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2019 Schedule
2-11, 4th in NFC East

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Eli Manning farewell game included a nice ovation at the start, a 51-yard TD pass and two late interceptions in the first half. The Giants now trail the Dolphins 10-7 at MetLife Stadium.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants inactives no real surprises. Wayne Gallman not dressing for the second straight game. Inactives: QB Daniel Jones (ankle) TE Rhett Ellison (concussion) TE Evan Engram (foot) G Kevin Zeitler (ankle) RB Wayne Gallman OL Chad Slade

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Eli Manning checking in for what will likely be his final home start. Talked with Manning this week about his best/most memorable home games. Some of the games mentioned: — 2004 finale vs Dallas for his first win — 2005 vs Broncos — 2005 vs Rams — 2011 vs Jets Victor Cruz 99-yard TD (not technically home but still at MetLife) — 2007 vs Patriots — 2011 playoffs vs Atlanta

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23hCameron Wolfe

Dolphins WRs Parker, Wilson cleared to face NYG

The Dolphins should have their two starting receivers available against the Giants on Sunday after DeVante Parker and Albert Wilson were cleared from the concussion protocol.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

My understanding is Janoris Jenkins was about 50-50 to play this week with his ankle. Should be ready to go next week. Will cost $1.2M for final 2 weeks + playoffs if team claims him Monday. Talked to two executives with possible playoff teams who said they wouldn't touch him. But it only takes one!

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2dJordan Raanan

Giants waive CB Jenkins after 'offensive' tweet

Two days after tweeting what coach Pat Shurmur called an "inappropriate and offensive" comment to a fan, cornerback Janoris Jenkins has been waived by the Giants.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Daniel Jones is out. Eli Manning starts. Out for Sunday: QB Daniel Jones (ankle) TE Evan Engram (foot) TE Rhett Ellison (concussion) G Kevin Zeitler (ankle)

Stephen A.: Giants are lying about their reason for cutting Jenkins (1:54)
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2dJordan Raanan

Manning to start for Giants with Jones out

Eli Manning will start for the Giants again Sunday against the Dolphins, his second start in a row, as rookie quarterback Daniel Jones continues to deal with a high ankle sprain.

Ninkovich: Eli Manning will get back to .500 (0:55)

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Pat Shurmur said he spoke with Janoris Jenkins and made it clear his Twitter remarks were "inappropriate and offensive." Jenkins' public apology followed. Shurmur also said he wouldn't share if there was any fine or discipline for the remark.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

OT Nate Solder named the Giants nominee for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award. Well deserved for his work in the community and particularly with initiatives that involve families and children. Second time in his career Solder has been honored. Giants also mentioned in the release to announce Solder's nomination what he's been dealing with personally. Solder's son recently had a tumor removed and is undergoing a third round of chemotherapy.

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Sherman, Jenkins join Payton Award nominees

Veteran defensive backs and team leaders Richard Sherman of the 49ers and Malcolm Jenkins of the Eagles are among the 32 nominees for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award.

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4dJordan Raanan

Giants CB tweets insult to fan during practice

Giants coach Pat Shurmur wasn't happy that injured cornerback Janoris Jenkins used a disparaging remark to insult a fan on Twitter while the rest of the team was practicing.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

That's Eli Manning working with the starting running backs and Daniel Jones (ankle) with the backups. Probably a good indication of how this week will play out. Other notables: No G Kevin Zeitler (ankle) and CB Janoris Jenkins (ankle) at practice.

Stephen A: Eli isn't a Hall of Fame QB (1:26)

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Daniel Jones is "making progress," per Pat Shurmur. The Giants still need to see him move around early this week to see where he is and if he has a chance to start vs. Dolphins. Shurmur says it's too early to make a definitive statement on whether Jones or Eli Manning starts.

Team Stats

Passing Yards218.222nd
Rushing Yards93.826th
Points For19.025th
Points Against27.8