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The Giants could be getting some much-needed help at running back as early as this Sunday. Andre Brown is likely to be reactivated in time to see action against the Raiders at the Meadowlands. Is it too little, too late?
Peyton Hillis has been doing a fairly impressive job over the past two weeks, plodding through defensive linemen with relative ease. It's even more impressive when you consider that Hillis had all but given up on his NFL career as recently as a month ago. But now he's going to have some serious assistance in the form of his athletic teammate. A little Thunder and Lightning, perhaps? It's probably a little too soon to start handing out nicknames to the newfound tandem, but a fan has to dream.
And it's hard not to be compelled by the drive and resiliency that Brown has demonstrated as he worked his way back to the field. Since fracturing his leg in the pre-season, number 35 has actually maintained a countdown clock on his iPhone, keeping ...
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The Giants currently stand at (2-6) on the season, they are coming off a bye week, and will be beginning the second half of the season against the Oakland Raiders. The Giants are currently two games out of first place behind the Dallas Cowboys, and everyone wants to think the Giants still have a chance to compete for the division. The Giants...
Antrel Rolle has been a very vocal person since he has arrived for the New York Giants. Rolle is a very real person, and he is not afraid to tell how he feels. Well when he was asked about the Richie Incognito situation concerning Jonathan Martin, he basically told people that he Martin is soft and he […]
Great news for the Giants and David Wilson. The Giants running back has been cleared to resume football activities after getting a neck injury checked out by doctors again.
>> RT @DanGrazianoESPN Giants announce David Wilson has not been cleared to resume football activities. Will be re-evaluated in a few weeks
— Ohm Youngmisuk (@NotoriousOHM) November 4, 2013...
New York Giants RB Andre Brown will return to the playing field this week, the first game that he’s eligible to play after going on injured reserve with the designation to return. Brown stated after missing two-plus months with a broken leg, the coaches have a plan for his workload.
The New York Giants have released a statement regarding the health of running back David Wilson and his injured neck.
The good news is that Wilson’s neck is getting better, but he’s not ready to get back on the field.
Running back David Wilson, who has been sidelined with a herniated disc in his neck since October 6, underwent an MRI today at the Hospital for Special Surgery...
The New York Giants tried out three defensive backs and one linebacker, according to a league source
The Giants tried out defensive backs Akwasi Owusu-Ansah (Indiana, Pa.), Mike Edwards (Hawaii) and Brandon Jones (Rutgers) and linebacker Jonathan Stewart (Texas A&M).
None were immediately signed to a contract.
Owusu-Ansah is a former Dallas Cowboys fourth-round draft pick...
For a couple of minutes Sunday afternoon, the bye week almost turned into a bonanza for the New York Giants.
Sitting in front of their televisions, everything was going right.
Dallas was losing to Minnesota 23-20 and had 90 yards to go to take the lead. Washington was up three against San Diego late, but the Chargers had the ball at the Redskins 1 with a first-and-goal.
A lot of people are thinking this, but not many are saying it publicly.
Antrel Rolle isn’t one to bite his tongue though.
Antrel Rolle on @WFAN regarding Dolphin bullyign: "I think the other guy is just as much to blame because he's allowed this to happen."
— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) November 5, 2013
More Rolle on Bully-gate … RT @ebenezersamuel "...
New York Giants running back David Wilson will have another MRI this week to be compared to the one taken just after the injury and the results of the comparision will determine if he plays this season, according to an ESPN report.Fantasy Spin:With Andre Brown scheduled back and Peyton Hillis and Brandon Jacobs on the roster, the Giants have weathered the injury storm winning their...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Giants RB David Wilson will undergo a second MRI on his neck to determine if and when he will be able to play again this season.
Wilson’s is of course hoping to see improvement in neck from the time of his first MRI to now.
The Giants will get Andre Brown back from a fractured leg next weekend, so they can be cautious with Wilson and not rush...
In July 2002, Jeremy Shockey, then a rookie tight end with the New York Giants, entered a locker room full of veterans as the hotshot first-round pick with a BCS title on his resume and flowing blond hair bouncing out of his helmet. From Michael Strahan to Kerry Collins to Tiki Barber, the room was loaded with established performers and household names.
On Shockey's first day...
Time might be running out for Coach Coughlin. While it may be too late for the Giants to salvage their season, it certainly isn't too late for our head coach to save his job.
Wether or not he even wants to return for the last season of his contract is another matter altogether. The Giants have a longstanding tradition of not allowing their head coach to limp into the...
While rookie hazing has long been a tradition in the NFL and pro sports, the Miami Dolphins Richie Incognito made waves in the media as allegations have come pouring out of the Miami Dolphins locker room of intense bullying of which Incognito has been the main culprit.
It didn't take long for Giants ex-running back Ottis Anderson to weigh in with his thoughts. Anderson...
Even though both Brandon Jacobs and Andre Brown will be healthy and ready to play this week, running back Peyton Hillis is expected to be the Giants primary back against the Raiders, according to the Newark Star-Ledger.
Hillis will be a big part of Sunday’s plan. He played well in his first two games with the Giants, the only two games they’ve won this season. He ran for 106...