The Jaguars will not be making any attempts to trade for Giants QB Eli Manning or any other quarterback, reports Chris Mortensen of ESPN.
The Jaguars benched QB Blake Bortles during Sunday's loss to the Texans, but the team has since announced that Bortles will remain the starter. Jacksonville is confident that Carlos Hyde and eventually Leonard Fournette will help anchor their running game and bolster their offense.
Even if the Jaguars were interested in acquiring Manning, he has a no-trade clause and has not made any indication that he would be willing to waive it.
Entering Monday night's game against the Falcons, Manning has thrown for 1,662 yards along with six touchdowns and four interceptions through six games.