New York Giants vs. Miami Dolphins preseason: TV channel, replay time, live stream online
Quarterback Eli Manning won’t play in the New York Giants’ preseason opener against the Miami Dolphins.
The Giants vs. Dolphins preseason game tonight kicks off at 6 p.m. central/7 p.m. eastern.
TV channels and reply channel/times:
TV: In Miami-Fort Lauderdale, WFOR-TV (CBS 4); in Naples/Fort Myers, WBBH-TV (Channel 2) and WBBH-D2/Comcast, Spanish (Channel 216); in West Palm Beach, WTVX-CW (Channel 34) and WWHB (Channel 48, Spanish); in Orlando, WRDQ (Channel 27)
In New York: WWOR-TV My9
TV REPLAY: NFL Network, Saturday, Aug. 13 at 10 a.m.
To live stream the Giants-Dolphins game you can visit NFL Game Pass (subscription required).
Coach Ben McAdoo announced the decision Friday morning that Manning won’t play, hours before the game at MetLife Stadium.
McAdoo, who is in his first season as the Giants coach after spending the last two as their offensive coordinator, says he knows what Manning can do.
Ryan Nassib, who has thrown 10 passes in his first three seasons with the Giants, will start.
Receiver Victor Cruz, linebacker Keenan Robinson and defensive end Kerry Wynn will not play for the Giants because of groin injuries.
Among the Dolphins not making the trip are defensive tackle Earl Mitchell and cornerback Chris Culliver. Veteran free agent running back Arian Foster is not expected to play.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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