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Giants news, 11/6: Daniel Fells has eighth surgery on right foot

New York Giants headlines for Friday, 11/6.

Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are some headlines for your Friday morning.

Daniel Fells has another procedure on right foot

Big Blue tight end Daniel Fells underwent an eighth surgery on his right foot Thursday, which his agent said would be his second to last procedure on Oct. 19 following his seventh surgery. Fells returned home on Oct. 20, when the MRSA infection he contracted from a cortisone shot was finally believed to be controlled by doctors and medical staff. After initial thoughts that his right foot would need to be amputated, this is a remarkable recovery process for the 32-year-old. He took to Instagram to show off positive vibes, writing "This will not defeat me."

We gotta stop meeting like this Dr. B #eighthsurgery #godgivemestrength #thiswillnotdefeatme

A photo posted by Daniel Fells (@danielfells85) on

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Around the NFL

The Bengals routed the Browns 31-10 to move to 8-0 for the first time in franchise history. Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton tossed three touchdowns, all to tight end Tyler Eifert, in the win.

The Detroit Lions have fired both their team president and general manager, team owner Martha Ford announced Thursday.

The Pittsburgh Steelers released versatile second-year running back Dri Archer in favor of signing wide receiver/kick returner Jacoby Jones.

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Ricardo Lockette, who was the recipient of a huge hit that left him motionless on the ground against the Dallas Cowboys in the Seahawks' 13-12 win last Sunday, was released from the hospital Thursday.