Found November 05, 2011 on
Ahmad Bradshaw, David Baas and Hakeem Nicks are all ruled out for the game with the Patriots. None of them will make the trip up to New England. Jason Pierre-Paul is a gametime decision. Prince Amukamara made the trip. Sunday morning I am en route to Texas and will miss Phil Simms on WFAN. He usually comes on at 945AM, so if you link up to their site at ~943AM you rate to hear his comments before today's games. Simms was on Showtime and talked up the Giants-Pats earlier this week. Remember that Simms saw the Giants 2 games ago vs the Bills and he saw the Patriots just a week ago vs the Steelers. So his observations for this game are more meaningful... Simms: "I'll tell you this, I think Eli Manning is throwing the football as well as any QB in the league. I'll put him right up there with Phillip Rivers right now. When it comes out of their hand, it is a perfect spiral and it is right on target. I like a lot of things about the Giants, but I'm just not
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Tests show Bradshaw's right foot has stress fracture
The New York Giants will be without their leading rusher, receiver and their starting center Sunday against the New England Patriots.
Running back Ahmad Bradshaw, receiver Hakeem Nicks and center David Baas did not make the trip to New England and will not play in the game.
Bradshaw has a broken bone in his right foot, Nicks has a hamstring injury, and Baas hurt his right knee...
The Giants won on Sunday without Hakeem Nicks, Ahmad Bradshaw and David Baas. They'd like to not have to try that again. The three offensive starters will be evaluated Tuesday for a better idea of what their availability might be Sunday against the 49ers.
Ahmad Bradshaw has a broken foot. You’d think he’d be out for the season, right? Not so fast. The New York Giants think he’ll play again in 2011. In fact, the Giants haven’t counted him out for Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots.
Bradshaw got hurt last week against the Miami Dolphins. He left the game for a while but later returned to action. Obviously, Bradshaw...
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw does not need surgery to repair a broken bone in his right foot.
The only good news for the Giants’ rushing attack this season has been that it probably couldn’t get much worse. Then on Thursday they learned that wasn’t true. Without Ahmad Bradshaw, it could get significantly worse in the coming weeks.
The New York Giants will be without their leading rusher, receiver and their starting center Sunday against the New England Patriots. Running back Ahmad Bradshaw, receiver Hakeem Nicks and center David Baas did not make the trip to New England and will not play in the game. Bradshaw has a broken bone in his right foot, Nicks has a hamstring injury, and Baas hurt his right knee, all...
It looks quite certain Hakeem Nicks, the Giants’ leading receiver, won’t be available to play against the Patriots and their 32nd-ranked pass defense tomorrow. Nicks is listed as doubtful with a hamstring injury and hasn’t practiced all week.
Though coach Tom Coughlin was coy with his answers yesterday...
The Patriots are favored by 9 1/2 points against the visiting Giants on Sunday, despite a poor game against the Steelers last week. The over-under is set at 52 points. The Giants enter the game on a two-game winning streak and have the 11th-ranked offense. New York will be out with two of its biggest playmakers. Ahmad Bradshaw and Hakeem Nicks are inactive. All eyes will be on the...