Eli Manning says he is "at peace" with his decision to retire as he had no plans to represent anyone other than the New York Giants.

The Giants confirmed on Wednesday that the two-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback would retire from the NFL, ending a 16-year spell with the team.

Manning joined the Giants in a controversial draft-day trade after being selected by the San Diego Chargers in 2004 and led them to Super Bowl success in 2007 and 2011, both victories coming against the New England Patriots.

Plans are in place to retire Manning's number 10 jersey and the 39-year-old has not ruled out returning to the MetLife Stadium in a coaching capacity, but first he wants time to reflect on his career.

"I'll take some time just to figure out how I want to spend these next years first," he said at Friday's retirement press conference.

"This sport has very few real farewells. It's impossible to explain the satisfaction, and actually the joy, I've experienced being a Giant.

"From the very first moment, I did it my way. I couldn't be someone other than who I am. 

"Undoubtedly I would've made the fans, the media and even the front office more comfortable if I was a more rah-rah guy. 

"But that's not me. Ultimately I choose to believe that my team-mates and the fans learned to appreciate that. They knew what they got was pure unadulterated Eli."

Manning split opinion throughout his career and bows out with 57,023 passing yards, 366 touchdowns and 244 interceptions.

Asked why now was the right time to announce his retirement, he added: "It was important for me to retire as a Giant. It was the right decision. 

"I know it is and I'm at peace with it. I think that's what has made this day a little bit easier.

"Wellington Mara used to say, 'Once a Giant, always a Giant.' For me, it's only a giant."

Giants co-owner John Mara also spoke at Friday's ceremony and confirmed Manning will be inducted into their Ring of Honor next season.

"This is certainly a day of very mixed emotions for us," he said. "It's sad in one sense because we're seeing the end of an incredible playing career and saying goodbye to someone who has been everything you could ask a player to be both on and off the field for the last 16 years. 

"Yet we're also very happy to that we get to be here to celebrate that incredible career and we're also able to witness one of the greatest players in franchise history be able to leave the game on his own terms, having played his whole career with the Giants, something that doesn't always happen in this business.

"If anybody deserved that opportunity it's Eli Manning. The last 16 years Eli has meant so much to all of us here with the giants and our fans. 

"We all know about the two Super Bowl MVPs and all of the great performances on the field, but just as important was the way he conducted himself on and off the field as the consummate professional, always with dignity always with class."

Eli Manning, the two-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback of the New York Giants, is to retire from the NFL.

Manning joined the Giants in 2004 in one of the more controversial moments in the history of the NFL Draft. Originally selected first overall by the San Diego Chargers despite his insistence he did not want to play for them, Manning was quickly traded to the Giants in exchange for Philip Rivers, whom New York had selected with the fourth pick.

He went on to lead the Giants to Super Bowl triumphs in the 2007 and 2011 seasons, both of his victories coming against the New England Patriots and his first marking arguably the greatest upset in Super Bowl history with Bill Belichick's team having gone undefeated in the regular season.

Despite twice winning the Lombardi Trophy, Manning has remained one of the more divisive figures in the NFL, with the merits of his career the subject of great debate as his skills have declined in the latter years of his career.

However, the Giants are in no doubt as to his place in the history of the storied franchise.

"For 16 seasons, Eli Manning defined what it is to be a New York Giant both on and off the field," Giants president and chief executive officer John Mara said.

"Eli is our only two-time Super Bowl MVP and one of the very best players in our franchise's history. He represented our franchise as a consummate professional with dignity and accountability.

"It meant something to Eli to be the Giants quarterback, and it meant even more to us. We are beyond grateful for his contributions to our organisation and look forward to celebrating his induction into the Giants Ring of Honour in the near future."

"We are proud to have called Eli Manning our quarterback for so many years," added Steve Tisch, Giants chairman and executive vice-president.

"Eli was driven to always do what was best for the team. Eli leaves a timeless legacy with two Super Bowl titles on the field and his philanthropic work off the field, which has inspired and impacted so many people.

"We are sincerely thankful for everything Eli has given our team and community. He will always be a Giant among Giants."

Manning, who will announce his retirement on Friday, will end his career with 57,023 career passing yards, 366 touchdowns and 244 interceptions. He also scored seven rushing touchdowns.

Controversially benched for one game in 2017, Manning started every game of a 2018 season in which the Giants went 5-11. He started the first two games of 2019 before being benched for rookie Daniel Jones.

An injury to Jones forced Manning back into the line-up for two further starts and he followed a defeat to the Philadelphia Eagles with a victory over the Miami Dolphins in Week 15 to finish with 117 wins and 117 losses, a fitting record for a quarterback who split opinion throughout his career.

Eli Manning, the two-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback of the New York Giants, is to retire from the NFL.

Eli Manning said "everything's an option" but the New York Giants quarterback is not interested in spending another NFL season as backup to Daniel Jones, with retirement a possibility.

Manning started the first two games of the season, however, the 38-year-old star took a backseat to rookie QB Jones in New York.

A two-time Super Bowl champion and MVP, Manning made four appearances in total this term, while he was given a standing ovation in likely his last start at MetLife Stadium against the Miami Dolphins on December 15.

With Manning's contract expiring and the Giants searching for a new head coach after Pat Shurmur's sacking, the future is uncertain for the four-time Pro Bowler.

"Everything's an option," Manning told reporters on Monday when asked if he was planning to retire.

"I haven't [made a decision]. I'm gonna think about it and I'm gonna just dwell on it, talk to my family. Figure out what's best for me and us and what I want to do going forward ...

"I don't have no plans. Just sit on it and hopefully have that answer on what I want to do and what my next steps are. I don't want to linger around, I'm going try to make it as soon as possible, so I'll think upon it a bunch over these next days and weeks and try to figure out what I want to do."

Asked if he would consider being a backup again in New York, Manning replied: "I doubt it. I doubt it. Backing up is not real fun… I think I can still play."

On the possibly of turning to coaching, Manning added: "I felt like I was kind of a coach this year.

"I didn't enjoy it that much. I guess, you know, I kinda take it back. I am coaching my third-grade basketball team, my daughter [is on it]. I'm the assistant, but I take it pretty serious and I'm enjoying that, so I will consider some coaching jobs."

Daniel Jones has been named as the New York Giants' starting quarterback for Week 16, potentially spelling the end of Eli Manning's 16th and likely final season with the team.

Rookie Jones took the starting job from two-time Super Bowl champion Manning after Week 2, before he suffered a moderate high ankle sprain against the Green Bay Packers earlier this month.

Manning, 38, returned under center in a defeat to the Philadelphia Eagles and a win over the Miami Dolphins.

The veteran star threw for two touchdowns in each game, along with three interceptions against the Dolphins.

But his stint back in the team is seemingly over after Jones was a full participant in practice heading into Sunday's meeting with the Washington Redskings.

Coach Pat Shurmur confirmed on Friday that Jones would be starting in Washington, the Giants stated on their website.

The surprise sixth overall draft pick has thrown 18 touchdowns and 11 picks over 11 games - 10 starts - for the 3-11 Giants, who finish the season at home to the Eagles.

Manning, reverting to a back-up role, will be an unrestricted free agent in 2020 if he decides to carry on playing.

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning does not know what the future holds following a "special" win over the Miami Dolphins.

Veteran Manning, 38, threw a pair of touchdown passes as the Giants beat the Dolphins 36-20 in NFL action at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.

In potentially his final home start for the Giants, Manning received a standing ovation after exiting the game with less than two minutes remaining – New York going on to snap a nine-match losing streak.

"Obviously, I don't know what the future is. I don't know what lies next week, let alone down the road," said Manning, who was replaced as starter by rookie Daniel Jones from Week 3.

"Obviously, the support and the fans, their ovation, chanting my name from the first snap to the end, I appreciate that. I appreciate them always and all my team-mates coming up to me. It's a special day, a special win and one I'll remember."

A two-time Super Bowl winner and MVP, Manning had his family in attendance and he added: "It's special. I think it's special that my kids get to come and watch some games.

"I don't remember my dad playing at all. He retired when I was four years old. My brothers have memories. They always kind of talked about it, in the locker room, around games and I don't remember.

"So, I try to bring my kids around as much as possible, bring them to some games. I know my youngest son won't remember any of it, but we'll at least have a picture to show him one day."

"I tried not to get too emotional just because we still have a couple football games left," Manning continued. "I know I'll still be back in the stadium. I don't know if I'll play that day, but I know I'll get to run out one more time at least.

"But still excited. Excited for the win and an honour if it is the last one playing here where I'm starting and getting a win. Try to enjoy it and take it in for a moment."

Veteran quarterback Eli Manning will make potentially his final home start for the New York Giants on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.

Rookie Daniel Jones, who took over from Manning as the starter from Week 3, will miss a second successive game with an ankle injury.

That means 38-year-old Manning will be under center at MetLife Stadium for the 2-11 Giants' Week 15 clash with the 3-10 Dolphins.

Two-time Super Bowl champion Manning, the first overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft, is in his 16th and likely final season with the Giants, who finish the campaign at home against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Manning has played in 235 regular-season games for New York, throwing for 56,740 yards and 364 touchdowns, while also leading the franchise to victories over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII and XLVI.

The Giants drafted Jones in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft to take over from Manning, who will be an unrestricted free agent in 2020 if he decides to carry on playing.

In three starts this season, Manning has gone 71-of-119 passing for 759 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions.

Two of those scores came on Monday in a 23-17 overtime loss to the Eagles.

Manning will be without Evan Engram on Sunday, though, with the tight end ruled out for a fifth successive game due to a foot injury.

The Philadelphia Eagles rallied to beat the New York Giants 23-17 in overtime and keep their postseason hopes alive.

In a gritty performance in Philadelphia on Monday, Zach Ertz caught a two-yard touchdown in OT to secure victory as the Eagles overcame a 17-3 deficit.

The victory snapped a three-game losing streak and saw the Eagles (6-7) move level with rivals the Dallas Cowboys (6-7) for the NFC East lead.

In a crucial game for the Eagles, it was Eli Manning and the Giants who made a strong start at Lincoln Financial Field.

Making his first start since Week 2, Giants quarterback and two-time Super Bowl MVP Manning threw two touchdowns to Darius Slayton.

After a scoreless first quarter, Manning – who finished 15 of 30 for 203 yards and two TDs – threw a 35-yard pass to Slayton before connecting with the rookie again as half-time approached.

Fans booed the Eagles as they headed into the locker room at half-time, with Philadelphia's only score a Jake Elliott field goal.

The Eagles dug deep in the second half – quarterback Carson Wentz leading the rally as the hosts reduced the Giants' lead to 17-10 entering the final quarter.

Wentz helped level the contest at 17-17 when he found Ertz on a two-yard pass with less than two minutes remaining in regulation, before the pair combined again in additional time.

Wentz ended the game 33-of-50 for 325 yards and two touchdowns, while he also had five carries.

Eli Manning will start for the New York Giants against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 14 after Daniel Jones was officially ruled out of the game.

Quarterback Jones - who took over as the Giants' starter in Week 3, leading the team to back-to-back victories in his first two NFL outings - has not practiced all week due to a high ankle sprain.

The rookie suffered the injury in the 31-13 home loss to the Green Bay Packers last Sunday, a result that extended New York's losing streak to eight games.

Manning will now make his 245th start for the franchise in an all-NFC East battle in Philadelphia on Monday.

"He looks good. He's had a good week. He always has a good look in his eye," Giants offensive coordinator Mike Shula said on Friday.

The two-time Super Bowl winner will be aided in his return by the availability of Golden Tate. The wide receiver is set to feature after clearing concussion protocol, but tight end Evan Engram is again out.

They will also be without Jabrill Peppers; the safety has been placed on injured reserve, bringing an end to his campaign, due to a back injury. 

Sean Chandler - signed off the practice squad - takes Peppers' place on the roster, while the fit-again Kareem Martin replaces fellow linebacker Chris Peace, who - like Peppers - is also done for the season.

Eli Manning is "very likely" to start at quarterback for the New York Giants against the Philadelphia Eagles due to Daniel Jones' injury, the team have announced.

Two-time Super Bowl champion Manning, 38, began the season under center for the Giants but lost his place after Week 2 to rookie Jones, a surprise sixth overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Jones led New York to back-to-back wins in his first two professional games, but the team have lost eight straight since, falling to 2-10.

The 22-year-old has passed for 18 touchdowns and 11 interceptions this year, along with two rushing scores.

But coach Pat Shurmur revealed on Wednesday, according to the Giants' official website, Jones has a moderate high ankle sprain.

Manning is therefore in line for a return against NFC East rivals the Eagles on Monday, having passed for two touchdowns and two interceptions through two games in 2019.

Jones is in a walking boot and did not practice on Wednesday, having seemingly suffered the injury in an incident involving the Green Bay Packers' Preston Smith early on Sunday.

He finished the 31-13 defeat, completing 20 of 37 passes for a touchdown and three interceptions.

New York Giants head coach Pat Shurmur said the NFL franchise always believed in Daniel Jones after the rookie quarterback inspired a comeback against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Starting in place of veteran Eli Manning, Jones led the Giants (1-2) to their first win of the season – a 32-21 victory over the Buccaneers on Sunday.

Jones completed 23 of his 36 passes for 336 yards and accounted for four total touchdowns (two rushing, two passing). 

Shurmur praised the 22-year-old, who was taken with the sixth pick by the Giants in the 2019 draft.

"Probably the story of the game will be the rookie quarterback," Shurmur said. "I thought Daniel Jones did a pretty good job his first time out.

"I think as he goes along, he'll continue to get better. there were mistakes within there. There were a couple of times when we took a couple sacks, the fumbles, some of that loose stuff, we can work on that, there's drills for that. There's stuff that he did in the game, there's not drills for that. We believed in him from the day we drafted him and first time out he didn't disappoint."

"As you get to appreciate him as a player — there's plenty of things he needs to do better — but there's certain things I knew about this kid when we drafted him," Shurmur added. "He was tough, he was competitive, and in my opinion, he's a winner. Now the rest of it is just pure quarterback stuff and because of those first three things, that's why he's going have a chance moving forward."

Tampa Bay had an opportunity to come out on top in the final seconds after Jameis Winston connected with Mike Evans on a 44-yard pass, which set up a short field goal attempt. But, Matt Gay missed the 34-yard kick wide right, sealing the victory for New York. 

The Giants took the lead one possession earlier on an eight-play, 75-yard drive that was capped off by a seven-yard touchdown run by Jones.

"You never really know how [your debut] is going to go and that is the fun part, that is football," Jones said. "We found a way to win, we battled, and we found a way to finish it. That is what is the most exciting."

Jones said two-time Super Bowl-winning team-mate Manning congratulated him after the win. 

"He was just happy for me," Jones said. "I can't thank him enough for his support throughout the week and today during the game, I am just really grateful."

Daniel Jones is ready for his opportunity with the New York Giants.

Giants coach Pat Shurmur announced on Tuesday that Jones would replace veteran Eli Manning as the team's quarterback in their Week 3 matchup with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Jones discussed taking over as New York's starter at a news conference one day later.

"I'm ready to embrace it," Jones said, via SNY. "I think focusing on what we're doing here, focusing on what we're doing in the building in the preparation with my team-mates and coaches. To be here in the moment, this week is important with that. Certainly feel like I can embrace that and looking forward to the opportunity."

The Giants selected Jones out of Duke with the sixth pick in the 2019 draft. The move was not popular with fans, however, Jones impressed in the preseason, completing 29 of his 34 passes for 416 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions. 

"I think you never really know when something like this is going to happen and my job is to be ready and to continue to improve," Jones said.

"I feel like I've been able to do that ... I understand the responsibility. I understand the challenge, but I'm looking forward to it."

Manning has won two Super Bowls and started 232 games during his 16 years with the Giants.

But, New York have struggled in recent seasons and Manning has been inconsistent in 2019 during the team's 0-2 start.  

"Since I've gotten here, Eli's been nothing but helpful and welcoming to me," Jones said. "I think obviously now the roles are different and there'll be some difference there. But largely our relationship and how we communicate will be the same. He's done it for a long time at a really high level, so there's certainly a ton I can learn from him still."

Eli Manning is ready to accept his back-up role with the New York Giants and will offer support to Daniel Jones as the rookie quarterback prepares to make his first NFL debut.

After two straight losses to start the new season, the Giants announced on Tuesday that Jones - who they selected with the sixth pick in the draft - will be the starter for the Week 3 clash with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.

Manning had thrown for 556 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions in defeats to the Dallas Cowboys and the Buffalo Bills.

The two-time Super Bowl champion acknowledged some of the emotions that came with coach Pat Shurmur's decision, but insisted he is going to do everything possible to help the Giants win.

"I talked to (co-owner) John Mara yesterday (on Tuesday). Everything's been good. It's as positive as it can be," Manning told reporters in his first public comments since the team announced the change. 

"I just said, 'hey, I'll handle it. I'll support Daniel and I'll be a good team-mate and do what I'm told.'"

He added: "We've got a lot of football [left]. I'm just going to do my part, do my job, get Daniel ready to play.

"I'm not dying and the season is not over. There's a lot to be positive about, a lot to be grateful for. I'm just going to accept my new role and make the best of it."

Manning, 38, replaced Kurt Warner in November 2004 and has made a franchise record 232 starts, in addition to earning two Super Bowl MVP awards.

With uncertainty after the Giants drafted a young quarterback, Manning said he still would have come back for another season even if had he known he would be replaced this soon. 

"I didn't know how everything was going to shake out this year," Manning said.

"You've got a young quarterback. Yeah, it's a possibility [I'd be replaced] if things don't go well. We didn't start fast, and that's the situation we're in now.

"We gave it a shot, worked hard, competed. I did everything I thought I could and it just didn't work out."

Few people could have predicted that Teddy Bridgewater, Mason Rudolph and Daniel Jones would be the talk of the NFL at the end of Week 2.

But that is where things stand after the official benching of Eli Manning on Tuesday followed injuries to Drew Brees and Ben Roethlisberger on Sunday.

From post-game news conferences to next-day media availabilities, here are the 10 best Week 2 quotes from players and coaches around the NFL:

 

– Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay spoke highly of his interior offensive line's performance against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday despite being composed of two new starters: "Really, when you look at those three guys, very young group," he said. "They did a good job as the game progressed."

– Despite a disappointing outing on Sunday in which he missed three kicks, Indianapolis Colts veteran Adam Vinatieri is not getting discouraged: "I'm going to work a lot this week to get those demons out so I can go clear-headed and step on the field and just do my job," he told reporters.

– Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians talked about what it was like babysitting Ronde and Tiki Barber in late 1970s as a Virginia Tech team-mate and room-mate of their father James: "[Ronde]'s got some really ugly pictures of me with some bad hair."

– Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey requested a trade but remains focused on winning while he is still with the team: "All I care about is winning man, s***...I want to f****** win. Straight up. Excuse my language," he told reporters.

– Speaking of Ramsey, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones took notice of the situation and suggested players refrain from airing their grievances on social media: "I would tell them that I can't tell you the teams that have said to me, 'Boy, that's the last thing I need is somebody that would put his business out there like that and talk about it in public. I don't want him either'," Jones told 105.3 "The Fan" in Dallas. "Usually it's a rule around the NFL that if they'll act that way with the team they're with, they'll act that way with the team I've got or the one I'm managing."

– In the wake of Roethlisberger's season-ending elbow injury, Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin remains optimistic the veteran will be back next year: "He fully intends to come back from his injury, and everything we've heard, we're comfortable that's a strong possibility," he told reporters. "I'll say this — we feel comfortable with the team we've assembled. Our level of expectations in terms of level of our performance will not change and has not changed."

– With Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton also hurt, safety Eric Reid is open to the idea of the team potentially signing Colin Kaepernick: "The team have not approached me, but I would welcome that."

– New York Giants coach Pat Shurmur is focused on the future after benching long-time starting quarterback Manning for rookie Daniel Jones: "This move is more about Daniel moving forward than about Eli."

– Ahead of the team's game in Jacksonville, Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry is actually tired of watching his 99-yard touchdown run against the Jaguars from last December: "I'm sure [the Jaguars] are, because I am tired of seeing it — so I know for sure they are," he told reporters. "It's over with, man. It was a great moment, and I appreciate it. I cherish it. But it's time to move on now."

– New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick on his first trade with rivals the Jets: "We don't want to help the Jets, they don't want to help us. We're in the same division, so they're not the easiest trades to make but, you know, if the trade is good for both teams and ultimately what we're trying to do is improve our team. We have 14 other games to play besides the games against the Jets, so do we want to help them, do they want to help us? No and no, but in the end, if it helps us in the other 14 games and helps our team, then it's something that's worth considering."

As Week 3 officially gets underway, three more quarterbacks appear to have gone down.

Meanwhile, one team padded their secondary with a top safety.

Three things that matter

Giants name Jones starting QB

Eli Manning's inconsistencies finally caught up to him as the New York Giants benched the veteran quarterback after their 0-2 start to the season. Now, the Giants will see if their surprising selection of Daniel Jones out of Duke with the sixth overall pick in April will pay off.

Manning's accomplishments over the last almost 15 years as a starter have been overshadowed in recent seasons and he has thrown for 556 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions in 2019. On the other hand, Jones threw for 416 yards with two touchdowns in the preseason and briefly played in Week 1 against the Dallas Cowboys.

Fitzpatrick dealt by Dolphins

Disgruntled defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick finally got his wish and is set to help a Pittsburgh Steelers secondary that will need all the help they can get after Ben Roethlisberger suffered a season-ending elbow injury. Pittsburgh also signed Paxton Lynch to their practice squad.

The Miami Dolphins take away a 2020 first-round pick as well as a 2020 fifth-round pick and a sixth-rounder in 2021 in the deal, bringing their total to five first-round picks in the next two drafts.

Newton not at practice after re-injuring foot

It is the latest hurdle for the Carolina Panthers quarterback, who just got over his nagging shoulder injury that turned the team's 2018 season sideways. While general manager Marty Hurney confirmed Cam Newton's absence was due to the re-aggravation of a mild-foot sprain he suffered during the preseason, he could not provide a timetable for his return.

If Newton is unable to play against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, Panthers head coach Ron Rivera said backup Kyle Allen will get the start.

"I think Kyle's more than ready," Rivera told reporters. "… I think he's got a really good arm, makes good decisions. He just needs to speed himself up a bit."

Two things that don't matter

Siemian out for season

New York Jets head coach Adam Gase confirmed backup-turned-starter Trevor Siemian will need surgery after suffering torn ankle ligaments in Monday's loss to the Cleveland Browns. It means the team are down to their third-string quarterback after Sam Darnold was lost to mono last week.

Like Pittsburgh's Mason Rudolph, Luke Falk is set to make his first career NFL start on Sunday with a team desperate for quarterback depth. He was on the practice squad as recently as Monday morning but completed 20 of 25 passes for 198 yards as he filled in for Siemian during the final three quarters of the game.

Woods expected to miss 4-6 weeks 

Dallas Cowboys safety Xavier Woods has been diagnosed with a high-ankle sprain and reportedly will not be back until around November, though team owner Jerry Jones declined to give a definitive timeline.

"You had it right until you said 'serious'," Jones said on 105.3 The Fan. "We'll evaluate it as the week goes along. He's young. He might be able to move on it pretty good at that position. Some positions have a tougher time — defensive linemen and those sorts of things."

It is a tough defensive loss after Woods proved to be a viable starter. He has 17 total tackles and one forced fumble so far this season, so the Cowboys will look to veteran Darian Thompson to help fill the void.

One video you have to see

Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey requested a trade after he was involved in a heated exchange with coach Doug Marrone on the sidelines last weekend, but he appears intent on making the most of his situation.

Tuesday's tweet of the day

Patrick Mahomes' mother, Randi Martin, shared a sweet post on Twitter for his 24th birthday that included several adorable throwback photos of the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback.

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