Eli Manning made his retirement official on Friday with a press conference at the Giants facility.  The four-time Pro Bowler is calling it quits after 16 seasons in a New York Giants uniform.

Manning finished his career with a 117-117 record and two Super Bowl wins.  He also took home two Super Bowl MVP awards by leading game winning drives over the greatest dynasty in modern sports.

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All of that equals one awesome New York tribute for Manning. 

The Empire State Building announced that they will honor the Giants quarterback on Saturday Night with navy, red and white lights with his number on the mast.

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