Eli Manning (ankle) believes he will be on the field for the start of OTAs in two weeks.
Manning had ankle surgery and appears to have recovered well, if he is planning on participating in OTAs. He is off crutches and out of his walking boot, and has been running since the beginning of the month. ANALYST: Ivar G. Anderson
Manning is about five weeks removed from off-season ankle surgery. Manning said, "I already feel like I can go out there and do everything. Well still be smart about it these next few weeks and not overdo anything. But it feels like we made the right decision (on surgery) and well get out there for OTAs." ANALYST: Michael Pichan
Zach Randolph (illness) will not play on Tuesday.
With Zach Randolph and Beno Udrih sitting out because illness and Tony Allen serving a one-game suspension, the Grizzlies will lean on Marc Gasol and Mike Conley to carry the load against Utah. Kosta Koufos could be in line to get the start with Randolph out, but is not worth a look in the fantasy department. Analysis: Keith Tro