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Giants bench Manning, to start Jones

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) Eli Manning's long and distinguished reign as the New York Giants' starting quarterback is seemingly over. Let the Daniel Jones era begin.

Coach Pat Shurmur announced Tuesday that the No. 6 overall pick in the NFL draft is replacing the two-time Super Bowl MVP as the Giants' quarterback, beginning Sunday at Tampa Bay.

The move comes less than 24 hours after Shurmur refused to say Manning would remain the starter following two straight losses, the sixth time in seven years New York has gotten off to a 0-2 start.

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QB Newton re-aggravates foot injury

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Cam Newton's status for Sunday's game at Arizona is uncertain after the 2015 league MVP reaggravated a mid-foot sprain.

Newton did not practice Tuesday and Panthers coach Ron Rivera gave no timetable for his QB's potential return, saying "He's going to get his treatment, we'll see how he feels and we'll adjust to it as we go through it."

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Jets' Darnold targets Week 5 return

NEW YORK (AP) Sam Darnold hopes to be back on the field sooner than many expected.

The New York Jets quarterback said Tuesday during his weekly spot on "The Michael Kay Show" on 98.7 ESPN New York that he's feeling much better while recovering from mononucleosis and is aiming to return in Week 5 against the Philadelphia Eagles. That would mean he would miss only two games.

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Jets' Siemian out for '19, Falk to start

NEW YORK (AP) The Jets' quarterback woes just got a bit worse.

Trevor Siemian will be sidelined for the rest of the season with an ankle injury, and third-stringer Luke Falk will start for New York at New England on Sunday - and beyond until Sam Darnold returns from illness.

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Brees to have thumb surgery Wednesday

NEW ORLEANS (AP) Injured Saints quarterback Drew Brees says he has surgery on his throwing thumb scheduled on Wednesday in Los Angeles.

In a text message to news outlets including The Associated Press, Brees says he is "confident in the surgery that will take place" and that he'll dedicate himself to a rehabilitation process to get back to playing as quickly as he can.

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Ramsey wants out, will play Thursday

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) Jalen Ramsey arrived for the season in the back of an armored truck , sending a clear message to the Jacksonville Jaguars about his worth.

It would be fitting if he departed in a dump truck, assuming the Jaguars (0-2) unload their disgruntled defender.

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Patriots place tackle Wynn on IR again

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) The Patriots have placed left tackle Isaiah Wynn on injured reserve, marking the latest blow to an already injury-riddled offensive line.

Wynn suffered a foot injury in the first quarter of New England's 43-0 win at Miami on Sunday and did not return to the game. The Patriots filled Wynn's roster spot Tuesday by signing veteran lineman Caleb Benenoch, who has played in 35 games with 22 starts for Tampa Bay over the past four seasons.

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Lions cut Anderson, Johnson; add Perkins

ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) The Detroit Lions have released running back C.J. Anderson, quickly cutting ties with a player who helped the Los Angeles Rams reach the Super Bowl.

Detroit made the relatively surprising move Tuesday night after adding running back Paul Perkins off waivers from the New York Giants.

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Vinatieri never contemplated retirement

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Adam Vinatieri just needed some time to clear his head.

The rumored retirement apparently was never under consideration.

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Lions sign veteran Driskel for QB depth

ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) The Detroit Lions have signed quarterback Jeff Driskel to add depth behind Matthew Stafford.

Detroit added Driskel and released quarterback Josh Johnson on Tuesday. The Lions also have rookie quarterback David Blough.

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