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David Baas has already written a cheat sheet for the New York Giants' offensive line for Sunday's showdown against the San Francisco 49ers – and it's comprehensive. While he wouldn't let anyone look at it or discuss it in detail after practice this week, Baas said there is enough on the handout to help the Giants and their inconsistent line against the Niners and their NFL-best run defense.
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(Eds: Stands as 1st Ld-Writethru on state lines to update with background and quotes.) By TOM CANAVAN AP Sports Writer David Baas has already written a cheat sheet for the New York Giants' offensive line for Sunday's showdown against the San Francisco 49ers - and it's comprehensive.
While he wouldn't let anyone look at it or discuss it in detail after practice Wednesday...
Our friend Michael Eisen from Giants.com tells us that David Baas is ready to resume his starting role at center after sitting home last week with an injured knee. Also, neither RB Ahmad Bradshaw nor WR Hakeem Nicks practiced Wednesday.
Speaking of nicknames, Frank Gore said something interesting about former 49ers teammate and current Giants center David Baas on Wednesday.
The Star-Ledger’s Giants beat writers (SNY insider Mike Garafolo and Mike Vorkunov) discuss Big Blue’s upcoming west coast road trip to face the 7-1 San Francisco 49ers as well as David Baas ‘No Shave November’ and pay homage to a former colleague making it big down in Philadelphia.
During the offseason, free agent center David Baas hung out with the 49ers during June's "Camp Alex" and got a chance to understand the new San Francisco 49ers playbook. Baas ended up signing with the New...
On Sunday, center David Baas, a 49er for six years, will try to move San Francisco’s 330-pound nose tackle, Isaac Sopoaga.
This summer, David Baas was a free agent, and new 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh wanted to keep him in San Francisco.“Heck, yeah. Told David that,” Harbaugh said yesterday. “[I was] especially thrilled to meet him, both of us graduates of the University of Michigan. I was looking forward to...
Wed, 9 Nov 2011 13:21:58 CST
Giants coach Tom Coughlin said he expects David Baas to play Sunday after the former 49ers center missed New York's 24-20 win over the Patriots last week with a knee injury.
After Baas signed with the Giants after the lockout, San Francisco signed Saints center Jonathan Goodwin to replace him.
The Giants are still buzzing from their win over New England, but suddenly a new reality id facing them: they have to travel cross-country this week to play the 7-1 San Francisco 49ers. The Niners are a team that can force the Giants play into their hands. The run the ball well and keep it out of the hands of Eli Manning. They also stop the run with the best of them, forcing the...
The Giants hit the field today in preparation for their trip to San Francisco to play the 7-1 49ers this Sunday.
RB Ahmad Bradshaw (Foot), WR Hakeem Nicks (Hamstring), WR Jerrel Jernigan (Hip) did not practice today.
Nicks ran on the side and hopes to participate in at least individual drills on Thursday.
CB Prince Amukamara (Foot), T Stacy Andrews (Back), C David Baas (Knee), DE...