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Who else was involved in the Eli Manning David Rivers trade?

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2008-04-14 21:00:54
2008-04-14 21:00:54

Eli Manning was traded for the rights to sign Philip Rivers (who the Giants had just drafted) and 3 draft picks that the Chargers used on Shawne Merriman, Nate Kaeding, and Roman Oben. Rivers, Merriman, and Kaeding all reached the Pro Bowl.

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