Found September 27, 2012 on
Pro Football Zone:
As the New York Giants continue to deal with a bunch of injuries, the good news is that running back Ahmad Bradshaw (neck), wide receiver Hakeem Nicks (foot), and cornerback Michael Coe (hamstring) were back at practice today.
Bradshaw did mentioned that his neck feels great, but it could flare up again at any time.
There’s no doubt in my mind that both Nicks and Coe will play this week, barring any setbacks.
Giants safety Antrel Rolle was held out of practice because of soreness in his knee. He banged his knee into a camera during last weeks’ win over the Panthers.
BEST OF MAXIM
While the New York Giants will be getting running back Ahmad
Bradshaw back from a neck injury Sunday during their primetime contest against the
Philadelphia Eagles, the team is listing wide receiver Hakeem Nicks as
Nicks missed last Thursday’s game against the Carolina
Panthers due to a knee injury, but most expected him to return this weekend
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw has guarantees that he will play when his team takes on the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football. Bradshaw had missed the Giants’ previous game on Thursday Night Football against the Carolina Panthers, but he believes the extra rest will give him enough time to overcome his neck injury.
Yet while Bradshaw has guaranteed that he...
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw (neck) said, "You can guarantee I'll be out there fighting with my team," according to Paul Schwartz of the New York Post.Fantasy Spin:It appears Bradshaw is sure he'll be in uniform on Sunday night, but we're not sure of the distribution between Bradshaw and Andre Brown who excelled in Carolina last week.
The fight for the Giants starting running back spot has all the makings of a great boxing fight. It’s the Pacquiao-Mayweather fight of the Giants organization but this fight is actually happening.
In the red corner stands Ahmad Bradshaw, who has been the Giants starting running back since 2008. He is the defending champion and “title holder” if you will.
In the blue corner...
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw will return to the starting lineup on Sunday against Philadelphia, according to ESPN New York.
Bradshaw sat out last Thursday's game in Carolina with a neck injury. He suffered the injury early in week 2 against Tampa Bay.
Bradshaw could be eased back in with fellow running back Andre Brown coming off a career game. Brown rushed...
New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks was listed as doubtful on Friday's injury report after developing swelling in his knee. He had been expected to return to the lineup against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday after missing the Giants' Week 3 game at the Carolina Panthers, but the knee issue is believed to be a result of him compensating for his sore foot.
The frustration continues for Hakeem Nicks owners. The star receiver missed last week after aggravating a foot injury but he appeared to be on track to play in week 4. There appears to be a complication that has caused the Giants to downgrade Nicks' status to doubtful that is not related to the foot to painful swelling in a knee.
According to Art Stapleton of the Bergen Record, New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks has been listed as doubtful for Sunday night’s match up with the Eagles.
It will be interesting to see whether the Giants decide to start Domenik Hixon or Ramses Barden in Nick’s place.
New York Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride indicated on Thursday that they’ll run the ball with whoever has the hot hand, whether that’s Ahmad Bradshaw or Andre Brown.
“He’s really played well,” said Gilbride, per Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News. “He’s gotten opportunities that probably would not have occurred if it wasn’t for the injury to...
With Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers in the rearview and Michael Vick, LeSean McCoy and Jeremy Maclin of the Philadelphia Eagles on deck, we’re turning the page around here…moving on from last week’s feel-good victory and looking at what should be a tough game on the road for the Giants.
Despite how bad Philly looked last week getting spanked by the Arizona Cardinals...
I am a little tired of the constant complaint of Philly fans who demand a more "balanced" offense out of the Eagles attack...
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