NEW YORK (AP) -Brett Favre's playing streak appears safe.
The New York quarterback rolled his left ankle during the third quarter of the Jets' 48-29 loss at San Diego on Monday night, but coach Eric Mangini wasn't overly concerned about Favre's injury.
``Brett usually plays,'' Mangini said Tuesday, ``and I would anticipate the same.''
Favre was limping noticeably after the injury and in the locker room after the game. He has started an NFL-record 256 straight regular-season games, and is expected to start Sunday at home against Arizona.

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