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New York Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride made it clear on Friday why running back Andre Brown didn’t play much during last Sunday’s loss to the Eagles. He said they simply don’t trust Brown in pass protection.
“It’s all about gaining the trust and keep going out there every week and letting them know that I can pass protect and picking up all my blitzes,” Brown told The Newark Star-Ledger. “I just got to keep going out there and taking advantage of all the opportunities that I have and continuing to grow on that side of the game.”
Brown believes he’ll only get better.
“I’m progressing. I’m still going to go out there every week and work hard, and I know it,” Brown said. “I feel like if I continue to go out there each week and just continue to keep showing progress, I’ll be all right. Eventually, one day I’ll be out there and I’ll gain their trust.”
It looks like Brown will only get a few touches per game because of his inability to protect Eli Manning.
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According to Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, he and his fellow defensive linemen are not having as much fun this season as they used to.
There were some pretty classic moments between Osi Umenyiora and LeSean McCoy, including the wish of a Happy Mother's Day and the accusation of being a ballerina, but the feud between the New York Giants defensive end and Philadelphia Eagles running back came to an end on Sunday night following a 19-17 Iggles victory. "[Umenyiora] said, 'Let's be done with it.&...
Safety Tyler Sash has not been activated by the Giants for tomorrow's game against the Browns.
Sash, who is coming off a four-game suspension for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing substances, would have had to be added to the 53-man roster by 4 p.m. today to play tomorrow. But the Giants did not make any roster moves today, according to a team spokesman...
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Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora responded to Browns running back Trent Richardson and dared him to see what he could do against them.
Yesterday it was reported that New York Giants wide
receivers Hakeem Nicks and Ramses Barden were questionable for the team’s Week
5 matchup against the Cleveland Browns. While Barden is still questionable as
he deals with concussion symptoms, the Giants have ruled Nicks out for Sunday,
reports Greg Rosenthal of NFL.com.
Nicks continues to be slowed by a knee injury...
New York wideout Ramses Barden (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Browns.Fantasy Spin:The Giants showed in Week 4 that when Domenik Hixon is healthy, he's going to be ahead of Barden on the depth chart. Hakeem Nicks is still out, so start Victor Cruz, Hixon and Martellus Bennett in fantasy league this week. Rueben Randle likely won't see enough...
The New York Giants will be without wide receiver Ramses Barden, safety Kenny Phillips, wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, defensive tackle Rocky Bernard, and cornerback Jayron Hosley for Sunday’s game against the Browns.
David Diehl and Keith Rivers have been listed as doubtful.
Michael Boley, Antrel Rolle, Chris Snee and Corey Webster are questionable.
David Baas and Michael Coe are probable.
JPP has gone from all pro to all frowns in 2012. The sacks just aren’t coming like he expected after having an amazing 16 1/2 sack season en route to a Super Bowl in 2011.
“I’m not having that fun I’m used to,” Pierre-Paul said Thursday. “I’ve just got to go out there and run around like a little kid — just be happy that you’re out there and make plays. Have that...
The injury-riddled Giants vaunted depth will be tested, with wideout Ramses Barden (concussion), defensive tackle Rocky Bernard (quad), corner Jayron Hosley and safety Kenny Phillips (knee) all ruled out for tomorrows game against Cleveland at MetLife Stadium.
Its well-tested, said coach Tom Coughlin. As we always say, its a great opportunity for the next guy. Hes...
The New York Giants have declared OT David Diehl, WR Hakeem Nicks, CB Jayron Hosley, LB Keith Rivers, SS Kenny Phillips, WR Ramses Barden, DL Rocky Bernard inactive for Week 5. Source: KFFL.com Attached Thumbnails
Andre Brown has left the field in New York, heading to the locker room with an apparent head injury.
Entering Sunday's game with 198 yards rushing and three touchdowns, Brown has been a pleasant surprise for the Giants while the team deals with injuries to starting back Ahmad Bradshaw. His breakout game came in Week 3 against the Carolina Panthers, where Brown impressed on...
The New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles have no love lost for each other. It is what helps make it one of greatest rivalries in the National Football League. Because of that, it was easy for Giants DE Osi Umenyiora and Eagles RB LeSean McCoy to start a war of words off the field. But while Umenyiora did not take the bait from McCoy prior to last week’s 19-17 Philadelphia win...
New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks won't play in
Sunday's game against Cleveland because of recurring foot and knee