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The Blue Screen:
No more hypotheticals. And not much to worry about, either. The Giants held their first practice of the Super Bowl XLVI leadup week at their training facility on Thursday, and a handful of players sat out the session. CB Corey Webster (hamstring), RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot), RB D.J. Ware, WR ...
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Maybe one day, Ahmad Bradshaw will regret what he did, playing through the types of injuries that would have hobbled an average person and indefinitely sidelined any other NFL running back with a weaker will. But Bradshaw’s football career, for as long as he can remember, has been carried...
Giants cornerback Corey Webster, much like wideout Mario Manningham, didn't play the mutual respect card when talking to reporters Friday, as he assessed where he ranks among the NFL's top DBs and discussed Wes Welker.
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With just over two minutes left in a stalemate, Ahmad Bradshaw appeared to fumble the ball. This play could have given the 49ers a chance to lock up the game with time winding down. Instead, the officials declared forward progress, an un-reviewable call, and the Giants kept the ball.
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Ahmad Bradshaw and Hakeem Nicks were in street clothes when the Giants beat the Patriots , 24-20, in Week 9 at Gillette Stadium.
The Giants got back to work on the field Thursday, but seven members of the team weren’t able to practice. Hakeem Nicks, Corey Webster, Ahmad Bradshaw and David Baas were the biggest names on the list. Nicks sat out with the shoulder injury that caused him to miss some time in the NFC Championship Game…
There's still a long way to go before any of this matters, but three of the injured Giants returned to the practice field today: C David Baas (abdomen/neck), LB Chase Blackburn (calf) and RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot). That left four players still out of practice -- CB Will Blackmon (knee), WR ...
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw made his weekly return to the practice field Friday, but wideout Hakeem Nicks was held out with a nagging shoulder injury.
The Giants conducted their first practice in preparation for next Sunday’s Super Bowl showdown with New England.
It was no surprise that RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot) sat out as well as WR Hakeem Nicks (shoulder). The guess is both will be taking it easier than normal with no game this week.
S Tyler Sash (concussion) was cleared to practice and DE Osi Umenyiora (ankle, knee) was limited...
The Giants and the Patriots both took today off, but the league publishes a preliminary practice report…all injuries are real, but all statuses are projected…
DNP (Did Not Practice): RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot), WR Hakeem Nicks (shoulder), S Tyler Sash (concussion)
Limited: DE Osi Umenyiora (ankle, knee)
DNP: TE Rob Gronkowski (ankle)
Limited: WR Deion Branch (knee...
Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, cornerback Corey Webster and linebacker Jacquian Williams missed their second straight day of practice Friday as the New York Giants kept preparing for the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, cornerback Corey Webster and linebacker Jacquian Williams missed their second straight day of practice as the New York Giants kept preparing for the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots.
Darrelle Revis rightly garners much of the ink and the accolades at his position in New York, but according to several Giants, Corey Webster also should be listed among the top cover cornerbacks in the NFL.