Eli Manning: 'Bullying wouldn't happen at the New York Giants'

New York Giants' Eli Manning in action against New York Jets on August 24, 2013
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New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning feels that bullying similar to the situation at the Miami Dolphins would not happen in their locker room.

Quarterback Eli Manning has suggested that 'harassment' would not happen within the New York Giants locker room.

Following the recent incident at the Miami Dolphins, where Jonathan Martin claimed that he was the subject of bullying from teammate Richie Incognito, Manning is the latest NFL star to have his say.

The two-time Super Bowl MVP told North Jersey.com: "We don't have an issue with that in this locker room. I think everybody on this team is trying to get the best out of each player and to come in here and be a team and just support each other and help each other so we can go out there and win football games.

"I don't know all the details of everything going on down in Miami, but it doesn't sound like a very good thing and you just can't have it like that."

Incognito has been suspended from the team for his recent conduct.

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