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EAST RUTHERFORD Nick  Foligno Jersey , N.J. (AP) — In a surprising move, the New York  Giants released backup quarterback Davis Webb on Sunday.

That leaves inexperienced Kyle Lauletta and Alex Tanney behind Eli Manning  who, of course, never has missed a game because of injury in his career.

New York also released vested veterans guard John Jerry and defensive back  William Gay, and waived tight end Jerell Adams, wide receiver Hunter Sharp and  defensive tackle Josh Banks.

That made room for defensive end Mario Edwards, Jr., wide receiver Kaelin  Clay and center Spencer Pulley. They added defensive backs Antonio Hamilton,  Mike Jordan and Kamrin Moore to a secondary that has been spotty. All were  picked up off waivers.

Webb Womens  Pavel Buchnevich Jersey , a 2017 third-round draft choice who did  not play in a regular-season game, was expected to be Manning’s backup. Webb had  an inconsistent performance in three preseason games, but was included on the  roster when cuts to the NFL roster maximum of 53 were made Saturday.

Jerry started every game for the Giants the previous two seasons, and his 39  consecutive starts made for the Giants’ longest active streak at the end of the  2017 season.

Gay, a 12-year veteran, had two five-year stints with the Pittsburgh Steelers  sandwiched around a single season with the Arizona Cardinals. He has played in  176 consecutive regular-season games, plus 15 postseason contests.

Edwards played the previous three seasons for the Raiders, who selected him  35th overall in the 2015 draft. He has played in 30 regular-season games with 24  starts, with 68 tackles (48 solo) Buccaneers Elite  Jerseys , 5 1-2 sacks, three forced fumbles and three passes  defensed.

NOTES: The Giants signed eight players to their practice squad, all of whom  they released Saturday: linebackers Avery Moss and Calvin Munson; wide receivers  Alonzo Russell and Jawill Davis; tight end Garrett Dickerson; defensive back  Grant Haley; running back Jhurell Pressley; and tackle Victor Salako.

Former  NFL player and general manager Matt Millen says he is being treated for a rare  disease that has robbed his heart of most of its normal function.  

The 60-year-old Millen told the Morning Call in Allentown, Pennsylvania, he  has been diagnosed with amyloidosis, a life-threatening illness that may force  Millen to seek a heart transplant. Millen has been receiving chemotherapy once a  week to treat a condition that his left his heart functioning at just 30  percent.

Millen played 12 seasons as a linebacker in the NFL for the Raiders, 49ers  and Redskins – and won four Super Bowl rings.

He later served as Detroit’s general manager and has also spent three decades  as a broadcaster. Millen told the Morning Call that he plans to return to the  booth in the fall.

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