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I remember being ecstatic when the Giants selected Cal Poly
wide receiver Ramses Barden in the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft.
I’ll be honest, I had never heard of Barden, but when I saw
he was listed at six-feet, six inches tall, I knew the Giants had found a
diamond in the rough.
Did the Giants have the next Plaxico Burress on their hands
(only without the part about shooting himself in the leg)?
It’s very rare that a rookie wide receiver immediately picks
up the system and starts right away. So there wasn’t much concern when he only
appeared in three game his first year.
But then an ankle injury sidelined him for the second half
of 2010. By the time he was healthy enough to return the following season,
Victor Cruz had emerged as the team’s third receiver.
Barden came in here with a ton of potential, but the
26-year-old has been basically a non-factor. He caught nine passes last season
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New York Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara was carted off the field in the first quarter of a preseason game against the Chicago Bears on Friday night after hurting his right leg making a tackle against receiver Brandon Marshall.
The Giants said Amukamara, who had trouble putting weight on his leg, had an X-ray of his lower leg that was negative.
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New York Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara sustained a high ankle sprain in the first quarter of Friday's exhibition game against the visiting Chicago Bears. Amukamara could miss several weeks, according to ESPN.com. The injury occurred while Amukamara was defending Bears wide receiver Devin Hester on an end-around play with less than five minutes left in the first quarter...
According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, x-rays came back negative on the lower leg of Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara.
X-Rays on CB Prince Amukamara were negative, according to the Giants. They list his return as “questionable”. #NYG
— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) August 25, 2012
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New York Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara was carted off the field during tonight’s preseason game against the Bears after tackling Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall by the legs.
Prince Amukamara is shaken up here. Looks like his right ankle. Probably when he planted there. Getting carted off. #nyg
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) August 25, 2012
Amukamara seemed fine...
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