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Recently-Retired Giants Quarterback Alex Tanney Made Nearly $4 Million to Throw 15 NFL Passes

Alex Tanney’s retirement not only leaves the New York Giants without their third-string quarterback, but it just took away one of football’s best stories. If everything went to plan, Giants fans only saw Tanney in the preseason or on the sidelines. Tanney was the perfect third-string quarterback, someone who showed up every day, waited for an emergency situation, and went home.
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Ex-Giant Alex Tanney gets job on Eagles’ coaching staff

A former New York Giants veteran quarterback now has a coaching job with the Philadelphia Eagles. No, it’s not Eli Manning. Two days after quarterback Alex Tanney, 33, retired from the Giants, he returned to the NFL as an offensive quality control coach for the Eagles. Though Tanney played just...
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Ex-NY Giants QB Alex Tanney to join NFC East rival’s coaching staff

Former NY Giants quarterback Alex Tanney wasted little time before jumping into the coaching game, joining the NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles’ staff on Thursday. Tanney, 33, announced his retirement from the NFL on Tuesday, ending a nine-year career where he played his final two seasons in a Giants uniform. By Thursday, Tanney had been named the Philadelphia Eagles’ staff as an offensive quality control coach.
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Eagles Add Alex Tanney To Coaching Staff

Alex Tanney retired as a member of the Giants earlier this week. He is now on his way to the Eagles. Sirianni and Tanney crossed paths several years ago. Sirianni was a Chiefs assistant under Todd Haley and Romeo Crennel; his last season in Kansas City (2012, as wide receivers coach) overlapped with Tanney’s arrival as a UDFA. Tanney spent his rookie season on the Chiefs’ IR list and embarked on his nomadic career soon after.
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Former Giants QB Alex Tanney Joins Eagles Coaching Staff

Two days after announcing his retirement from the NFL, former Giants quarterback Alex Tanney didn't wait too long or have to look too far for a new gig. The 33-year-old Tanney was named to new Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni's assistant coaching staff as an Offensive Quality Control coach. Tanney,...
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Alex Tanney, Giants backup QB, retires after 9 seasons

Alex Tanney is calling it a career. The Giants organization announced the news via its official Twitter account Tuesday afternoon. Tanney spent much of the last three seasons with New York after initially signing a contract with the team prior to the 2018 campaign. QB Alex Tanney retires after 9...
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New York Giants: Former manning backup Alex Tanney retires after 9 years

The backup quarterbacks don’t make many headlines in the NFL, but former New York Giants backup Alex Tanney is in the news right now for a different reason than usual – retirement. He announced his retirement on Tuesday following a nine year NFL career where he will be most known to Giants fans as being the backup to Eli Manning for a period.
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Former Manning backup Alex Tanney retires after 9 years

The backup quarterbacks don’t make many headlines in the NFL, but former New York Giants backup Alex Tanney is in the news right now for a different reason than usual – retirement. He announced his retirement on Tuesday following a nine year NFL career where he will be most known to Giants fans as being the backup to Eli Manning for a period.
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Giants quarterback Alex Tanney retires after 9 NFL seasons

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Alex Tanney, who threw 15 passes in a nine-year NFL career, has retired. The Giants announced the 33-year-old quarterback's decision on Tuesday after three seasons with the team. His only appearance for New York was in Eli Manning's final game in 2019, and he completed one pass.
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Giants quarterback Alex Tanney retires from NFL

Alex Tanney, who spent most of the past three seasons as a Giants backup quarterback, is retiring after nine years in the NFL, having thrown only 15 passes in two games. Tanney, 33, is best known for replacing Eli Manning on Dec. 15, 2019 when Manning was taken out in the fourth quarter of a victory over the Dolphins in what was the final start and appearance of Manning’s 16-year career.
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Giants QB Alex Tanney To Retire

Despite agreeing to a reserve/futures contract with the Giants last month, Alex Tanney will step away from the game. The veteran reserve quarterback announced his retirement Tuesday. Although Tanney, 33, did not end up seeing much game work during his career, he hung around for nine NFL seasons. The Division...
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Giants' Alex Tanney: Retires from football

Tanney was placed on the reserve/retired list by the Giants on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Tanney is deciding to hang up his cleats after a nine-year NFL career in which he appeared in two games between the Titans and Giants. He completed 11 of 15 passes for 100 yards and one touchdown.
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Giants' Alex Tanney: Staying with New York into 2021

The Giants signed Tanney to a reserve/future contract Monday, Michael Eisen of the Giants' official site reports. The practice squad mainstay will remain a Giant into the new league year, having gone without a regular-season appearance during the 2020 campaign. For his career, Tanney has completed 11 of 15 passes for 100 yards and one passing TD over two appearances.