The New York Giants have the second overall pick in this year’s NFL Draft, and they are in search of their next franchise quarterback. With both Josh Rosen and Sam Darnold deciding to turn pro, some have wondered if that makes it less likely that Eli Manning will be back with the team in 2018. In a Q&A with Steve Serby of the New York Post this week, new Giants general manager Dave Gettleman was asked for his thoughts on Rosen and Darnold declaring for the draft. If he’s excited, he’s not showing it. “It just deepens the pool,” Gettleman said. When asked if the two college stars foregoing their senior seasons will have any impact on Manning’s situation, Gettleman said even less. “Who knows?” he asked. Gettleman has already indicated that he is open to bringing back Manning as New York’s starting QB in 2018, but the clock it obviously ticking.