Breeders’ Cup.OLEKSANDRA wins a tight one in race 9pic.twitter.com/a0J6BX5eQs— Bet The Horses (@betthehorses) June 20, 20204:45 p.m.: History could be made later today.A victory for Max Player today in the @BelmontStakes would make @LindaRiceRacing the first female trainer to win a Triple Crown race. 🙌@OnHerTurf | #BelmontStakes pic.twitter.com/JnNdwDTHZW— NBC Sports (@NBCSports) June 20, 20204:40 p.m.: Gamine dominates the Grade 1 Acorn Stakes in record-setting fashion ahead of the main event.WHAT HAVE WE JUST SEEN?!Bob Baffert’s Gamine wins the Grade 1 Acorn Stakes at Belmont by a mile and in the fastest time ever! pic.twitter.com/8NZAnCLZr7— At The Races (@AtTheRaces) June 20, 2020Belmont Stakes post timeDate: Saturday, June 20Post time: 5:42 p.m. ET | 2:42 p.m. PTTV channel: NBCLive stream: NBC Sports app, fuboTV (7-day free trial)The television coverage is set to last from 2:45 p.m. to 6 p.m. ET or shortly after the conclusion of the Belmont Stakes. There will be less pomp and circumstance around the race, but COVID-19 won’t take from the fun and fanfare of a much-anticipated, much-needed major sporting event. In the first time the Triple Crown series of races has ever started at Belmont Park, the Belmont Stakes saw its first New York-bred victor since 1882 in Tiz The Law.The Saturday race was claimed by almost four lengths, as Tiz The Law came on strong at the end to blow past the rest of the 10-horse field.