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According to the New York Giants website, the team finalized their practice squad and signed seven players.
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According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, the Giants brought in free agent running backs Beanie Wells and Jonathan Dwyer for a visit on Tuesday, And yes, as @art_stapleton Tweeted earlier, Beanie Wells and Jonathan Dwyer visited the Giants today, too. — Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) September 3, 2013 Now that Andre Brown has been placed on injured reserve...
It’s been a long time coming.
The New York Giants trimmed their roster to 53 on Saturday and among those cut from the roster was wide receiver, Ramses Barden. Barden was entering his fifth year with the New York Giants before he was cut on Saturday.
Barden responded to being cut by tweeting the following:
Barden was drafted in the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft by the New...
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Even though Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul was back at practice today, it doesn’t sound he’ll be ready to go for Sunday night’s opener against the Cowboys. Giants head coach Tom Coughlin is concerned with his conditioning since he’s been recovering from back surgery.
Coughlin still has some concerns about JPP's conditioning. Sounds like Cruz is much more likely...
According to Dan Graziano of ESPN.com, the New York Giants have placed running back Andre Brown on injured reserve with a designation to return.
Andre Brown indicates Giants placed him on short-term IR/designated for return. RT @drebrown35: See y'all week 8
— Dan Graziano (@DanGrazianoESPN) September 3, 2013
As I understand it, if on short term IR, first game for which Andre...
Wide receiver Victor Cruz seemingly is a go for the New York Giants' season opener at Dallas.
Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul was more of a question mark Monday as the Giants started preparations for Sunday night's game with both practicing
For Cruz, it was his first workout with the team since bruising his left heel in a preseason game against the Colts on Aug. 18. He...
We reported earlier the Giants brought in both Jonathan Dwyer and Beanie Wells for a visit.
It also looks like they had Leon Washington come in as well, according to Howard Balzer.
The Giants could use another running back and kick returner.
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The New York Giants welcomed a pair of regulars back to
practice yesterday, as wide receiver Victor Cruz and defensive end Jason
Pierre-Paul were both on hand for the team’s first practice of the regular
season, according to Ebenezer Samuel of The New York Daily News.
Cruz had been sidelined over the final two weeks of the
preseason while dealing with a bruised left heel. Despite...
Victor Cruz has been out of New York Giants practice for a couple weeks because of a bruised left heel but was there any doubt that he’d be on the field once camp was over? We’ve now officially entered Week One of the NFL season and Cruz was right back on the practice field and participating fully. There’s no doubt that the Dallas Cowboys are going to have to deal with him...
The Dallas Cowboys improved their special teams on Sunday adding linebacker Kyle Bosworth.
Bosworth, 26, had been placed on waivers by the New York Giants.
The nephew of former NFL player Brian Bosworth, Kyle will try to avoid being run over on NFL films footage.
Hearing that the Cowboys put in a claim for LB Kyle Bosworth from NYG and were awarded him. He is a 3 year vet from UCLA...
I have lived in New England for almost my entire life as my parents moved my family from Northern New Jersey to the suburbs of Boston, Massachusetts when I was three years old. I no longer live in the "Bay State", but I still live in New England which would explain why when I talk to people about what football team that I root for, I get that quizzical look after giving...