Eli Manning’s sports memorabilia lawsuit settled

A lawsuit claiming Eli Manning committed memorabilia fraud was settled on Monday.

The New York Giants released a statement that said the matter was settled by all parties involved and that the agreement does not support any allegations of wronging.

“All parties are grateful to have the matter, which began in 2014, concluded and are now focused on football, the fans and the future,” the statement read.

In the case, collectors say they paid thousands of dollars for helmets that were altered to appear as if they were worn in NFL games — including one supposedly worn by Manning in the 2008 Super Bowl.

The lawsuit, which was filed in New Jersey Superior Court, also named Steiner Sports, Giants co-owner John Mara and others.

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