Stripped Of Their Spine, Newcastle Face An Uphill Battle To Rescue Champions League Marketing Campaign

— An MRI on Monday morning confirmed the New York Giants’ fears. Quarterback Daniel Jones has a torn ACL in his right knee and will miss the remainder of the season, coach Brian Daboll introduced. “Obviously surgery will ensue, but I don’t know when that shall be.” The Giants (2-7) were still digesting the news Monday afternoon that their quarterback’s season is over after just six video games. “One of my teammates. One of my good friends. It sucks to listen to news like that.” Jones missed three video games with a neck harm earlier than tearing the knee ligament Sunday on a noncontact injury. It caps a disappointing campaign for the Giants quarterback, who signed a four-year, $160 million deal this offseason, and complicates his and the group’s future.

Wings 83-97 Aces

Join Matthew Berry and the crew for the most recent data on the NFL and fantasy soccer. …