Interim Giants GM Kevin Abrams spoke with reporters during practice on Thursday.
Abrams, who took over after Jerry Reese was fired earlier this month, said that he wants the full-time job and is ready for it, but didn't want to campaign for the job at this point.
Giants co-owner John Mara said after firing Reese and head coach Ben McAdoo that Abrams and interim head coach Steve Spagnuolo would both receive interviews for the respective full-time jobs if they were interested.
Regarding QB Eli Manning, Abrams said he believes the 36-year-old has lots of football left in him.
Abrams also addressed the situation with QB Davis Webb, who has remained inactive since Manning returned as the starter, with Geno Smith the No. 2 QB.
Abrams noted that he wants Webb to get playing time, but that "you can only play one quarterback at a time," deferring to Spagnuolo, who he says has the final call.
"Spags and I talk about it all the time," Abrams said. "John's talked about it on plenty of occasions, and we know what we want to accomplish, it's just not easy to do it necessarily. It's an ongoing conversation and hopefully we get an opportunity to put him out there, but it's got to be done the right way."