Found November 09, 2012 on 60 Max Power O:
After missing practice on Wednesday due to swelling in his knee, New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks returned to the practice field on Thursday. He participated in a team walk-through and then ran routes in one-on-one drills, but his full level of participation will not be announced until later. The news on offensive lineman Chris Snee was not nearly as positive, as he missed practice for the second consecutive day due to an ankle injury suffered in the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Head coach Tom Coughlin said on Wednesday that the injury was sustained early on in the game, and that Snee played through it. Because of the lingering knee injury to Kenny Phillips and the uncertain status of Will Hill, who just returned from a four-game suspension, the Giants may have to shuffle their offensive line in the event Snee sits out on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. Ideally, the team would re-sign Mitch Petrus to fill the void, but because they are likely to need Hill this weekend, that would require them to make two roster moves as opposed to one. Instead, they would likely shift David Diehl to RG and start Sean Locklear at RT. In addition to Snee and Phillips, running back Ahmad Bradshaw, cornerback Michael Coe (unknown) and linebacker Jacquian Williams (knee) missed practice on Thursday. Center David Baas (ankle), running back Andre Brown (shoulder), tight end Bear Pascoe (ankle), linebacker Keith Rivers (calf), defensive tackle Chris Canty (groin) and linebacker Chase Blackburn (hamstring) all appeared to be working on at least a limited basis. Also… Be sure to like Giants 101 on Facebook, follow Giants 101 on Twitter & +1 Giants 101 on Google+ Check out the latest line of GMENShirts, including the new pink version which supports the fight against Breast Cancer Listen to Gameface with The Frattman every Sunday morning at 9 AM EST on 940 ESPN Radio Be sure to check out other great articles at Sports Media 101.
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
RELATED ARTICLES
PRESCRIPTION FOR TROUBLE

Hill: Some players need Adderall

Giants safety Will Hill, serving a four-game suspension for using Adderall to treat his ADHD, says that "there's going to be problems" if players who need it aren't allowed to use it.

BOYS WILL BE BOYS

Hakeem Nicks: 'Stats is for girls'

The Giants wide receiver has experienced a precipitous drop in his numbers the past few weeks and tried to explain it away by saying "stats is for girls."

Giants WR Hakeem Nicks, "Stats is for girls"

In the realm of sports, statistics usually only tell half the story and you can understand why some professional athletes would be irritated when their statistics are brought up to define them as players. New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks hasn't had a great season due to foot and ankle injuries which has caused him to only compile 27 receptions on the year. During...

Steelers Offensive Line Breakdown – New York Giants – Week 9

Below is the week 9 offensive line breakdown for the Pittsburgh Steelers win over the New York Giants For a team that rushed for 158 yards you would think that the run blocking would have been consistently good. Don't get me wrong, there were several plays were the blocking was excellent as a unit that produced some good runs, but a lot of credit in this game goes to Isaac...

Week 10 Matchup – New York Giants vs Cincinnati Bengals

One of the early Sunday games features the (6-3) New York Giants against the (3-5) Cincinnati Bengals. The Giants are coming off a home game where they had the game won (thanks to some questionable calls) until the Steelers imposed their will on them and found a way to come back. The Bengals were picked apart by Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. I fully expect that the Giants...

New York Giants at Cincinnati Bengals: Three Bold Predictions

The Cincinnati Bengals and New York Giants have both had difficulty closing out their opponents in recent weeks.New York let their seventh win of the season slip through their fingers in the New Meadowlands last week. The Giants took at 20-10 lead into the fourth quarter against the rising Steelers, only to watch Pittsburgh score 14 unanswered points en route to a 24-20 victory in...

Antrel Rolle tells A.J. Green to “duck”

On Wednesday, Bengals wide receiver A.J. green said there are plenty of holes in the Giants’ defense for him to take advantage of. Today, Giants safety Antrel Rolle took the time to respond to Green’s remarks. “I’ll talk with my pads come Sunday,” Rolle said, per the New York Daily News. “That’s how I approach the game. If he sees me, he better duck. That’s it. ...

Antrel Rolle to AJ Green: ‘better duck’

Nothing is better than some good old fashion trash talk. That is exactly what we have with New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle and Bengals wide receiver, AJ Green. Earlier in the week, AJ Green spoke with a local New … Continue reading →
Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.