Eli Manning is sticking to sports.

The Giants quarterback was asked about the protests going on across the NFL, which included three of his teammates taking a knee during the national anthem, but Manning’s response was rather mundane.

“I think the team is focused on the game,” Manning said. “We’re focused about going out there and doing our business and understand that we’re football players and we have a job to do on Sunday.”

The Giants all stood with locked arms for the national anthem on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field with Landon Collins, Damon “Snacks” Harrison and Olivier Vernon opting to take a knee in the wake of President Donald Trump’s “son of a b---h” insults regarding NFL players who protested police brutality and inequalities against minorities.