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It seems like the New York Giants have gotten more healthy even though there are some new guys on the injury list.
The good news is that wide receiver Hakeem Nicks and offensive lineman David Diehl are practicing today. Defensive tackle Chris Canty (PUP/knee)is practicing for the first time this season.
The players below aren’t practicing.
Not practicing: DT Rocky Bernard, LB Michael Boley, RB Ahmad Bradshaw, S Kenny Phillips, CB Corey Webster, RB Da’Rel Scott. #NYG
— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) October 17, 2012
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New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw may have
suffered a setback to his surgically repaired feet as he was held out of
practice Wednesday. The Giants didn’t specify which foot is injured, but he’s
had surgeries on both over the last few years, reports Alex Raskin
After gaining over 300 yards
on the ground in his last two games, Giants running...
The New York Giants fans can be a rabid bunch. Obviously not everyone in New Jersey is down with Big Blue because as the team were on the far side of the country stomping out the San Francisco 49ers, a group of locals were busy breaking into player’s cars.
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New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin told the media today that running back Ahmad Bradshaw will be held out of practice today. He’s dealing with the same type of foot injury that’s he’s fought through over the past few seasons.Coughlin did say that Bradshaw will practice on Thursday.Running back Andre Brown has been cleared to resume contact. So at least the Giants will...
New York Giants players had to be feeling good after going to San Francisco and completely dominating the 49ers 26-3. But those good feeling dissipated for some Giants players when they arrived back home to find that they’re cars had been burglarized, and in one player’s instance, even stolen.
Several vehicles belonging to Giants football players were burglarized and one was...
New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul must feel pretty good about himself after he broke out of his funk and terrorized the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.
He must also feel good about his chances of putting some heat on the Washington Redskins Robert Griffin III after watching teams such as the Atlanta Falcons lay multiple licks on him.
Today he said that he has some advice...
Opposing defenses are not only having a tough time stopping Eli Manning this season, they are barely touching the New York Giants quarterback,
The two-time Super Bowl MVP has been sacked a league-low five times through the first six games of the season, and he's been hit only 11 times - total.
Even more impressive heading into Sunday's game against Washington (3-3) is this...
I'm not going to say that I didn't expect this fan fight from last Sunday's San Francisco 49ers/New York Giants game but considering the recent rivalry, something was bound to go down.
Check out this fan fight from the parking lot of Candlestick Park that gets out of hand rather quickly:
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They entered the NFL together in the 2006 draft class and quickly became starters for their respective teams as rookies.
Barry Cofield began laying the groundwork to establish himself as one of the NFL's top defensive tackles.
Kevin Boothe got cut by Oakland the following year.
As fate would have it, they would become teammates for four seasons with the New York Giants.
New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is ready to face Washington rookie phenom Robert Griffin III on Sunday. He even offfered some words of caution. "Don't bring it to my side," Pierre-Paul told the New York Daily News. "Go the other way." Pierre-Paul expects the Redskins' fleet quarterback to try to run at a Giants defense that he believes...
New York Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride admitted that he was “shocked” by Jim Harbaugh’s comments last week.“I have great respect for their front, and I have unbelievable respect for the guy (Smith), tremendous,” Gilbride told the New York Daily News. “But it (defensive holding) is something he does. He reaches out and grabs people. …“I thought it was...
The New York Giants secondary should know that Washington Redskins wide receiver Josh Morgan feels their pain.
Morgan can relate first-hand to the injuries that all four of New York's starters (cornerbacks Prince Amukamara and Corey Webster and safeties Antrel Rolle and Kenny Phillips) have battled through so far this season. Morgan told FOXSports.com that he himself is dealing...
Week 6 Records (overall records):
Brandon Hess: 10-4 (56-35)
Ryan Talbot: 9-5 (56-35)
Mike Bundt: 5-9 (49-42)
Mike Straw: 5-9 (40-35)
Robert Quinn: N/A (28-18)
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