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Eli Manning, Back From Ankle Surgery, Takes Field for Giants OTAs

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    Giants quarterback Eli Manning, center, looks to pass during an organized team activity on Thursday in East Rutherford.

    Eli Manning participated with the first-team offense at the Giants' organized team activity, showing no signs of the offseason ankle surgery he underwent nearly two months ago.

    Manning took most of the snaps during the workout Thursday, saying there's "no swelling, no discomfort, no issues" and he's "able to go about my business."

    Manning had ankle surgery in early April following a season that featured 27 interceptions and just 18 touchdowns. He also was sacked a career-high 39 times and the team finished with a 7-9 record.

    The Giants are installing a new version of the West Coast offense under the guidance of new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo.

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