The New York Giants are in the market for a quarterback of the future. Eli Manning is 38 years old and in the final year of his contract. They have several options staring them in the face this offseason — they can draft, trade or sign a successor to Manning.

It has become the buzz of social media and talking heads across the country.

Here’s the options the Giants could be looking into as free agency, the new NFL season and the NFL Draft rapidly approach.

It’s no secret the Arizona Cardinals, holders of the first overall selection in the upcoming draft, are not completely sold on quarterback Josh Rosen, their first-round pick from 2018.

New head coach Kliff Kingsbury is said to be enamored with Kyler Murray and general manager Steve Keim didn’t seem convincing this week when asked if Rosen was their starter of the future.

Kingsbury has mentored several star quarterbacks in his day — all players that can move well and process in and out of the pocket: Baker Mayfield, Patrick Mahomes, Johnny Manziel (humor me) and Case Keenum. Murray is player that would fit perfectly into what Kingsbury wants to do.

That would make Rosen expendable, perhaps for a single pick in this year’s draft. The Giants would have to name their price, considering they have interest. Last season, they did show some interest in Rosen, but felt he wasn’t worth the second overall selection, which proved to be true. This is a long shot, Giant fans, especially if the Cards want a first rounder in return.

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