I did not see this posted so here it is:
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning will have further tests on the right elbow he injured Saturday night in a 27-21 victory over Carolina.
Manning woke up Sunday with soreness in the elbow. The second-year quarterback had an MRI and is scheduled to be examined by team orthopedist Dr. Russell Warren on Monday.
"Our situation is we want to wait until the complete exam is concluded," coach Tom Coughlin
said. "We're very concerned. Any time a quarterback has soreness in his elbow there is concern. It's not like he woke up and was out there throwing and you were getting reports that there was nothing to it."
Manning was injured in the second quarter when Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers
came from Manning's right side and slapped the ball out of his hand as he was about to throw it. Peppers recovered the fumble and ran 29 yards for a TD.
Manning stayed in the game and threw a 41-yard touchdown pass to Amani Toomer on the Giants' next series, but said his elbow was bothering him on the sideline before he re-entered the game.
"It felt a little funny, but I knew I could still go in there and throw the ball," he said. "I didn't throw it great on the touchdown. I didn't get quite enough on it, but I got enough to get it there."