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Report: Eli Manning likely to remain starting QB for Giants in 2019

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Smith-Schuster was a breakout star in his rookie season for the Steelers opposite Antonio Brown. He finished with 58 receptions for 917 yards and seven scores in only 14 games, yet he wasn\’t of legal drinking age until late November of his rookie season.

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The first overall pick in the 2017 draft, Garrett played only 11 games due to injury but made up for lost time with seven sacks. He\’s already developing into one of the top pass rushers in football.

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Drafted third overall in 2016, Bosa already has 23 sacks through his first 28 career games. The former Ohio State standout was AP Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2016 and made his first Pro Bowl last season.

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A true star, Gurley won AP Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2015 and Offensive Player of the Year last season. The Rams running back led the league with 2,093 yards from scrimmage and 19 touchdowns in his third season.

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Wentz started for the Eagles immediately after being drafted out of North Dakota State, and he emerged as an MVP candidate in his sophomore season before tearing his ACL. He still went 11-2 with 33 touchdown passes in 13 games last season.

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Five seasons into his career, Bell has been an All-Pro twice for the Steelers. The star running back led the league with 406 touches last season and finished with 1,946 yards from scrimmage. He\’s already reached 1,800 yards from scrimmage three times in his career.

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Just four seasons into his career, Donald is a three-time All-Pro and won his first AP Defensive Player of the Year Award last season. He has an amazing 39 sacks in four seasons despite playing on the interior.

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Kelce stands alongside Rob Gronkowski as one of the league\’s elite tight ends. He\’s reached 1,000 yards receiving in consecutive seasons and made three consecutive Pro Bowls with the Chiefs. He also had a career-high eight touchdowns last year.

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With seven NFL seasons under his belt, Miller\’s accolades include six Pro Bowls, the 2011 AP Defensive Player of the Year and a Super Bowl MVP. He has 83.5 sacks in 104 career games.

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Brown has been an All-Pro in four consecutive seasons, and he remains the most productive wide receiver in the game on an annual basis. Last year he finished with 101 receptions for a league-leading 1,533 yards and nine touchdowns in only 14 games. He\’s certainly put together a Hall of Fame resume already.

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Suh hasn\’t quite played to the level recently that we saw in Detroit, but he remains one of the league\’s top defensive tackles. He\’s made five Pro Bowls in eight years and could be impossible to stop this season alongside Aaron Donald in LA.

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Campbell proved to be one of the missing pieces of an elite Jaguars defense last season. He was an All-Pro for the first time after finishing with a career-high 14.5 sacks, and he added 67 tackles and assists.

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Ryan regressed after winning the MVP Award in 2016, but he remains one of the league\’s top signal callers. Through 10 NFL seasons, Ryan has thrown for nearly 42,000 yards and 260 touchdowns.

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The Packers missed Rodgers last season, as he played only seven games due to a fractured collarbone. The two-time MVP still played at a high level with 1,675 passing yards and 16 touchdowns in those seven games.

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No wideout in recent memory has aged more gracefully than Fitzgerald. He has more than 100 receptions in three consecutive seasons for the Cardinals and had his ninth season of at least 1,000 yards receiving in 2017.

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With two Super Bowl wins and the 2004 Offensive Player of the Year Award on his mantel, Big Ben is clearly a future Hall of Famer. The Steelers quarterback went 12-3 in his 15 starts last season, throwing for 4,251 yards and 28 touchdowns.

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Manning has slowed down recently, but the Giants hope he can rebound with a new head coach, revamped offensive line and the addition of Saquon Barkley. He still threw for nearly 3,500 yards and 19 touchdowns in 15 games last year.

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Peppers is approaching the end of his career but remains an excellent pass rusher, finishing last season with 11 sacks. He has an amazing 154.5 sacks for his career, ranking fourth all-time.

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Brees doesn\’t have the same arm strength that he did in his prime but remains a highly productive quarterback. He led the league with 386 completions and a 72 percent completion rate last season, putting up 4,334 yards passing and 23 touchdowns. He signed a two-year deal with the Saints in the offseason with the hope of bringing a second Super Bowl to the Big Easy.

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Newman is going into the final season of his career as a nickel corner for the Vikings. He managed to play all 16 games last season and played well in sporadic duty.

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Brady doesn\’t age, apparently. He won his third MVP last season at age 40, and he helped lead the Patriots to their eighth appearance in the Super Bowl since he\’s come on board. Brady finished last season with a league-leading 4,577 yards passing.

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There aren\’t many 42-year-olds playing in the NFL, but Lechler is still extremely effective punting the ball. He averaged 49.0 yards per punt last season and led the league in total punting yards.

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Bryant has gotten better with age and had another terrific season in 2017, making more than 87 percent of his field-goal attempts. He\’s been a reliable kicker for the Falcons since 2009.

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A future Hall of Famer at kicker, Vinatieri has won four Super Bowls between New England and Indianapolis and is still going strong in his mid-40s. He made 85 percent of his field goals last season and has shown great range already this year in the preseason.

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