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Giants list Beckham, Marshall day to day

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) The New York Giants apparently can breathe a little easier.

Leading receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Brandon Marshall seemingly avoided major injuries in a meaningless preseason game.

Coach Ben McAdoo said Tuesday that the team's wideouts are being listed as day to day after being hurt in the first half of Monday night's preseason loss to the Cleveland Browns. Despite escaping without a major injury, McAdoo did not rule out playing them in either of the final two preseason games.

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Steelers' Bell hints at Sept. 1 return

PITTSBURGH (AP) Steelers star Le'Veon Bell has suggested on Twitter that he will return to the team on Sept. 1, the day after Pittsburgh's final preseason game.

Bell hasn't signed his franchise tender and has been holding out through training camp. Responding to a fan Tuesday night asking when he plans to end his holdout, Bell wrote: "9-1-17" and added a wink.

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Union prez: NFL can't afford '21 lockout

CINCINNATI (AP) Players union President Eric Winston said the NFL can't afford another lockout when the collective bargaining agreement expires in 2021, even though he thinks it's inevitable.

The Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman tweeted on Tuesday that if the league locks out players as it did in 2011, or overlooks the health risks to players, then "they have signaled that they are not worried about the game in 20-30 years."

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Pats' Kraft gave Trump a Super Bowl ring

BOSTON (AP) President Donald Trump has a Super Bowl championship ring - just like Vladimir Putin.

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft gave Trump the diamond-encrusted ring. The sitting president usually receives gifts from sports teams during celebratory White House visits - a personalized jersey is standard - but Kraft gave Trump a ring as well, Patriots spokesman Stacey James said Tuesday.

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Hospital defends fired Saints doctors

NEW ORLEANS (AP) The hospital system employing two recently fired New Orleans Saints team physicians says its review of the doctors' work yielded no evidence of a "misdiagnosis" or even an unusual diagnosis.

The Ochsner Health System review came after the Saints removed orthopedic surgeons Deryk Jones and Misty Suri from the team's medical staff last week.

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Jackson to soon name Browns' starting QB

CLEVELAND (AP) Coach Hue Jackson is letting the drama build to a crescendo. His pick as Cleveland's starting quarterback is only hours away.

Drum roll, please.

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Attorney Mehri wants to head NFLPA

WASHINGTON (AP) Civil rights attorney Cyrus Mehri, who co-wrote the NFL's Rooney Rule, says he plans to challenge DeMaurice Smith for his job as executive director of the NFL Players Association.

Mehri tells HBO's "Real Sports" he felt compelled to become a candidate for the position after examining the league's most recent labor deal with the union. Mehri says the players "went backwards economically in a massive way," and Smith gave Commissioner Roger Goodell "a blank check" when it comes to player discipline.

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Broncos LB Barrett back from hip injury

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) The fresh-legged pass rusher lined up against Denver's newly anointed starting left tackle Garett Bolles on Tuesday and promptly bowled the rookie first-round draft pick over.

Welcome back, Shaq Barrett .

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Jets' Forte: No doubt I'll play opener

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) Matt Forte's hamstring is feeling healthy and he's ready for some game action.

The New York Jets running back practiced fully on Tuesday for the first time in more than three weeks and insists he'll be ready to play in the regular-season opener.

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Pats welcome back Hightower, Gillislee

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) Linebacker Dont'a Hightower was one of three key players to return to practice Tuesday as the Patriots prepared to head to Detroit for their third preseason game.

Starting left tackle Nate Solder and running back Mike Gillislee were also back on the field after missing time with injuries.

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