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Two defensive starters left Sundays 29-24 win against the Cowboys with injuries: Middle linebacker Chase Blackburn suffered a left hamstring injury, and safety Antrel Rolle was being evaluated for a concussion.
Blackburn was hurt in the third quarter after assisting in a tackle of Dallas running back Felix Jones. He went to the sidelines, where senior vice president of medical services Ronnie Brown wrapped Blackburns left thigh on the sidelines.
Rolle was hurt after coming over to defend a sideline pass to Dez Bryant late in the fourth quarter. Coach Tom Coughlin said Rolle hit his head hard on the ground. Source: Newark Star Ledger Attached Thumbnails
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The New York Giants lost linebacker Chase Blackburn and
tight end Bear Pascoe to injury during yesterday’s victory over the Dallas
Cowboys, reports Randy Jennings of ESPNNewYork.com.
Blackburn injured his hamstring and limped off the field
during the Cowboys’ second touchdown drive of the second half. He recorded five
tackles during the game, giving him 47 on the season...
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The New York Giants already knew they were going to be without linebacker Jacquian Williams, but were hoping that safety Kenny Phillips and defensive tackle Rocky Bernard would be able to return on Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys. Unfortunately, that wasn't the case as the two -originally listed as doubtful- did not travel with the team to Arlington, and have been downgraded...
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Since the last running back “bad guy” focus left in March with former New York Giants RB starter Brandon Jacobs, Ahmad Bradshaw has assumed that role. Slowly...
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw remains listed
as questionable for today’s game against the Dallas Cowboys, but he has said he’s
going to suit up for the pivotal division matchup, reports Jenny Vrentas of The
RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot) is
questionable but said he'll play.
Two starters didn’t make the trip to Dallas with the team,
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw was active for Sunday's game at Dallas, the second week in a row he has played despite barely practicing because of a lingering foot injury.
The Giants were without linebacker Jacquian Williams (knee), safety Kenny Phillips (knee) and defensive tackle Rocky Bernard (quadriceps).
Dallas played its first game without linebacker and...
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The wide receiver is hoping for a new deal by the end of this season and told ESPN's Josina Anderson that negotiations are progressing.
"I was excited to hear this weekend that contract talks are moving in the right direction," Cruz told Anderson...
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Osi Umenyiora and the New York Giants were feeling awful, believing they had just suffered a monumental collapse.
Upon further review, a replay overturned a Dallas Cowboys touchdown with 10 seconds left and the Giants held on for a 29-24 victory Sunday after blowing a 23-point lead, taking a firm hold on the NFC East lead.
''After going up 23-0 and having them come back...
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Video: Jerry Jones gets fired up
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Back when the Dallas Cowboys opened training camp in Oxnard, Calif., in July, Jones boasted to the fans “I want you to come to [Cowboys Stadium] and watch us beat the New York Giants’ ass, OK?”
The Cowboys stunned NFL fans by beating the Giants on the road to...
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