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MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Photo: Wikimedia

The New York Giants and the team’s two-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback, Eli Manning, have settled claims by three sports memorabilia collectors that they were victims of fraud in connection with supposedly “game-worn” equipment.

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Michael Booth

Trenton Bureau Chief New Jersey Law Journal American Lawyer Media mbooth@alm.com Twitter: @mboothnjlj

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