New York Giants

New York Giants rookie quarterback Daniel Jones was limited in practice for the second straight workout on Thursday, increasing the likelihood two-time Super Bowl Eli Manning will start this weekend. Jones, who replaced Manning as the starter in the third week of the season, missed Monday night's loss in Philadelphia with a sprained right ankle. The sixth pick overall in this year's draft, Jones took part in a jog-through workout on Wednesday.

The 2019 season isn't ending the way Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores or New York Giants counterpart Pat Shurmur had hoped months ago. The Dolphins dropped their first seven games, and the Giants headed south after a 2-2 start highlighted by rookie Daniel Jones replacing 38-year-old Eli Manning as the starting quarterback. When the Dolphins (3-10) visit the Giants (2-11) on Sunday the outcome only will help decide the selection order in the draft next spring and give one team a rare chance to celebrate.

At any point in the day, New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins shouldn't say what he did on Twitter to an angry fan. According to Jordan Raanan of, Jenkins was out of practice due to an ankle injury. During the practice, Jenkins responded to a fan who asked him why the stats he was citing wasn't contributing to any wins.

Rookie Daniel Jones returned to practice on a limited basis Wednesday, creating uncertainty about the New York Giants starting quarterback this weekend against the Miami Dolphins. Jones, who has been the Giants starter since the third week of the season, missed Monday night's game with a sprained right ankle. Two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning started against the Eagles and threw two touchdown passes in a 23-17 overtime loss.

New York Giants rookie quarterback Daniel Jones shed his walking boot and was seen jogging on the practice field Wednesday morning. Jones is working his way past a reported high-ankle sprain that forced him to sit out the Giants' 23-17 overtime setback to the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday. The loss was the franchise high-tying ninth in a row for New York (2-11), which hosts the Miami Dolphins (3-10) on Sunday (1 p.m. ET) in East Rutherford, N.J.

Two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning may have started his final game for the New York Giants. Giants coach Pat Shurmur on Tuesday said Daniel Jones will return as the starting quarterback once his sprained right ankle heals. The coach added he has not considered giving the-38-year-old Manning a final start at home either this weekend against Miami or in the regular-season finale on Dec. 29 against Philadelphia.

In case you didn't notice while watching Monday Night Football, the NFC East stinks. In fact, the cumulative record of the NFC East this season puts the division within striking distance of tying the record for the worst division in NFL history. With three weeks remaining this season, here's how the NFC East standings look: Dallas 6-7 Philadelphia 6-7 Washington 3-10 NY Giants 2-11 That's a cumulative record of 17-35, which is actually a worse winning percentage than the worst in NFL history, the 2008 NFC West, which finished the season 22-42.

The Philadelphia Eagles needed overtime to beat divisional rivals New York Giants 23-17 on Monday Night Football. The win gives the Eagles a 6-7 record and a share of the lead in the NFC East. The Giants scored all 17 of their points in the second quarter, after neither side managed to score a single point in the first quarter of the game.

For a while, it looked like Eli Manning would give us one more memorable moment. In the first half Manning, in his first start since Week 2, was playing well and the New York Giants led 17-3. Manning threw two touchdowns to rookie Darius Slayton.

The New York Giants might be Eli Manning's team for the rest of the season. Manning will make his first start since week 2 on Monday night while rookie Daniel Jones is sidelined with a high right ankle sprain. The NFL Network reported Monday that Jones is expected to be out a total of 2-4 weeks, making it possible he misses the rest of the season and Manning keeps that starting role.

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