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Giants, Browns at opposite ends of QB consistency

Eli Manning made his first career start in Week 11 of 2004; he's been the only QB to start for the Giants since then. New York is the only team to start one QB in that span, while the Browns have started 22 since Week 11 of 2004, the most in the NFL.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Blake Griffin doesn't claim to have any insight into LeBron James' mindset, but he said on a recent podcast that he could see James signing with the Knicks before choosing the Lakers. "Honestly, I don't see him coming to L.A. period," Griffin said on the podcast, "View from the Cheap Seats." "Listen, again, I have no idea. I think something is brewing with him and his group of guys.... I could see [LeBron] going to New York before L.A," Griffin added. "I still think, when you go to the Garden, it's a completely different feeling. The energy, there seems like there's just a consistent buzz the entire game. … Even last year when you go play them, it's still there."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets avoided the total solar eclipse by practicing indoors. In fact, they didn't even practice; it was just a 90-minute walk-through, ending at 2:30 ET. Afterward, some players went outside to view the eclipse with protective glasses. Todd Bowles said the eclipse had nothing to do with the change in practice plans. He said he wanted a light day to allow the team to recover physically from Saturday night's game.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets QB Christian Hackenberg took the blame for the sack/fumble on the third play on Saturday night's loss to the Lions. "We could've checked to something else, probably maxed it, got some protection," said Hackenberg, who was crushed by the unblocked Cornelius Washington. "It was a good learning experience. I thought they were bringing something and they adjusted, and they did a good job of bringing what I thought they weren't going to bring." Translation: He got outfoxed by the Lions.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets injury report: LB Lorenzo Mauldin's back injury is healing "slowly," per coach Todd Bowles, who said Mauldin may need an epidural shot to relieve pain. Not good news for the third-year linebacker, who could lose his starting job and perhaps his roster spot. LB Darron Lee (illness) and S Rontez Miles (eye laceration) didn't participate in practice, which was just a walk through. RB Matt Forte (hamstring) was present and did light work on the side.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks announce that they've signed Jamel Artis, Nigel Hayes and Xavier Rathan-Mayes. All three likely have partial guarantees and are signed for 1 year.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Last year's Knicks named Carmelo Anthony 'Best Teammate' on NYK as part of the NBPA's 2017 Players Voice Awards.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The expectation last month was that the Knicks would leave one two-way deal open for training camp. If that's still the case, Jamel Artis, Nigel Hayes and Xavier Rathan-Mayes will be among those players competing for it. Once Artis and Hayes sign, the Knicks will have 18 players under contract, 14 of which are on guaranteed contracts. Teams can carry 20 players under contract in the offseason and 17 (including 2 two-way players) during the season.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks have reached an agreement with Pittsburgh's Jamel Artis, league sources tell ESPN. Artis impressed the club during Summer League.

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